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tokyo wide pass to nokogiriyama in chiba

Tokyo Wide Pass to Nokogiriyama in chiba

Dear daniel,

We're planning to take tokyo wide pass as our main pass in tokyo area. This is our plan for using it:
Day1. Asagaya » hitachi seaside park » odaiba » asagaya
Day2. Asagaya » kawaguchiko » shibuya »asagaya
Day3. Asagaya » nikko » tokyo tower » akihabara » asagaya.
- It's all covered by TWP right? - How long does it take fr asagaya to hitachi, asagaya to kawaguchiko, and asagaya to nikko?

I also just read about NOKOGIRIYAMA in chiba, is this place also covered by TWP?
Address: Inside Nihon-ji Temple, 184 Motona, Kyonan-machi, Awa-gun, Chiba *Access: Hama-Kanaya or Hota Station (JR Uchibo line)
※If you want to take the ropeway, get off at Hama-Kanaya Station and walk along Route 127 towards Tateyama for 8 minutes
※If you want to go through the temple's front entrance, take the promenade from Hota Station.

Please advise,
Thank you..


Hello there,

Yes, this area is included in the JR Tokyo Wide Pass. Note that places like Odaiba and Asakusa don't have close by JR stations and may still need use of different transport.

Nokogiriyama can be reached using the Wide Pass.

For travel times, I recommend learning to plan with Hyperdia this way you can find any route/timetable and more. It's a great tool for planning with the JR Pass. We also have a useful interactive map with all JR lines included.

Hope this helps,


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