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Renting an Apartment in Yamanashi Prefecture

If you have lived in any part of Japan, you would know that it is ranked on top in the category of the highest daily cost of living. With escalating costs of living, it is common to take some time in finding suitable rental accommodation when moving to Yamanashi prefecture.

Located near convenient train stations and with several bus access points, Yamanashi can be easy to travel in and out of. Having accessible transportation will be a decision-making point. There is also a range of property room types available from 1K to 2LDK, with apartments in Chuo, Otsuki, Kai, and Fujiyoshida. However, an apartment of the right size and layout and at an optimum distance from all amenities such as malls and train stations can cost you more than required. As a measure of prudence, it’s always helpful to have expert advice and opinions when moving around in Japan.

With Village House, we simplify the process for you. Not only will we help you find an affordable property at a good location, but there is also no need to pay key money when renting our cheap apartments in Yamanashi prefecture.

Why You Should Choose Village House For Renting Apartments

No Agent Fees: One of the most important reasons is that Village House owns all its rental apartments in Yamanashi. It helps you do away with brokers and real estate agents and entirely does away with many expenditures such as agent commissions and other fees.

Affordable Housing: Village House has thousands of rental units in almost all destinations in Japan. The rent starts as low as twenty thousand yen for a month, which is very affordable even in Yamanashi.

Easy Moving Process: The best way to help expats gel into the country’s culture is to empower them with low-cost apartments to live in. Towards this end, Village House homes help eliminate all barriers in moving, especially by getting rid of key money and deposits.

Zero Fees: No deposit is typically required at Village House and helps you to procure a cheap rental home in Yamanashi. Moreover, there will be no renewal or handling fees either.

Customer Satisfaction: People who have moved into Village House’s properties are very happy with what they are getting. They strongly recommend the community to other expats in Japan.

To learn more about available facilities and amenities around your selected rental apartments, please feel free to get in touch with us. We look forward to serving you!

Find Village House Apartments in Yamanashi Prefecture:

Kai Apartments

Minamiarupusu Apartments

Fujiyoshida Apartments

Chuo Apartments

Otsuki Apartments

Fujikawa Apartments

Apartments in Otsuki, Kai, and Chuo, for instance, can provide ample apartment choices should you intend to stay for a few years. They are just as convenient for families and professionals who are moving for work.

Kai Apartments

Minamiarupusu Apartments

Fujiyoshida Apartments

Chuo Apartments

Otsuki Apartments

Fujikawa Apartments

Apartments in Otsuki, Kai, and Chuo, for instance, can provide ample apartment choices should you intend to stay for a few years. They are just as convenient for families and professionals who are moving for work.

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

FAQ about Living in Yamanashi

1. Why are food and other groceries costly in Yamanashi?

This is mainly due to small farm sizes, lack of food imports, and the high standard of food quality required by Japanese consumers.

2. Is dining out a costly proposition in Yamanashi Prefecture?

A person can expect to spend ¥3,000 for a luxury meal in Yamanashi. That is almost equivalent to USD 30. But foreign residents on a shoestring budget may choose to eat at ramen shops or other family restaurants where they can expect to spend within their budget. Like many prefectures, there are ample options for mid-tier restaurants that are suitable for everyday meals.

3. What are the documents required to get a rental apartment in Yamanashi?

When choosing a rental accommodation in Yamanashi with Village House, we require the following documents in order to complete an application:

  • 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.) (*Please note that in some cases, a copy of your bankbook may be required. 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.

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

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