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Tokyo Car Rentals & Travel Guide

Get your thrills in futuristic Tokyo, an exciting fusion of culture, history, and fast-moving technology. The bright lights of Shibuya have been immortalized on the silver screen, just as lush Ueno Park has been the setting of many treasured memories and festivals. Although one of the city’s most iconic experiences involves cramming yourself into a subway train to explore the city, there are plenty of reasons to rent a car in Tokyo. Whether you’re hoping to impress clients on an international business trip, planning a day trip to picturesque Nikko National Park, or embarking on a family getaway, we have plenty of Tokyo rental car deals to choose from.

Visit the Origami City

When you arrive in the City of Woods by plane, you’ll be just 13 miles south of downtown, and car rentals in Tokyo are your “key” to visiting the countryside and beyond. Hop in your economy sedan or luxury SUV and head to Kamakura for a taste of traditional culture. Check out the immense Great Buddha at Kotoku-in and walk through a lush bamboo garden at Hokoku-ji, listening to the whispering leaves.

Want to leave the hustle and bustle in the rearview mirror? Get behind the wheel of your Tokyo rental car and travel about 51 miles west to Hakone for hot springs and views of Mt. Fuji. Unwind in a centuries-old bath with a cup of tea as you gaze upon the ancient landmark in the distance. As you dip into the warm, mineral-rich waters, immerse yourself in the traditions of the past. Rise refreshed and take advantage of Hakone’s many hiking trails with spectacular views off the usual tourist path.

Where to Stay in Tokyo

Booking Tokyo car rentals is just part of preparing for the trip of a lifetime. Consider these top Tokyo hotels as you plan your vacation:

  • Hilton Tokyo: In the bustling business district of Nishi-Shinjuku on the south side of Shinjuku, the elegant white exterior of Hilton Tokyo is a beacon of luxury near many cultural venues, including Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall and Meiji Jingu Shrine. If you come back late from a life-changing opera, ring up 24-hour room service or stop in for a nightcap at one of the two hotel lounges.
  • Park Hotel: Within walking distance to Nittere Plaza and Hamarikyu Garden, Park Hotel is not your typical waterfront hideaway. In fact, it’s right in the middle of busy Minato, but the whimsical contemporary décor and comfy furnishings will have you convinced you’re in another world. And if the unique designs don’t do the trick, the full-service spa will.
  • Shinjuku Prince Hotel: In Shinjuku’s late-night entertainment district, Kabukicho, brightly lit billboards keep company with quiet gardens, and the Shinjuku Prince Hotel stands in the midst of this colorful combination. Walk to the famed night market of Omoide Yokocho and the Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Museum of Art, or venture further afield to Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden.
  • Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel: Inland from the harbor and located just steps from Cerulean Tower, this hotel is sleek and chic and well-equipped with practical amenities, including a health club, indoor pool, and five restaurants. Of course, after a long day spent exploring the city, the 24-hour room service menu may be your idea of bliss.

Say “Dōmo Arigatō, Mr. Roboto”

Tokyo won’t wait for you to catch up. That’s why at Travelocity, we promise to offer or match the best price you can find. Book all your travel needs right here, from convenient flights and fabulous hotels to a cheap car rental in Tokyo. We’ll see you exploring the city streets.

Here at Travelocity, we’re committed to helping you score cheap deals on Tokyo car rentals. We’ll have your rental car waiting for you as soon as you arrive in town. Traveling with your whole family in tow? Choose a spacious and affordable van to keep your crew sane throughout the trip. Exploring the city with your sweetheart? Reserve a swanky two-seater as you paint the town red. With our low rates on rental cars in Tokyo, you can go out and smell the roses, without stressing out your bank account. You can even use our mobile booking app to snag exclusive deals, so you can spend more on your adventures and less on your vehicle.

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How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Car in Tokyo?

The cheapest car rentals in Tokyo found within the past 7 days were $52 per day. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.