Compass Corp.


New E-Bike Rental Business for Tourists Visiting Japan: Tsukiji Grand Opening Saturday, February 10!

The goal is to turn transportation into entertainment for inbound guests and reshape tourism in Tokyo!

With the mission and vision of “Leading Tourism in Japan, and Connecting Culture to the Next Generation,” Compass Corp. (Head Office: Chuo-ku, Tokyo; CEO: Fumito Sasaki) develops diverse services in the tourism and inbound sectors. Compass Corp. will be opening their first e-bike store, “COMPASS BIKE,” in Tsukiji on February 10, 2024 in order to provide a style of sightseeing using E-Bikes to enjoy all the sights as if you were a resident of Tokyo.

To celebrate the opening, we are offering a 30% discount on rentals and a 50% discount on tours for those who book by February 29, 2024.

What is it like sightseeing on an E-Bike?

An E-Bike is an electrically powered assisted bicycle that provides electric assistance when you pedal. E-Bikes can be used to ride up mountains and hills with ease.
You don't even need a license to ride an E-Bike, so international tourists don't need to worry. There are three big benefits of sightseeing on an E-Bike.

1.Sightsee in Tokyo with ease

With the electric power, hills and other obstacles are not an issue at all. You can ride anywhere in Tokyo. 
The fat-type tires and suspension also provide excellent stability! You’ll be sitting comfortably the whole time.

2.Sightseeing from a local perspective

You will be able to see all the sights from the perspective of someone who lives in Tokyo, leading to the discovery of new attractions throughout the city. 
Stop by any places that might catch your eye on your journey and have a look in shops or join activities.

3.Spreading tourism

Tourists tend to gravitate toward famous sightseeing spots such as Asakusa and Shibuya. However, with an E-Bike, even slightly difficult-to-reach places can be easily reached. You can explore the backstreets of Tokyo and see the sights at your own pace.

Service Overview and Campaign

Normal rentals range from three hours to a full day, but we also offer guided tours around Tokyo that are about three hours long. 
You can also enjoy Tokyo on a deeper level by touring with a local guide.
The bike you’ll be riding has fat tires and is very stable. It has a sleek design which makes it great for snapping some shots at spots like Sky Tree and Asakusa.

Opening Campaign Details

・Rental: 30% discount
  3 hours:5,000 yen→3,500 yen, 6 hours:7,500 yen→5,250 yen
・Tour: 50% discount
  3 hours: 10,000 yen → 5,000 yen (tour around Asakusa and Ningyocho)

Store Overview

Opened : February 10, 2024 (Saturday)
Name : COMPASS BIKE Tsukiji Store
Website :
Address : 2-14-4 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Phone number : 070-9334-2907
Business hours : 8:30-18:00 (last return 17:30) *scheduled
Closed :N/A *Open all year round