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10 days trip to Japan

pandaping
pandaping
over 2 years ago
3 responses

I am planing a trip to Japan but I don't know I should purchase a 7 days or 14 days pass.

I intend to go

Day 1 - arrive tokyo mornig 0740hrs and head down to Kyoto
Day 2 - kyoto to hiroshiman (rabbit island)
Day 3 - kyoto
Day 4 - 10 - Tokyo

This is my first time to Japan. Should I add in more itinery or that is enough and worth using the jr pass.

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Daniel-san
12232 posts
over 2 years ago
Expert button 2

Hello there,

Okunoshima is the name of the rabbit island by going there and by going to Kyoto, you can make good savings with a 7 day JR Pass. Given that you return to Tokyo within this period of time.

I would also recommend a visit to Hiroshima, since you'll be in the area. Miyajima and the peace memorial park are visits well worth making.

Hope this helps,
Daniel

Toraneko
Toraneko
1318 posts
over 2 years ago

Hi,

A 7 day pass would provide you with better value.
To go to Okunoshima you need to go to JR Tadanoumi station, then take a 12 minute ferry. There is some info on schedules here. I'd also recommend seeing Hiroshima/Miyajima, plus since you are traveling down south for so long, Kyoto is worth at least 2 days, and Nara for at least half a day.
While in the Tokyo area you can also enhance the value of your pass by taking a day trip to Nikko, and seeing Kamakura/Enoshima are well worth it too.

pandaping
pandaping
3 posts
over 2 years ago

Thank you so much Daniel and Toaneko for the advice.

Sorry that there is a change of my itinerary so I require your advice again.

Day 1 - arrive tokyo mornig 0740hrs

          head down to Hiroshima
          tour around Hiroshima

Day 2 - Okunoshima to rabbit island

          go to mt fuji (Can I take JR train there and how long?)

Day 3 - Mt Fuji
Day 4 - 10 - Tokyo

Toraneko
Toraneko
1318 posts
over 2 years ago

Hi,

For the Mt. Fuji area, there is both Hakone and the Fuji 5 Lakes Area - you can pick one, or go to see both if you like, but they are on opposite sides of the mountain. You can't get there by a JR Pass - only part way. See the info links on each for more info.

Good luck!

pandaping
pandaping
3 posts
over 2 years ago

Thanks Toraneko.


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