Sakura Residence is a nursing home where you can feel sincerity in a rich natural environment
・Long-term care: 29 people
・Short-stay care: 11 people
Sakura Residence is a community-based special nursing home for the elderly and short-stay facility with a museum-like appearance based on Japanese modern style that does not look like an institution at all.
Taking advantage of the surrounding environment blessed with nature, this is a unit-type facility where residents can lead a more comfortable life in a small group of about 10 people, according to each resident's individuality and rhythm of life. In addition, all rooms are private rooms, which are necessary to enable residents to continue to live with a sense of fulfillment in their familiar community. The bright dining room, where residents can relax and enjoy the outside view from the comfort of their sitting position, allows them to experience the four seasons.
When medical care is needed, the full cooperation of Uno Hospital, which provides both outpatient and inpatient care, provides a system in place to ensure the provision of services with peace of mind.
We are committed to making our facility feel "special" to residents, their families, employees, and all other people involved with the facility, and we do this with a smile on our face every day.
Sakura Residence is in the middle of Japan
Sakura Residence is located in Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture, in the Chubu region of Japan. It is an international location with convenient access to overseas, near Chubu Centrair International Airport. There are companies representing Japan such as Toyota Motors, Mitsubishi Motors, and Sony in the neighborhood, and the automobile and precision machinery industries are particularly active. It is also close to the big city of Nagoya, making it convenient for traveling to Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, etc. Gifu and Nagano prefectures are close to the north, and the mountains at an altitude of 3000m rise, and there are many sightseeing spots which are rich in nature such as ski resorts and hot springs. The south is close to the sea, and you can enjoy sea bathing and marine sports. It is a good location for both living and sightseeing.
・ Approximately 1 hour by train or bus to Chubu International Airport
・ Approximately 30 minutes by train from Okazaki to Nagoya
・ Approximately 2 hours by train from Okazaki to Tokyo
・ Approximately 1 hour by train from Okazaki to Kyoto
・ Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes by train from Okazaki to Osaka
・ Approximately 3 hours by car from Okazaki to Nagano (Matsumoto)
Okazaki City, where Sakura Residence is located, is a wonderful city
Okazaki City is a core city with a population of over 380,000. Okazaki is a historic city, and there is Okazaki Castle where Ieyasu Tokugawa (He was the first shogun who established the Edo Shogunate in 1603 AD.) was born and raised near Sakura Residence. Okazaki City has prospered as a castle town centered on Okazaki Castle, and is a safe city. Currently, Okazaki Castle is a park, and various events are held every season. Otogawa flows by the park, and many cherry blossoms are planted along the river. A cherry blossom festival is held in the spring and a fireworks display is held in the summer. It is a very lively festival with many food stalls lined up. Near Uno Hospital, there is also an old-fashioned factory that makes Hatcho Miso, a specialty of Okazaki. It is also a lively city with large shopping malls.
Would you like to work with us at Sakura Residence?
Using the EPA system, people from abroad can work in geriatric health facilities. We currently have 6 people from Indonesia and 8 people from the Philippines working at our facility, including the first batch of students coming to Japan under EPA. We also have the first batch of students coming to Japan under the EPA. Our reliable senior staff members support newcomers, so you can work in peace.
Apart from work, there is no need to worry about daily life as this facility provides housing and household items needed for daily life. The residence is located just minutes from the facilities, and there are convenience stores and a large supermarket in the vicinity, so you can work and study in Japan in peace.