Book your airport transfer online and travel with peace of mind in
Tokyo: English-speaking drivers, all-inclusive prices, free
waiting time and an excellent customer support available 24/7.
Price from: 104$
One of the most reliable services available in Tokyo servicing, as
its name tells, mostly airport transfers. T2A offers a wide range
of car classes, from the basic Sedan to the luxurious SUV. And
also SUV and Vans for bigger groups!
Price from: 111$
Global car service operator headquartered in the US but offering
exclusive and reliable transfers in Tokyo. Its standard service
includes up to 3 passengers and bags, an English-speaking
chauffeur and a superior car.
Price from: 163$
Blacklane has operated in Tokyo for several years and is known for
offering reliable transfers with 3 different car classes: Business
class, First class and SUV if you need more room. Their price is
Price from: 198$
Japanese taxi drivers don't speak a word of English and it's hard to communicate your destination. Book a black car in Tokyo and travel with peace of mind: set your destination online and in English, meet your driver at the pick-up point you have chosen and communicate with him in English.
All limousine service operators cover all major airports like Tokyo Haneda (HND) and Narita Airport (NRT). Whereas Haneda is only 30min away from the center of Tokyo, it takes around 1h to go to/from Narita Airport.
Taxis in Tokyo are the second highest worldwide, ranking only after Zurich. Taxis being expensive mean car services in Tokyo are more affordable than in other cities in comparison to cabs. So if prices are not so different, why not upgrading your travels to a more exclusive ride with an English-speaking driver?
Forget about the language barrier, exchanging yens, giving directions in Japanese to the taxi driver and enjoy your stress-free transfer. Manage your booking from an app with flexible cancellation policies, and if something unexpected happens their English-speaking customer service agents are available 24/7.
Most taxis accept credit card payments in Japan, and especially in Tokyo. There may be a minimum fare, so it would be better to ask beforehand.
Cash will always be the preferred option for taxi drivers in a country where credit card penetration is high, but its usage is still nascent compared to other countries.
No, Uber as we know it (UberX) has never operated in Tokyo due to local regulations. Only UberBlack and Black Van are available, with prices close to black car services. Uber Eats, Uber's food delivery service, does operate in Tokyo.
Some of Uber's competitors like Didi do operate in Tokyo, but all of them offer only a taxi hailing service.
The biggest and more popular taxi app in Japan with more than 60.000 cabs, owned by the largest taxi operator in the country. The app works well and you can pay by credit card.
The app of the Tokyo taxi association, available in most of the city. The app is not as good as JapanTaxi, but it works.
The taxi app owned by Sony, it claims to have more than 10.000 active taxis only in Tokyo. It launched in April 2019.
The chinese juggernaut launched in Japan in a joint venture with SoftBank. They offer the best app and the friendliest to international users, but only taxis are available.