Voyagin JR Passes

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For great value passes to explore Japan at a fraction of the normal cost, choose the JR Pass to match your travel plans!

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  • Oliver Oliver

    JR East Pass Nagano & Niigata Area – Flexible 5 Day Pass

    JR East Pass Nagano & Niigata Area – Flexible 5 Day Pass I was only in Japan for four days or so but knew that on one of those days I'd be heading out to Nagano prefecture to visit a fairly obscure car museum there. Getting a full JR pass didn't make sense but the cheaper JR East Pass was a perfect fit. It was super easy to pick up at the JR East office in Haneda Airport on my arrival and then just as easy to use for arranging my train rides. Station staff were very helpful in reserving seats for me on the Chuo Line Limited Express to get to Okaya where the museum was then another train on to Nagano City where I grabbed the Shinkansen back to Tokyo, fulfilling a desire I'd had for a long time to ride a bullet train. Of course it was also useful when hopping on and off the Yamanote Line in Tokyo and the Keihin-Tohoku line when I headed to Yokohama as well. I just wish I'd had an extra day on my Japan trip to explore Niigata as well.

  • Maria del Pilar Maria del Pilar

    JR Pass – 7, 14, or 21 Days Unlimited Rail Travel in Japan

    JR Pass – 7, 14, or 21 Days Unlimited Rail Travel in Japan Used it for 7 days !! From Tokyo to Uno port in the south of Japan without a hitch!! Remember to buy a Suica or pasmo card to have access to al the subway lines!! That way you’re all set to travel across Japan to your hearts content!!!

  • ian ian

    JR Pass – 7, 14, or 21 Days Unlimited Rail Travel in Japan

    JR Pass – 7, 14, or 21 Days Unlimited Rail Travel in Japan Lots of people seem stressed about the cost of this pass, worrying they aren't getting their money's worth. If your trip meets the following criteria you should absolutely get this pass:

    * riding the shinkansen more than twice per week
    * riding local trains for day trips
    * riding the metro in tokyo
    * you value simplicity over penny-pinching
    * you would rather not have to figure out the minute details of the japanese rail system

    basically, if you can afford this pass and think you'll get a little bit of use out of it, i think it's worth it. the flexibility of being able to hop on any JR train without planning ahead is super valuable, and the train attendants can always help you figure out which trains are eligible.

    that being said, the Japanese rail system is complex enough that i wish i had done some more research on the terminology before i showed up. there are lots of express trains that share the same tracks and stations as the local trains, and google maps doesn't do a good job of distinguishing between them.

  • Ashli Ashli

    JR Pass – 7, 14, or 21 Days Unlimited Rail Travel in Japan

    JR Pass – 7, 14, or 21 Days Unlimited Rail Travel in Japan We were traveling from Tokyo to Kyoto, with a stop in Hakone. The JR pass was worth it to us, and was pretty convenient. You sometimes had to deal with lines getting in/out of the gates, but they moved quickly. Also had free reservations, which is great when you are going during a peak season.

  • Michael Michael

    JR Pass – 7, 14, or 21 Days Unlimited Rail Travel in Japan

    JR Pass – 7, 14, or 21 Days Unlimited Rail Travel in Japan Really a great idea if you are leaving Tokyo
    One trip to Kyoko or Osaka and you pay for it.
    Also we stayed a little south of town (where the subway doesn’t run) and we used it on the JR Rails a lot
    Delivered right to our home in the states.
    We arrived and were given the option to “activate” a few days later
    Used the Shibuya station ,,, less crazy than Tokyo Station. Really convenient

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