Japan Rail Pass – 7 days £185 NOW

The JAPAN RAIL PASS (JR Pass) is a special ticket that is available only to travellers visiting Japan from foreign countries for sight-seeing. The Japan Rail Pass gives tourists unlimited travel on all JR trains across Japan, including the Shinkansen Bullet Trains, which is an experience in itself! If you are travelling to Japan and looking to explore the entire country freely, the Japan Rail Pass is renowned to be the best choice.

 Japan Rail Pass includes:

  • JR Trains (shinkansen, local trains,limited express trains, express trains, and rapid trains) *Please note JR Pass is not valid on Nozomi and Mizuho trains
  • Tokyo Monorail from/to Haneda airport
  • Certain non-JR trains that lead to JR lines
  • Local JR buses
  • JR Ferry to Miyajima

    *Green car seats refer to first class seating that are very popular to foreigners for its comfort and a good value. The Green Car provides spacious seats that recline, a foot rest and space to rest your legs.It also features travel magazines, larger windows, radio sets, and luggage space that are commonly known to be limited in ordinary seating areas

Why Is Japan Rail Pass Good?

The Japan Rail Pass can save a lot of money for long distance travellers. It is offered just for foreigners, and is a much better deal than what Japanese people are accustomed to paying. The pass is convenient, flexible, and are available for seat reservations. Japan Rail Passes also allows travellers not to have to buy a ticket every time prior to their train ride. Other than the fact ViaJapan offers the cheapest JR Pass price, see why ViaJapan is the traveller's choice!

Or select a specific region you want to travel with the Regional JR Pass

    Types of Regional JR Pass:

      JR Hokkaido Pass
      JR East Pass
      JR Central Pass
      JR Shikoku Pass
      JR West Pass
      JR Kyushu Pass

Why Choose H.I.S. / ViaJapan?

By booking through ViaJapan, trading name of H.I.S., Europe Ltd., not only will you have a better price,but you will also have access to Japan's H.I.S. Tourist Information Center, meaning they can be of your support if ever necessary.There are Tourist Information Center branches in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, and one newly opened in Nagoya.The H.I.S. Tourist Information Center is recognised from the Japanese government,and therefore can be relied with trustworthy information.