The settlement of Jäppilänniemi is concentrated on the shores of Lake Immalanjärvi. The distance to Vuoksenniska and the city's services is approx. 7 km. Along with Lake Immalan, the landscape is characterized by large open fields. Agriculture is still practiced in the village, although there are only a few cattle farms left.
A large part of the working population is employed by factories and companies in the Imatra area. The recently renovated Salo-Peltola clubhouse serves as the meeting place and heart of the village. It is very suitable as a venue for various parties and events. The club house has a library maintained by volunteers. On summer evenings, the villagers and summer residents enjoy flying and football together. In addition to the village committee, there are Martas, Enso competitors, a country club, a couple of hunting clubs and a division committee. The course and summer home of Imatra's Invalids, Hakala, is located on the shore of Lake Immalan in the village of Jaka. It can also be rented for various occasions. Accommodation options are available in cottages, a shed and rooms on the ground floor of the main building.
Among the permanent residents and numerous summer residents, there are many skilled people in different fields. In summer, Jäppilänniemi road turns into an art road, along which you can stop to admire the skills and creativity of the residents and summer residents. The milk pier will be transformed into a poetry pier and a photo exhibition will be on display in the rihi. The best way to get to know the sights of the Art Street is by bike. Taidetie opens on Eino Leino day.