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7 or 14 days' railpass?

Ige
Ige
over 1 year ago
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Dear Daniel,
Our travel plans in Japan date from October 27 November 11:
Narita-Tokyo (Tokyo 4 days)
Subway travels wtihin Tokyo
Tokyo-Nikko round trip
Tokyo-Mitaka rond trip
Tokyo-Kanazawa
Kanazawa-Hiroshima
Hiroshima- Miyajima round trip
Hiroshima-Onomishi round trip
Hiroshima-Okayama
Okayama- Naoshima round trip
Okayama-Kyoto
Kyoto-Nara round trip
Kyoto-Lake Biva round trip
Kyoto- Ishiyamadera round trip
Kyoto- Osaka (Kansai airport)
Please notify me if any of these stretches are not valid for a railpass.
Kindest Regards

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Daniel-san
12217 posts
over 1 year ago
Expert button 2

Hello there,

The JR Pass covers as good as all of your travel here.

If we would do a bit of nit picking then the Tokyo Metro is not included (but you can use the JR in many cases) and Ishiyamadera is better accessed by Keihan railway from Kyoto but you can also the JR to Ishiyama and walk the last bit (about 1.2KM, or use the Keihan from there).

In short, the JR Pass is work great with your travel!

Hope this helps,
Daniel


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