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If you're considering a career path that would allow for more adventure, why not move to another prefecture for a change? With countless thriving industries to discover, there is no shortage of opportunity when you relocate to any one of Japan’s prefectures. With promising prospects ahead, it is no wonder many start planning to live in prefectures like Kochi for the long haul.

In Kochi prefecture, for example, you can find well-paying jobs in cities like Kochi, Shimanto, and Aki. But before you make the big move, it is also worth dedicating your time to apartment searching. A suitable rental apartment can provide comfortable accommodations for long-term living in Japan.

With Village House, you can browse through houses of various sizes that may be furnished with air conditioners or washlets. With no key money, security deposits, renewal, and handling fees, our rental apartments are priced at cheap and affordable rates. That way, you can focus on adjusting to your life in Kochi prefecture with ease.

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When it comes to securing employment, if you are confident in speaking business-level Japanese, bilingualism is always in demand so you’ll have more career options to consider. English speakers and English language teachers are also highly sought after if you can speak fluent English. A plus point is that if you are to travel to and from work conveniently, our Village House rental apartments are situated close to railway stations so you can get around Kochi prefecture easily.

It will be less than a minute walk to get to Seinan Transport Bus Kusujima Stop when living in Village House Kusushima, one of our Shimato apartments for rent. You’ll also be five minutes away from Kunimi Station - Tosa Kuroshio Railway Sukumo Line. Our rental apartments - that includes Village House Saoka, Village House Kouchi and Village House Aki - are also close to schools in Kochi prefecture. You are sure to find nearby housing accommodations that are available for rent here at Village House!

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!

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

FAQ about Living in Kochi

1. What is the average cost of living in Kochi?

For solo dwellers, you may expect to spend an estimated ¥100,000 on your everyday living expenses in Kochi prefecture. The average cost of living for a family of four can amount to at least ¥300,000. If you’re budgeting your finances in advance, your apartment rental costs can make a difference. Starting from ¥22,000, you can save money with pocket-friendly accommodations at Village House.

2. What is famous in Kochi prefecture?

Located in Japan’s Shikoku island, this prefecture is most known for its skipjack tuna - or katsuo - in addition to producing yuzu fruits that are harvested in the autumn and winter months. In addition to this, Kochi also has some great restaurants that are worth visiting.

3. How do I apply to rent a property in the Kochi prefecture with Village House?

If you’re planning to look for a house in the Kochi prefecture, we will require the following documents here at Village House:

  • 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.

Have more questions? Check out our FAQ page for a more comprehensive overview.

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

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