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Hirakata Apartments for Rent

Hirakata, located in Osaka Prefecture, is about halfway between the cities of Osaka and Kyoto. This city lies along the Yodo River and is significant within the Osaka-Kobe metropolitan area. During the Edo period, Hirakata became a prominent post station and river port, connecting Osaka and Kyoto. Later, with the opening of a railway in 1910, the city’s status was further cemented, becoming the vibrant city center and residential suburb we know today.

If you’re thinking about relocating to the city of Hirakata, consider Village House. We offer a range of cozy, cheap apartments that are located conveniently next to schools, the public transport system, and public amenities. Moving to a new city can be a hassle and can mean having to make lots of arrangements. That’s why Village House aims to make your move to Hirakata as easy as possible. Along with affordable rentals for apartments, we also don’t require security deposits to rent, key money, or renewal fees*. Start the search for your ideal apartment in Hirakata now.

Choose Village House for Cheap Apartments in Hirakata

Village House offers a fantastic range of 1DK, 2K, 2DK, and 3DK apartments in Hirakata-shi, Osaka, designed for those looking to live independently, with family or with friends. Our various apartments cater to different needs and preferences, so you will be sure to find something suitable that would fit what you’re looking for.

When starting your apartment search, it’s important to consider several key things. First, take note of the proximity of the apartment to your workplace. If you’re an ALT or English teacher, having your apartment within walking distance of schools would mean time and money saved traveling. Village House Shodai is an excellent choice with Shoudai Junior High School a 3-minute walk away, Shoudai Elementary School a 5-minute walk away, and Shoudai Nursery a 7-minute walk away. What’s more? The Keihan Bus Shoudai Stop is right next to the apartment – making it hassle-free to travel into the city.

Next, consider how much space and the number of rooms you require. Are you living on your own or with a family or a group of friends? If you’re staying on your own, opt for Village House Shodai’s cozy 2K apartments. These apartments have a floor area of 33.09m² and come with two bedrooms.

If you’re looking for additional space, consider Village House Kasuga 1’s 3DK apartments that have three bedrooms and come equipped with kitchen and dining facilities, and have a floor area of 57.96m². These are the perfect Tsuda Station apartments for families with young children or a group of two to three friends. An added benefit is the apartment’s convenience: it’s close to the public transport system, with Tsuda Station - Gakkentoshi Line (JR Katamachi Line) just a 7-minute walk away.

Browse our full range of apartments for rent in Hirakata-shi now.

FAQs About Living in Hirakata

1. What are some key attractions in Hirakata?

There are lots to do in the city of Hirakata. The main attraction of the city is its amusement park, Hirakata Park. Built in 1912, it’s Japan’s oldest amusement park. This quaint amusement park is perched on a hill and hosts 43 attractions and is perfect for young children. It’s located on the Keihan line and is just a 3-minute walk from Keihan Hirakata-koen Station. If you’re looking to skip the infamously long wait times at Disneyland or Universal Studios, consider Hirakata Park, especially if you have kids!

If you’re a nature lover, consider Yamadaikae Park, a beautiful park with a tranquil lake. Take an evening stroll or go for a morning jog here. The Hirakata-Shuku Kagiya Museum offers history lovers a glimpse of the history of pottery, water transport, and accommodation in the city.

2. How can I get the key once the contract has been signed?

In order to collect the keys to your apartment, you would need to complete your rent application, which includes:

  • Completed application forms - we will provide these to you.
  • A clear copy of the front and back of the Japanese Residence Cards (Zairyu Card) for all non-Japanese nationals who will move into the apartment
  • A copy of the applicant's Income Certificate (e.g. the most recent Salary Statement, Pay Slip, Pension Receipt, Welfare Receipt, etc.) For those who have recently changed jobs or have accepted a new job offer, please provide an employment contract or a job placement notice that includes your estimated salary.
  • A copy of your bank passbooks of both the account you will register for direct debit with and the account where you receive your salary, that shows your latest transaction and your name on it.

After finalizing the lease contract, registering your bank account and completing the payment of initial fees, your apartment manager will then hand over the keys to you.

3. What type of add-on options does Village House provide?

Village house provides several add-on options to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. These include:

  • Air Conditioner
  • Water Heater (Kitchen)
  • Gas Stove
  • Vanity Sink
  • Washlet Toilet

Each add-on comes with a small fee.

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

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