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PACKAGE WITH ACCOMMODATION
Visit Hida Takayama, Gifu, by Shinkansen from Tokyo東京 2 daysお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Enjoy a 2-Day Tour at Mt. Fuji, Hakone and Kyoto from Tokyo!東京 2 daysお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
1 Night Stay at Hotel Monterey Kyoto (Early Tokyo Departure)東京 2 daysお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Round-trip bullet train ticket and one night stay in Osaka!東京 2 daysお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Enjoy a 2-Days Hiroshima & Kurashiki Tour from Osaka!京都 2 daysお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Enjoy a 2-Days Hiroshima & Kurashiki Tour from Kyoto!京都 2 daysお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Ride Shinkansen and the Old-Fashioned Train Oykot in Nagano!長野 2 daysお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Wash Away your Aches with an overnight stay in Wakura Onsen!石川 2 daysお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
PACKAGE WITH A DAY TOUR
Day trip to Hiroshima from Osaka by Shinkansen (guided tour)広島 8 hoursお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Day trip to Kanazawa from Tokyo with a guide by Shinkansen東京 6 hoursお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Cruise Along Lake Ashi and Visit Mt. Fuji & Hakone!神奈川 13 hoursお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Sightsee on Kyoto Tour via Shinkansen from Tokyo to Kyoto東京 17.5 hoursお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Day trip to Nagoya from Tokyo by Shinkansen (guided tour)東京 4 hoursお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Day trip to Fukuoka from Osaka with a guide by Shinkansen大阪 2.5 hoursお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Day trip to Odawara/Hakone from Tokyo by Shinkansen東京 35 minutesお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
Day trip to Osaka from Tokyo with a guide by Shinkansen大阪 6 hoursお気に入りへ追加 お気に入りから外すFrom
BULLET TRAIN MAP
The Shinkansen bullet train connects most major cities in Japan, which makes it very convenient for sightseeing trips. Be sure to try the bullet train at least once during your travel to Japan!BOOK BULLET TRAIN TICKETS
HOW CAN WE HELP?
How to read Shinkansen tickets?
What stations should I use for my departure and arrival?
The stations depend on the cities you will depart from and arrive at. Please check the routes listed above to see all the stations that are on bullet train lines.
Can I choose the exact bullet train I want for my tickets?
The bullet train schedule varies depending on the day, time of day, and route. When you make your booking, please chose your preferred departure date/time so we can buy tickets for the train that best matches your schedule.
Is it possible to change the time slot after I make my booking?
It's possible to exchange your ticket for a different time slot if you make the change before your current ticket date/time at a JR help desk in any major JR station.
Are there 2 tickets per person for one way?
There are two tickets per person for one way. One is a normal ticket and the other one is an express ticket. When you pass through the ticket gate at the JR station, you will be required to insert both tickets in the machine at the same time.
What is a designated seat?
Designated seats are reserved seats. Your seat will be specified on your ticket.
Can I still use my ticket if I miss my train time?
In case you miss the exact train for your ticket, your ticket is still valid for a non-designed seat on a later train on the same day only. Your tickets are invalid and cannot be used the following day after your ticket date.
Is there a timetable for the bullet train?
The bullet train schedule varies depending on the day, time of day, and route. However for most routes, the bullet train runs every 10-15 minutes. When you make your booking, please choose your preferred departure date/time so we can buy tickets for the train that best matches your schedule.
Is it possible to bring luggage on the bullet train?
There is luggage space between each car on the train, but please note the space is limited. In addition, there is space to put smaller luggage in overhead luggage compartments.
Ekiben are bento lunch boxes sold at Shinkansen stations. It is a common practice in Japan to have a delicious meal while watching the beautiful scenery from the train window. You can buy ekiben from the stations or on the platform. Each different place offers different local tastes. Have a casual lunch with ekiben during your long-distance train ride!