Did you know you can Go-Cart thru the streets of Tokyo, Japan legally?

What is the best way to see the city of Tokyo you ask? MariCAR Street Kart is 100% the answer! Although, the public transport in Tokyo is amazing, zipping around in the city streets dressed as your favorite video game characters while seeing the sights in a custom-made go-cart is so much better!Screen Shot 2018-11-03 at 8.49.31 AM.png

MariCAR complies 100% with Japanese laws! In order to drive one of the karts, you will need to provide an international drivers permit with passport, SOFA drivers license, or Japanese license. Once you provide them your permit or license, your booking will be completed. When you arrive at the shop, you will fill out some paperwork and have a briefing on how everything works, and what the tour will consist of. Once everyone feels comfortable, it is time to hit the streets to explore what Tokyo has to offer.

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Locations Around Japan-

MariCAR has four main locations- Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Okinawa. The Tokyo location is broken down into different areas of Tokyo. Shinagawa #1 & #2, Akihabara #1 & #2, Shibuya, Tokyo Bay BBQ, Asakusa, and South Tokyo Bay is the locations within Tokyo to start your MariCAR journey. You can also have a MariCARing experience in Osaka, Kyoto, and Okinawa! Don’t miss out if you are visiting these cities. Each experience is unique and different! It is not your average transport around the city!

Tours Offered-

Each location offers different tour options to different major sites all around Tokyo at different times of the day! Check with the location you are interested in starting at to see what tours they offer and when. They have 1.5-2 hr tours and 2.5-3 hr tours depending on how long you’d like to spend checking out the city! You will never get bored, and every turn you take you will see something new and exciting!

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Price-

Every bit of money you spend MariCARTing around the city is worth it. This gives you a chance to see Tokyo in a unique way that most cities in the world don’t allow. So take this opportunity while you can, as you never know when the country could change the laws on this activity. The price depends on the tour option you choose but range from 9,000 yen to 15,000 yen which is approximately $80-$130 USD per person.  The price includes a go-kart rental fee, gasoline fuel cost, costume rental, driving guides, accident insurance, consumption tax, and a photo shoot by your guide!

How To Book-

They make it super easy with several booking options! Head over to https://maricar.com/ to find out more information on the tours and how to book.(English Representatives Available)

** Facebook Messenger is the BEST and FASTEST way to make your reservation! Send a message to https://www.facebook.com/maricar.akihabara/ and a chat representative will be in touch with you very shortly!

** Line is the BETTER and FASTER way to make your reservation! If you know Japanese feel free to book MariCar using Line. http://line.me/ti/p/@upw3906a

You can call to book your adventure at +81-80-8899-8899 or you can email to book your adventure at akiba@maricar.comTheir normal operating business hours are 10am to 10pm every day!

Make sure to not miss this one in a lifetime way to see Tokyo! We highly recommend MariCAR Street Kart! Can you just picture yourself going 60km/hr down the tunnels, over the bridges, and thru the main crossings in Tokyo? Now is your chance! The experienced guides make sure you are safe and having fun your entire trip. They also keep you informed of the areas you are in, and give fun facts about them! You will learn a lot and see a lot in a short amount of time. Your guide will take photos of you and your friends while you are on the tour, but are allowed to bring your phone along too. The only stipulation is you can’t be on it while driving, but at a stoped light it is okay to use!

Book Your MariCAR Experience TODAY! https://maricar.com/

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Written by: Shanna Truscott- Wild and Free Travel www.facebook.com/wildandfreetravel.com

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