Located in the east-central region of the mountainous Nagano prefecture, Saku-shi rests in the Saku Basin of the upper Shinano River, notably the longest and widest river in the country. The horizons are occasionally greeted by charming sunsets amid the hot and humid summers and relatively mild winters that Saku-shi is known for, making it one of the many suitable Japanese cities to move to, especially for those who are not a fan of extreme weather.
The increased accessibility made possible by the opening of Sakudaira Station on the high-speed Hokuriku Shinkansen also means that many can commute to Tokyo more conveniently.
With a reasonable population density that offers enough peace and warmth away from the hustle of larger cities, Saku-shi is a prime location for anyone looking to work in Tokyo or other major hubs nearby, but prefers somewhere quiet to call their home.
With Village House, we make this possible with our suite of apartments for rent across a wide range of options, including 2K, 2DK, 3DK and 2LDK. Plus, our apartments are situated close to various public amenities such as hospitals, banks and schools, so traveling to work, dropping your children off for classes or simply accessing public services is much easier than you think. This is further complemented by transportation nodes which make traveling to and fro, and around the city a breeze.
We also make moving to Saku-shi hassle-free when you choose our rental apartments – there’s no need for any deposit*, key money, renewal fees or handling fee, ensuring affordability at its best.