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Sasebo Apartments for Rent

Sasebo first started as a small fishing village but is now the second-largest city in Nagasaki Prefecture. This city is particularly famous for Kujukushima, a group of 208 islands. If you’ve seen Last Samurai, the movie released in 2003, you might recognize the view from one of the three observation decks, Ishidake. Other must-see attractions include the Dutch-themed amusement park, Huis Ten Bosch, located in Southern Sasebo. Be transported to Holland with windmills, clogs, fields of tulips, and homes designed in a quintessential Dutch style.

Have these attractions convinced you to consider living in Sasebo? If you’re worried about finding affordable apartments to rent in Sasebo, Japan, try Village House. We offer a great range of cheap, convenient apartments that ensures you are close to the public transport system and amenities. Our apartments are also located within walking distance from nurseries, elementary, or junior high schools. You will be able to adjust to life in Sasebo in no time!

Choose Village House for Cheap Apartments in Sasebo Japan

Village House offers a fantastic range of 1DK, 2K, 2DK, and 3DK apartments in Sasebo that are built for those who wish to live on their own, with a partner, young children, or with a group of friends. We also ensure the process of applying and moving is as effortless as possible to help you transition to your life in Sasebo without any difficulties; we require no key money or deposits* before renting with us.

When starting your apartment search, consider some key things: How many rooms do you require? Is your workplace close to the apartment? How far is the apartment from the nearest train station? As you start browsing apartments online, you can shortlist a few to visit that meet the criteria that you consider important.

Staying on your own and looking for a cozy studio apartment? Village House Hirota has 2K rooms, with a floor area of 33.5m², available for rent. If you’re a teacher, Village House Hirota offers an excellent choice of apartments close to schools. Both Hirota Kindergarten and Sasebo-shi Hirota Elementary School are a 10-minute walk away. This makes it convenient for you to make your way to work every morning and also saves you money on travel costs. The Saihi Bus Sokushin-mae is also right next to the apartment, allowing you to easily travel into the city center to run errands or meet other foreign residents living in the city. Village House Matsubara is also a convenient choice offering apartments that are a minute’s walk away from the Higashi no Kindergarten and a 3-minute walk from the Sasebo City Bus Yodohimejinja-mae Stop.

If you will be staying with your partner and children or with a couple of friends, opt instead for Village House Egami’s 3DK apartments that are more spacious (53.08m²), have three bedrooms, and come equipped with dining and kitchen facilities.

Browse Village House’s full range of apartments in Sasebo to find one that you like. Our apartment managers will be on hand to assist you with any questions you may have during your apartment visits.

FAQs About Living in Sasebo

1. What is there to do in Sasebo?

There are a ton of things to do in Sasebo. One of the main highlights of the city is, of course, the Sakai National Park 99 islands (or Kujukushima). Contrary to what its name might suggest, the area actually contains a lot more than 99 islands – 208 in fact. Go up one of the three observation towers, Tenkaiho, Ishidake, and Yumihari, to be rewarded with stunning views of the islands or go on a boat tour with Kujukushima Pearl Sea Resort and take in the islands up close.

For those who love shopping, visiting Sasebo Yonkacho Shotengai is a must. This quaint shopping arcade offers shops where you can find just about anything, as well as restaurants for you to have a bite.

As the U.S. navy base is stationed here, the city is heavily influenced by American culture. The Sasebo burger is a product of this fusion of cultures and is a great representation of this city. Try this delicious burger, made with freshly-baked buns and patties that are cooked on the spot – an irresistible homemade treat!

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

In order to collect your key, you are first required to complete the move-in process. This involves:

  • finalizing the lease contract
  • registering your bank account
  • completing the payment of initial fees

After completing the items on this checklist, your apartment manager will pass the keys over to you.

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

Village House provides a few add-on options and these include:

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

Each add-on comes with a small fee of ¥1,000.

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

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