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KINTETSU RAIL PASS 5 DAYS PLUS


Viaje ilimitado en el área de Kioto y Osaka

Por qué Kintetsu 5 días Pass plus?

Cubre Kioto <-> Nara; Osaka <-> Nara; Kioto/Osaka/Nagoya <-> Ise/Toba y Kashikojima; Osaka <-> Yoshino y todos los autobuses en las zonas de Nara, Ise y Toba

● No necesita comprar un billete cada vez con google map para coger un tren, ¡reduzca su estrés con este pase!

● ¡Fácil planificación para visitar el famoso Kinkaku-ji de Kioto, el castillo de Osaka, el parque de los ciervos de Nara, el Gran Santuario de Ise Jingu, la Isla de las Perlas de Toba, el parque Ghibli de Aichi y el circuito de Suzuka (circuito del Gran Premio de Japón de F1) con este pase!

5 días

Adulto: 35 €

Niño: 18 €

Por qué Japan Experience recomienda el Kintetsu 5 day Pass plus:

 

  • Los ferrocarriles Kintetsu son la mejor forma (mejor que la JR) de unir Kansai (Kioto, Osaka y Nagoya) con Nara, Ise y Toba. Además, este pase incluye autobuses en las zonas de Ise y Toba, para llegar a los lugares turísticos más famosos alejados de las estaciones de tren: como el gran santuario de Ise Jingu o las Rocas de los Casados Meoto Iwa.

Condiciones de uso

  1. Tras su pedido, le enviaremos el bono electrónico por correo electrónico en un plazo de 5 días laborables. Si lo desea antes, ya que tendrá que utilizarlo antes de 5 días laborables, no dude en ponerse en contacto con nosotros.
  2. Por favor, visite las siguientes oficinas de la estación de Kintetsu junto a la máquina expendedora de billetes y canjee su vale (No es necesario imprimirlo, muéstrelo por teléfono) para obtener un billete físico. 

Todas las oficinas están abiertas desde el primer tren hasta el último todos los días.

  • Kyoto : Kyoto station
  • Osaka :
    • Osaka-Namba station
    • Osaka-Uehommachi station
    • Osaka-Abenobashi station
  • Nara : Kintetsu-Nara station
  • Nagoya : Kintetsu-Nagoya station
  • Mie prefecture ; Tsu station

N.B: Para subir a un tren Limited Express, se necesita un billete Limited Express además del KINTETSU RAIL PASS. Los billetes Limited Express de Kintetsu pueden adquirirse en las taquillas de Limited Express señalizadas con la estación. Los trenes especiales Shimakaze, Aoniyoshi y Hinotori pueden subirse con un tercer billete especial, previa reserva.

¿Quién puede utilizar este pase?

Para utilizar este pase debe ser un turista extranjero que visita Japón desde el extranjero para hacer turismo, bajo el estatus de entrada de visitante temporal.

Por lo tanto, los titulares de pasaportes japoneses ni los extranjeros residentes en Japón no pueden utilizar este pase. Su pasaporte y el sello del visado que figura en él se controlarán en el momento de canjear el bono. Si su pasaporte es japonés o si entró en Japón sin estatus de visitante temporal (es decir, si no es turista sino residente de larga duración), no podrá canjear su vale por el pase real y Japan experience no podrá reembolsárselo.

Política de cancelación

Sólo se pueden cancelar las entradas no canjeadas dentro del periodo de validez. Sin embargo, una vez confirmada la reserva, no podrá cancelarse después de las 23:59 hora local un día antes de la fecha de participación (la fecha seleccionada en el momento de la reserva).
 

 

Kintetsu Premium Express Shimakaze Train

Kintetsu Premium Express Shimakaze Train

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Sightseeing Express Blue Symphony Train

The Blue Symphony Train (青の交響曲) operates to-and-from Osaka-Abenobashi and Yoshino in Nara, a historic location right by the mountain of the same name. This town is famous for its gorgeous views of sakura during spring and remnants of the Japan of yester-year, home to a collection of traditional artwork, artifacts, and an array of traditional shrines and temples. 

The train also stops at a number of stations in between, such as Shakudo, Asuka, and Shimoichiguchi for you to explore. 

The Blue Symphony is like stepping back in time, designed to be reminiscent of the most luxurious trains of the last century with an elegant, traditional interior. There’s even a bar and lounge inside for you to relax and enjoy a drink as you ride. 

Kintetsu Blue Symphony Train

Kintetsu Blue Symphony Train

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Hinotori Limited Express Train

For those traversing between the major cities of Osaka and Nagoya, the Hinotori Limited Express Train is the ultimate means of transportation. Hinotori in Japanese translates to “phoenix,” and the train interior is modeled after the legendary bird, with a sleek white, beige, and red motif. 

Outside of the train, passengers can see the full extent of the amazing views that central Japan has to offer, passing through major metropolitan areas with rows of skyscrapers as well as nature rich regions with forests and mountains abound. 

Osaka is the largest city in Kansai and boasts a lively and eccentric atmosphere with a strong nightlife. Head to Nagoya to see history first hand at Nagoya Castle as well as indulging in the city’s rich food culture with delicacies such as unagi hitsumabushi, tebasaki (sauced chicken wings), and a variety of red miso-based dishes. Between the two destinations, travelers can even stop at Nara to enjoy time in one of Japan’s oldest cities. 

Kintetsu Hinotori Train

Kintetsu Hinotori Train

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Sightseeing Limited Express Aoniyoshi Train

The Aoniyoshi Train was set up specifically for riders to take in the sites and attractions of Osaka, Kyoto, and Nara. Leisurely traveling between the three cities with a number of smaller stops on the way, the Aoniyoshi is the ultimate to go around Kansai and take 1,300 years of the nation’s history. 

Each destination represents Kansai and the whole of Japan in a unique way. Osaka’s vibrance and warmth with its lively districts such as Umeda and Dotonbori, Kyoto’s long-lasting history with its 17 different UNESCO sites, and Nara’s tranquility with its famous deer park and countless shrines and temples.  

Following a royal purple motif on the exterior with gold and green accents on the outside and interior, the train exudes elegance and class. The sales counter inside sells snacks from Nara Prefecture along with a number of goods limited to sale on the train. 

Kintetsu Aoniyoshi Train

Kintetsu Aoniyoshi Train

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Terms of use

  • After your order, we will send you an e-voucher by Email within 5 business days.
  • If you need the voucher as soon as possible (within 5 business days), please contact us.
  • Please visit the following Kintetsu station offices next to the ticket machine below and exchange your voucher (No need to be printed out, show it on the phone) to get a physical ticket! 

All offices are open from the first train to the last train everyday.

  • Kyoto : Kyoto station
  • Osaka :Osaka-Namba station/Osaka-Uehommachi station/
  • Osaka-Abenobashi station
  • Nara : Kintetsu-Nara station
  • Nagoya : Kintetsu-Nagoya station
  • Mie prefecture : Tsu station

NOTE: To board a Limited Express train, a Limited Express ticket is required in addition to KINTETSU RAIL PASS. Kintetsu Limited Express tickets can be purchased at a Limited Express ticket counter at the station. Shimakaze special trains, Aoniyoshi and Hinotori can be boarded with a third special ticket, with a reservation. 

Who is eligible for this pass?

To use this pass you must be a foreign tourist visiting Japan from abroad for sightseeing, under the entry status of temporary visitor.

Therefore, Japanese passport holders nor foreign residents in Japan can use this pass. Your passport and visa stamp will be verified at the time of voucher exchange. If your passport is a Japanese one or if you entered Japan without temporary visitor status (meaning if you are not a tourist but a long-term resident), you will not be able to exchange your voucher for the real pass and Japan experience will not be able to refund it.

Cancellation policy

Only unredeemed tickets within the validity period can be canceled. However, after the reservation is confirmed, it cannot be canceled after 23:59 local time one day before the participation date (the date selected at the time of reservation).

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