Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass. Perfect deal to get Takayama, Kanazawa, Toyama, Shirakawago from Nagoya or Osaka

Tanabata festival decoration in Takayama ©Y.Shimizu/©JNTO
Tanabata festival decoration in Takayama ©Y.Shimizu/©JNTO

Takayama – Hokuriku Area Tourist Pass was released in 2014 and it has been one of the most popular deals so far. But it is supposed to be discontinued at the end of June 2015 because this deal is Shinkansen 50th years anniversary product. I have received many comments that said this deal would be continued to sell or not after July 1, 2015.

Now JR Central and JR West have made a decision to continue this product. I think they noticed this is very popular and lots of demand. The price is higher but coverage is bigger. In my opinion, it is good change even though price is higher.

In this post, I would like to share the information about this deal, Takayama – Hokuriku Area Pass with you. I will tell you the difference from Takayama – Hokuriku Area Tourist Pass (available until end of June) and compare the price of pass and single fare too.

This deal will be on sale after July 1, 2015. If you travel before Jun 26, please use the following deal.
Takayama – Hokuriku Area Tourist Pass

Who is eligible

Visitors who land as “Temporary Visitor” status can purchase this pass.

Types and prices

There is only 5 days pass.

TYPES Adult Child (6-11yrs)
5 Days 14,000 yen 7,000 yen

*5 year old or younger child is free. Maximum 2 children per one adult.

The pass must be used in consecutive days. The validity of a rail pass starts from 12 O’clock at night.

ex) If you start to use 5 days pass on May 1, the pass is expired at 23:59 on May 5.

So the price is 3,000 yen higher than Takayama – Hokuriku Area Tourist Pass. But the coverage area is bigger and I will tell you later about coverage.

Sales location

You CANNOT purchase this pass in Japan. You have to purchase an exchange order before you leave your country. I believe sales location is same as current pass Takayama – Hokuriku Area Tourist Pass:

Takayama-Hokuriku Area Tourist Pass official site

This pass will be sold after July 1, 2015. But of course, you can purchase it in advance because this pass cannot be purchased in Japan. Since the official announcement has just placed, only PDF information is available at official site.

JR Central Tourist Pass official site

I think the detailed online information will come up soon at the site above.

Coverage area and valid transportation

Kentrokuen garden is one of three best Japanese Gardens.  ©JTA/ ©JNTO
Kentrokuen garden is one of three best Japanese Gardens. ©JTA/ ©JNTO
Coverage map of Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass (Click to enlarge)
Coverage map of Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass (Click to enlarge)

The pass covers Osaka, Kyoto, Kanazawa, Shirakawago, Takayama, Gero, Gifu and Nagoya as same as old version. And this pass also covers JR trains in Osaka city area, Kansai airport, JR Takayama line between Takayama and Toyama, Hokuriku Shinkansen between Toyama and Kanazawa, and Kaetsuno bus between Shirakawago and Shin-Takaoka. Now you can access to Toyama, Gokayama / Ainokura area, and Kansai airport. This additional coverage is a big difference for some travellers. Especially you can start to use this pass right after arrival in Kansai airport. This makes your trip be much easier.

I just want to list up of trains and bus services that are covered by this pass:

JR train (limited express Haruka) between Osaka and Kansai airport
JR train within Osaka city limit
JR train (limited express Thunderbird) between Osaka/Kyoto and Kanazawa
Hokuriku Shinkansen between Toyama and Kanazawa via Shin-Takaoka
JR train between Nagoya and Toyama via Takayama
Nohi bus between Takayama and Kanazawa via Shirakawago
Kaetsuno bus between Shirakawago and Shin-Takaoka

You can take limited express, rapid and local on the segments above. But it covers only ordinary class. This pass covers reserved seat up to four times too. And also you cannot use reserved seat on Limited Express Haruka (Kansai airport – Shin-Osaka/Kyoto) and Hokuriku Shinkansen. There are non reserved seats available on these train. So you still can take these trains. But the fastest train “Kagayaki” on Hokuriku Shikansen does not have any non reserved seat. You cannot take Kagayakai on Hokuriku Shinkansen. You have to take other two trains, Hakutaka or Tsurugi on Hokuriku Shinkansen.

Please find more details about Hokuriku Shinkansen at the following link:

Hokuriku Shinkansen, Direct access to Kanazawa, Nagano and Toyama from Tokyo

Nohi bus is major public transportation to get Shirakawago and express bus service is operated. This bus service is covered by this pass fully but you need to book before on board. You can find the phone number and timetable at Nohi Bus Official Site.

This pass also covers another bus line, Kaetsuno bus that runs between Shirakwago and Hokuriku Shinkansen station, Shin-Takaoka. Now you can access to Gokayama and Ainokura by this pass without any extra.

This pass does not cover any trains and bus services between Nagoya and Osaka/Kyoto directly. You cannot take Shinkansen either. It is same condition as old version of this pass.

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If you want to make circle tour, Osaka / Kyoto – Kanazawa – Shirakawago – Takayama – Nagoya – Osaka, Kintetsu Rail Pass may be considerable

If you are okay with taking same route to go back to Osaka or Kyoto in 5 days, you do not need to pay any extra. Now this pass covers Takayama – Toyama. So you can take a different route to go back to Osaka. You do not need to take same bus service from Takaymaa to Kanazawa via Shirakawago.

But some of you want to go down to Nagoya and make a direct access to go back to Osaka. But you have to pay around 6500 yen to go back to Osaka by Shinkansen reserved seat. If you are okay with this additional charge, you can go for it. If you want to save your extra cost, Kintetsu Rail Pass may be considerable. Kintetsu Railway’s Limited Express has same quality as JR’s Limited Express trains. It is much slower than Shinkansen. But it is cheap and also if you go to Namba, Kintetsu takes you there directly. Please find more information about Kintetsu Rail Pass, please refer the following link:

Kintetsu Rail Pass, Most affordable deal for Osaka/Kyoto-Nagoya and access to Ise.

Compare cost between pass and single fare

First of all, please see the fare table for major segments below:

One way fare

Kansai airport – Shin-Osaka by Limited Express NON reserved seat 2330 yen
Kansai airport – Kyoto by Limited Express NON reserved seat 2850 yen
Osaka – Kanazawa by Limited Express reserved seat 7650 yen
Kyoto – Kanazawa by Limited Express reserved seat 6900 yen
Nagoya – Takayama by Limited Express reserved seat 6030 yen
Toyama – Takayama by Limited Express reserved seat 3360 yen
Toyama – Kanazawa by Hokuriku Shinkansen NON reserved seat 2810 yen
Kanazawa – Shirakawago by Nohi bus 1850 yen
Takayama – Shirakawago by Nohi bus 2470 yen
Kanazawa – Takayama by Nohi bus 3390 yen
Shirakawago – Shin-Takaoka by Kaetsuno bus 1800 yen

Let’s see the basic itineraries and compare costs. You may find more information about access to Takayama and Kazawa at the links beloiw:
How to access to Takayama by trains and buses
How to access to Kanazawa and Toyama from Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya

Round trip to Shirakawago via Kanazawa from Osaka by Limited Express Thunderbird and Nohi bus

Limited Express "Thunderbird"
Limited Express Thunderbird runs between Osaka/Kyoto and Kanazawa.

Return fares by Limited Express Thunderbird between Osaka and Kanazawa 7650 yen X 2 = 15300 yen
Return fares by Nohi bus between Kanazawa and Shirakawago 1850 yen X 2 = 3900 yen
Total 19200 yen

Even if you don’t go to Takayama, this pass is still cheaper than single fare. If you depart from Kyoto, the pass is way cheaper than single fare too.

Round trip to Shirakawago via Takayama from Nagoya by Limited Express Wide View Hida and Nohi bus

Wide View Hida at Toyama station
Wide View Hida by KIHA85 series at Toyama station (C) JP Rail

Return fares by Limited Express Wide View Hida between Nagoya and Takayama 6030 yen X 2 = 12060 yen
Return fares by Nohi bus between Takayama and Shirakawago 2470 yen X 2 = 4940 yen
Total 17000 yen

Many travellers who stay in Nagoya want to visit Shirakawago. This pass is much cheaper than single fare as well.

One way trip to Nagoya from Osaka via Kanazawa, Shirakawago and Takayama

World Heritage Shirakawago has lots of traditional Japanese residences. ©Akimasa Yuasa/©JNTO
World Heritage Shirakawago has lots of traditional Japanese residences. ©Akimasa Yuasa/©JNTO

Single fare by Limited Express Thunderbird between Osaka and Kanazawa 7650 yen
Single fare by Nohi bus between Kanazawa and Shirakawago 1850 yen
Single fare by Nohi bus between Kanazawa and Shirakawago 2470 yen
Single fare by Limited Express Wide View Hida between Nagoya and Takayama 6030 yen
Total 18000 yen

If you arrive in KIX and depart from Chubu and make this route in 5 days, you also include Kansai airport to Osaka. This itinerary is very attractive and this pass gives you a great saving!

Small circle trip from/to Osaka via Kanazawa, Shirakawago, Takayama and Toyama

Most of  train is operated by this fleet, E6 / W6 series.
Most of train is operated by this fleet, E6 / W6 series.

Single fare by Limited Express Thunderbird between Osaka and Kanazawa 7650 yen
Single fare by Nohi bus between Kanazawa and Shirakawago 1850 yen
Single fare by Nohi bus between Shirakawago and Takayama 2470 yen
Single fare by Limited Express Wide View Hida between Takayama and Toyama 3360 yen
Single fare by Hokuriku Shikansen and Limited Express Thunderbird between Toyama and Osaka via Kanazawa 8910 yen
Total 24240 yen

Now you can make a different route on the way back to Osaka by this pass. You have only 5 days. But you can include Toyama. this pass does not cover any local transportation in Toyama. But you can visit Tateyama-Kurobe Alpine Route when you are in Toyama.
*You cannot go through Alpine route to Shinano-Omachi in this itinerary. It is completely outside coverage area. You have to make a round trip to Murodo or other point on Alpine route.

Suggested itinerary
Day 1 Osaka – Kanazawa
Day 2 Kanazawa – Shirakawago – Takayama
Day 3 Takayama – Toyama
Day 4 Toyama – Alpine route – Toyama or Kanazawa
Day 5 Toyama or Kanazawa – Osaka or KIX or Kyoto

Yes. You can do it in 5 days. If you arrive in Kansai airport early morning, you can start this sample right after you arrive in Kansai. You can reach Kanazawa on day 1.

Small circle trip from/to Nagoya via Kanazawa, Shirakawago, Takayama and Toyama

Single fare by Limited Express Wide View Hida between Nagoya and Takayama 6030 yen
Single fare by Nohi bus between Takayama and Shirakawago 2470 yen
Single fare by Nohi bus between Shirakawago and Kanazawa 1850 yen
Single fare by Hokuriku Shikansen between Kanazawa and Toyama 2810 yen
Single fare by Limited Express Wide View Hida between Toyama and Nagoya 7650 yen
Total 20810 yen

It is similar plan as above but depart/arrive in Nagoya. You can make a trip to Tateyama-Kurobe Alpine Route in this itinerary too.

Suggested itinerary
Day 1 Nagoya – Takayama
Day 2 Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa
Day 3 Kanazawa – Toyama
Day 4 Toyama – Alpine route – Toyama
Day 5 Toyama – Nagoya

Assessment

As you saw the above, even though price is higher than old version, this pass is still a great deal. Actually when old version of this pass was on sale, I said “I hope this pass will be sold as regular product.” I love JR Central and JR West decisions. This deal will be

875 thoughts on “Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass. Perfect deal to get Takayama, Kanazawa, Toyama, Shirakawago from Nagoya or Osaka”

  1. How about if it’s the other way around?
    I arrive at Chubu on 17th and depart from Japan via Kansai on 10/22. Will you still suggest this route or pass?

  2. Hi Takeshi,

    Good day.

    Following is my itinerary, the question i would like to ask is whether should i buy the Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass or other pass or separately tickets, please advice:-

    8/11/2018 – Kansai International Airport -> Kyoto (Haruku)
    12/11/2018 – Kyoto -> Kanazawa
    13/11/2018 – Kanazawa -> Shirakawa -> Takayama ( Nohi Bus)
    14/11/2018- Takayama -> Kamikochi->Toyama
    15/11/2018 – Tayama (Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Road) -> Matsumoto
    16/11/2018- Matsumoto -> Narai -> Nagoya -> Osaka
    17/11/2018 – Osaka (Osaka Castle)
    18/11/2018- Osaka (Yamazaki) -> Kansai International Airport

    Thank you.

    1. Hi Lyvia,

      You can use Takayama Hoikuriku area pass but you have to go back to Takayama after visiting Kamikochi and take train from Takayama to Toyama. Otherwise you cannot get the worth.

      You may use ICOCA and Haruka for arrival day.
      https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-visitors/icoca-and-haruka-ticket-very-flexible-and-good-deal-for-tourist-who-stay-in-kansai.html

      Kansai area pass one day is your option for the last day.
      https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-visitors/how-to-use-jr-west-kansai-area-pass-compare-pass-and-single-fare.html

      When you are in Osaka and Kyoto, you can use ICOCA. And also you may add some deals in the links below as you need:
      https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-residents/how-to-choose-the-best-train-pass-for-sightseeing-in-osaka.html
      https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-residents/how-to-choose-the-best-train-pass-for-sightseeing-in-Kyoto.html

      There is no deals available for other segment. Single ticket is your option.

      The bus to Kamikochi runs until November 15. It will be completely winter season when you get there. Alpine route is open until the end of November but this is completely winter situation too. Don’t expect fall season. You must prepare winter clothing and shoes. These areas may be closed due to severe winter weather. It is not surprised if these places are closed.

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JPRail.com

      1. Hi Takeshi,

        Thanks for the prompt response.

        If i rearrange the trip as following, it is better ?

        8/11/2018 – KIX -> Shin-Osaka (HARUKA) -> Matsumoto
        9/11/2018 – Matsumoto -> Shinano Omachi ->Origawa (Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Road) ->Tayama
        QUESTION : Can I use Tateyama Kurobe Option Ticket ? (But notice stated 7, November is the last valid start day)

        10/11/2018 – Tayama -> Takayama
        11/11/2018- Takayama ->Kamikochi ->Takayama
        12/11/2018 – Takayama ->Shirakawa -> Kanazawa
        Question : This part cover in Takayama Hiokuriju Area Pass?

        13/11/2018 – Kanazawa -> Kyoto
        14/11/2018- Kyoto
        15/11/2018 – Kyoto
        16/11/2018- Kyoto ->Nara ->Osaka
        17/11/2018 – Osaka (Amazing 1 day Pass)
        18/11/2018- Osaka -> KIX

        1. Hi Lyvia,

          In regards to the cost, it’s not much different. You can use Takayama Hokuriku area pass from Toyama on 9th Nov. It covers your trip until you get Kyoto on 13th Nov.

          Unfortunately you cannot use Tateyama Kurobe option ticket. Sales period will be end on 7th Nov. You cannot purchase it.

          Cheers,

          Takeshi / JPRail.com

          1. Hi Takeshi,

            Good day.

            For my last few questions:

            Trip from Toyama to Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Road back to Toyama or Kanazawa

            Question 1: Toyama to Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Road, is it cover under Takayama Hokuriku area pass?

            Question 2: Any transport can back to Toyama/ Kanazawa after the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Road trip ? If yes, it is cover under Takayama Hokuriku area pass or single ticket ?

            Question 3 : Hokuriku Shikansen between Kanazawa and Toyama which is not cover under under Takayama Hokuriku area pass right? Which need to paid extra 2810 yen ?

            Thank you so much.

          2. Hi Lyvia,

            1. Takayama Hokuriku area pass does not cover any transports on Tateyama Kurobe alpine route. Regular fare ticket is required.

            2. Again Takayama Hokuriku area pass does not cover at all. You need to pay regular fare for express bus Ogizawa to Nagano and Hokuriku Shinkansen from Nagano to Toyama.
            https://www.alpico.co.jp/tourists/en/alpine/route01/

            3. It is covered. But you cannot reserve a seat. Only non reserved seat is covered.
            http://touristpass.jp/en/takayama_hokuriku/

            Cheers,

            Takeshi / JPRail.com

          3. Hi Takeshi,

            For the Nagano to Toyama or Kanazawa which is under Hokuriku Shinkansen, is it cover under Takayama Hokuriku area pass as well ?

            Appreciate for the prompt response.

            Thank you.

          4. Hi Lyvia,

            Yes, you can. But there are three kinds of train running, Kagayaki, Hakutaka and Tsurugi. You can take Hakutaka and Tsurugi. This pass covers only non reserved seat on Hokuriku Shinkansen. Kagayaki does not have any non reserved seat car.

            Cheers,

            Takeshi / JPRail.com

      2. Hi Takeshi-san,

        Greetings from Malaysia. We have decided to travel to Chubu Area and Kansai of Japan from 7 Novmeber until 18 Novemebr 2018. We have firmed up our itinerary and planned to purchase Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass (14000 yen, 5 day pass), ICOCA and Haruka and Osaka Amazing Pass and hope the below itinerary covers the travelling cost of using these passes.

        Day 1 – From Kuala Lumpur to Kansai Airport Osaka – Arrival time 2140 (Hotel stay: nearby Airport)

        Day 2 – Tour at Toyama (Hotel stay: Toyama)
        We will take LTD. EXP HARUKA at Kansai Airport Osaka to Shin-Osaka and then take LTD. EXP THUNDERBIRD to Kanazawa. Lastly, we will take SHINKANSEN TSURUGI at Kanazawa to Toyama. All travel cost is covered under Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass.

        Day 3 – Visit to Shirakawago. (Hotel stay: Toyama)
        We will travel from Toyama to Takayama via Ltd. Exp. (Wide View) Hida this is covered by Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass. Then take Nohi Bus at Takayama to Shirakawago to Kanazawa and back to Toyama. Covered by Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass

        Day 4 – Visit to Komikochi. (Hotel stay: Matsumoto)
        We will travel from Toyama to Takayama via Ltd. Exp. (Wide View) Hida this is covered by Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass. Then buy regular ticket from Takayama travel to Hirayu Onsen, round trip ticket to Komikochi and back to Hirayu Onsen. And regular ticket from Hirayu Onsen to Matsumoto.

        Day 5 – Visit Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route (Hotel stay: Toyama)
        We will travel from Matsumoto to Shinano Omachi via JR Oito Line, then to Ogizawa to Murado to Dentetsu Toyama Station. All under regular ticket.

        Day 6 to Day 9 – Visit Kyoto ( Hotel Stay : Kyoto)
        We will take SHINKANSEN TSURUGI from Toyama to Kanazawa then, LTD. EXP THUNDERBIRD to Kyoto. Covered by Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass,

        We will using ICOCA when visit Kyoto.

        Day 10 – Visit Nara (Hotel Stay: Kyoto)
        We will using ICOCA.

        Day 11 – Visit to Osaka (Hotel stay: Osaka)
        Will using Osaka Amazing one day pass.

        Day 12 – Visit Osaka (Yamazaki) using ICOCA and Haruka ticket back to Kansai International Airport.

        I apologise for the lengthy email and look forward to your kind assistance.

        Thank you in advance for your help! Have a good day ^ ^

        Best regards
        Khoo

        1. Hi Khoo san,

          Your plan is good. I have a few suggestions for you.

          When you are in Kyoto, you can add all day bus pass for bus ride. You can use ICOCA to take city but but all day bus pass is only 500 yen. You can get the worth of it by three rides.
          https://jprail.com/travel-informations/basic-informations/station-information/shin-imamiya-station-guide-how-to-trasnsfer-jr-nankai-railway-and-subway-line.html

          In the last day, you may use Kansai area pass one day. You can get Yamazaki and taking Haruka to KIX by this pass.
          https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-visitors/how-to-use-jr-west-kansai-area-pass-compare-pass-and-single-fare.html

          Cheers,

          Takeshi / JPRail.com

          1. Hi Takeshi,

            Thanks for the speedy replied.

            That’s mean i just buy the ICOCA card alone and Kansai area one day pass to cover my last day trip.

            Besides, travel from kyoto to Nara is it use ICOCA better than Kansai area one day pass?

            Best Regards,
            Khoo

          2. Hi Khoo,

            You can use ICOCA itself without Haruka ticket. By the way you can use Kansai one pass. It’s basically same as ICOCA but Kansai one pass offers discount at many attractions.

            Kansai area pass is too much for day trip to Nara.

            Cheers,

            Takeshi / JPRail.com

          3. Hi Takeshi,

            Thanks for your well explanation, really helping me alot.

            Have a nice day.

            Best Regards,
            Khoo

  3. Hi Takeshi,
    Thank you for your fast reply..

    From my understanding, its mean i can’t take the nohi bus only with reservation number and takayama hokuriku pass ?

    The reservation number must be change with ticket at takayama terminal bus before i go from takayama to shirakawago ?

    Can i change the reservation number in kanazawa ticket bus centre office, 2 days before i go to shirakawago ?

    Thank you in advance.

  4. Hi Takeshi,

    I already had reserved seat nohi bus for takayama – shirakawago- kanazawa, and they give me reservation number.
    1. Do i need to exchange the reservation number with some ticket/pass ?
    2. If yes, where i can change the reservation number ?
    3. Can i only show the reservation number and takayama hokuriku pass to the driver, before i take the nohi bus ?

    Thank you in advance.

  5. Hi,
    My plan is to travel of Osaka Kansai International Airport – Kyoto – Nagoya – Takayama – Shirakawago – Toyama – Osaka within 5 days. Does this pass covers all the trains?

    1. Hi Jessica,

      You cannot take train from Kyoto to Nagoya by this pass. You have to pay regular fare for this segment. If you take Shinkansen, regular fare is around 6,000 yen. Other segments are covered.

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JPRail.com

  6. Hi,

    My plan is to travel of Osaka Kansai International Airport – Kyoto – Kanazawa – Shirakawago – Kyoto – Osaka within 5 days. Does this pass covers all the trains?

    1. Hi Jessy,

      It covers these train trips. But when you are in Kanazawa, Kyoto and Osaka, you can just drop by. You have to take other trains, subways and/or city bus in these cities to visit tourist spots. But this pass does not cover any local transports.

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JPRail.com

  7. Hi Takeshi,

    If i had reserved seat ticket for takayama hokuriku pass, did i need to tap the reserved ticket at ticketing gate ?
    Or only show the pass to the ticketing gate guard ?

    Thank you in advance.

    Thank

  8. Hi! Looking to travel from Nagoya to these places: Gero Onsen, Takayama, Shirakawago, Kanazawa, and my last stop is actually Karuizawa for ski. Any recommendations on how my route shd be?

  9. Hello Takeshi, hope you are well. We are based in Osaka. Would like to visit Kanazawa for cherry blossom and explore kyoto and osaka itself. what would you suggest using takayama hokuriku pass. thanks

  10. Hi Takeshi,

    From kanazawa, with thunderbird we plan to stop at kyoto station Can we take haruka from kyoto station to tennoji station with takayama hokuriku pass ?

    Thank you at advance.

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