3 Nights / 4 Days
Japan Rail Pass comprising the Japan Railways Group (JR Group), is an economical and convenient way of traveling throughout Japan by rail.
Eligibility for use:
Temporary Visitor entry status, according to Japanese Immigration Law, allows a stay in Japan of 15 days or 90 days for “sight-seeing, etc. “If you apply for a “stay for sight-seeing” when you enter Japan, entry personnel will stamp your passport as “Temporary Visitor,” as shown below.
In order to receive or use JAPAN RAIL PASS, your passport must bear this stamp or sticker OF ‘TEMPORARY VISITOR VISA
Japan Rail Pass is valid for Railways, Buses and Ferry Boats.
RAIL: All JR Group Railways-Shinkansen”bullet trains”(except any reserved or non-reserved seat on “NOZOMI” and “MIZUHO” trains) limited express trains, express trains, and rapid or local trains, and the BRT. (With some exceptions). JAPAN RAIL PASS holders can also use the Tokyo Monorail.
BUSES: Local lines of JR Bus (excluding some local lines. Pass validity for particular routes is subject to change.) (JR Bus : JR Hokkaido Bus, JR Bus Tohoku, JR Bus Kanto, JR Tokai Bus, West Japan JR Bus, Chugoku JR Bus, JR Shikoku Bus, JR Kyu
shu Bus). The PASS is not valid for travel on express bus routes operated by JR Bus.
FERRY: Only the JR-WEST Miyajima ferry is covered.
Hydrofoil ferry service operated by JR-KYUSHU between Hakata and Pusan (Korea) is not covered.
7-day | Adult – ¥39,600 | Child ¥19,800
14-day | Adult – ¥64,120 | Child ¥32,060
21-day | Adult – ¥83,390 | Child ¥41,690
7-day | Adult – ¥29,650 | Child ¥14,820
14-day | Adult – ¥47,250 | Child ¥23,620
21-day | Adult – ¥60,450 | Child ¥30,22
– All rates are in Japanese Yen and subject to change without prior notice
– Passengers may buy an Exchange Order from JTB Travels Pvt Ltd and exchange the same in Japan for a Japan Rail Pass
– The pass is valid from 3 months from the date of issue for travel of 7, 14, 21 consecutive days, respectively from the first day of use.
– After receiving your Japan Rail Pass, it is possible to make seat reservations at a ticket office
– Please note that during crowded periods you cannot be guaranteed a seat on a specific train. The periods when seat reservations are particularly difficult to secure are as follows:
– April 27 to May 6 On consecutive holidays during common travel seasons, some trains are crowded.
– August 10 to 19 During the Obon season, some trains are crowded with people returning to their hometowns.
– December 28 to January 6 The year end/New Year holiday period is the most popular travel time for Japanese people, for vacations and returns to hometown areas.
– Most of JR trains have standard (second class) cars, and many of the long-distance trains have Green (first class) Cars.
– You may use without paying any additional charges both standard cars and Green Cars with a Green Car pass and only standard cards with a standard car pass.
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