'OrangeSmile.CarTrawler' provides an advanced car search and reservation service. It features a unique technological solution that allows fetching the most attractive vehicle offers among all rental offices in Tokyo. The search, reservation and confirmation phases, as well as the customer support are provided in English. The actual rates for most of our rental offers in Japan are already calculated on the 'All Inclusive' basis.
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Car hire system OrangeSmile.com offers vehicles for rent at the rental location 'Toyoko - Akasaka'. We carefully maintain largest up-to-date database with actual offers from most of the rental suppliers in Japan. Due to this, we are able to find the best and cheapest rental options for your specified location and dates.
Reservation can be done in three fast and simple steps - search by your dates and location in Japan, select a car, and input your personal data. Upon reception of your order, we will send you a confirmation voucher by email. Before completing your reservation, please check the rental conditions of the selected car carefully.
Upon arrival to the 'Toyoko - Akasaka' rental office, please provide your confirmation voucher, driving license and credit card to an officer. The credit card is required for payment and deposit. The deposit amount is usually equivalent to the amount of the largest insurance franchise specified in your voucher.
Before leaving the office at the pick-up time, verify the invoice issued by the officer and compare the invoice data with the data in your voucher!
Car pick-up: inspect the car body, wheels, windows and interior for chips, scratches, dents and other defects. Validate that all found defects are described in your rental document.
We wish you a great driving experience on the roads of Tokyo!
The Meiji Temple. The Meiji Temple is one of the most marvelous architectural examples of Shinto religion. It's situated in the somber forest in the center of the city. It's quite surprising to find such an oasis in businesslike Tokyo. To get to the territory of the temple, visitors are to go through an enormous wooden tower and then go by a wide pebbly path. The temple was built in honor of Imperator Meiji and Empress Shoken. During their rule Japan became a modern and prosperous country, opened for the world. On weekends on the territory of the temple you can watch many wedding ceremonies. Near the temple takes place a magnificent orris garden, which is especially beautiful in June, when the flowers blossom.
Tokyo Imperial Palace. Tokyo Imperial Palace was built in 1590 in the days of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of Tokugawa dynasty. Time passed and the palace was getting larger and larger and, as a result, it turned into quite a big palace, the charm of which you can enjoy. The inside palace court is opened for visitors only twice a year: on the 2nd of January – New Year time and on the 23rd of December –the birthday of Imperator. Nijibashi, the double stone arch bridge that used to serve as the main entrance to the palace, deserves your special attention. During the Second World War the palace was destroyed, and in 1968 it was rebuilt from the basics. The undistorted walls and ditches were integrated in the total look of the palace. Nowadays the family of Imperator still lives in the western wing of it.
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