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dr.richardholt@gmail.com
dr.richardholt@gmail.com
over 1 year ago
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Does three hours at the Tokyo Narita airport, waiting to change planes, constitute "entry" in to Japan as far as the Rail Pass is concerned?

I will be flying from the USA through Narita to Taipei, then coming back a couple weeks later to spend two weeks in Japan, and will want to activate my Rail Pass at that time.

When I fly through Narita the first time, I will be arriving on one airline and leaving on another, so I will need to re-check my luggage, and will probably have to go through customs — but I don't want the Rail Pass to count that as an "entry" into Japan.

Thank you.

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Daniel-san
12232 posts
over 1 year ago
Expert button 2

Hi there,

This situation does not impact the JR Pass. The most important thing is that when you do enter Japan, that you will be entering using a single tourist visa.

Hope this helps,
Daniel


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