Considering our Tokyo car hire services is a necessity in Japan’s capital, this is the quintessential megalopolis, the most densely populated area in the world where you can see some glimpses of old Japan through the shine of high-tech buildings and gadgets.

The city is absolutely huge with over two thousand square kilometers to explore spanning a variety of geography ranging from mountains tot the West to subtropical islands to the South.

Tokyo is served by two airports, Narita Airport and Haneda Airport, being an international traveler you will land at Narita Airport. The airport is in fact situated in the town of Narita which is nearly seventy kilometers away from Tokyo but it is connected to the city via many transport options like a direct limousine bus route, the fast Skyliner train route which will drop you off at any of the main stations in Tokyo, the regular train service and then of course the taxi option, however your easiest choice by far would be to employ our Tokyo car rental services and have a car ready for you at the airport as soon as you touch down in the land of the rising sun.

The city has a huge array of sights and attractions and with the help of our Tokyo car hire services will allow you to see and experience as many of them as possible.

A couple of the most popular attractions are the temples of Asakusa, the Meiji Shrine and the gardens of the Imperial Palace.

Asakusa is part of the downtown Taito district and well known for housing a large number of temples, best known of which is Sensoji which is also known as Asakusa Kannon, the city’s largest Buddhist temple and a major attraction both for foreigners and Japanese natives alike.

The Imperial palace is located in the Chiyoda Ward located in the center of the city. This site has been the official residence of the Japanese imperial family since 1868; it is still surrounded by several moats and high walls since this was the former Edo Castle. Visiting this place is a rather rare honor as it is only open to the general public on January 2nd and December 23rd but as a foreign traveler you can apply online for a free guided tour and if you’re lucky you might be able to see the inner palace gardens and buildings.

And these are only two examples of the many traditional attractions that Tokyo has to offer, not to mention the high-tech neon bathed glow of Shibuya at night, a sight that has to be seen in order to be believed and properly appreciated.

Exploring Tokyo is not an easy challenge to undertake but it can be made a bit easier with the help of our Tokyo car hire services.


August 29th, 2012 by Auto Car Hire