THE JCM RESIDENCE
Each one of our apartments comes fully furnished to make your move to Nagoya as stress-free as possible. You can immediately begin relaxing in your new space, which has been furnished using the power of design and creativity. Complete with bedding, sitting areas, and a fully equipped kitchen and laundry there is no need to ship your day-to-day items from across the world or spend hours shopping for the necessities – we’re ready for you.
No key money or guarantor is required when renting an apartment with JCM, making it the simplest and easiest way to relocate to Nagoya. Our international team members from Japan, Britain and Australia are willing to help you through the application process and will remain at your disposal to make living in Nagoya an easy and stress free experience. Our monthly rental prices start from ¥70,000 which includes all utility bills and Wi-Fi.
Our apartments are suitable for anyone who values comfort and convenience. With our central location, all of our apartments are within walking distance of bus and subway stations. Our leases are very flexible so whether you are looking for long or short term accommodation JCM can provide you with an affordable, convenient, and creative space to spend your time.
Our Guides and Articles
We have always been interested in knowing why foreigners come to Japan, their experiences and what drives them to stay or leave… We held an interview with Machela, an independent mother from Jamaica living in Nagoya who has been staying with us at JCM Rental. We were interested in finding out about her experiences and […]
Getting sick is never a pleasant experience, so getting sick in a country where you can’t speak the language adds even more misery to the situation! This inspired me to put together a small list of Medical Service providers that are English friendly in Nagoya. Need to knows: Always have your Residence card and Health […]
One of the questions I get asked most by tenants is “Where are the good spots to eat around Nakamura Koen?”. This prompted me to write a short guide on eating out in the area… Need to knows before heading out to get some food in Japan: 1. ALWAYS CARRY CASH 2. ALWAYS CARRY CASH and […]