How to plan your trip

Scheduling is easy!

Whether you are alone or a group trip that the car club would like us to arrange for you, we can help with the planning. Before we begin, we also explain some rules and tools for driving in Japan for your reference, as well as some examples of our past trips to make your journey smoother.
All you need to do is answer the following 3 questions:

Planning to drive for a few days?

If you’re planning to see a lot of different attractions, take a little time to relax. If it is a road trip, if you take the general road and eat on the road, it is generally more comfortable to be within a range of about 100 to 150 kilometers per day, of course, depending on the type of car, for example, sports cars that require a lot of physical strength should not be arranged too long. At the same time, please note that if it is autumn and winter, the sun will go down early, and if the schedule is too long, you may have to go to the hotel in the dark. In addition, the number of days directly affects your trip budget. The time required for expressways and general roads, mountain roads, etc. will also vary…

How is the budget calculated?

The budget basically includes several things: rent for the motorcycle itself, gas, highway costs, food, accommodation, parking, etc. The various calculation methods are roughly as follows:

Rent: This is the most accurate beforehand. Please see the rental calculation table on our RENTAL819 website.
Fuel cost: The price of oil (regular gasoline) in Japan is about 140-150 yen per liter. (January 2016). Please use Google Map to approximate your riding distance…

How is the route planned?

Please ask yourself and your companions first, what are the attractions that you must see on this trip? What are some of the itineraries you’d like to visit?

These spots can be a famous scenic road, a visit to a hot spring town, or a World Heritage Site.

Here’s information about places to visit in Japan…