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Rentable Apartments in Ibaraki

Did you know that as of March 2011, Ibaraki produces a quarter of Japan’s bell pepper and Chinese cabbages?

This agricultural prefecture in Japan is best known for producing food crops throughout the country like natto (a staple in Japanese cuisine), watermelons, and chestnuts. Agriculture aside, the prefecture’s leading industries include energy production – particular nuclear energy – alongside chemical and precision machining.

Additionally, Ibaraki prefecture is also home to various multinational corporations from Nestlé to Mercedes-Benz.

As one would expect, the business climate is thriving with opportunities in this prefecture.

If you are thinking of moving to Ibaraki and are on the search for lodging, look no further than Village House for the apartments.

Rent Apartments with No Key Money

Whether you want to start a life in Hitachi, Tsukuba, Kita-Ibaraki, Kogo, Joso-shi, or other cities in Ibaraki, Village House is excited to help you get started.

Our website offers an extensive listing of apartments across the country. Best of all, we are proud to give you low upfront costs because deposit, renewal fees, handling fees, and key money are all ¥0. This way, you can enjoy affordable rental rates and cosy apartments in the city of your choice.

Village House offers a wide range of apartments across Japan like Village House Ooho in Tsukuba, Village House Takahagi in Takahagi city, and more. Simply use the filters to find an apartment which meets your needs.

Find a 2K apartment for you and your spouse in Village House Migawa or a 1LDK apartment in Village House Iwama, for a cosy yet homely living space.

Your apartment awaits in Ibaraki. Let’s find you your dream apartment today!

Find Village House Properties in Ibaraki Prefecture

Mito Apartments

Tsukuba Apartments

Hitachi Apartments

Hitachinaka Apartments

Koga Apartments

Tsuchiura Apartments

Toride Apartments

Chikusei Apartments

Ryugasaki Apartments

Kasama Apartments

Ishioka Apartments

Kashima Apartments

Joso Apartments

Yuki Apartments

Omitama Apartments

Kitaibaraki Apartments

Shimotsuma Apartments

Hitachiomiya Apartments

Takahagi Apartments

You could consider renting an apartment in any of these cities and towns.

If you are moving to Ibaraki for work, feel free to use our map feature to search for apartments by map to find an apartment which is convenient and has the necessary amenities.

Each town and city has its own unique highlights. Make sure you do your research before settling on an apartment.

Mito Apartments

Tsukuba Apartments

Hitachi Apartments

Hitachinaka Apartments

Koga Apartments

Tsuchiura Apartments

Toride Apartments

Chikusei Apartments

Ryugasaki Apartments

Kasama Apartments

Ishioka Apartments

Kashima Apartments

Joso Apartments

Yuki Apartments

Omitama Apartments

Kitaibaraki Apartments

Shimotsuma Apartments

Hitachiomiya Apartments

Takahagi Apartments

You could consider renting an apartment in any of these cities and towns.

If you are moving to Ibaraki for work, feel free to use our map feature to search for apartments by map to find an apartment which is convenient and has the necessary amenities.

Each town and city has its own unique highlights. Make sure you do your research before settling on an apartment.

FAQ about Moving to Ibaraki

1. I am a foreigner, can I live in Ibaraki prefecture?

Foreigners are welcome to live in Japan and rent a Village House apartment with no deposit money, no key money, or other hidden fees.

On the other hand, you would be required to go through a credit check and handle other administrative procedures regardless of whether you are a foreigner or Japanese national.

Browse our website to find a foreigner-friendly apartment in Ibaraki.

2. What is it like living in Ibaraki prefecture?

Unlike the bustling and packed Tokyo city, you might find that Ibaraki is relatively less busy. Nevertheless, the prefecture is still overflowing with tons of opportunities in energy, agriculture, and various other industries.

Not to mention 15% of the total land area in Ibaraki prefecture is designated as natural parks. Hike through these parks to blow off some steam after a long day of working in the city and take in nature’s beauty if you decide to rent an apartment near one of these natural parks.

3. What type of apartment should I rent?

Ultimately, it depends on the purpose of your stay. Are you here to pursue a degree in Ibaraki, or are you here to start a life with a family?

If you plan to stay alone, a studio apartment or 1-room flat should suffice if you are someone who enjoys the quiet.

On the other hand, if you are planning to start a family here, do opt for larger apartments like 2LDK or 3DK. You could also look out for 2K apartments like Village House Kojou and Village House Souwa or a 2DK like Village House Ishige. If you have a bigger family and want a more spacious apartment, choose a 3DK apartment like Village House Nakane.

Also, take note of amenities like supermarkets and schools near your rented home in Ibaraki.

Finally, consider your long-term goals. It's important to find an accommodation that meets all of your needs. If you plan on staying for more than 3 years in Ibaraki, be sure this is the place you want to call home!

Feel free to consult us should you require any assistance regarding Village House properties.

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