How to choose the deals for access to/from Kansai Airport

Kansai Airport arrival  level at ground floor
Kansai Airport arrival level at ground floor

If you arrive in Kansai airport, most of you go to Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe or maybe Nara, Wakayama. There are many deals that you can choose. You maybe confused and overwhelmed to pick up. In this post, I would like to show you all available deals and help you to find the best deal for you.

If you have plan to stay in Osaka for entire stay and make day trips to other places from Osaka, the following post may help you to build your itinerary.

How to build the itinerary and choose the deals for Osaka stay 5 to 7 days.

Regular ticket

Nankai Railway’s express train is a sort of commute train.

There are so many deals available. But regular ticket is the best choice if you go to Namba, Shin-Imamiya or other stations on Nankai railway. Single ticket is 920 yen to get Namba or Shin-Imamiya by Nankai railway airport express train.

Limited Express Haruka connects Kansai airport and Kyoto via Tennoji and Shin-Osaka.
Limited Express Haruka connects Kansai airport and Kyoto via Tennoji and Shin-Osaka.

ICOCA and Haruka, Haruka discount ticket

Suggested destinations: Shin-Osaka, Kyoto and Tennoji
Other accessible destinations: Osaka (Umeda), JR-Namba (Namba), other stations on Osaka Kanjo (loop) line,Kobe, Sannomiya
Price: starting from 1,100 yen (Haruka ticket only)

This deal includes non reserved seat on Limited Express Haruka that runs between Kansai airport and Kyoto, and 1500 yen preload e-money in ICOCA card. And also you may use Haruka ticket only if you do not want ICOCA.

Limited Express Haruka can take you Tennoji, Shin-Osaka and Kyoto directly. This train is only direct train service to Kyoto from Kansai airport.

As long as you don’t exit the station, you can transfer to other trains in coverage area as many as you want. You can access to JR-Namba from Tennoji, Osaka and Kobe from Shin-Osaka. The combination of Limited Express Haruka and local train is not the best choice to get Namba and Kobe. But if you want to have ICOCA e-money, you can use this deal. Please find more information about this deal at the link below:

ICOCA and Haruka ticket. Very flexible and good deal for tourist who stay in Kansai.

Kansai airport station ticket counter. Left side (Orange) is Nankai Railway's counter and other side is JR.
Kansai airport station ticket counter. Left side (Orange) is Nankai Railway’s counter and other side is JR.

Kanku Chikatoku Ticket

Suggested destinations: All stations on Osaka subway lines
Price: 1,000 yen

This deal includes one way base fare between Kansai airport and Namba, and Osaka subway ticket. You can access to all stations on Osaka subway lines and New Tram lines. Actually this ticket is most affordable way to get Umeda (JR Osaka) and Shin-Osaka. Please find more information at the following link:

Nankai Railway’s official site, Kanku Chikatoku Ticket

If you go to Namba, base fare ticket is 920 yen and this deal is sold at 1000 yen. Single ticket is cheaper. You may take next deal, Kanku Tokuwari Rapi:t Ticket or Kanku Webtoku Rapi:t Ticket.

Nankai Railway's Rapi:t has very unique exterior.
Nankai Railway’s Rapi:t has very unique exterior.

Kanku Tokuwari Rapi:t Ticket / Kanku-Webtoku Ticket

Suggested destinations: Namba
Price: 1130 yen

It includes a base fare for Kansai Airport to/from Namba and Limited Express Rapi:t seat fare. Regular total fare is 1430 yen and this deal is sold at 1130 yen. You can save 300 yen. I think these deals are same. The only difference is “Webtoku” is sold at online and “Tokuwari” is sold at the station. I could not find any difference other than that. Please find more information at the links below:

Kanku Tokuwari Rapi:t Ticket / Kanku-Webtoku Ticket

If you travel the peak season, you may take Kanku-Webtoku Ticket online. Otherwise you can purchase Kanku Tokuwari Rapi:t Ticket on the spot.

If you intend to take Limited Express “Rapi:t” to Namba and transfer to Osaka subway, Kansai Tokuwari Rapi:t Ticket + subway single fare is cheaper than Kansai Chikatoku Ticket + Rapi:t Express Surcharge. Because in Osaka subway fare table, the highest fare is 370 yen. On the other hand, Rapi:t express surcharge is 510 yen. Kansai Chikatoku Ticket and surcharge is 1.510 yen. Amd Kanku Tokuwai Rapi:t Ticket + Osaka subway single fare never be more than 1,500 yen. If you go to Shinsaibashi from Kansai airport, you need to pay Osaka subway fare 180 yen and Kanku Tokuwari Rapi:t Ticket 1,130 yen. In most case, subway fare is 180 yen, 240 yen or 280 yen.

Namba Access Rapi:t Ticket

Suggested destinations: Namba and all stations on Osaka subway lines
Price: 2,000 yen

This deal includes one way trip ticket from Kansai airport to Namba by Rapi:t between Kansai airport and one day unlimited subway ride pass. But this pass is sold at a few travel agencies in Asian countries only. You cannot purchase this in Japan. Please find the detailed information at the links below:

Namba Access Rapi:t Ticet | Handling travel agency list

Yokoso! Osaka Ticket

Suggested destinations: All part of downtown Osaka
Price: 1,500 yen

This deal is the combination of Kanku Tokuwari Rapi:t Ticket (1,130 yen) and Enjoy Eco Card (Osaka subway and bus one day unlimited ride pass at 800 yen for weekday and 600 yen for weekend/holiday). If you intend to do sightseeing in Osaka on arrival day, this deal is the best deal for you. The following link shows you the detail of this deal:

Yokoso! Osaka Ticket

But if you stay in Osaka and go outside Osaka on arrival day, like Kyoto, Nara or Kobe, Kansai Thru Pass is better deal. Please see below.

Nara Access Ticket

Suggested destinations: Nara
Price: 1,230 yen

This deal includes base fare for Nankai Railway from Kansai airport to Namba and Kintetsu Railway from Osaka-Namba to Nara. This is most affordable deal to get Nara. But it does not include any express surcharge. If you want to take Limited Express Rapi:t from Kansai airport to Namba, you have to add 510 yen on top of this deal. Please find more information at the link below:

Nara Access Ticket

If you go to Nara, you can use JR’s Kansai Area Pass. One day type of this pass is 2,200 yen. It’s way more expensive than Nara Access Ticket. But if you use Nara Access Ticket, you have to exit Nankai Namba station and walk to Kintetsu Railway’s Osaka-Namba station. It is not very far. But you have to walk with your luggage in very crowded underground path for 5 to 10 minutes. If you use Kansai Area Pass, you can transfer at Tennoji station. You have to transfer but it is same station and you do not need to exit the station. It is much easier than changing trains at Osaka-Namba. Please find more information about Kansai Area Pass at the below.

And also there is limousine bus service between Kansai airport and Nara. This is only way to get Nara directly. If you want the easiest travel, bus is the best solution.

Limousin bus Kansai airport – Nara

All bus services depart from ground level.
All bus services depart from ground level.

Kobe Access Ticket

Suggested destinations: Kobe
Price: 1,130 yen

This deal includes base fare for Nankai Railway from Kansai airport to Namba and Hanshin Railway from Osaka-Namba to Kobe-Sannomiya and Motomachi. This is most affordable deal to get Kobe. It is very similar to Nara Access Ticket. This deal does not include any express surcharge either. If you want to take Limited Express Rapi:t from Kansai airport to Namba, you have to add 510 yen on top of this deal. Please find more information at the link below:

Kobe Access Ticket

This is exactly same situation as Nara Access Ticket above. Because Hanshin Railway’s Osaka-Namba station is same location as Kintetsu Railway’s station. You have to exit Nankai Namba station and walk to Hanshin Railway’s Osaka-Namba station. It is not very far. But you have to walk with your luggage in very crowded underground path for 5 to 10 minutes. You can use JR’s ICOCA and Haruka or Kansai Area Pass one day. But limousine bus service between Kansai airport and Kobe is the easiest way to get Kobe.

Limousin bus Kansai airport – Kobe

You also have a choice to take high speed ferry to Kobe. You can find the information about this ferry service below.

Kansai Area Pass

Suggested destinations: All places in Kansai and surrounding area
Price: 2,200 yen for one day and up

This deal gives you unlimited ride for JR trains in Kansai and outside Kansai area, If you visit other than Kobe, Kyoto and Osaka. This deal may be considerable. Especially if you will stay in Himeji, outside Kyoto city, like Kameyama, and Shiga prefecture, like Otsu, HIkone, this pass is only deal for you. If you go to Nara and intend to take Limited Express Haruka to Tennoji, this deal is a bit cheaper than single fare. But if you go to Wakayama, single fare is cheaper. Please find the detail of this pass at the link below:

How to use JR West Kansai Area Pass. Compare pass and single fare.

Kansai Thru Pass

Suggested destinations: All places in Kansai and surrounding area
Price: 4,000 yen for 2 days, 5,200 yen for 3 days

This deal gives you unlimited ride for private railway lines, subway lines and bus lines. The coverage area is very similar to Kansai Area Pass above. But this deal covers subway lines and bus lines in Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe. It is much more useful for sightseeing in any places in Kansai area. If you visit outside Osaka after arrival and visiting outside Osaka another day, this deal is most recommended. Please see the details at the following link:

How to use Kansai Thru Pass. Compare pass and single fare.

I do not recommend you to use this deal to get Kyoto. Because it is too complicated for overseas travellers to get Kyoto by this pass. You have to change the trains at least twice. And all trains are commuter’s train. It is not a good way to get there on arrival day with huge luggage. I do not show you Kyoto Access Ticket either. Because you have to take same route as Kansai Thru Pass. It is not a good idea to get Kyoto. ICOCA and Haruka is the best way to get Kyoto.

Bay Shuttle high speed ferry

Suggested destinations: Kobe
Price: 1,850 yen for one way and Port Liner to Sannomiya, 3,000 yen for return

This is not a deal but this high speed ferry is one of the direct access to Kobe from KIX.

Bay Shuttle high speed ferry

But this ferry does not take you downtown Kobe directly. Even though the fare include Port Liner ticket that is a train to Kobe-Sannomiya, you have to transfer. And also you have to take a bus to the port from airport terminal building at KIX side too.

If you want to have a direct access to Kobe-Sannomiya, limousine bus is better choice.

Limousine bus to Kobe

The fare is a bit higher but all you need to do is just hopping on bus at KIX. It takes you to Kobe-Sannomiya directly.

275 thoughts on “How to choose the deals for access to/from Kansai Airport”

  1. Hi Takeshi,

    Thank you for all the helpful information you shared in this website.

    I will be travelling in Kansai area for 17 days.
    Day 1 – Arrival at Kansai International Airport KIX to Osaka (4 nights in Osaka)
    Day 2 – Kobe – Osaka
    Day 3 – Kinosaki Onsen – Osaka
    Day 4 – Himeji – Osaka
    Day 5 – Osaka – Kii-Satuura (3 nights in Kii-Satuura)
    Day 6 – Nachi Falls area – Kii-Satuura
    Day 7 – Shingu – Kii-Satuura
    Day 8 – Kii-Satuura to Shirahama (3 nights in Shirahama)
    Day 9 – Wakayama, Kishi Station – Shirahama
    Day 10 – Shirahama
    Day 11 – Shirahama to Kyoto (6 nights in Kyoto)
    Day 12 – Northern Higashiyama – Kyoto
    Day 13 – Southern Higashiyama – Kyoto
    Day 14 – Arashiyama – Kyoto
    Day 15 – Nara – Kyoto
    Day 16 – Kyoto
    Day 17 – Kyoto to Kansai International Airport, KIX

    I am wondering if it make sense if I purchase two 5-day Kansai WIDE Area Pass to cover most days of my trip. I am thinking of using the first 5-day Kansai WIDE Area Pass to cover Day 1 to Day 5 journey (Kansai International Airport to Osaka, Himeji, Kinosaki Onsen and Kobe & the journey from Osaka to Kii-Satuura). The second 5-day Kansai WIDE Area Pass will be used to cover Day 7 to Day 11 (Shingu from Kii-Satuura, one-way journey from Kii-Satuura to Shirahama, day trip to Wakayama and Kishi Station, one-way trip from Shirahama to Kyoto).

    I have 6 days in Kyoto and my plan is to do a day trip to Nara (1 day Nara pass) and then Northern & Southern Higashiyama, Arashiyama.

    I wonder which pass should I get for my stay in Kyoto: Kansai Thru Pass, JR Kansai Area Pass or a Kansai One Pass (ICOCA)?

    I have thought of getting the ICOCA + Haruka cards (Haruka for departure from Kyoto to Kansai International Airport) which I will purchase at the beginning of my trip so that I can use the ICOCA card on those days not covered by the Kansai WIDE Area Pass and my stay in Kyoto.

    I would appreciate your thoughts on the above. Thanks!

    1. Hi Kelly,

      I agree with you mostly. But I recommend you to start 2nd pass on day 8. If you take a local train from Shingu to Kii-Katsuura, it costs only 240 yen for 25 minutes ride. It doesn’t make senses to use one of 5 days for this trip. Just pay single fare on day 7. You can start using it on day 8 and make day trip to Nara on day 12. You don’t need other passes for trip to Nara.

      In Kyoto, Kansai thru pass is too expensive. Subway and bus deal is good but some part of places cannot be covered by subway. You can get most of places in Kyoto by bus but traffic in Kyoto is always heavy. So I recommend you to use all day bus pass at 500 yen for one day. And add Kansai one pass for taking trains. You can take any trains by Kansai one pass. You may need to get some places by bus. You can get the worth of bus pass by only 3 rides. It’s easy to make it.
      http://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-residents/how-to-choose-the-best-train-pass-for-sightseeing-in-kyoto.html

      And you can add Haruka discount ticket at 1600 yen for Kyoto to KIX.

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JPRail.com

  2. Hi Takeshi-san!

    Thank you! This is our 7-day itinerary:
    KIX-KOBE (SANNOMIYA)-KINOSAKI ONSEN (KINSOSAKIOSEN)-OSAKA (nearest station is Namba; a day trip to Kyoto) -KIX.

    What’s the best deal to get?

    Thank you,
    Corinne-san

      1. Thank you, Takeshi-san! Would you suggest getting both the Kansai Wide Area Pass + ICOCA-Haruka card then?

        THank you very much,
        Corinne

          1. Thank you. I will be buying the Kansai Wide Area Pass from JTB in Singapore. And get ICOCA in Kobe. Have decided to take the bus from KIX to Kobe.

            You’ve most helpful. Thank you so much.
            Corinne

  3. Hello Takeshi san,

    Is the Yokoso! Osaka ticket available for purchase at Kansai airport and if so, where at the airport is the place of purchase?

    Cheers.

      1. Thank you again Takeshi san,

        I appreciate your help and info. Since this is also Nankai Raiway counter, do they sell the Koyasan World Heritage pass, or must I buy this at Nankai Namba station?

        Also, at KIX airport, is the JR West counter (I will also be buying a 1-day Kansai Area Pass) located near to the Nankai counter (where I will get the Yokoso! Osaka ticket)?

        Cheers.

  4. Hi Takeshi,

    What is the more convenience and cheapest way for travel from Kansai International Airport direct to Shimogyoku, Kyoto?

    Your kind revert is highly appreciated.

    Thanks
    SIT

  5. Hi, I know this post has been in here for a couple of years now yet I find it very useful. However, I was wondering if Kansai Chika-Toku / Osaka City Subway to Kansai int’l Airport ticket would be the best for me to use coming from Kansai Airport to Miyakojima Stn.? I understand that I could only use the included Osaka Municipal Subway ticket once but coming from Namba Stn., I would have to use two train lines: Namba Stn > Tanimachi 9-chome Stn., and Tanimachi 9-chome Stn. > Miyakojima Stn. Would the subway ticket still be valid if I go from Namba to Miyakojima and vice versa when I would leave Osaka in a few days?

      1. Thank you for the quick response, Takeshi-san. 🙂 Do you mind if I’ll ask you a few more questions?

        Below is our draft itinerary and I was wondering if I have chosen the right and cheapest train passes according to it..

        1 – Yokoso Ticket
        KIX AP
        MIYAKOJIMA
        MINAMIMORIMACHI
        DOTONBORI

        2 – ICOCA
        USJ

        3 – Kyoto Sightseeing Pass + Hankyu & Keihan tickets to & fro Kyoto (ICOCA)
        ARASHIYAMA BAMBOO GROVES
        GOLDEN PAVILION
        KYOTO INT’L MANGA MUSEUM
        MORITA WASHI
        CHION IN TEMPLE
        GION DISTRICT

        4 – Osaka Kaiyu City Plan
        RAMEN MUSEUM
        MINOO PARK
        UMEDA SKY BLDG
        OSAKA KAIYUKAN

        5 – Eco Card
        OSAKA CASTLE
        OSAKA MUSEUM OF H&L
        TENJIMBASHISUJI SHOTENGAI
        SEMBAYASHI SHOTENGAI
        SENNICHIMAE SHOTENGAI
        SHINSAIBASHI

        6 – ICOCA + Shuttle Bus to AP
        SHITENNOJI TEMPLE
        ABENO HARUKAS
        RINKU PREMIUM OUTLET
        KIX

        The total amount those train passes cost is more or less JPY9,500. If you could suggest a much cheaper way, it would really mean a lot to me.

        Another thing is, I was thinking about using the Kansai Thru Pass for days 3, 5 & 6. It’s a little bit more expensive though, roughly JPY10,000. I was wondering if it was worth it because I wouldn’t benefit much from the discounts and freebies the Kansai Thru Pass included. However, I was thinking it might make my journey to Kyoto a wee bit easier and more convenient as I could directly go to Arashiyama Bamboo Groves and do not need to pass by Kyoto Stn. in order to get the Sightseeing Pass.

        Your thoughts would be very much appreciated.

        1. Hi Ria san,

          I recommend you to use Kansai thru pass 3 days for day 3, 4 and 6. Eco card is okay for day 5.
          As you think, it’s much easier to travel by Kansai thru pass. I think you will stay in Miyakojima. So you need to take Osaka subway at first. This subway trip is covered by Kansai thru pass. On day 2, you will take subway to Higashi-Umeda and change Hankyu railway to get Arashiyama. You don’t need to purchase Kyoto sightseeing pass and you can save your time.

          On day 3, you will visit Ramen museum and Minoo. These places are not covered by Osaka Kaiyu ticket. You need to take Hankyu railway and need to use ICOCA if you want to use Kaiyu ticket. Kansai thru pass does not include Kaiyu aquarium admission but it covers all train trips.

          On day 6, you can hop on and off subway and Nankai railway on the way to KIX.

          If you use Kansai thru pass, you don’t need to have ICOCA. If you use ICOCA, it’s convenient. But it includes 500 yen deposit. If you want to refund this deposit, you need to drop by KIX station. You may need to stand on the line and you may spend many minutes.

          The cost may be a bit higher but you will get many benefits.

          How about it?

          Cheers,

          Takeshi / JPRail.com

          1. Thank you so much for your detailed suggestion. 🙂

            We’ll go with what you have suggested – Yokoso Ticket for Day 1, just buy our tickets to USJ (via JR) for day 2, use the Kansai Thru Pass for days 3, 4, & 6, and lastly, take advantage of the Eco Card for day 5.

            A few more questions though..

            a) Which is much better coming from Rinku Premium Outlet, riding the shuttle bus to KIX or just using the Airport Express?

            b) Could we buy the Kansai Thru Pass a few days before we’re going to use it? For example, we’ll be arriving On Monday, then use it for Thursday. Is that possible?

            c) The same as b but with the Eco Card and where could we buy them.

            Really really grateful for your suggestions.

          2. Hi Ria,

            a) You can get there by airport express directly. It’s faster.

            b) Yes, you can.

            c) You can purchase it at the vending machine in any subway station. You can purchase it in advance but it’s easy to purchase it at the vending machine.

            Cheers,

            Takeshi / JPRail.com

  6. Hi Takeshi. My family and I are going to Japan on May 3-14, 2017 Kindly help me which train passes to get best. Our itinerary would be:

    May 3 Arrival: from KIX Osaka to-
    Kyoto (May 3-6)
    -nijo castle
    -nishiki market
    -arashiyama
    -kiyomizudera temple
    -fushimi inari

    Osaka (May 6-11)
    -dotonbori ans shinsaibashi
    -nara park
    -todaiji
    -osaka castle
    umeda sky bldg
    -universal studio

    Tokyo (May 11-14)
    -disneysea
    -shinjuku
    -shibuya
    -hachiko

    Departing from Narita Airport

    Thank you so much!

  7. My wife and I will be flying into KIX in June and we intend to tour the Kansai area and then Shikoku island using the JR Kansai Wide Area and All Shikoku Rail pass. Is it allowed permissible for a tourist to utilize 2 different JR passes in a single trip?

    If ok to use 2 passes, Is this itinerary feasible?

    Day 1: In KIX. Single ticket to Osaka hotel.

    Day 2 to Day 6: Use 5 day Kansai Wide Area Pass.

    Day 6:Use last day of pass to take train from Osaka to Takamatsu in Shikoku.

    Day 7 to Day 11: Use 5-day Shikoku Pass

    Day 12: Single highway bus from Tokushima to KIX. Out KIX

    Thanks Takeshi san.

      1. Thanks for your quick reply.

        I need to go to Tenri and Kintetsu-Koriyama stations in Nara prefecture. I will use the JR Kansai Wide Area Pass from Osaka to Tenri. My problem is how to get to Kintetsu-Koriyama from Tenri on JR. Could you advise me the quickest and most economical way to minimize paying extra?

        Also I would also like to use the pass PARTIALLY from Tenoji to Tottori to view the sand dunes in a day trip from Osaka. Could you advise me the quickest and most economical way to minimize paying extra since the pass does not cover Tottori.

        I would like to apologize for posting my questions in the wrong section.

        1. Hi Kc,

          You can take JR train to Nara from Tenri and then take another JR train from Nara to Koriyama. JR Koriyama is about 1km away from Kintetsu Koriyama station. You can walk.
          https://goo.gl/maps/UB5dVWABnA82

          The quickest route is taking Super Hakuto from Kyoto or Shin-Osaka and pay extra.
          http://jprail.com/trains/sort-by-type/limited-express/the-fastest-train-access-to-tottori-from-osaka-and-kyoto-limited-express-super-hakuto.html

          You have to pay about 3000 yen extra for one way.

          Cheers,

          Takeshi / JPRail.com

          1. Hi
            My original plan was:
            Day 12: Single highway bus from Tokushima to KIX. Out KIX

            Instead, I was thinking of taking the 2 hr Nankai ferry from Tokushima to Wakayama then train to KIX to catch my international flight at 1540 hours, I have the following queries:

            1) How far apart Is Tokushima station to port? Any bus if not within walking distance?

            2) My Shikoku pass expires on day 11; can I still get the discounted price of 1600 yen (instead of 2000 yen) for the ferry ticket to Wakayama port?

            3) 1 How far apart Is Wakayama port to station? And which station (JR versus Nankai, Wakayama versus WakayamaSHI versus WakayamaKO) is the correct one to catch JR/Nankai train to KIX.

            4)JR (cost 890 yen) or Nankai train (cost?) to KIX? If Nankai, any combination ferry -train ticket and how much.

            5) Could you advise what time I should be at Tokushima STATION to catch my intl flight at 1540hours. If possible, also advise me on the timing of ferry and train connections.

            Thanks very much.

  8. Hi Takeshi, I’m quite confused on the route to Kyoto from kansai airport. Can I check if the haruka train can take me straight to Kyoto station? And how much per adult? Thank you!

  9. Hi takeshi-San!

    I have a question about the Kanku-Webtoku Ticket online.

    I just bought the return Rapi:t Limited Express to KIX for collection on 1 Feb 2017.

    I was wondering if I can exchange for the ticket from Namba Station first and depart from Tengachaya Station instead of from Namba Station, because my airbnb accommodation are near Tengachaya Station.

    Thank you!

        1. Hi Charmaine san,

          I think you can use this from Tengachaya. But you have to go to Namba to exchange your ticket. I don’t think you can exchange it at Tengachaya. Official site says you can exchange it at only Namba station.

          Cheers,

          Takeshi / JPRail.com

  10. Hi Takeshi-san,

    just a question on the Yokoso Osaka Ticket which includes one way reserved set of the Rapit, and one day unlimited ride on the subway. my question is do we have to use the rapit train and the one day subway pass in the same day? what i meant is, is it possible to use the one day subway pass on February 12, for example, but will only use the one way Namba to Kansai Airport on February 13? is that possible?

    thanks in advance for your reply.

    cheers!

    Richmond

    1. Hi Richmond san,

      You can use Rapi:t ticket and then use subway deal portion on next day. But you cannot use subway portion first in my understanding. Rapi:t portion covers only KIX to Namba, not reverse way.
      Basically this deal is designed for incoming passenger that is why it’s called “Yokoso (means “Welcome”).

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JPRail.com

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