New Chitose Airport
Rental Car Station Information
Please be careful not to dial the wrong number.
About a 12-minute walk from JR Minami Chitose Station (North Exit)
Shuttle service from the airport to the rental station available (about 10 to 15 mins)
Access from New Chitose Airport (International Terminal) to this Location
Access from New Chitose Airport (Domestic Terminal) to this Location
8:00 - 21:00
8:00 - 20:00 (11/1 - 3/3)
9:00 - 18:00(3/4 - 4/15)
Our staff is waiting at the counter between 8:00 - 17:00 (subject to change).
|Closing Days and Holidays||Open all year round|
|Precautions When Picking Up the Vehicle||
Please check in at the car rental counter on the 1F of the International Terminal, and you will be directed to the rental location by a shuttle bus. (10 - 15 min from the shuttle bus stop to the off-site pick up location) Please be advised that it may take longer to arrive at the location during the peak season or congested hours.
*If there is no staff at the counter, please contact the location with the phone on the counter.
|Precautions When Returning the Vehicle||【Gas Pumps at the Station】 Please return your vehicle 2 hours prior to your departure (Shuttle service 15min drive). The nearby roads are congested during the holidays, so return your vehicle with in advance. Complete the return procedures at the counter before boarding the bus. If you wish to refuel your vehicle at the rental location, please inquire our staff. Do not enter the area where the gas pumps are located for your safety.|
|Eligible Airports||New Chitose Airport (CTS, SPK)|
|Accepted Payment Methods||Credit Card|
|Multi-language Voice Translator||Available
Supported Languages: English, Chinese (Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese), Korean, Thai, Bahasa Indonesia, Vietnamese, Spanish, French, Brazilian Portuguese
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|Remarks||Chitose Airport is the largest airport in Hokkaido. This rental station is used by a large number of tourists and business travelers from both Japan and overseas to Hokkaido.|