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JR EAST PASS


PASS East

JR East Pass

The JR East Pass allows you to travel from Tokyo as far as Nagano, Niigata, Shinjo, Akita and Aomori on the bullet trains as well as all other JR East lines at a reduced price thanks to unlimited access for 5 flexible days.

The flexible Pass, which is valid for 14 days, allows you to choose 5 days of use, from the day of exchange.
It is an ideal alternative for those wishing to take their time to visit.

A child price (6 to 11 years of age) is available for this pass.
Access to trains is free for accompanied infants aged 5 years or under.  Japanese passport holders can NOT use this pass.
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EAST REGION

Start your journey comfortably from Narita Airport by taking the Narita Express to Tokyo. The pass gives you access to JR lines in central Tokyo, including the famous Yamanote Line, the circular line, which connects the key districts of the capital, such as Shibuya, Shinjuku as well as Ueno and Tokyo

Next, make a stop at Nikko to visit the Nikko Tosho-gu, a magnificent shrine dedicated to then Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, or choose to climb Mount Fuji. Finally, head for Kamakura to admire the imposing Daibutsu (Giant Buddha), and if you travel during summer, enjoy its black sand beaches.

With the pass, you can also go to Tokyo Disney Resort and Disney Sea.

Other Regional passes :

Order your National JR Pass.


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40473 Reviews eKomi

05/23/19
Sam N.
(5/5)

Very efficient. Package at the hotel as promised. Everything worked. Great having internet everywhere in Tokyo all the time. Return could not be easier.

05/23/19
Davide N.
(4/5)

Very usefull, maybe more clear instruction on how to book train and difference within *** *** (a map perhaps to be sent with the metro system in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka?)

05/23/19
Sergey S.
(4/5)

In general it's absolutely ok, but I have some comments. 1. It's not convenient to show every time JR pass to the station staff. 2. It would be more convenient if I could choose periods of use by day and not by week. 3. It's not convenient when I have no ability to go to Nikko by direct train.

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