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OUR DIFFERENCE

Free Unlimited
KMs

No Young
Driver Fee

24/7 Multi Language
Road Side Assistance

Friendly Pick-up /
Drop-off Times

Easy Access
from Airport

OUR DIFFERENCE

Free Unlimited KMs

No Young Driver Fee

24/7 Multi Language
Road Side Assistance

Friendly Pick-up/Drop-off Times

Easy Access from Airport

Road Trip Japan Your Way.

Travellers Autobarn – Campervans & Camper Van for the budget conscious and young at heart in Japan! We offer a wide range of campervan & van rentals in Japan!  All of our rentals include unlimited free kilometers and our office is convenient located close to Narita – Tokyo airport.
Japan is a perfect place for a road trip by a campervan in many ways.  Rent a campervan with us and explore Japan’s beautiful culture!

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Why #VanLife is
better with us

  • Free Unlimited Kilometers with each rental

  • 10 am to 4 pm pick-ups & 9 am to 3 pm drop-offs – Monday to Saturday

  • No young driver fees – rentals available from age 18

  • 24/7 Roadside Assistance – Peace of Mind – Multi-lingual Support

  • Locations around USA, Australia, New Zealand & Japan

Frequently Asked Questions

If cancelled 14 days before the pick-up date ¥20,000

If cancelled within 7 days of pick-up: 50% of the total cost of rental

If cancelled on the day of pick-up or non-appearance: No refund on total cost of rental

You know what – it is for free. All Travellers Autobarn Campervans come with free kilometer packages, so no charge will ever apply!

All pick-ups are between 10 am to 4 pm and all drop-offs are between 9 am to 3 pm.

Sheets, covers, duvets, pillows, cooking material (pots/pans/cutlery and more)  are provided for a one-off fee of ¥4,000/rental.

Holders of Swiss, German, French, Belgian, Monaco and Taiwanese licenses must carry the “Japanese translation” at the same time as the original of the relevant license. In Germany you can contact ADAC to organise the translation. For Swiss, French, Belgian, Monaco and Taiwanese you please must organise the translation yourself or we can organise for you for a fee of ¥10,000 (only for French, Belgian, Monaco or Switzerland customers).
Anyone with driver’s license issued in a country other than the above, please carry your international driver’s license. It is valid for one year from the date of issue. More info here.
Everyone must also carry their passport.

Please do not forget to bring both your original driver’s license and international driving permit with you. (A copy or data of either are not valid for you to drive in Japan.)

The minimum rental days vary on seasonality – anywhere between 4 to 7 days depending on when you would like to travel.

No. In Japan, public restrooms are everywhere, and public parking lots and loading stations often have restrooms, and they are very clean. If you need to use the restroom while traveling, you can stop at a convenience store or service parking lot to use a clean restroom. You will have no difficulty finding a convenience store or such a location.

It’s a great place for a campervan road trip in all seasons. April, with its beautiful cherry blossoms, is warm and pleasant; May, October, and November are especially pleasant in the car, with temperatures neither too high nor too low. In May, October, and November, temperatures are neither too high nor too low, so you will feel especially comfortable in your car. In particular, November is my personal favorite time of year because of the relatively large number of sunny days and beautiful autumn foliage. In summer, you can enjoy the natural coolness of the mountains at high altitudes. However, since the temperature does not drop even at night in summer, be careful where you go, such as staying at campgrounds near high elevation areas.

Baby seat (From 6 months -4 years): Must be secured in a baby seat on passenger seat.

Booster seat (up to 140cm): Must be secured in a booster seat.

 

ETC (Electronic Toll Collection) is the system which is used to record expressway tolls automatically.

TAB Japan rents out ETC cards at a low rate of 500 yen per card. When you return the card, you will be asked to confirm and pay the usage fee using the ETC card system.

By using an ETC card, you can use toll roads at a discount depending on the time of day and route.

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We were able to discover hidden gems that we would have never been able to access without the van! We also slept right on a lake, overlooking Mount Fuji, which wouldn’t have been possible without the van!

Aliza

We took a trip in a Travellers Autobarn Japan vehicle to explore the great outdoors of Japan. Our first campervan trip in Japan was very comfortable and everything was a pleasant memory. Everything from picking up the car to returning it was smooth.

Daniel

My first trip to Japan was a great decision renting a campervan with Travellers Autobarn. Everything was perfect for two couples traveling together. Everything we needed for our trip was in the car and it was our cozy home when we came back from climbing mountains and sightseeing. We will definitely be back!

Leah

It was a great experience!!! The car and staff were very nice and I have nothing to complain about. Next time I come back to Japan, I want to ride around the whole island in Japan by a campervan!

Si

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