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Basic itinerary of Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo in 7 days

The scene of Gion Festival in Kyoto. It is one of the biggest summer festivals in Japan.
The scene of Gion Festival in Kyoto. It is one of the biggest summer festivals in Japan.

I have received many inquiries about the deal for one way trip from Osaka to Tokyo with stopover at Kyoto. Unfortunately there is no deal to cover whole part of trip. But you can combine some local deals and single ticket.

In this post, I show you the basic 7 days itinerary and the deals that suit this itinerary. But you can extend the duration as many as you want. I also show you how to change or add days in this itinerary too.

Day 1 – Kansai airport to Osaka

There are many deals to get Osaka from Kansai airport. You can use one of those deals. But you have to find the location to stay before choosing deal. If you stay near subway station, Kanku Chikatoku Ticket or Rapi:t Tokuwari Ticket is recommended. If you stay near JR station, ICOCA and Haruka is recommended. Please find more information about the deals from Kansai airport to Osaka at the link below:

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

And also I show many photos in Kansai airport at the link below. You will find the location of stations, bus stops and other facilities.

Kansai airport transportation guide. Find info about station, ticket, airport bus and high speed ferry

If you arrive at Kansai airport in early morning and intend to explore in Osaka after arrival, Yokoso Osaka Ticket is recommended. This deal includes airport access to Namba by Nankai Railway and unlimited trip of Osaka subway. You may find the information about this deal at the link above too.

ICOCA and Haruka includes 1500 yen preload e-money in ICOCA beside airport access ticket. You may use this e-money to ride subway. ICOCA can be used for any trains in major cities, not only Osaka but also Kyoto and even Tokyo. If you stay near JR station and make some trips by subway in Osaka, you can use ICOCA.

If you arrive in late night, like after 22:00, you cannot purchase any deals because the windows are closed at 23:00. Train runs until 23:30. But you might not take even the last train to Osaka if custom and immigration are busy. There are some midnight bus service to Osaka. But the destination is very limited. Please find more information about late arrival in Kansai airport at the link below:

How to access to Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe from late arrival flight at Kansai Airport-KIX

Day 2 – Sightseeing in Osaka

Dotonbori is located near the biggest downtown core of Osaka, Namba.
Dotonbori is located near the biggest downtown core of Osaka, Namba.

The basic choice is Enjoy Eco Card that is one day subway unlimited ride pass. You may get most of places in downtown Osaka by this pass.

Enjoy Eco Card (Osaka subway official site)

If you want to visit many attractions, Osaka Amazing Pass gives you the great savings. It includes 28 attraction’s admission and unlimited subway ride. Please see the following link to get the details about this pass:

Osaka Amazing Pass

But if you use ICOCA and Haruka, you may use ICOCA e-money to take subway, JR trains and other trains. Especially if you want to visit the places outside downtown Osaka, such as Minoo, Momofuku Ramen Museum, subway pass does not cover these places. You need to pay single fare or using ICOCA.

If you want to extend to stay in Osaka

You may add another Eco Card or Amazing Pass. But you may visit other places, such as Kobe, Nara. In case of this, you may add another Kansai area deal, like Kansai Thru Pass or Kansai Area Pass.

The following link shows you the itinerary of stay in Osaka only. But you may get some idea about choosing deal for trip to outside Osaka.

Day 3 – Transfer to Kyoto from Osaka

Three railways, JR, Hankyu Railway and Keihan Railway run between Osaka and Kyoto. You have to find the location to stay in both Kyoto and Osaka. And then you may find which train is the best for your transfer from Osaka to Kyoto. You may find the route map at the link below:

If you use ICOCA and Haruka, you may have some fund left in your ICOCA. You can use it for this transfer.

Using long distance base fare ticket to Tokyo

If your ICOCA is empty and need to purchase a single ticket to Kyoto, you may use one base fare ticket to Tokyo with stopover at Kyoto. Please see the link below to find the rule and condition of JR base fare ticket.

Squeeze Nara or Kobe on the way to Kyoto from Osaka

If you just make a trip from JR Osaka to JR Kyoto, it takes 30 minutes. If you take other railway, you spend a little more minutes. But it never be more than one hour. You may enjoy some more in Osaka or Kyoto. But you may visit other places, such as Nara or Kobe. Nara is easier to squeeze because both Kyoto and Osaka are very accessible to Nara. You may find the access to Nara from Osaka and Kyoto at the link below:

Kintetsu Rail Pass one day is recommended for trip to Nara.

Kintetsu Rail Pass (Kintetsu Railway official site)

You may visit Kobe too. But Kobe is located at other side if you move from Osaka to Kyoto. Please find more information about trip to Kobe at the following link:

Hankyu Tourist Pass covers Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto. This is most affordable one day pass that covers these three cities.

Hankyu Tourist Pass (Hankyu Railway official site)

If you are okay with very tight schedule and want to visit as many as you want, you can do Kobe and Nara in one day. In this case, Kintetsu Rail Pass that I mentioned above and Hanshin Tourist Pass are recommended. Hanshin Tourist Pass covers Umeda, Namba and Kobe. Hanshin Railway connects with Kintetsu Railway at Osaka-Namba station. Many of both Hanshin and Kintetsu trains run each other. Some trains go directly from Kobe-Sannomiya to Nara. This is the easiest route to get Nara from Kobe. If you have these two passes, you can take this direct train.

Day 4 – Sightseeing in Kyoto

Fall foliage in Kiyomizu-dera temple. It is one of Must-See spots in Kyoto.
Fall foliage in Kiyomizu-dera temple. It is one of Must-See spots in Kyoto.

When you visit temples and shrines in Kyoto, you have to take city bus and/or subway. Kyoto city sightseeing card or all day bus pass is your choice. You may find more information at the link below:

Day 5 – Kyoto to Tokyo

Shinkansen is the high speed train service in Japan. Shinkansen stops at Maibara, Kyoto, Shin-Osaka, Shin-Kobe, Nishiakashi and Himeji in Kansai area.
Shinkansen is the high speed train service in Japan. It connects Tokyo and Kyoto in 2.5 hours.

There is no deals to cover this segment. Single fare and Shinkansen supplement charge is your choice.

If you have already started using the long distance base fare ticket at Osaka, you do not need to purchase a ticket at Kyoto.

If you use ICOCA on day 3 or purchase non JR lines single fare ticket to get Kyoto, you need to purchase single ticket for Tokyo. But if you purchase single base fare ticket and Shinkansen supplement ticket with reserved seat, you can purchase it in advance. You can purchase it even when you arrive in Kansai airport if you want. But if you want to take non reserved seat car, you cannot purchase it in advance. You have to purchase it on the spot.

You may use Platt Kodama for Tokyo to Kyoto instead. You can add single fare ticket for Kyoto to Osaka and other deal for Osaka to Kansai. This way is better if single fare ticket is too complicated for you. Please see the link below to find the detailed information about Platt Kodama:

I recommend you to use reserved seat car. Because many of non reserved seat are occupied when train leave at Shin-Osaka. Especially if you travel with someone, it is hard to find the seats side by side very often. The difference between non reserved seat and reserved seat is only 500 yen. I think it is worth paying extra 500 yen to secure your seat.

Day 6 – Sightseeing in Tokyo

Cinderella's castle is the icon of Disneyland.
Tokyo Disneyland is actually not located in Tokyo. It is located in Chiba prefecture. That is a reason why Tokyo subway does not go there.

Tokyo Metro/Subway deal is most popular. JR Tokunai Pass is also available. Subway covers most of spots in Tokyo but subway lines are so many and very hard to find the fastest route. JR train network is very simple. But you cannot get many places in Tokyo by JR trains, such as Asakusa, Tsukiji. Please see the links below to find more information of these deals:

Single fare is actually the best choice for access to outside Tokyo

Many popular attractions are located outside downtown Tokyo. For example, Tokyo Disney Resort, Ghibli Museum, Sanrio Puroland and many more places are located outside coverage area of both subway pass and Tokunai pass. Single fare is okay for access to these places. And also Yokohama is not in Tokyo and not covered by these Tokyo deals either. Single fare is okay for Yokohama too.

How to extend to stay in Tokyo

If you stay in Tokyo more, you may simply add subway pass, Tokunai Pass or single fare as you need. But if you want to travel to other places in Kanto area, like Nikko, Fuji, Hakone, you may have to get other passes. Please find more information at the links below:

If you travel both Fuji/Hakone and Nikko, Tokyo Wide Pass is a good choice.

Day 7 – Tokyo to Narita Airport or Haneda Airport

Haneda airport is very close to downtown Tokyo. You can take Keihin Kyuko railway from Shinagawa or Monorail from Hamamatsucho. Both stations are connected by JR Yamanote line with Tokyo, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ueno and many other stations in Tokyo. Single fare is okay for access to Haneda. You may find some more information about access to Haneda at the following link:

Narita airport is one hour away from downtown Tokyo. There are many ways to get Narita from downtown Tokyo, like Narita Express, Skyliner, Limousine bus and budget access bus. But the deal is very limited. They welcome incoming traveller but not outgoing travellers. Please find more information about access to Narita at the link below:

I have many more sample itineraries. Please check the category, Sample Itinerary.

I hope this post helped you to build your trip plan.

211 thoughts on “Basic itinerary of Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo in 7 days”

  1. Hi Takeshi.
    Need your advise.. is it worth it to purchase a JR Pass for this itinerary…
    1. KIX – Kyoto – Fushimi Inari
    2. Kyoto – Namba – Dotonbori
    3. Namba – Universal Studios
    4. Universal Studios – KIX

      1. Hi Takeshi,

        We arrive in to KIX around 7.30pm in early April with luggage and 1 person in wheelchair. Plan on staying in a hotel in RikuTown overnight, then to Nagoya next morning for 4 nights. We then go to Tokyo for 4 nights, then board a cruise ship from Yokohama.
        The cruise ends in Kobe, and we then stay in Tennoji for 3 nights before flying out of KIX on 5th May.
        We will be using trains for all travel in and between cities.
        What would be the best value passes to use?

        1. Hi John,

          I don’t think that you may use any rail passes. It’s same condition as the sample itinerary above. One way trip from Osaka to Tokyo is not enough to use the pass. But if you intend to visit some places outside cities when you are in Osaka and Tokyo, you may be able to use JR pass.

          Please remember that 7 days pass price is almost same as round trip between Osaka and Tokyo. You have only one way trip now. So side trip from Tokyo and/or Osaka must be a big trip(s), such as trip to Hirohsima, trip to Kanazawa.


          Takeshi /

          1. One other query, Takeshi,
            I have read many helpful posts on accessibility in Japan, but could you give me specific advice on using the train system with a wheelchair……..specifically, securing a wheelchair seat or space, and where/how to buy these specific tickets; how much extra time to allow at the station; and if we buy any of the discount passes, will my reserved wheelchair seat/space be covered by them.
            We will be travelling KIX -Osaka-Nagoya; Nagoya area; Nagoya-Tokyo; Tokyo area; Yokohama; Kobe-Osaka; Osaka-Kyoto area; Osaka-KIX.

            Thank you again for your help.

            1. Hi John,

              You may try to take JR’s limited express trains and Shinkansen as much as you can.
              Haruka (KIX-Osaka)
              Shinkansen (Osaka-Nagoya, Nagoya-Tokyo)

              These trains have the space for wheelchair. But the number of space is limited. When you book a seat, you have to tell that you want to book a space for the wheelchair and they will find the spot. The ticket fare is same as regular fare but you have to reserve a spot in advance.

              You can take Shinkansen between Kyoto and Osaka, Osaka and Kobe. But you have to take a local train or subway in the cities and when you get Shinkansen station. These commute trains have a spot for wheelchair but you cannot reserve a spot. You must tell the station staff to help and find the spot.

              I actually don’t know how much time you spend. I guess it will be 15 to 20 minutes. But I do not have any experience to take wheelchair on the train.


              Takeshi /

  2. Hi Takeshi,

    We are planning to travel to Japan this coming May and we dont know whether to buy 7day JR pass tickets or one way tickets.
    We are planning to go to osaka for the first 3 days then go to tokyo on the 4th-7th day. Do you think a JR pass will be worth it for the bullet train ride from osaka to tokyo plus airport transfers to our accomodation? Thank you very much.


  3. dear takeshi san,

    i am from msia. below is my itinerary.
    day 1 – kix check-in to chikko, tempozan
    day 2 – usj
    day 3 – shirakawa-go
    day 4 – osaka
    day 5 – kyoto
    day 6 – nara park
    day 7- osaka

    1. would like to check what pass fit to my schedule above.
    2. for shirakawago i go on weekend, at nohi bus schedule i found out the bus is not working on weekend. is there any alternative way i can get to kanazawa ?

    thank you so much for your kind helps.

    1. Hi Mmun san,

      The bus to Shirakawago from Kanazawa runs everyday. I think you mis-understood the timetable. Only a few of bus do not run on weekend and most of them run as usual.

      You can use Takayama Hokuriku area pass for the first 5 days.

      But you man need to add the fare or the other deal in Osaka and Kyoto because this pass does not cover subway and city bus in Kyoto and Osaka.

      You can add regular fare for day 6 and 7.


      Takeshi /

  4. Hi Takeshi,

    Need some advice on the transport pass for the trip I will be making at the end of March next year for sakura season 🙂

    Day 1 – Osaka
    Touched down on Kansai Airport on 6am and make my way to hotel near Shinsaibashi station. Then would be travelling around Osaka’s various attractions eg. Osaka Castle and etc.

    Day 2 – Kobe
    Day trip to Kobe then back to Osaka.

    Day 3, 4 – Kyoto
    From Osaka to Kyoto in the morning and hoping to squeeze Nara in before continuing the journey. The next day will be mainly in going around attractions in Kyoto.

    Day 5 – Nagoya
    Use shinkansen to Nagoya then spend the remaining day visiting Nagoya.

    Day 6, 7, 8 – Tokyo
    From Nagoya to Shibuya, Tokyo via shinkansen on day 6. Then will use the remaining days of the trip visiting Tokyo.

    The initial idea is to purchase a JR Rail Pass for the entire trip and use Suica for any trip / subway which is not covered by JR Pass. However, it seems like regional day pass seems like a better deal, need your advice on this.

    Thanks in advance!

      1. Hi Takeshi,

        Thank you so much for your advice. I have re-planned most of my routes after reading some of your posts (which are super helpful!). However, there are still some confusions which I would like to clarify with you 🙂

        Day 1 (Osaka)
        Like what you’ve suggested, I will use a day pass for this day. However, I came across a few passes (aside from Yokoso! Osaka), since I want to make a visit to Osaka Kaiyukan, do you think Osaka Kaiyu Ticket (Osaka City Plan or Nankai Plan) is more worthy because the entrance to aquarium already cost around 2300 yen.

        Day 2 (Kobe)
        Since my first destination in Kobe will be Himeji Castle and I will most likely follow the route you’ve suggested (from Umeda – Sanyo Himeji), but, which train is covered by Kansai Thru Pass? Most of the line I can find online is JR line (which is not covered I think), except one, Hanshin Line.

        After Himeji Castle, the remaining days will be at Ikuta Jinja / Kobe Animal Kingdom / Port Tower / back to Osaka, which all the transports should be covered by Kansai Thru Pass.

        Day 3 & 4 (Kyoto)
        Take subway from Shinsaibashi to Shin-Osaka to Kyoto station via shinkansen. Kansai Thru Pass should be able to cover most of my tours in Kyoto (Arashiyama, Fushimi Inari, Gion area and etc.)

        Does Kansai Thru Pass covers Hankyu line?

        Day 5 (Nagoya)
        From Kyoto station to Nagoya station via shinkansen, since I will only stay 1 night in Nagoya, I think Shoryudo Nagoya Subway & Bus 1-Day Ticket (700 yen) will be enough.

        Day 6 to 8 (Tokyo)
        Shinkansen from Nagoya station to Shinagawa Station and Yamanote line to my hotel at Shibuya. The remaining trips should be covered by the Tokyo Subway 3-Day Ticket. However, I will be landing at Osaka and take off at Haneda, I can’t seem to find any place that sell this ticket outside of Tokyo. Is it possible to get it in Nagoya or even in Osaka?

        My next worry will be the availability of shinkansen ticket, will it be sold out because my travel period of (end of March seems to be a peak season). Is that anyway to order it online?

        As always thanks in advance!

        1. Hi Vincent,

          For day 1, Osaka Kaiyu ticket is okay.

          For day 2, you can take Hanshin railway and Sanyo railway to get Kobe and Himeji. Please see the link below to get the coverage map of Kansai thru pass.

          For day 3, do you really need to take Shinkansen? It’s such a short ride. If you take it, you need to pay around 1500 yen at least for only 10 minutes ride. If you use Kansai thru pass, you should take Hankyu, Keihan or Kintetsu to get Kyoto. These trains, Keifuku raiwlay, Eizan railway, subway and city bus are covered. Otherwise you may not get the worth of Kansai thru pass.

          Please see the link below to find the location of purchase of Tokyo subway ticket.


          Takeshi /

  5. Hi Takeshi,

    May I also seek your advise on what pass to use for the below itinerary:

    Day 1 (Tue) – Arrive in Kix at 9:55pm. Check-in to an apartment near Dobutsuen-Mae Station and Shinamamaya

    Day 2 (Wed) – Visit Osaka Castle, Umeda Sky Bldg, and stroll around Dotonbori. Back to apartment.

    Day 3 (Thu) – Check-out from the apartment and travel to Kyoto/deposit luggage. Visit Fushimi Inari Shrine, Arashiyama Temples, and Bamboo Groves. Night bus to Tokyo

    Day 4 (Fri) – Arrival in Tokyo/Drop luggage to an apartment near Asakusa Station. Visit Asakusa, Shinjuku, Meiji Shrine and nearby areas. Back to apartment.

    Day 5 (Sat) – DisneySea

    Day 6 (Sun) – Fuji Five Lakes

    Day 7 (Mon) – Early flight in NRT

    Thank you in advance.


  6. Hi Takeshi-san,

    Is Kintetsu Rail Pass (first 5 days) + Hokuriku Arch Pass (7 days) the best choice for this itinerary? Thanks in advance.

    Days 1&2 – Nagoya
    Days 3&4 – Osaka (1 full day in USJ)
    Days 5&6 – Kyoto
    Days 7&8 – Kanazawa
    Day 9 – Arrive at Tokyo (noon time); Ghibli Museum (afternoon)
    Day 10 – Tokyo metropolis
    Day 11 – Tokyo (early flight)

    1. Hi Kay san,

      If you move from Nagoya to Osaka on day 3, you can use JR Pass 7 days from day 3 to 9. You can use other deals when you are in Nagoya and Tokyo, such as subway pass.

      It’s cheaper and you can take Shinkansen from Nagoya to Osaka which is faster than Kintetsu train.


      Takeshi /

      1. Hi Takeshi-san,

        Our 2nd day itinerary includes Nagoya Castle, Shikizakura in Obara, and Laguna Ten Bosch. Will the Nagoya 1-day bus and subway ticket cover our transportation to Laguna Ten Bosch or do we need to purchase individual ticket instead? Thank you.

  7. Hi Takeshi,

    After reading your guide, I am still having difficulties to choose which pass to use for Kansai area. I really appreciate your help in recommending the best one for us. Below is our itinerary:

    Oct 6 – Arriving at Kansai airport at 9.30pm, Overnight in Namba area for the night. Plan to stay in Osaka until Oct 10.
    Oct 7 – Will go Tsutenkaku / Shinsekai / Osaka castle / Umeda / Namba / Dotonbori / Shinsaibashi
    Oct 8 – Head to Kyoto – Will visit Arashiyama / Fushimi Inari / Nishiki Market
    Oct 9 – Imperial palace / Gion street / Kiyomizudera temple / Sanneizaka / Ninenzaka
    Oct 10 – Hiroshima / Miyajima – to use your guide on this place
    Oct 11 – Heading to Kanzawa from Osaka using Limited express Thunderbird in early morning. Plan to take 13.25 nohi bus to Shirakawago. Overnite at Shirakawago village.
    Oct 12 – Go to Tokyo: Plan to depart from Shirakawago back to Kanazawa at 10.55am by Nohi bus.
    Plan to take Kanazawa JR to Shinjuku station JR to save time.
    Oct 13 – Mt Fuji / Lake Kawaguchiko one day trip – Read from your post take either JR or bus from Shinjuku Station
    Oct 14 – Stay in Shinjuku area – Use ICOCA card for the below places:
    Go Senso-ji, Akasuka / Nakamise-dori Street / Tokyo Skytree town
    Ueno – Ameyoko Centre building (if times allow)
    Nihombashi/Tokyo – Kokyo gaein National Garden / Tokyo station
    Ginza – Tsukiji market
    Shibuya – free & easy
    Odaiba – short time sightseeing – statue of liberty / rainbow bridge / odaiba seaside park
    Go Roppongi for sightseeing – Tokyo tower / Tokyo midtown

    Oct 15 – Will visit the places on Oct 14 which we cannot make it before 11pm to Haneda airport

    Q1: Will my itinerary a bit rush? My brother and I are bringing our parents for sightseeing with 4 standard size cabin luggage.

    Q2: Which pass should I use for Kansai Area? Or I need to use Osaka Amazing 1 day pass & 2 days Kyoto Sightseeing Pass? I did a rough count, but seems like single ticket (such as ICOCA) and local deal is more suitable but I am not so sure about it. Please advise.

    Q3: Should I stay in Osaka or Kyoto for my trip plan for convenience?

    Thank you and have a wonderful day!


    1. Hi Lim,

      1. It’s busy but Your itinerary is feasible.

      2. I recommend you to use JR Pass 7 days from Oct 8 to 14. You need to add some fares or using ICOCA in Kyoto for taking bus or other Non JR trains. But you can take limited express Haruka from Tennoji to Kyoto directly by JR pass. Tennoji can be accessed by local train from JR-Namba. It’s covered.

      Bus to Shirakawago from Kanazawa is not covered either.

      If you use JR pass to get Lake Kawaguchi, you need to add the fare for Otsuki to/from Kawaguchiko.

      For Oct 6, please see the link below:

      For Oct 7, please see the link below:

      In Tokyo after JR Pass expires, you can add subway pass.


      Takeshi /

  8. Hi Takeshi San,

    Appreciate your comments on which rail pass I should get for my itinerary below: –

    Day 1: Kansai Airport to hotel at Osaka JR Stn (go Kyoto and maybe Kobe in the afternoon)
    Day 2: Osaka hotel to Kyoto
    Day 3: Osaka hotel to Kyoto (and Kobe if not done in Day 1)
    Day 4: Osaka to Tokyo (hotel at Oshiage Stn)
    Day 5: Tokyo hotel to Mt Fuji
    Day 6: Explore Tokyo *
    Day 7: Explore Tokyo
    Day 8: Tokyo hotel to Narita Airport by Limo bus

    * Would it make a difference if I add a day trip to Nikko?

    Thanks & regards,

  9. Hi Takeshi,

    Seeking your kind advice on travel plan in Dec:
    4D3N from Osaka to Kyoto/Nagoya, Fuji area (Hakone/Fuji/Kawaguchiko) to Tokyo.

    Understand that Jprail pass doesn’t cover most of the Fuji area transport.

    Or it’s easier if I were to do:

    Osaka-Kyoto/Nagoya, to Tokyo (for a night) then travel westwards back to Fuji area, and back to Tokyo for rest of my trip? (most travel advice I could find r usually Tokyo to Fuji area)

    Thank you very much
    Domo Arigato Gozaimasu

  10. Hi Takeshi, need your advise on what pass to use.

    Day 1 (Wed) – Arrive in Kansai Airport 7:55 pm. Hotel near Shin-imamiya station.

    Day 2 (Thu) – Osaka: Universal Studios and Shinsekai.

    Day 3 (Fri) – Osaka: Sumiyoshi Taisha, Shitennoji Temple, Osaka Castle, Umeda Sky Building, Dotonbori.

    Day 4 (Sat) – Travel to Kyoto. Hotel near Shichijo station. Kyoto Tower, Kinkakuji, Bamboo Groves, Nishiki Market, Kiyomizu-dera temple, Gion, Fushimi Inari Shrine.

    Day 5 (Sun) – Kyoto: Cathedral of Kawaramachi. Travel to Tokyo. Hotel near Ryogoku station.

    Day 6 (Mon) – Tokyo: Tsukiji Market, Meiji Shrine, Harajuku, Imperial Palace, Sensoji temple, Tokyo Government Office, Shinjuku, Odiaba, Shibuya.

    Day 7 (Tue) – Tokyo: Mt. Fuji Five Lakes

    Day 8 (Wed) – Early flight. Narita Airport.

    Thank you very much!

    1. Hi Camille,

      In most part of your trip, regular ticket is your choice. You can use local deals in the links below for day 3, 4 and 6 only.

      For KIX to Shin-Imamiya, single ticket for Nankai railway is your choice.

      You may use one base fare ticket from Shin-Imamiya to Tokyo with stopover at Kyoto. Or simply you can use single ticket for Shin-Imamiya to Kyoto. And you may add Platt Kodama for Kyoto to Tokyo.

      Please see the link below about trip to Fuji and Narita.


      Takeshi /

    2. Hi Camille. May I ask what pass did you use for your trip last May? We have almost the same itinerary, excluding your Day 2 and Day 5 replaced with DisneySea. Thanks in advance.

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