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Apartments for Rent in Oita, Japan

Located on the island of Kyushu in Japan, the Oita prefecture has a diverse landscape with forests, mountains, rivers, and hot springs. The prefecture also boasts many well-known attractions, including Oita Funai Castle Ruins, Tanoura Beach, and Oita Marine Palace Aquarium Umitamago. In Oita, there are several coastal areas with beautiful beaches so locals and foreigners can drop by for an afternoon of relaxation at any time. Thanks to its location and varied attractions, Oita is a great place to live, work and play.

If you are planning to relocate to Oita prefecture for the next few years, it is crucial to start looking for apartments available for rent. With Village House, you can check out our range of accommodations online and schedule an apartment visit before making a decision.

Apartments Catered to Your Needs

Most people want to feel comfortable in their new living spaces, and for foreigners, this means finding an apartment that is foreigner-friendly. Fortunately, with Village House, it is simple to look for an apartment that caters to those who are not familiar with the area. If you are moving to Oita in Japan, it is essential to choose an apartment that can help you transition to living in this prefecture easier.

Our selection of foreigner-friendly apartments available at Village House can offer:

  • Greater cultural diversity
  • Low upfront costs
  • Hassle-free registration process
  • Easier access to transportation
  • Moving support

Perfect for long-term stays of at least 2 years, our spacious and comfortable units are just what you need to feel right at home. Our apartments are also budget-friendly with no need for key money, security deposit as well as renewal and handling fees.*

With easy procedures and affordable prices, our apartments for rent are specially designed with your comfort in mind. Plus, our convenient location makes getting around Oita prefecture a breeze. Village House Misono in Oita City, for example, is 7 minutes away from Ita Bus Naka Hetsugi. Further down, you can navigate your way around Oita prefecture via Nakahanda Station, Takenaka Station and Ōita-daigaku-mae Station.

Starting from ¥24,000, you can also let our staff know if you will need an air conditioner, toilet washlet, gas stove and/or kitchen water heater. Whether you’re traveling for work or education, feel assured once you have a Village House apartment awaiting you in Oita. Come see why our accommodations are some of the most sought-after in Japan – simply book an apartment visit with us today.

If you’re moving to other prefectures in Japan, not to worry as you can also explore Village House apartments in Hokkaido, Tohoku, Kanto and more.

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FAQs About Living in Oita

1. What is Oita known for?

Some of the major attractions in Oita Prefecture include Beppu City's famous onsen (hot springs), Yufuin Village's beautiful scenery, and Mount Yufu’s hiking trails. The local delicacies in Oita prefecture are also popular, from famed dishes like toriten to lesser-known but equally delicious eats

These are easily accessible from your Village House apartment, so you won’t have to travel far to discover the best food in Oita prefecture.

2. Is it expensive to live in Oita?

For starters, it is important to find the right apartment to rent in Oita. This can make a difference in your monthly expenditure. If you are living alone, you can expect to spend about ¥85,000 per month. Families with 4 people will need to budget about ¥260,000 for living expenses in Oita.

3. How do I apply to rent a property in Oita with Village House?

If you’re ready to rent an apartment in Oita with Village House, be sure to prepare the following documents:

  • 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.

Do check out our FAQ page for more information.

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

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