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A Regional Japan Rail Pass is a highly cost-effective rail pass for exclusive use by foreign tourists, allowing unlimited travel on Japan Railways (JR) lines within a particular region of Japan. Each regional pass covers different areas and offers a range of validity periods to match your travel needs. We offer all kinds of available Regional Passes by JR. If you can’t find the pass you’re looking for in the list below, feel free to contact us and we’ll issue the Regional Pass manually for you.

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JR Hokkaido

Hokkaido Rail Pass

The Hokkaido Rail Pass is a travel pass that allows you to travel as much as you want within Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island known for its breathtaking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Hokkaido is famous for its stunning national parks, winter sports facilities, and the world-renowned Sapporo Snow Festival that takes place every winter. With the Hokkaido Rail Pass, you’ll have access to limited express trains, express trains, and local trains on the JR Hokkaido lines, and even certain bus routes. This pass provides an excellent opportunity to explore all that Hokkaido has to offer at your own pace.

This pass can be bought for 5 or 7 days.

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JR West & JR East

Hokuriku Arch Pass

The Osaka Tokyo Hokuriku Arch Pass is a rail pass that permits unlimited travel between Tokyo and the Hokuriku region, including Kanazawa, Toyama, Osaka, and Kyoto. This pass is ideal for those who want to explore the Sea of Japan coastline, Tokyo’s bustling urban life, and the traditional cities of Kyoto and Osaka. It covers travel on the Hokuriku Shinkansen and conventional JR lines in the Kansai region, providing an efficient and economical way to see a significant part of Japan, from Tokyo to Kyoto and Kanazawa.

This pass can be bought for 7 days.

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JR Shikoku

All Shikoku Rail Pass

This pass offers unrestricted travel throughout Shikoku, Japan’s smallest main island. Shikoku is well-known for its 88 Temple Pilgrimage, the stunning Iya Valley, and the whirlpools of Naruto. The pass provides unlimited access to all JR Shikoku lines, including limited express trains, local trains, and some bus lines.

This pass can be bought for 3, 4, 5 or 7 days.

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JR West

Kansai WIDE Area Pass

This pass offers travel to not only the Kansai Area but also other popular destinations such as Okayama and Wakayama, providing a wider range of exploration opportunities. From the historical landmarks in Kansai to the stunning natural landscapes in Okayama, this pass lets you experience more of Western Japan. It includes unlimited rides on local and rapid JR West trains, non-reserved seats on express trains, and selected Shinkansen within the covered area.

This pass can be bought for 5 days.

Kyoto urban area
JR West

Kansai Area Pass

This pass is perfect for travelers who want to explore the cities of Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, and Osaka in the Kansai region, which is known as the heartland of Japanese culture. Kansai boasts of historic landmarks, delectable cuisine, and vibrant city life. This pass allows you to take unlimited rides on local and rapid JR West trains within the designated area, as well as on some bus routes.

This pass can be bought for 1, 2, 3 or 4 days.

Snow wall road
JR Central & JR East

Alpine-Takayama-Matsumoto Area Tourist Pass

This pass provides unlimited access to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, Takayama, and Matsumoto. It covers JR trains, buses, and other transportation, including Toyama Chiho Railway, Tateyama Cable Car, Kurobe Cable Car, Tateyama Tunnel Trolley Bus, Tateyama Ropeway, Ogizawa-Kurobe Dam route bus, and Alpico Transport between Shinano-Omachi and Matsumoto. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, it is managed by JR Central and JR East, but note that its validity may vary depending on the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route’s operation, which is typically closed in winter.

This pass can be bought for 5 days.

White old temple
JR West

Sanyo-San'in Area Pass

This pass enables you to travel throughout Western Honshu, including the Chugoku and San’in regions. You’ll have the opportunity to explore a variety of attractions, such as Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park, Okayama’s Koraku-en Garden, and Tottori’s sand dunes. The pass provides unlimited access to the Sanyo Shinkansen (non-reserved seats), local JR lines, as well as selected non-JR lines and ferries.

This pass can be bought for 7 days.

mt fuji mountain
JR Central

Mt. Fuji-Shizuoka Area Tourist Pass Mini

This pass is perfect for those who want to admire the breathtaking Mount Fuji, as well as explore the stunning prefecture of Shizuoka. The region offers a variety of experiences, from the stunning panoramic views of the Fuji Five Lakes, to the charming green tea plantations of Shizuoka, and the picturesque coastline along the Izu Peninsula. With so many adventures to be had, the possibilities are endless.

This pass can be bought for 3 days.

Hiroshima bomb ruins
JR West

Setouchi Area Pass

If you’re planning to explore the Setouchi region, you can get an unlimited travel pass that covers Hiroshima, Okayama, and the islands of the Seto Inland Sea. This pass includes all local and rapid JR West trains in the area, non-reserved seats on express trains, the Sanyo Shinkansen between Shin-Osaka and Hiroshima, and some ferry routes in the Seto Inland Sea.

This pass can be bought for 7 days.

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JR Kyushu

All Kyushu Area Pass

Kyushu, the third-largest and most southerly of Japan’s main islands, is perfect for an immersive experience. You can revel in the volcanic landscapes of Aso, relax in the hot springs of Beppu, and journey through Nagasaki’s deep history. The Regional Pass exchange voucher can be purchased with very short notice, as it is sent over email and not physically. This is an added bonus for travelers looking for convenience.

This pass can be bought for 3, 5 or 7 days.

Tokyo tower at night
JR East

Tokyo Wide Pass

This pass is specifically designed to offer unlimited travel within the Kanto region, which includes Tokyo and its neighboring prefectures such as Chiba, Kanagawa, and Saitama. Whether you are seeking the excitement of Tokyo’s bustling streets or the tranquility of Nikko’s serene landscapes, Kanto offers a perfect blend of ultra-modern and traditional Japan. The pass enables you to take unlimited rides on JR East lines (including Shinkansen) within the designated area, as well as selected non-JR lines.


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JR West

Hokuriku Area Pass

This pass offers unlimited travel in the Hokuriku region, which includes the areas of Niigata, Toyama, and Ishikawa. With this pass, you can explore the beautiful Kenrokuen Garden in Kanazawa, visit the art museums in Niigata, and enjoy the breathtaking coastal views of the Noto Peninsula. The pass covers all JR East lines in the region, including the Hokuriku Shinkansen, as well as some local bus lines.

This pass can be bought for 4  days.

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JR Shikoku

Kagawa Mini Rail & Ferry Pass

If you’re planning to explore Kagawa Prefecture, which is famous for its delicious udon noodles, charming island towns, and the beautiful Ritsurin Garden, then the Kagawa Mini Rail & Ferry Pass is the perfect choice for you. This pass offers unlimited travel on all local and rapid JR Shikoku trains within Kagawa Prefecture, the Kotoden Line, and the Takamatsu-Kotohira Electric Railroad. Moreover, the pass includes unlimited ferry rides to Shodoshima, a picturesque island that is well-known for its olive gardens and soy sauce production.

This pass can be bought for 2 days.

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JR West

Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass

This pass is ideal for travelers who wish to explore the Kansai region and Hiroshima. It offers unlimited travel within these areas, allowing visitors to explore historic cities such as Kyoto and Nara, experience the bustling city of Osaka, and visit the peace memorials in Hiroshima. The pass covers all local and rapid JR West trains in the region, non-reserved seats on express trains, and the Sanyo Shinkansen between Shin-Osaka and Hiroshima.

This pass can be bought for 5 days.

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JR West

Okayama-Hiroshima-Yamaguchi Area Pass

This pass provides a comprehensive travel experience between Okayama city and Hiroshima’s attractions, as well as Yamaguchi’s lush landscapes. You can explore Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter and Korakuen Garden in Okayama, visit Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Museum, admire the stunning Itsukushima Shrine on Miyajima Island, and explore the beautiful Kintaikyo Bridge in Iwakuni.

This pass can be bought for 5 days.

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JR Kyushu

Northern Kyushu Area Pass

Focusing on the northern region of Kyushu, this pass covers cities such as Fukuoka, known for its bustling Hakata station and ancient temples, and Saga, famous for its ceramics and hot air balloon festival.

This pass can be bought for 3 or 5 days.

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JR Kyushu

Southern Kyushu Area Pass

Dive into Kyushu’s southern territories, visiting cities like Kagoshima under the shadow of Sakurajima volcano and Miyazaki with its coastal charm and spiritual shrines.

This pass can be bought for 3 days.

death valley
JR Hokkaidō

Sapporo-Noboribetsu Area Pass

This pass is perfect for those looking for a blend of city life and the rejuvenating experience of hot springs. It connects Sapporo and Noboribetsu, offering a range of attractions. Sapporo boasts urban charms like Odori Park, the Clock Tower, and the former Hokkaido government office building. Meanwhile, Noboribetsu is known for the therapeutic hot spring waters of Jigokudani (Hell Valley).

This pass can be bought for 4 days.

skiing sapporo moutnains
JR Hokkaidō

Sapporo-Furano Area Pass

This pass is perfect for nature lovers as it allows them to experience both Sapporo’s city attractions and Furano’s countryside charm. Beyond Sapporo’s bustling cityscape lies Furano, with its stunning scenery, flower fields, and ski resorts. 

This pass can be bought for 4 days.

JR West-Kyushu

Sanyo-San'in-Northern Kyushu Pass

This pass allows you to explore the cultural-rich San’in region, the sunny coasts of Sanyo, and the warm, inviting landscapes of Northern Kyushu. You can visit historic sights in Hiroshima, art islands in Setouchi, and the vibrant city of Fukuoka in Kyushu. With this pass, you can have an eclectic mix of experiences.

This pass can be bought for 7 days.

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JR West

Kansai-Hokuriku Area Pass

This pass covers a vast area from the culturally diverse Kansai region to the scenic coastal region of Hokuriku. It offers access to popular attractions such as Kyoto’s golden pavilion, Osaka’s lively streets, and Kanazawa’s geisha districts. The Hokuriku region, famous for its seafood, handicrafts, and exceptional coastal culture, is worth exploring on its own.

This pass can be bought for 7 days.

temple grounds
JR Central-West

Ise-Kumano-Wakayama Area Tourist Pass

Discover the spiritual heart of Japan by visiting the Ise Grand Shrine, one of Shinto’s holiest sites, hiking the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trails, and experiencing the coastal beauty and hot springs of Wakayama.

This pass can be bought for 5 days.

old japanese town
JR Central-West

Takayama-Hokuriku Area Tourist Pass

Venture into mountainous Takayama and Hokuriku regions for heritage, alpine vistas, and coastal cultures.

This pass can be bought for 5 days.

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JR EAST - South Hokkaido Rail Pass

This pass splendidly connects the lively city of Tokyo to the tranquil, nature-filled island of Hokkaido. You can explore the historic temples of Nikko, get lost in the dynamic atmosphere of Sendai, marvel at Hakodate’s stunning night views, and finally, indulge in the cosmopolitan allure of Sapporo. This journey offers a perfect blend of urban experiences and natural retreats.

This pass can be bought for 6 days.

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JR Tohoku-South Hokkaido Rail Pass

This pass is perfect for those who want to explore the natural wonders and historical sites of Tohoku before heading to southern Hokkaido. You can wander through the beautiful areas of Aomori, Iwate, and Fukushima, and enjoy attractions such as the Nebuta Festival and the picturesque Tanesashi Coast. Once you reach Hokkaido, you can visit the famous cities of Hakodate and Sapporo.

This pass can be bought for 6 days.

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JR West

San'in-Okayama Area Pass

This pass offers unlimited travel in the San’in and Okayama areas, allowing you to explore the stunning sand dunes in Tottori, the magnificent Izumo Grand Shrine in Shimane, and the beautiful Koraku-en Garden in Okayama. The pass covers all local and rapid JR West trains in the area, as well as non-reserved seats on express trains.

This pass can be bought for 4 days.

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Why a regional pass?

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Unlimited Rides

With a regional pass in your hands, enjoy the freedom of unlimited rides across designated JR trains, buses, and ferries. It’s not just a pass, but a ticket to hassle-free and boundless exploration across various areas.

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Our passes present an economical solution compared to regular tickets, offering substantial savings for those plotting multiple long-distance journeys. Enjoy more travel freedom at lower costs, making your adventures budget-friendly and all the more enjoyable.

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Experience ultimate flexibility with our wide range of validity periods to fulfil your travel plans. Depending on the specific regional pass, you can choose from durations ranging from a quick 2-day excursion to an extended 14-day adventure. This versatility allows you to tailor your travel experience to suit your schedule and preferences, ensuring a trip that’s perfectly timed to your unique itinerary.

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Eliminate the hassle of frequent ticket purchases during your travels. With our convenient pass system, all it takes is a quick display of your pass and you’re immediately set for your journey. This user-friendly solution not only saves time and effort, but also lets you focus on what truly matters – enjoying your travel experience to the fullest. It’s effortless, efficient, and designed with your convenience in mind. Simply show your pass, and let the adventure begin.

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Special Offers

Unlock an abundance of discounts and exclusive deals with our service, granting you access to select shops, hotels, and top-rated tourist facilities across various regions. It’s more than just a saving scheme; it’s your passport to explore hidden gems, enjoy quality accommodations, and experience authentic local culture, all while ensuring your budget remains intact. Embrace the opportunity to turn your journey into an economical yet enriching adventure.

Frequently asked questions

JR Pass covers nationwide travel on Japan Railways (JR) network, while regional passes are limited to specific regions or areas within Japan.

Yes, you can purchase multiple JR Passes, but they must be used consecutively within the validity period of each pass.

The JR Pass doesn’t cover non-JR trains, including private railways, subways, and trams in cities, nor does it include the Nozomi and Mizuho Shinkansen trains. Additionally, luxury train services and sleeper cars are also excluded.

The JR Pass offers unlimited travel across Japan on JR trains, suitable for exploring various regions. The JR East Pass focuses on Eastern Japan, ideal for travelers concentrating on areas like Tokyo and Tohoku. The main differences lie in geographic coverage and specific regional use.

For traveling from Osaka to Tokyo, the standard JR Pass is a great option as it covers the Shinkansen (bullet trains) that connect these two cities, offering flexibility and convenience for this popular route. This pass allows for extensive travel across the JR network in Japan, making it suitable for travelers planning to cover long distances.

Regional passes are special tickets that offer unlimited travel within a designated area or region of Japan, typically at a discounted rate compared to purchasing individual tickets.

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