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  1. Beryl says:

    Hi Takeishi San,

    I have planned a trip to Hokkaido, unsure if I should buy the JR rail pass or so. Some of the itinerary are not fixed yet due to the tickets to be used is not confirmed still. Can you please give me your opinion regarding this? Many thanks!

    Domestic Flight to Sapporo

    1st day Sapporo Interest List:
    a) Hokkaido University
    b) Sapporo Station
    c) Sapporo Factory
    d) Sapporo Clock Tower
    e) Susukino Street

    2nd Day Sapporo Interest List:
    a) Nijo Market
    b) Odori Park
    c) Maruyama Park / Zoo? Necessary to go to the Maruyama zoo?
    d) Sapporo Beer Museum
    e) Shiroi Koibito Park
    f) The Historic Village of Hokkaido / or heading to Asahiyama Zoo will be better choice??

    3rd day from Sapporo to Otaru – Overnite at Otaru
    – Sapporo – Otaru Welcome Pass helps?

    4th day from Otaru back to Sapporo, heading to Lake Toya, overnight there..
    – Using donan bus?

    5th day Domestic Flight back to Tokyo

    • Hi Beryl san,

      JR Pass is not required to travel within Hokkaido only. If you take a train to Hokkaido, JR Pass gives you a huge deal. But you will take a flight to Hokkaido. You will not have many chances to take a train there.

      When you go to Otaru, single fare is 640 yen. Otaru welcome pass is sold at 1530 yen and valid only one day. Single fare is fine and much cheaper.

      For trip to Lake Toya, Donan bus is the best choice for you. You will not have any rail passes. This bus is only direct access. It’s no doubt that this is the best way.

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JP Rail

  2. Liling says:

    I am planning to buy the ICOCA card when I arrive in Japan. My trip will be 5 days in Osaka, 5 days in Kyoto and 6 days in Tokyo.

    My question is will I be able to use the ICOCA card on most of my train travel in these 3 places? And will I be able to do inter-city travel such as Osaka – Nara / Osaka – Kyoto / Kyoto to Tokya?

    Your help is very much appreciated! Thanks!

  3. Madhuri says:

    Konnichiwa
    Kansai hon:Nagoya,Hatta,Haruta,Kanie,Eiwa,Yatomi,Nagashima,Kuwana,Asahi,Tomida, Tomidahama,Yokkaichi,MinamiYokkaichi,Kawarada,Kawano,Kasado,Idagawa,Kameyama,
    Seki,Kabuto,Tsuge,Shindō,Sanagu,Iga-Ueno,Shimagahara,Tsukigaseguchi,Ōkawara, Kasagi,Kamo,Kizu,Narayama,Nara,Kōriyama,Yamato-Koizumi,Hōryūji,Ōji,Sangō,
    Kawachi-Katakami,Takaida,Kashiwara,Shiki,Yao,Kyūhōji,Kami,Hirano,Tōbushijōmae,
    Tennōji,Shin-Imamiya,Imamiya,JR Namba,
    Tōkaidō hon:Maibara,Hikone,Minami-Hikone,Kawase,Inae,Notogawa,Azuchi,Ōmi-Hachiman,
    Shinohara,Yasu,Moriyama,Rittō,Kusatsu,MinamiKusatsu,Seta,Ishiyama,Zeze,Ōtsu,Yamashina
    Kyōto,Nishiōji,Katsuragawa,Mukōmachi,Nagaokakyō,Yamazaki,Shimamoto,Takatsuki,Settsu-Tonda,Ibaraki,Senrioka,Kishibe,Suita,Higashi-Yodogawa,Shin-Ōsaka,Ōsaka,Tsukamoto,
    Amagasaki,Tachibana,Kōshienguchi,Nishinomiya,Sakura-Shukugawa,Ashiya,Kōnan-Yamate
    Settsu-Motoyama,Sumiyoshi,Rokkōmichi,Nada,Sannomiya,Motomachi,Kōbe,
    Hanwa Line:61.3 Km Tennōji,Bishōen,Minami-Tanabe,Tsurugaoka,
    Nagai,Abikochō,Sugimotochō,Asaka,Sakaishi,Mikunigaoka,Mozu,Uenoshiba,Tsukuno,Ōtori,
    Tonoki,Kita-Shinoda,Shinodayama,Izumi-Fuchū,Kumeda,Shimomatsu,Higashi-Kishiwada,
    Higashi-Kaizuka,Izumi-Hashimoto,Higashi-Sano,Kumatori,Hineno,Nagataki,
    Shinge,Izumi-Sunagawa,Izumi-Tottori,Yamanakadani,Kii,Musota,Kii-Nakanoshima,Wakayama
    Ōsaka kanjō/Osaka Loop line:21.7 Km
    Tennōji,Teradachō,Momodani,Tsuruhashi,Tamatsukuri,Morinomiya,Ōsakajō-kōen,Kyōbashi,Sakuranomiya,Temma,Ōsaka,Fukushima,Noda,Nishikujō,Bentenchō,
    Taishō,Ashiharaba,Imamiya,Shin-Imamiya,
    Fukuchiyama line:106.5 Km Ōsaka,Tsukaguchi,Inadera,Itami,Kita-Itami,Kawanishi-Ikeda,Nakayamadera,Takarazuka,Namaze,Nishinomiya-Najio,Takedao,Dōjō,Sanda,Shin-Sanda,Hirono,Aino,Aimoto,Kusano,Furuichi,Minami-Yashiro,Sasayamaguchi,Tamba-Ōyama,Shimotaki,Tanikawa Kaibara,Isō,Kuroi,Ichijima,Tamba-Takeda,Fukuchiyama
    Madhuri

  4. Beryl says:

    Hi Takeishi,

    I am going to Osaka with my family (including a 4 years old kid) end of this October for a short trip (5 days, 4 nite) and we will stay near to Nishinakajima-Minamikata Station.

    I have drafted the itinerary as below. Could you please give me your comment? Eg. If the plan is reasonable? Or I should group some of the places together? Should I purchase the JR Rail / Kansai Thru Pass? And the last one, any places to be recommended for my kid besides Universal Studio and Aquarium? I would like to squeeze it to my 4th day plan. Thanks.

    Arigatou Gozaimasu!

    Day 1
    ——–

    From KIX to Nishinakajima-Minamikata Station
    KIX (JR Train) = Osaka Station (Mido-Suji subway line, Umeda station) = Nishinakajima-minamikata. (Fee = ?)

    a) Osaka Castle (大阪城)
    Nishinakajimaminamigata (Osaka Subway Midosuji ) -> JR Osaka Station (JR Osaka Loop Line)  Osakajo Koen Station (Fee =?)

    b) Shinsekai (新世界)
    Nishinakajimaminamigata (Osaka Subway Midosuji ) -> Dobutsuen-mae Station? (Fee = ?)

    c) Osaka Station City
    Nishinakajimaminamigata (Osaka Subway Midosuji ) -> JR Osaka Station (240 yen?)

    Day 2
    ———
    From Osaka to Kyoto
    Nishinakajimaminamigata (Osaka Subway Midosuji ) -> JR Osaka Station (240 yen?)
    Umeda Station (hankyu Kyoto Line -> Kawaramachi Station in central Kyoto (400 yen?)

    Morning – Sightseeing — Kyoto
    ——————————————
    a) Kinkaku-ji Temple (Golden Pavillion) (Northern Kyoto)
    – Direct Kyoto City Bus No. 101 /205 (40 minutes, 230 yen?)
    – Kyoto Station (Karasuma Subway Line) -> Kitaoji Station (15 minutes, 260 yen?) -> Bus (10 minutes, 230 yen, bus numbers 101, 102, 204 or 205) -> Kinkakuji

    b) Chion-in Temple -> Yasaka Shrine -> Maruyama Park -> Kodaiji Temple -> Yasaka Pagoda -> Kiyomizudera Temple
    – Kyoto Station -> Bus No. 100 or 206 in direction of Kiyomizudera. The Higashiyama district can be accessed from multiple bus stops between the Gojozaka (10 minutes, 230 yen one way) and Gion (15 minutes, 230 yen) bus stops.
    – Kawaramachi Station (Hankyu Line?) – Fees?
    – Kiyomizu-Gojo Station / Gion Shijo Station (Keihan Line) – Fees?
    – Higashiyama Station (Tozai Subway Line?) – Fees?

    (Which one is better / more convenient?)

    Afternoon – Sightseeing — Nara
    ——————————————
    From Kyoto to Nara
    Kyoto Station (Miyakoji Rapid Trains) -> JR Nara Station (45 minutes, 710 yen?)
    Kyoto Station (Kintetsu Railways) -> Kintetsu Nara Station (35 minutes, 1130 yen?)
    Kyoto Station (Direct Express Trains?) (45 minutes, 620 yen?)

    a)Todaiji Temple
    – JR Nara Station / Kintetsu Nara Station (Bus) -> Todaiji Daibutsuden -> Walk 5-10 mins

    b) Nara Park
    – 5 minutes walk from Kintetsu Nara Station
    – JR Nara Station (Bus) -> Nara Park

    c) Kasuga Taisha
    JR Nara Station / Kintetsu Nara Station (Bus) -> Kasuga Taisha Honden bus stop (190 yen, frequent departures)

    d) Kofukuji
    – 5 mins walk from Kintetsu Nara Station
    – JR Nara Station (clockwise running loop Bus No 2) – Kencho-mae bus stop

    Day 3
    ———
    From Osaka to Kyoto
    Nishinakajimaminamigata (Osaka Subway Midosuji ) -> JR Osaka Station (240 yen?)
    Umeda Station (hankyu Kyoto Line -> Kawaramachi Station in central Kyoto (400 yen?)

    Morning – Sightseeing – Nijo Castle
    ————————————————
    – Kyoto Station (Karasuma Subway line)-> Karasuma-Oike Station (Tozai Line) -> Nijojo Mae Station -> Walk (260 yen)
    – Kyoto Station (Kyoto City Bus No 9/ 50 / 101) – (15 -20 minutes, 230 yen one way?)

    Afternoon – Sightseeing – Arashiyama
    —————————————————-
    a) Togetsukyo Bridge, Tenryuji Temple, Bamboo Groves, Jojakkoji Temple
    – Nijojo, Horiwawaoike (Kyoto Bus 61, 62, 63) -> Arashiyama
    – Nijo – JR Saga Arashiyama (15 mins, 240 yen) -> Walk 10 mins

    Day 4
    ———
    Morning Sightseeing – in Kaiyukan Aquarium & Tempozan Market Place
    ———————————————————————————————–
    Nishinakajimaminamigata (Osaka Subway Midosuji )  Honmachi Station (Subway Chuo Line)  Oskako Station (270 yen?)

    Afternoon Sightseeing – Any Recommendation?
    —————————————————————-
    Namba Station?

    • Hi Beryl,

      First of all, I recommend you to use the following deals:

      Kanku Chikatoku ticket for KIX – Nishinakajima-Minamikata
      http://www.howto-osaka.com.e.iv.hp.transer.com/top/ticket/railway/chikatoku.html
      You need to change the trains (Nankai to Subway Midousuji line) at Namba. But you suppose to change it at Osaka. So it’s same thing and cheaper.

      Osaka Enjoy Eco card (subway pass) for day 1 after arrival.
      http://www.kotsu.city.osaka.lg.jp/foreign/english/ticket/convenient.html
      You can access all places in your itinerary by subway.
      http://jprail.com/destinations/kansai-area/guide-to-take-trains-in-osaka-how-to-choose-the-best-route-by-train-to-get-the-major-spots.html

      Kansai thru pass 2 days for day 2 and 3
      http://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-residents/how-to-use-kansai-thru-pass-compare-pass-and-single-fare.html
      You can visit all places by this pass in Osaka, Nara and Kyoto.
      http://jprail.com/destinations/kansai-area/guide-to-take-trains-in-kyoto-how-to-choose-the-best-route-by-train-to-get-the-major-spots.html
      http://jprail.com/destinations/kansai-area/how-to-access-to-nara-by-japan-rail-pass-if-you-dont-use-jr-pass-kintetsu-railway-is-more-convenient.html

      By the way, I think you can’t complete in Kyoto on day 2. In my opinion, it’s too much for half day. If you spend 10 minutes each at all places, it may be possible. But you will take 4 years old kid. It’s too busy. I recommend you to spend full 2 days for Kyoto and visit Nara on day 4 after/before Kaiyukan.

      If you really want to spend half day in Osaka, visit Kinkakuji, Arashiyama and Nijo castle at same time. Higashiyama area (Kiyomizudera, Yasaka) is more accessible to/from Nara. These places can be combined with Nara easier.

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JP Rail

      • Beryl says:

        Dear Takeishi,

        Thanks for your prompt reply. After reading your advice and related links sent, I have updated my Kyoto Itinerary as below.

        Can you help me to have a quick check? Still very confusing with the railway / subway in Kyoto. Cross fingers, hope that I don’t get lost in Kyoto. :-P

        Morning – Sightseeing — Kyoto
        ——————————————
        Chion-in Temple -> Yasaka Shrine -> Maruyama Park -> Kodaiji Temple -> Yasaka Pagoda -> Kiyomizudera Temple

        *** How to get there: Nishinakajimaminamigata (Osaka Subway Midosuji ) –> Osaka Station / Umeda Station (Hankyu Railway) –> Kawaramachi Station in Central / Gion Shijo Station (Keihan Railway) –> Kiyomizu-Gojo Station

        *** Back: Kiyomizu-Gojo Station (Keihan Railway) –> Gion Shijo Station / Kawaramachi Station (Hankyu Station) –> Karasuma Station (Kyoto City Subway) –> JR Kyoto Station

        Afternoon – Sightseeing — Nara
        ——————————————
        Kofukuji –> Nara Park –> Todaiji Temple –> Kasuga Taisha

        *** How to get there: JR Kyoto Station / Kintetsu Kyoto Station (Kintetsu Railway) Kintetsu Nara Station

        *** Back: Kintetsu Nara Station (Kintetsu Railway)  Kintetsu Tambabashi Station / Tambabashi Station (Keihan Railway)  Yodoyabashi Station (Osaka Subway Midousuji Line)  Nishinakajimaminamigata

        Morning – Sightseeing – Kyoto
        —————————————-
        a) Nijo Castle

        How to get there: Nishinakajimaminamigata (Osaka Subway Midosuji ) –> JR Osaka Station (Hankyu) –> Kyoto Station, Karasuma Station (Karasuma Subway) –> Karasuma-Oike Station (Tozai Subway Line) –> Nijojo-mae Station.

        b) Kinkaku-ji Temple (Golden Pavillion) (Northern Kyoto)

        How to get there: Nijojomae Station –> Uzumasa Tenjingawa / Randen Tenjingawa (Randen Ralway/ Keituku Raiway)  Randen’s Ryoanji Station (Visit Ryoanji first, before proceed to Kinkakuji) –> Randen’s Kitano-Hakubaicho Station –> Bus (3 bus stops)

        Afternoon – Sightseeing – Arashiyama
        —————————————————-
        a) Arashiyama (Togetsukyo Bridge, Tenryuji Temple, Bamboo Groves, Jojakkoji Temple)

        How to get there: Kitanohakubaicho Station (Keifuku Railway / Randen) –> Katabiranotsuji Station (Keifuku Railway / Randen) –> Arashiyama Randen

        Go back: Arashiyama (Hankyu Railway)  Katsura (Hankyu Railway)  Umeda Station (Osaka Subway Midosuji)  Nishinakajimaminamigata

        • Hi Beryl,

          When you go to Kyoto by Hankyu train, you don’t need to go to Osaka/Umeda. Hankyu Railway’s Minamikata station is same location as subway Nishinakajima-Minamikata station.
          Map http://goo.gl/maps/h0WYF

          So you can take Hankyu Railway’s Kyoto line train at Minamikata. But only local train stops at Minamikata. You need to transfer to express or limited express at Awaji station that is two stations away from Minamikata.
          Hankyu map http://www.hankyu.co.jp/en/images/b_all_map.jpg

          When you go back to Osaka from Nara, you can take Kintetsu railway train to Osaka-Namba. You don’t need to go back to Tammbabashi. Once you get Osaka-Namba, you can transfer to subway Midousuji line to Nishinakajima-Minamikata. Of course you can drop by Namba if you have extra time.

          Cheers,

          Takeshi / JP Rail

  5. Jackson says:

    Hello
    JR East:Tōkaidō hon= 104.6 km Tōkyō,Yūrakuchō,Shimbashi, Hamamatsuchō, Tamachi,Shinagawa,Ōimachi,Ōmori,Kamata,Kawasaki,Tsurumi,Shin-Koyasu,Higashi Kanagawa,Yokohama,Hodogaya,Higashi-Totsuka,Totsuka, Ōfuna,Fujisawa, Tsujidō, Chigasaki,Hiratsuka,Ōiso,Ninomiya,Kōzu,Kamonomiya,Odawara,Hayakawa,Nebukawa,
    Manazuru,Yugawara,Atami station

    Yokohama line=42.6 kmYokohama,Ōguchi,Kikuna,Shin-Yokohama,Kozukue ,Kamoi, Nakayama,Tōkai chiba,Nagatsuta,Naruse,Machida,Kobuchi, Fuchinobe,Yabe, Sagamihara,Hashimoto,Aihara, Hachiōji-Minamino,Katakura,Hachiōji station

    Chūō hon=222.1 km Tōkyō,Kanda,Ochanomizu,Suidōbashi,Iidabashi, ichigaya, Yotsuya,Shinanomachi, Sendagaya,Yoyogi,Shinjuku,Ōkubo,Higashi-Nakano,Nakano, Kōenji,Asagaya,Ogikubo, Nishi-Ogikubo,Kichijōji,Mitaka,Musashi-Sakai,Higashi-Koganei,Musashi-Koganei,Kokubunji, Nishi-Kokubunji,Kunitachi,Tachikawa, Hino,Toyoda,Hachiōji,Nishi-Hachiōji,Takao,Sagamiko,Fujino, Uenohara,Shiotsu,Yanagawa, Torisawa ,Saruhashi,Ōtsuki,Hatsukari,Sasago,Kai-Yamato, Katsunuma-budōkyō,Enzan,Higashi-Yamanashi,Yamanashishi,Kasugaichō,Isawa-onsen,Sakaori,Kōfu,Ryūō,Shiozaki,Nirasaki,Shimpu,Anayama,Hinoharu,Nagasaka, Kobuchizawa,Shinano-Sakai,Fujimi,Suzurannosato,Aoyagi,Chino,Kamisuwa, Shimosuwa, Okaya,Midoriko,Shiojiri station

    Sōbu hon=120.5 km Tōkyō,Shin-Nihombashi,Bakurochō,Kinshichō,Kameido,Hirai,Shin-Koiwa, Koiwa, Ichikawa,Motoyawata,Shimōsa-Nakayama,Nishi-Funabashi,Funabashi,Higashi-Funabashi,Tsudanuma,Makuharihongō,Makuhari,Shin-Kemigawa,Inage,Nishi-Chiba,Chiba, Higashi-Chiba, Tsuga,Yotsukaidō,Monoi,Sakura,Minami-Shisui,Enokido,Yachimata ,Hyūga,Narutō,Matsuo,Yokoshiba,Iigura,Yōkaichiba,Higata,Asahi,Iioka,Kurahashi,Saruda,
    Matsugishi,Chōshi station

    Jōban line=343.1 kmUeno,Nippori,Mikawashima,Minami-Senju,Kita-Senju,Ayase, Kameari,Kanamachi, Matsudo,Kita-Matsudo,Mabashi,Shin-Matsudo,Kita-Kogane,Minami-Kashiwa,Kashiwa,KitaKashiwa,Abiko,Tennōdai,Toride,Fujishiro,Sanuki,Ushiku,Hitachinoushiku,Arakawaoki,Tsuchiura,Kandatsu,Takahama,Ishioka,Hatori, Iwama,Tomobe, Uchihara, Akatsuka,Mito,Katsuta,Sawa,Tōkai,Ōmika,Hitachi-Taga,Hitachi,Ogitsu,Jūō,Takahagi,Minami-Nakagō,Isohara,Ōtsukō,Nakoso, Ueda,Izumi,Yumoto,Uchigō,Iwaki, Kusano,Yotsukura, Hisanohama,Suetsugi,Hirono,Kido,Tatsuta,Tomioka,Yonomori,Ōno,Futaba,Namie,Momouchi,Odaka,Iwaki-Ōta,Haranomachi,Kashima,Nittaki,Sōma,Komagamine,Shinchi, Sakamoto,Yamashita,Hamayoshida,Watari,Ōkuma,Iwanuma station
    Jackson

  6. Kajol says:

    Konnichiwa
    Every year JR offer us Hundreds of Rail pass to travel all over Japan smooth and comfortable. On Behalf of millions of Foreign Tourist we want to thanks JR.

    Some of JR pass :Full Moon fūfu/couple green pass, Hokkaidō free pass, aomori holiday pass, Iwate holiday pass, echigo tsūdēpass, echigo one-day pass,, kirakira Nihonkai pass,Gunma One Day world Heritage /seikaiisan pass, three day weekend ticket, Tokiwa-ji pass, Yokohama Minatomirai pass, Kamakura Enoshima pass, kyūjitsu odekake pass, Gonōsen free pass, , Aki no nori-hōdai pass, Akita Tsugaru ikoikopass, Akita marumaru pass, shūmatsu pass, chīsana tabi holiday pass, Shinshū one-day pass, seishun 18 kippu, Sendai marugoto pass,ken no shurui Shinshū Kita kairō pass, yukiguni kankō pass, Tsugaru free pass, toku-nai pass, Tōkyō free kippu, Tōhoku rōkaru-sen pass (futsū ressha gentei), hokkaidō & Higashinihon pass (futsū ressha gentei) etc.My Japanese Friend will be very happy if you want to know details info about them.
    Kajol

  7. Rosni says:

    Dear Mr Takeshi / JP rai,

    My family of 8 will be travelling to Takayama from Tokyo on 14 Dec. The route recommended is to take the shinkansen (not nozomi because of rail pass) to Nagoya and transfer to Jr Ltd express wide view hida. We plan to take the morning shinkansen (9am) from Tokyo. My question is where can i find the train timings for both the shinkansen and wide view hida. And also can we make reservation for both trains prior to the travel period?

    Thank you.
    Regards
    Rosni

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