Explore Japan by Bike Share

Unlock a bike to discover Japan's cities in a fun and affordable way

How it Works

1

Purchase a pass

Buy up to ten passes at a time – perfect for families and groups

2

Unlock your bike

Find nearby bikes via our bike port map and unlock with the code provided by the pass

3

Go explore

Travel freely around Japan's cities and discover them in a whole new way

Ride with Japan Travel Bike

Valid until midnight on the day of purchase, our English-friendly service is perfect for tourists and is simple and fast to use.

Easily find and unlock a bike from your smartphone – no app required!

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One Day Pass

From ¥1048/day

  • Simple, flat rate
  • Lasts until midnight
  • Instant, quick access

Pre-Book a Bike

Get a guaranteed bike with full charge, perfect for a full day's cycling. Collect from a convenient Tokyo bike port of your choice on the day you choose.

Pre-Booking: Tokyo

From ¥2700/day

  • Guaranteed bike with full battery
  • Helmets available to rent
  • Free city guide e-book with your order

Start Riding Today

Already found a bike? Start riding within 30 seconds

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Cycling in Japan

Glide around Tokyo's famous districts like Shinjuku and Shibuya with the wind in your hair, or discover the traditional side of Nara from the comfort of your bike.

Japan Travel Bike invites you to discover Japan's cities in your own way, giving you unparalleled access to cycle around where you want at your own pace.

Grab a bike and start your adventure today.

Where to find Japan Travel Bike

  • Tokyo

    Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō) is the nation’s capital, the site of the 2020 Summer Olympics and the most populous city in the world.

    Find a bikeport in Tokyo >
  • Osaka

    The center of western Japan and the home of Japanese comedy, Osaka Prefecture (大阪府, Ōsaka-fu) is lively at all times.

    Find a bikeport in Osaka >
  • Yokohama

    Everyone who lives here in Japan—Japanese and foreigners alike—admire the port city of Yokohama.

    Find a bikeport in Yokohama >
  • Nara

    Japan’s first permanent capital from AD 710 to 794 (known then as Heijo), as well as the site of the ancient capitals of Asuka and Fujiwara.

    Find a bikeport in Nara >
  • Hiroshima

    Hiroshima has so much more to offer – Miyajima island is the magical location of yet another World heritage site – Itsukushima Shrine

    Find a bikeport in Hiroshima >
  • Sapporo

    The largest city in Hokkaido has a western flavor with streets running in square blocks that were initially designed by American Horace Capron.

    Find a bikeport in Sapporo >
  • Sendai

    Sendai is an ‘’easy-to-live’’ city, but it is just as easy to travel to and enjoy.

    Find a bikeport in Sendai >
  • Oita

    Oita boasts the most onsens in Japan (over 4,500), including Beppu and Yufuin, the country’s two largest hot springs areas.

    Find a bikeport in Oita >