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help to decide 7 or 14 days pass

19 days ago
2 responses

Not sure if would save me money or not by going with the 14 day JR Pass.

Should I get only the 7 days JRPass and activate it on day 10?

My itinerary is:

Day 1: Arrival at Haneda
Day 2: Tokyo
Day 3: Tokyo
Day4: Tokyo - Disney
Day 5: Tokyo Disney Sea
Day 6: Go to Fujikawaguchiko and sleep there
Day 7: Go to Kyoto
Day 8: Kyoto
Day 9: Kyoto
Day 10: Go to Osaka
Day 11: Osaka
Day 12: Osaka - Universal Studios
Day 13: Osaka - Round trip to Nara
Day 14: Osaka - Round trip to Kobe
Day 15: Osaka - Round trip to Hiroshima+Miyajima
Day 16: Go back to Tokyo
Day 17: Tokyo
Day 18: Tokyo - go to Haneda Airport

Appreciate any thoughts and inputs.

Thank you!

17208 posts
18 days ago

Hi there,

I do think a 14-day JR Pass is the better option here. This because the routes to Kyoto, Hiroshima and Tokyo will cost the most, but are more than 7 days apart.

Kind regards,

2 posts
15 days ago

Thanks for the answer.
Do you think it's easier to go back to tokyo by bus (from Fujikawaguchiko) to get the shinkansen to Kyoto? Or should I try to go somewhere else from Kawaguchiko to go to Kyoto?

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