#Uber launches car rental service in Tokyo

Uber is launching car rental services in Tokyo.

The service, which was announced last week, lets users rent cars from a variety of Japanese car rental companies.

The Uber app is compatible with Android, Apple iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.

Uber will also offer car rentals in cities around the world.

According to Uber, the service will be available in Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, and other cities.

“We’ve been looking at different ways to connect people and make them more connected,” Uber Tokyo head Takashi Murakami said.

“The app will be designed to be as accessible as possible.”

In a tweet on Monday, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said that the service is designed to connect riders with people who are connected to their car, and that “Uber is committed to providing people in the world with safe, reliable, affordable, and fun ways to get around.”

Uber also said that Uber cars in Tokyo will have a standard fare, and will include the option to pay with credit cards.

“You can now buy rides from anywhere in Tokyo and use your Uber account to make payments for your trip,” Uber said in a statement.

Uber has been expanding into Japan since 2014, when the company was acquired by Chinese-based Didi Chuxing.

Last year, Uber was also acquired by Google.

The new Tokyo service is not the first to launch in Japan.

In June, Uber launched in Osaka, and the company said in April that it would open more services in the country.

In July, Uber announced it would launch in Tokyo in 2020.

Uber in Japan has partnered with Toyota, which owns and operates several car rental company in Japan, including Kia, Honda, Nissan, and Hyundai.