Buy your Japan Rail Pass with for the lowest price online – a direct purchase from the Japan Rail website, including a fast and free delivery and a travel guide throughout Japan using the rail system. Our J r pass price 2021: 7 Days – € 230/307. 14 Days – € 367/497. 21 Days – € 469/647.
The Japan Rail Pass provides unlimited travel on the entire national JR network, including the high speed bullet train lines. Travel at your own pace with unlimited freedom to explore Japan.
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JAPAN RAIL PASS, a joint offering of the six companies comprising the Japan Railways Group (JR Group), is the most economical means of travelling throughout Japan by rail.
The Japan Rail Pass (also known as JR Pass) is a multi-use ticket which offers incredible value for money. It is valid for journeys on all JR national trains including Shinkansen bullet trains and Narita Express trains. Passengers can select a pass which is valid for 7, 14 or 21 days and there is the option of Standard Pass or a Green Pass (first class).
Japanese passports are issued to Japanese citizens to facilitate international travel. With 193 visa-free travels, it is the strongest passport in the world.
Japanese words for pass include パス, 峠, 通る, 通り過ぎる, 過ぎる, 追い越す, 過ごす, 経る, 過ぎ去る and 経つ. Find more Japanese words at ...
The Japan Bus Pass is a pass for long distance travel in Japan for budget travelers who do not mind sleeping on the bus. If used effectively, it can reduce the cost of transportation to very low levels, e.g. around 3,000 yen for a trip from Tokyo to Hiroshima (a regular train ticket costs around 18,000 yen).
The JR Pass is the ideal travel solution and the best way to travel throughout Japan by train. With a Japan Rail Pass, you can travel without restriction on the Japan Railways network for 7, 14 or 21 days. Japan Rail has a network of more than 20.000 km spanning Japan from north to south, the JR Pass allows you to go almost anywhere.
The Japan Rail Pass can be used only by short term visitors to Japan, who enter Japan as "temporary visitors". It can also be used by Japanese nationals who can prove that they have been permanently residing abroad for at least the past ten years.