PASS Kyushu

North Kyushu Pass

The North Kyushu pass is valid on all JR Kyushu lines above the line formed by Kumamoto, Aso and Bungo Taketa.

The pass is not valid on the Sanyo Shinkansen, sleeper trains or JR Kyushu buses.

A child price (6 to 11 years of age) is available for this pass.
Access to trains is free for babies under 5 years of age.
JR North Kyushu Pass
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Kyushu is home to Mount Aso, which, with an altitude of 1,591 metres, is one of the largest active volcanoes in the World! The tectonic activity in the region makes it the ideal place to visit a hot spring; the Beppu springs are reputed throughout Japan for their healing properties.

The island is also famous for its porcelain, originating from the towns of Arita or Imari and its historic towns such as Kumamoto, a feudal town since the 17th century.

The JR Kyushu Pass gives you access to JR Kyushu trains for 3 or 5 consecutive days, allowing you to discover the charms of the third largest island in the land of the rising sun. There are two types of passes: the All Kyushu Area Pass and the North Kyushu Pass.

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Chandu C.

is good

Iwona G.

It is not quite clear, looking at the map provided with the Rail Pass, which other destinations (apart from the obvious ones) one can go to. The infornmation on the map, different colours and small print (exceptins/restrictions) is slightly confusing, especially when - as one finds - there are other train operators in Japan too - with the result that it is often necessary to ask at the information desk which trains are available to further destinations, and how far north or south one can go, or if there really IS any local bus service available under the Pass.

Richard L.

Using Japan Rail Pass was the best way for my family to travel in Japan. It was easy to registered and really easy to use while traveling.

I have receommended Japan rail pass to all my friends.

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