Electric Vehicle Rental

AwaMobi Rentacar (Electric Vehicle Rental)

You can rent environmentally friendly and comfortable electric cars at affordable rates.
(With electric cars, unlike gasoline-powered automobiles, there's no need to fill up the fuel tank before returning the car.)
On receiving your request, the Awaji Island Tourist Association sends your application information to the car-rental agency, which will contact you to complete the booking procedure.
The Awaji Island Tourist Association will inform you if no AwaMobi Rentacar happens to be available for booking during the period you want.
Requests are accepted up to five days before the date and time of use.

Nissan Leaf - Equipment and Features

  • Multilingual car-navigation system (Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean supported)
  • Driving recorder
  • Rear-view monitor
  • Electric toll collection (ETC) system
  • Capacity: 5 persons
  • Range of about 300 km when fully charged

Rental fee

Unit: Japanese yen (tax not included)

Up to 6 hours Up to 12 hours Up to 24 hours Each additional day Each additional hour
4,000 yen 5,000 yen 6,000 yen 6,000 yen 1,000 yen

Flow of the reservation

If no vehicles are available, the Awaji Island Tourist Association will contact you to let you know.

AwaMobi Rentacar Booking Form

Please enter the desired rental period and number of persons.

You can specify dates and times that are at least five days from now.

Date and time of departure
(hour) (minute)
Date and time of return
(hour) (minute)
Number of users Only one vehicle can be rented.

Please select your preferred rental location (agency).

Please enter your personal information.

Mobile telephone number
Email address

Please set your mail settings to enable email from awaji-kankou.or.jp to be received.

Email address (confirmation)

Please enter your email address a second time for confirmation.

Type of operator's license

*1 International Driving Permit in conformity with the Geneva Convention on Road Traffic
*2 A foreign-issued (by a country or territory that does not issue International Driving Permits and is recognized as having a licensing system of a level equivalent to Japan's [currently the six countries and one territory of the Swiss Confederation, the Republic of Slovenia, the Federal Republic of Germany, the French Republic, the Kingdom of Belgium, the Principality of Monaco, and Taiwan]) driver's license (restricted to those to which is attached a Japanese-language translation by a person specified by Cabinet Order) for automobiles and the like

Japanese ability