Many researchers have been seeking ways to solve traffic problems. Also, some countries, especially Japan, will face an unprecedented situation, with fewer children and an aging society. Thus, new eco-friendly and universal mobility are expected. In order to evaluate new mobility and transportation system, it is necessary to perform experiments under real world condition as a pilot study. We performed technology evaluations and demonstration experiments for personal mobility with Tsukuba city, which is a local city in Japan. In this paper, one of the experiments is explained. We proposed a personal mobility sharing system using two kinds of two-wheel and self-balancing vehicles. The proposed experiment is one of the pilot programs, and its result is valuable for evaluating the social receptivity, safety, and efficiency of a mobility sharing system. These experimental data are utilized to construct simulation model on transportation study for the purpose of exploring the capability of these kinds of system as a future transportation.