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Where To Buy Jr Pass In Nyc


Where To Buy Jr Pass In Nyc

We chose the flexible four-day pass. What this means is you can travel all across the island on any of its JR-affiliated trains and buses within a 10-day period. You basically get to travel as much as you want within four lots of 24 hour periods.

It is a little pricey, though, with this four-day flexible pass costing 22,000, so it may not be worth it depending on your plans. But you will save money if exploring Hokkaido at a fast pace is what you want to do!

This pass is good for the beaches of Shirahama to the south, the incredible Buddhist complex of temples and winding old pilgrimage routes of Koya-san, the ancient temples of Kyoto, and the famous (and famously beautiful) 500-year-old castle at Himeji.

* Names you enter in purchase order MUST match names on passport including full middle name. Failure to do so will result in starting over your entire Japan Rail pass order. * Prices are subject to change without notice* Child 5 years of age and under not requiring a seat is free of charge.

If you are focusing on a particular part of Japan, you can use a regional pass and travel by an even more economical deal. It is highly recommended for the travelers that have limited time to visit all over Japan, or that would rather focus on a specific region.

Use Suica on the train, metro, buses and shopping in vending machines and convenient stores! Because of the taxing, Suica is cheaper to ride trains than buying a paper ticket, and it saves you a lot of time not having to worry about how and where to get tickets.

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.

It depends on the country. We dispatch within 1 business day to the UK, US, Canada, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and more. For a full list of countries see:

Bullet trains are synonymous with Japan: the shinkansen trains are known for their comfort, punctuality, sleek design and incredible speed. The golden route of the Tokaido Shinkansen, running between Tokyo and Kyoto and offering unparalleled views of Mt Fuji, is incredibly popular with tourists. But since a one-way ticket can run up to 13,000 or more, most opt for the JR Pass, which is available only to tourists from overseas. The money-saving pass allows unlimited travel on Japan Railways lines plus local JR trains for 7, 14 or 21 consecutive days. It's quite a steal, especially if you're planning a whirlwind trip across the country.

Prices for the online JR Pass reservation are 33,610 for the 7-day pass, 52,960 for the 14-day pass, and 66,200 for the 21-day pass. Passes including Green Car access (first-class reserved seats) are little more, and children aged 6 to 11 get their JR Pass for 50 percent of the adult fare.

Do note this online process is actually more expensive than the price offered at the authorised sellers outside of Japan, by 3,960 to 5,750 depending on the type of pass. Nevertheless, it's still more convenient and cheaper than buying a shinkansen ticket at local prices, especially if you're planning your rail travel last minute. The official JR Pass reservation website will open on June 1.

For a limited time only, you can buy a Japan Rail Pass from certain train stations and airports in Japan. Travelers should be aware it is more expensive to buy a JR Pass in Japan than to purchase the pass online.

Aside from being cheaper, buying your JR Pass online is much more convenient. You can have the JR Exchange Order delivered to your home address or at an address of your choosing in Japan. You can also avoid queuing to buy your pass and enjoy


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