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Rail pass for visitors

Greater Tokyo Pass offers unlimited ride of Tokyo Subway and major Non JR lines in Tokyo and surrounding area.

Greater Tokyo Pass covers most Non JR railways, such as Keisei railway, Tobu railway, Odakyu railway, Tokyo Metro. In this post, I explain how to use this pass.
Tokyo

Guide to take trains in Tokyo. How to choose the best deal and the best route by the train.

There are so many train lines and subway lines in downtown Tokyo. It is hard to find the route and the coverage of many deals. This guide shows you the train system, how to find the route and how to choose the deals.
Rail pass for visitors

Tokyo Wide Pass user guide. Perfect choice for trip to Nikko, Fuji, Gala Yuzawa and Odaiba

Tokyo Wide Pass is valid for 3 days and it covers Tokyo and surrounding area, such as Nikko, Lake Kawaguchi, Izu, Gala Yuzawa. This post shows you how to use this pass.
Niigata, Nagaoka, Echigo-Yuzawa

Save time and money to go to Niigata from Tokyo by train. Overnight rapid train Moonlight Echigo

***This train usually runs in peak periods. But since summer peak season in 2014, this train has not run any more. It ...
Mt. Fuji and Hakone

Mt. Fuji Round Trip Ticket is back in 2015. Perfect choice for just trip to Fuji san!

This deal, Mt. Fuji Round Trip Ticket was on sale in 2013 and 2014 during summer season only. Now this deal has just...
Rail pass for residents

Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass (Tokyo Tokunai Pass), good choice for sightseeing in Tokyo.

Tokyo Tokunai Pass is JR deal which covers JR local line in downtown Tokyo. This post shows you how to use this deal.
Mt. Fuji and Hakone

Odawara station guide. How to change the train to Hakone.

Odawata station is the gateway to Hakone. There are the Shinkansen, JR Tokaido line, JR Shonan Shijuku line, Odakyu Railway and Hakone Tozan Railway. In this post, I explain you the structure of Odawara station. You will find how to change the trains in this station.
2014 winter Aizu, Nikko and Hakone trip

Trip to Aizu, Nikko and Hakone in 2014 winter – Part 13, Hakone to Shinjuku

This post is continued from the previous post, Trip to Aizu, Nikko and Hakone in 2014 winter – Part 12, Takasaki to...
2014 winter Aizu, Nikko and Hakone trip

Trip to Aizu, Nikko and Hakone in 2014 winter – Part 1, from Narita Airport to Tokyo

I visited Japan in mid February. In this trip, I went to Aizu, Nikko and Hakone as you see the above map. I also ha...
Rail pass for visitors

JR East Pass. Flex 5 days unlimited travel within 14 days in Eastern Japan.

*JR East Pass will be divided into two passes on April 1, 2016. Those are JR East Pass (Tohoku area) and JR East ...
Kanto Area

Complete access guide to Ghibli Museum from Tokyo and Shinjuku.

I visited Ghibli Museum in this past spring and I realized how popular this site is for overseas travellers. It is n...
Rail pass for visitors

Suica & N’ex ticket. Very flexible and good deal for tourist who stay in Tokyo.

Now round trip deal, only N'EX Tokyo Round Trip Ticket is available. There are no one way deal and Suica combo deal ava...
2013 winter Tohoku & Nagano trip

Round trip to Kawaguchiko from Shinjuku by Azusa and Fujikyu railway. Trip to Tohoku and Nagano in 2013 winter – Part 6

Fuji Tozan Densha (left) is one of the biggest reason to visit Lake Kawaguchi for me. (C) JP Rail This post is conti...
Chubu Area

Guide for train access to Nagano, Matsumoto and other places in Shinshu and surrounding area.

Shinshu region is located in the heart of Japan. You might have heard Nagano where held winter Olympic games in 1998...
Tips for Japan Rail Pass

How to use JR Pass in downtown Tokyo. Try to maximize using JR Pass

You may find how much you can use JR Pass and other JR deals in downtown Tokyo.
Rapid service

Direct access from Shinjuku to Yokohama and Kamakura. Rapid train on Shonan-Shinjuku line

Shonan-Shijuku line is not the name of line, but it is the name of Rapid train's route. This line connects west side...
Atami, Ito, Shimoda, Mishima, Shuzenji

No express surcharge! Fast, economical and convenient! Rapid service network in Greater Tokyo

Japan Railway operate Rapid trains throughout Japan. Especially lots of Rapid trains are operated in urban area, suc...
Limited Express

Narita Express, JR’s express train service between Narita airport and Tokyo, Shinjuku, Shinagawa, Yokohama

Narita Express connects Narita Airport and Tokyo, Shinjuku, Yokohama and many stations in these areas. This post will tell you about Narita Express.
Aizu Wakamatsu, Fukushima, Koriyama, Nikko, Kinugawa-Onsen

The limited express Nikko and Kinugawa. The train connects Shinjuku and Nikko, Kinugawa Onsen directly

The limited express Nikko and Kinugawa are JR's limited express train which run between Shinjuku and Nikko, Kinugawa Onsen. But these trains run on Tobu Railway line partially. This train is covered by JR East Pass and Tokyo Wide Pass fully. But JR pass covers it partially. You can find the information of this train in this post.
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