You have reserved your flight, marked your calendar, and you're xing out the weeks until you fly to Tachikawa, Japan. You may have been reading a lot about Tachikawa, Japan of late. Tachikawa has been climbing the charts as one of our more popular destinations in our database. In fact, this city climbed up 43 spots in our rankings from just this past year. Whether you are going for work or rest and relaxation, you are entitled to the liberty to travel your way, without having to pay for pricey taxicabs and crowded buses. Wherever you drive to in Tachikawa, if you wish to get all that you can from your trip in the city, having access to a car is key.
Why Drive with CarRentals?
We work with the top businesses in the world. Hertz has over 100 years of experience and a fleet including some of the most well-known companies in the business, like Nissan and Ford. With Hertz's history and thousands of franchises all over the world, you know you will be well taken care of. When you reserve your Hertz car rental with CarRentals you'll get:
- Get in the driver's seat of a hybrid car that is friendly on your wallet and the environment or if you got the team with you, then rent a SUV so you can all cruise together
- You won't have to venture far to find a drop-off or pick-up Hertz location. 22 locations around 12 miles away from Tachikawa are ready for you
- A wide selection of Hertz vehicles to pick from. You can select from a wide selection of automobiles and several classes to find the perfect fit for your trip
Reserve Your Ride Today!
With Tachikawa experiencing three times a rise in visitors over just last year, having access to your own ride will provide you the convenience you want. When you're ready to check out more of Japan, you can go wherever you want, without waiting for your ride to pick you up or looking through a bus schedule.
Before you head out of town, book your Hertz Tachikawa car rental and zip off to take in all the must-see sights at your own pace. Reserve your Hertz rental car through CarRentals and drive the roads in Tachikawa, Japan.