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E-Scooters have also become more popular in Japan in recent years. It appears that there will be a rise in demand for the new modes of transportation, particularly in metropolitan areas.
Even though Japan has a well-developed system of buses, taxis, and trains, there are still issues including the expense of each mode of transportation and traffic congestion.
Additionally, using a small mode of transportation that may be used to locate a certain location is more handy if travelling across short distances. The vintage, upright, and foldable scooter segments present prospects for the Japanese electric scooter market’s future growth.
The key factors driving this market are expanding government incentives and subsidy programmes, strict environmental regulations, growing consumer awareness of environmentally friendly transportation, and rising e-scooter sharing service acceptance.
The Japan Electric Scooter Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
According to Honda Motor, a startup formed by its engineers will launch domestic sales of a novel three-wheel electric scooter this year that enables users to balance even at very slow speeds. The stand-up scooter is made to manage hills and uneven roads while avoiding some accidents that have happened with other models.
The scooter was designed by Striemo, a Tokyo-based firm that Honda engineers founded, and it will start selling in Europe. After the firm, the scooter was given the name Striemo.
In Japan, Yamaha unveils the new e-Vino electric scooter. The new e-Vino is only 68 kilograms, roughly 150 pounds in weight.
Just 6 kilograms more when the 50V lithium-ion battery is included. It seems like it would be alluring to novice riders who have never swung a leg over a scooter before because it’s both adorable and lightweight.
With an additional battery, its range can be increased to 58 km. Using a typical Japanese wall outlet, the charging duration is approximately three hours.
The owner of more than 600 FamilyMart convenience stores in Japan will set up electric scooter lending bases. FamilyMart will invest in Luup, a Japanese company that rents out electric scooters and allows customers to pick them up and drop them off at FamilyMart locations.
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