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Apartments for Rent in Nara Prefecture, Japan

Located in the Kansai region of Japan, Nara prefecture is home to a population of 1.4 million people and many cultural heritage sites like Buddhist temples and a Shinto shrine. Deers are a common sight on the streets of Nara city, which borders Kyoto and was the capital of Japan during the Nara period. It is worth mentioning that historically, Nara was a thriving commercial and industrial town. Today, the Japanese government actively attracts businesses to set up shop in the prefecture, giving rise to more business and career opportunities.

Affordable Living in Nara Prefecture

Thinking of getting cheap accommodation in Nara? Look no further than Village House. With a wide variety of affordable rental apartments available, we have all of your relocation needs covered. Enjoy low upfront costs when you rent an apartment with us in Nara – we are pleased to inform you that there will be no deposit, renewal fees, key money, or handling fees required.

Whether you are looking for a rental studio apartment for yourself or a 3-bedroom apartment for your family, we have cheap accommodation in Nara that will fulfill your specific needs. Starting at ¥26,000 for a 2K apartment, Village House Soone is a great Yamatotakada apartment choice. It is located a mere 5 minutes away from Ukinishi Elementary School and 7 minutes from Katashio Junior High School, which can be really convenient if you are an ALT or English teacher.

Village House Ooyodo is also an attractive option if you are looking for an Oyodo apartment that is close to the public transportation system and public services.

For more information about in-apartment facilities and amenities, please reach out to our team. We look forward to serving you!

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*Depending on the credit check results and contract details, a deposit may be required.

FAQ About Living in Nara

1. What is Nara known for?

Nara is famous for its unique sights and sounds. If you live in Nara, you will be close to ancient palaces, Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, many of which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This includes Tōdai-ji, Kasuga Shrine, Heijo Palace remains, Hōryū-ji, and Yoshimizu Shrine, just to name a few. In fact, Nara has more UNESCO World Heritage Listings than any other prefecture in Japan.

Nara is also known for its abundance of wild deer that roam freely throughout the region. Most of the roaming deer originate from Nara Park, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nara. Apart from being able to interact freely with the deers, you can also explore many World Heritage sites within the park, such as the Kasuga-Taisha Shrine and Kofukuji Temple.

If you are interested in Japanese culture, artefacts and nature, Nara will be a great place to live in. Its proximity to Osaka and Kyoto also means that it will be easy to travel to these neighbouring cities, whether it’s for work or leisure.

2. How do I get around Nara?

Most of Nara’s regions can be accessed by train. Rail service in Nara is operated by the Kintetsu Railway and West Japan Railway (JR West). More rural areas can be accessed by an extensive bus network operated by Nara Kotsu. To pay for your rides on trains and buses in Nara, you can use IC cards, which are rechargeable cards that can be used to pay public transportation fares and make payment at selected vending machines, shops, and restaurants.

Renting a cheap apartment near a train station makes it a lot more convenient to travel around Nara. If you would like to live in a rental apartment near the train station, you can consider Village House Mise in Kashihara-shi, which is a 3-minute walk from the Okadera Station on the Kintetsu Yoshino Line.

For more information on available transportation around our Village House apartments, please click “See this Property”.

3. I am a foreign resident. Can I rent an apartment in Nara?

Yes, foreign residents can rent an apartment anywhere in Nara. Here at Village House, we offer an extensive range of foreigner-friendly and cheap apartments in Nara and other regions across Japan. Rental costs can vary depending on the size of the apartment – for foreigners living alone, 1-bedroom apartments are a popular option. However, if you would like a more spacious and family-friendly apartment, 3DK (3-room with dining and kitchen areas) or 2LDK (2-room with living, dining and kitchen areas) may be more suitable options.

Kindly note that a credit check will be performed for all foreign residents and Japanese citizens prior to renting an apartment in Japan. Do not hesitate to contact us if you require any assistance.

*Dependent on the credit check results and contract details, a deposit may be required.

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