Housing and Accommodation
In Japan, there are low-rent public housing that local authorities offer for people with low incomes, apart from rental properties.
Particularly for those who fled from Ukraine, local authorities may offer public housing for free, as well as offering furniture and home appliances for free or at a low cost. Please contact the local municipal office about housing services.
We will update this website to provide accurate information, as it changes constantly.
Please make sure that your information is up to date. If you have any questions, please contact Support-R.
Parenting / Childcare
In Japan, there are various government services to support parenting. Specific services depend on the municipality, so please consult the local municipal office where you live. Lea(...)
When you have symptoms Go to a specialized hospital or clinic for a checkup. PCR testing is free, but you may have to pay at the hospital to get a diagnosis.The government will pay(...)
Those who are over 40 years old and have public medical insurance are obligated to enroll in long-term care insurance. If you are in need of long-term care insurance, you can recei(...)
If you have health insurance, you can pay less when you go to a hospital or clinic. In Japan, medical care is provided not only for physical health, but also for mental health. Eve(...)
Extension of period of stay
Application documents are required to be submitted to the Regional Immigration Services Bureau, before the currently approved period of stay expires. Extension of the period of sta(...)