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Apartment for Rent in Fukuoka-shi

Fukuoka is the capital of the Fukuoka prefecture and is known for its natural beauty, rich history and culture as well as its glitzy shopping malls. In 1889, Fukuoka was born after the port city of Hakata and the former castle town of Fukuoka were merged to form the city we know today. Some highlights of this city include Ohori Park, Shofukuji Temple, and Momochi Seaside Park. Fukuoka is also surrounded by other cities with much to offer. A short trip to Karatsu, 50km from Fukuoka, rewards you with the ruins of the castle Toyotomi Hideyoshi.

If you’re considering moving to Fukuoka to pursue career opportunities, it will be comforting to know that this city is foreigner-friendly, allowing you to quickly adjust to living here. The search for a budget-friendly, comfortable apartment might be difficult but with Village House’s range, you needn’t worry.

Our low-cost apartments for rent in Fukuoka-shi start from around ¥32,000. Our team will assist you in finding the perfect apartment for you that meets all your needs. Some perks of renting with us are that we don’t require you to submit a deposit in order to secure an apartment*.

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Find the Right Apartment for You in Fukuoka

When starting your apartment search, start by considering the following: your budget, the proximity to your workplace and the type of apartment you need. Will you be living independently and so require a studio apartment? Or will you be staying with your partner and child and so need more space? Start by listing down your requirements to make your search efficient.

Village House Kamiwajiro offers 2DK apartments with a floor area of 38.5m² – perfect for couples or small families. Village House Imajuku’s 2LDK apartments gets you a more spacious flat with two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and dining areas and a floor area of 54.0m².

If you are an ALT or English teacher, considering how close your flat is to the school you wish to teach at and picking one that’s within walking distance to the school can mean lots of time saved traveling. Village House Meinohama is a convenient 10-minute walk from Uchihama Elementary School and a 5-minute walk away from Uchihama Junior High School – this would make going to work every day a breeze for you. Ensuring you have ready access to the public transport system is also something else to look out for. The Yoshizuka Station (Fukuhoku-Yutaka Line (JR Sasguri Line); JR Kagoshima Main Line (Shimoneseki/Mojiko - Hakata) are just a 4-minute walk away if you choose to live in Village House Yoshizuka.

Browse our full range of Fukuoka-shi rental apartments or consult us to find out more.

FAQs About Living in Fukuoka

1. Is it expensive to live in Fukuoka?

Compared to larger cities like Tokyo, Fukuoka is an affordable city to live in. The average living cost in Tokyo could be as much as ¥220,000, while that of Fukuoka’s is significantly lower at ¥166,000. Additionally, with Village House’s cheap accommodation, rent is affordable when living in Fukuoka. Other living costs such as transport, and food are also cheaper in Fukuoka than in Tokyo, allowing one to save and use the savings to travel to other parts of Japan.

2. What are some highlights of Fukuoka?

For those who love the tranquility of shrines, the well-known Dazaifu Tenman-gu shrine in Dazaifu, Fukuoka Prefecture, is a must-see. It’s built over the grave of Sugawara no Michizane and is one of the main shrines dedicated to Tenjin. If you like museums, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum showcases a wide selection of Asian contemporary art.

For those who like to engage in something a little more active, you might prefer renting a bike, signing up for a bike tour and riding through the city. It’s a great way to visit Momochi Seaside Park or see the 234m tall Fukuoka Tower.

3. How do I apply to rent an apartment in Fukuoka-shi with Village House?

In order to apply to rent an apartment in Fukuoka, ensure you have the following documents ready:

  • Application Forms
  • ID Card with Photo
  • Copy of Income Certificate (Most recent payslip, salary statement, pension receipt, etc)
  • Copy of the Bank Book (The bank book of the account you receive your salary and the account you would like to use for the rent payment)
  • Insurance Documents

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

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