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2DK, 18min to Umeda, G-83

Subway Tanimachi line

Initial fee ●service fee : 48,000 yen ●insurance fee : 18,000 yen ●guarantor company fee : 25,250 yen ●changing the lock fee : 19,440 yen ●rent(depending on when you move in) Total : 110,690 yen + rent
¥50500 Per Month

Studio, 2 min to Umeda, 5 min to station G-13

Hankyu line, Umeda

●service fee : 54,000 yen ●insurance fee : 18,000 yen Total : 73,000 yen
¥54500 Per Month

2DK, 3 min to station, G-19

Higashi-sumiyoshi-ku/ Osaka

◇ Service fee : 45,000 Yen ◇ Insurance Fee : 18,000 Yen ◇ Guarantor Fee : 50% Of Rent ◇ Changing Lock Fee : 19,440 Yen
¥57500 Per Month
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    We'll search through the Osaka real estate database for you or search through apartment listings yourself.
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    What We Offer

    Apartments for rent in Osaka for foreigners within any location, budget or size that you are looking for. No key money and no guarantors are needed. We have access to almost all properties in the Kansai area (Osaka, Kobe, etc.) through the main realtor database.


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    We have a variety of different locations, layouts and sizes for you to choose from. Most apartments have easy access to central areas.

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    We can help you find an apartment with a reasonable price. Also find you apartments with no key money and so on.

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    There are many apartments that are not listed on our website that we can help you with. So contact us if you don't find what you are looking for.


    Just found a great house thanks to them. It’s very difficult to deal with Japanese realtors as a foreigner and they were really really helpful. They’re very nice and honest people, going over and beyond the services they offer. They also offered me really good tips on what to look for in a house and what questions to ask. I’m really grateful to them and I definitely recommend their services.

    Daniel Wildin

    The employees were super helpful! I could not have asked for better or more personal service. I had just moved to Japan and was having a very difficult time even beginning to rent an apartment. There are many hoops to jump through if one knows anything about getting an apartment in Japan. They would respond to my emails very quickly and would personally call me to check in. Great company!

    Brittany Pickles Widney

    Derek and Akiko were extremely helpful! They saved me approximately $1000!!!� Friendly, quick to respond, knowledgeable, and easy to talk to. They made my life so much easier! They went above and beyond their service – paying attention to small details and helping out with all the other things post-sale, i.e. dealing w/moving, moving-in, etc.
    I highly recommend using their service!
    Thanks again!!!

    Mike Saito
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    Osaka Life

    Osaka Life

    Osaka is the second biggest city in Japan. The people are known to be friendly and outgoing. There are many shopping markets, restaurants and a great night life for you to explore as well. Visit some of the many parks and attractions that the city has to offer. There is Osaka Castle which is in the center of the city or universal studios Japan theme park as well. Osaka has easy access to some of the best sightseeing attractions. For example the two ancient capitals of Japan. You can take a visit Kyoto which is the number one place for sightseeing in the country. There is also Nara which has roaming deer threw out all the attractions and temples.


    Namba is one of the downtown areas in Osaka. Namba is known for it's great night life and entertainment. It also has one of or even the best neon lighting spectacles in the country. It is know for it's many bars, clubs and overall entertainment.


    Take a trip to Tennoji for some of the most unique restaurants in town. There is famous Tsutenkaku tower and the Abeno Harukas building which is the tallest building in Japan. Tennoji also has one of the best zoos in Osaka as well.


    Umeda is the city center of Osaka and is where all the main train stations are in the city. The Hep five building is in the center of Umeda. It has over 300 shops and restaurants. Most notably there is a Ferris wheel on top of the building where you can view the whole city.

    Osaka has a humid climate. Average temperatures vary throughout the year. In summer temperatures can exceed 38°C (86°F). Winters are very mild and temperatures rarely dropped below zero Celsius (30°F). Average precipitation peaks during the rainy season, and in September during the typhoon season.

    Cost Of Living
    The cost of living is very reasonable for a big city in Japan. An average studio apartment will cost around ¥50,000. The average cost for a meal at a restaurant is about ¥900. The average cost for transportation is about ¥220. Altogether the cost of living in Osaka is about 14% cheaper than Tokyo.


    As you can imagine the public transportation is very good. Most places of interest are always within walking distance from a station. In the rare case that an area is not accessible by train. There are also many buses and taxis as well. Most apartments are less than a 15 min walk from a station.

    There are numerous job opportunities even if you cannot speak Japanese. There are many websites that will help you find the job that you are looking for. Teaching English is the most common for foreigners. There are many schools around the city or go private and teach in cafes.