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The white form above is tuned to retrieve midsize sedans and station wagons available at the rental location 'Tokyo - Airport Haneda'. Address: 1-2-6 Haneda, Ota-Ku, Tokyo, 144-0043, Japan.

Using the links below, you can choose from other 63 rental offices in Tokyo, as well as upgrade the vehicle type to 'Fullsize' or 'Premium'.

To get the best deal, we recommend looking for a car few months in advance, when rental prices in Japan are set to their initial minimum levels. Besides this, airport rental offices offer wider selection of best deals comparing to city offices.

Tokyo: 63 rental offices

Tokyo, Japan: Family Car Rental
The segments of standard, intermediate and full-size cars in Japan traditionally include the following vehicles: Toyota Camry, Saab 9-3, Nissan Maxima, Mercedes C Class, BMW 3 Series, Toyota Altis and others.

The process of a car reservation on consists of 3 simple steps: (1) search by the dates and pick-up location, (2) car type selection, and (3) booking form completion. After the booking, you will receive a rental voucher at your e-mail address.

Before selecting a specific model to book, check your planned routes. If you are going to drive mostly within the Tokyo borders, choose a car of 'Standard' or 'Compact' types. In case you plan long cross-countries trips or mountain adventures, the more comfortable and powerful 'Fullsize' models would become a better choice.

If you need a car with an automatic gearbox, try to make a reservation at least a few days before the pick-up date, since confirmation of such models in Tokyo might be delayed for a day or two.

Upon the return of your car, carefully check that the total payment amount (invoice) is computed according to the original rental conditions.

We wish you 'smooth', secure and safe roads in Tokyo!

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Driving Advices for Japan – Traffic Regulations and Road Usage Peculiarities
Previous hints
All roads, regardless of their location, have all road markings. Road markings in Japan indicate not only different lanes, but also parking spaces, so driving in the country is really simple. The only roads that have no road markings are gravel roads. They are located, as a rule, in the western part of the country, in the mountains.
Crossing a double solid line while driving is literally impossible in Japan. As a rule, instead of the double lane the roads are equipped with a narrow lawn or a separating border. Instead of a lane line many roads are equipped with longitudinal "speed bumps", which quite often have metal taps.
As many as 99% of intersections in Japan have traffic lights. Traffic lights are used to define the priority while crossing roads. The so-called interyard driveways usually have spherical mirrors, but one can rarely see them in large cities.
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Rental, parking and other info on Tokyo - Airport Haneda
Stopovers and parking at the airport are permitted only in its car parks. The first 30 minutes of parking is free. The car parks are often overloaded on weekends and holidays. Four multi-level parking garages are located between Terminals 1 and 2. A multi-level parking garage is situated next to the International terminal. Parking lots P1 and P2 are connected to Terminal 1, and parking lots P3 and P4 are connected to Terminal 2.

Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu is found inside Terminal 2. The territory of the International terminal includes the Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda and the Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda Transit, which is in the departure area and meant for transit passengers. Read all...
Traveling in Tokyo with family car
If you are ready to wake up really early, Tsukiji Fish Market is a place to visit. Every morning, fish sales take place from 5 to 7 a.m. on the largest fish market in the city. Famous chefs and locals come to Tsukiji to buy freshest and finest fish and seafood. It’s incredibly interesting to watch how the sales happen. When all exclusive harvesting is sold, make a walk in the market and purchase exotic delicacies, fruit, and vegetables.
Fans of shopping and gourmet travelers will be pleased with their visit to Nakamise district that is famous for numerous shops and cafes. It’s the best destination for travelers who want get acquainted with Tokyo street food. The choice of souvenirs on sale is no less amazing.

When you are in a mood for eating something unusual, head to Sunshine City . This shopping complex is the location of a unique café, Cup Ice Museum , that offers more than 400 types of ice cream. The varieties of the all-time favorite dessert include some very exotic options, for example, ice cream with onion or garlic, sushi and wasabi, clams, fish, and even beer.
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Rental locations in Japan
 » Tokyo: 63 offices
 » Osaka: 24 offices
 » Nagoya: 12 offices
 » Hokkaido: 10 offices
 » Fukuoka: 10 offices
 » Okinawa: 10 offices
 » Chiba: 9 offices
 » Sapporo: 9 offices
 » Fuji: 8 offices
 » Miyagi: 8 offices
 » Ibaraki: 7 offices
 » Morioka: 7 offices
 » Kanagawa: 6 offices
 » Shizuoka: 6 offices
 » Saitama: 6 offices
 » Hiroshima: 6 offices - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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