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Frequently asked questions
Based on prices found over the past seven days, the cheapest daily rate for a car rental from Tokyo Airport (HND-Haneda) was $66. Choose one of our quality rides and see where the road leads you!
You’ll easily find the rental suppliers in the Arrival Lobby (2F) at Haneda Airport (HND). Keep a lookout for Unsure when you get there.
Yes. Expedia has car rentals with a Book Now Pay Later option. This lets you reserve a set of wheels without paying in advance. You’ll only pay in full when you pick up your car, and a hold will be placed on your credit card for the amount of the security deposit. However, some cheaper deals at Tokyo Airport (HND-Haneda) may ask for prepayment. You’ll see these details in the search results display.
Our Customer Service Portal has information about cancellations. But in general, refunds are provided if a prepaid reservation is canceled a minimum of six hours before the pickup time. Exclusions apply, so make sure you understand your car’s cancellation policy.
From quick work trips to cross-country expeditions, Expedia has cars to suit every adventure and style. And with our Best Price Guarantee, you’ll always get a good deal on your ride. Did you know you can combine your bookings into a package? Add a hotel or flight to your Tokyo Airport (HND-Haneda) rental car and watch the savings add up!
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Drivers must be at least 18 years of age to rent a vehicle in Tokyo. If you’re a young driver, you can expect to pay an additional fee. Before booking, check what ages the young renter’s surcharge applies to.
Two things — your driver’s license and a credit card. If you’d like to opt out of the outlet’s insurance plan, your own proof of coverage may be an added requirement. Be sure to check prior to pickup to avoid any unnecessary delays.
Unlike the States, vehicles in Japan travel on the left. If you’re beginning your road trip at Tokyo Airport (HND-Haneda), take some extra time to feel comfortable with the setup of your rental car before driving away.
You’re likely to need an International Driving Permit, along with a valid U.S. driver’s license, to explore Tokyo on four wheels. Don’t worry — it’s just extra proof of your license, but be sure to organize it before you leave for your trip.