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my first day uber eats delivery in tokyo

Discussion in 'World' started by kory park, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. kory park

    kory park

    first of all my ENGLISH is not good.. sorry

    it was my first day. and i ride Bicycle (not Electric bike)

    I started in 13:30 and finish at 7:30

    i delivered 6 and earn 3300 yen = almost 30 US dollar

    my last delivery package having trouble because i tap the finish button before finish

    maybe i will get penalty but Partner center caller are so kindness and helpful

    if i get adept this uber eat system

    I think got at least 1000Yen=9 US Dollar or more

    that's all for any Uber Starter in Tokyo

    good luck ~
    Z129 likes this.

    And no need to apologize. Your English is very good.
  3. kory park

    kory park

    In Tokyo??


    I don't know it cover all Japan Uber
    And sorry IAM late

    And I got a 3 feedback

    That's not a good T.T

    1 is my Miss I can accept

    2. Is other. What is that mean? Costumer insult me?

    3. Late feedback. Dude plz don't make me criminal of traffic. And they didn't know 30-35km/hr with bicycle is pretty fast
  4. nerimaloops


    Hi all. I just come across this forum via google. I just wanted to add my 2 yen.

    On a slow day, and when I was feeling a bit tired and didn't really push it, I made about 4-5,000 yen. The most I did make in a day was about 10,000. But that was something of a slog. I only deliver around my local area (I live in Nerima-Ku) and I'm somewhat picky about what deliveries I'll take, meaning, I won't take pizzas (I'm not equipped to carry them as of yet...) and I won't take any orders over say 7-8 minutes away. This helps keep my ratings high too. Besides that, I am not really in peak physical shape and my stamina is on the low side.

    Frankly I am doing this as a 'hobby job'. It's just a little extra money in my pocket during my free time. Also I do enjoy the interactions with customers, who, on the whole, are pretty nice to me. My spoken Japanese is so so, I think it helps to know a few phrases to help keep things smooth.

    These are my experiences so far with Uber. I am happy to answer any questions if anyone wants to know anything. Cheers!

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