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Hanamaki Apartments for Rent

Hanamaki is situated in the central Iwate Prefecture of Japan, and is best known for its mountainside beauty, rich history, and its many volcanic natural hot springs. Hanamaki-shi is also the hometown of one of Japan’s most beloved novelists and poets in history—the late Miyazawa Kenji—and you can find fanciful celebrations of his iconic works at the Miyazawa Kenji Memorial Museum and the Miyazawa Kenji Dowa Mura.

Towards the west, the city of Hanamaki rises all the way to the foothills of the Ōu Mountains, and to the highest peak in the Kitakami Range of Mount Hayachine towards the east. Centered along the Dai-gawa and Toyosawa-gawa rivers that flow through the western mountains lies Hanamaki Onsen-kyo, a hot spring village home to the 12 Hanamaki onsens and 15 hot spring inns, with the latter featuring medieval Japanese architecture from the 9th-century Heian period.

Despite its popularity as a tourist hotspot, moving to Hanamaki-shi does not need to be difficult, especially when you have affordable accommodation options offered by Village House. With no deposit*, renewal, handling, or key money fee required, you can rest assured that you can easily find a rental apartment in Hanamaki that is suited to all your needs.

Well-Situated Hanamaki-Shi Apartments

When relocating to Hanamki-shi, looking for apartments to rent that are well-situated for your personal needs may be something you are concerned about. However, with Village House, there is no longer a need for worry. Take your pick from the many affordable rental apartments we have, each conveniently located near essential city touchpoints.

For example, our Village House Shimokita apartments for rent have the Hanamaki Station within a 5-minute walk away, and the Hanamaki Station Bus Stop a further minute’s walk from there. There are also two bank branches about 100 meters away, and the Hanamaki General Hospital and Municipal Office are also a short 18-minute walk from these rental apartments.

In addition to the great convenience, all of our Hanamaki rental apartments have been renovated to provide you with clean, immaculate living environments. Many of our apartments also have parking facilities available if you choose to drive in Hanamki-shi, and the aforementioned Village House Shimokita apartments even come with the option of setting up an optical fiber broadband connection.

Browse our apartments for rent in Hanamaki today!

FAQs About Living in Hanamaki

1. What are the top highlights of Hanamaki-shi?

Hanamaki is well known for being a great place for relaxation and respite, with its numerous hot springs, beautiful valleys and its scenic ambiance as a mountainside city. Among its many onsens, the rotenburos are the undisputed highlights, being open-air baths where you can soak in soothingly warm waters while admiring the nature around you.

To top it all off, renting an apartment in Hanamaki also means you can easily take a short one-hour train ride to the small town of Tono, where you can immerse yourself in Japanese folklore, legends, and tales filled with spirits, animals, and supernatural creatures. This little village neighboring Hanamaki is also the birthplace of one of the most famous Japanese legends—the kappa.

2. How do I rent an apartment in Hanamaki from Village House?

To complete your rental application for an apartment in Hanamaki, we will need the following:

  • Application Forms
  • Residence card for foreigners
  • Copy of Income Certificate (This can include your most recent payslip, salary statement, pension receipt, etc.)
  • Copy of the Bank Book (This should be the bank book of the account you receive your salary and the account with which you will pay rent.)
  • Insurance Documents

Please note that you may also be required to provide additional documents during the evaluation process. Before renting our apartments in Hanamaki, you can shortlist a few units and arrange a couple of viewings with us. We can also process your application on the day of your visit.

3. What do I need to note before moving into my rented apartment in Hanamaki?

For all our apartments for rent in Hanamaki, we would require:

  • Prorated rent for the first month and full rent for the second month, both of which should include the common service fee
  • Mandatory insurance fee starting from ¥10,000 for two years

Aside from the above, you will also want to prepare for your living expenses before moving in. This includes understanding the bills you need to pay and the items you need to purchase for your apartment in Hanamaki. Village House can accommodate a few add-ons at an extra fee of ¥1,000. This includes air-conditioners, water heater, gas stoves, vanity sinks and washlets for toilet bowls.

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

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