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Kansai Pass


Perché acquistare il Kansai Hiroshima JR Pass?

Accesso completo all'area del Kansai (Kyoto, Osaka e Nara) e di Hiroshima con corse illimitate sul Sanyo Shinkansen (Shin-Osaka<->Hiroshima) per 5 giorni!

Viaggio comodo da e per Kyoto dall'aeroporto internazionale del Kansai (KIX) con l'Haruka Airport Express!

Visitate Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Himeji, Hiroshima e Miyajima (compreso il traghetto Miyajimaguchi⇔Miyajima) con il Kansai Hiroshima JR Pass.

5 giorni

Adulto: 104 €

Bambino: 55 €

Treni percorribili con il Kansai Hiroshima JR pass:


  • Treno proiettile "SANYO SHINKANSEN" (Shin-Osaka⇔Hiroshima) (posti riservati disponibili). (Lo Shinkansen Kyoto <-> Shin-Osaka non può essere utilizzato con questo pass. È necessario salire su un treno locale per andare dalla stazione di Kyoto a Shin-Osaka (25 minuti con regolarità ogni 10 minuti) e cambiare treno a Shin-Osaka per salire sullo Shinkansen Shin-Osaka -> Hiroshima).
  • Il pass può essere utilizzato per viaggiare sul "Hello Kitty Shinkansen".
  • Treni espressi (HARUKA, KUROSHIO, THUNDERBIRD, KOUNOTORI, SUPER HAKUTO (Kyoto⇔Kamigori), ecc.) (disponibili per il biglietto con posti riservati). * È richiesto un supplemento per viaggiare su SUPER HAKUTO (Kamigori⇔Tottori) e SUPER INABA (Kamigori⇔Tottori).
  • Servizi rapidi speciali, servizi rapidi e treni locali sulle linee convenzionali JR-WEST
  • Traghetto JR WEST MIYAJIMA (Miyajimaguchi⇔Miyajima)

- Questo pass è valido sugli autobus della linea JR BUS del GIAPPONE OCCIDENTALE all'interno dell'area valida. Questo pass non può essere utilizzato sugli autobus delle superstrade.

* I treni indicati di seguito non possono essere utilizzati con questo pass.

Treno proiettile "SANYO SHINKANSEN" (Hakata⇔Hiroshima)
Treno proiettile "TOKAIDO SHINKANSEN" (Shin-Osaka⇔Tokyo)
Treno proiettile "KYUSHU SHINKANSEN" (Hakata⇔Kagoshima-Chuo)
Il servizio speciale rapido "A Seat" con posti a sedere a pagamento


Come posso utilizzare il Kansai Hiroshima JR Pass?

  1. Una volta acquistato il pass, riceverete un e-voucher entro 5 giorni lavorativi al vostro indirizzo e-mail registrato.
  2. Si prega di scambiare l'e-voucher per ricevere il biglietto fisico in uno dei luoghi indicati di seguito. Il voucher può essere sostituito entro 3 mesi dalla ricezione del voucher elettronico.

(È necessario presentare il passaporto).

  • Biglietteria della stazione di Kyoto 6:30-21:00
  • NTA TiS Kyoto Branch 10:00-12:00 13:00-16:00
  • Stazione di Shin-Osaka 6:00-22:00
  • Centro servizi di viaggio Shin-Osaka 8:00-22:00
  • Stazione di Osaka 6:00-22:00
  • Stazione aeroporto Kansai 5:30-23:00
  • NTA Tis Osaka filiale Giorni feriali 11:00-18:00 Sabato e festivi 11:00-17:30
  • Stazione di Sannomiya 6:00-22:00
  • NTA TiS filiale di Sannomiya Giorni feriali 11:00-18:00 Sabato e festivi 11:00-17:30
  • Stazione di Nara 8:00-20:00
  • Stazione di Okayama 8:00-20:00
  • Stazione di Hiroshima 5:30-23:00

Durante il cambio, è possibile decidere una data di attivazione a partire dalla stessa data del cambio e al massimo 1 mese dopo il cambio.

  • Come posso prenotare un posto?

È possibile salire a bordo di qualsiasi treno senza prenotare un posto, compresi gli Shinkansen (attraverso i vagoni con posti "non riservati"). 

Tuttavia, se si desidera prenotare un posto, è possibile farlo presso un distributore automatico di biglietti verdi o una biglietteria della stazione dopo aver scambiato il voucher elettronico con il pass.

Per ogni pass è possibile prenotare fino a 6 posti. Dopo aver effettuato un totale di 6 prenotazioni di posti, gli utenti del pass dovranno utilizzare posti non riservati. 

A partire dal 1° ottobre 2023, le prenotazioni di 6 posti saranno abolite. Verranno adottate prenotazioni di posti illimitate

Politica di cancellazione


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  • Non può essere cancellato o modificato.

The Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Kurashiki and Hiroshima regions

The Kansai Hiroshima Pass allows you to travel with ease among some of Japan's most sought-after destinations: Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Himeji, Kurashiki, and Hiroshima. It includes the use of the Sanyo Shinkansen, the high-speed line that connects Shin-Osaka to Hakata, passing through Okayama, Hiroshima, and Kokura, and it grants access to the Nozomi and Mizuho Shinkansen trains, which are normally off-limits with the Japan Rail Pass. Each of the areas covered by the pass offers a unique and different experience, from the cultural richness of Kyoto to the urban dynamism of Osaka, to the historical beauty of Hiroshima.

Kyoto, located in the Kansai region, is known for its many Buddhist temples, gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines, and traditional tea houses. It's a city that breathes history and culture, with famous sites such as the golden temple of Kinkaku-ji and Fushimi Inari Taisha with its thousands of torii gates.

Osaka, the second-largest metropolis in Japan after Tokyo, is renowned for its modern food culture and bustling nightlife. The Dotonbori district is particularly popular for its restaurants and neon signs, while Osaka Castle offers a glimpse into the city's history.

Kobe, a cosmopolitan port city nestled between the sea and mountains, is famous for Kobe beef, sake breweries, and its Chinatown district, while Himeji Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage site, an architectural masterpiece from Japan's feudal era.

Kurashiki, with its Bikan historical quarter, transports visitors back to the Edo period with its merchant houses and picturesque canals.

Lastly, Hiroshima, a city that bears the heavy scars of its past, offers visitors the opportunity to reflect on the consequences of war. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, Atomic Bomb Dome, and Peace Memorial Museum are poignant sites not to be missed.

With the Kansai Hiroshima Pass, you have the freedom to explore these five destinations. Here is our suggested itinerary to follow with this pass.


Step 1: Kyoto

Begin your adventure in Kyoto, Japan's ancient imperial capital, a treasure trove of cultural and historical delights. Visit the majestic golden temple of Kinkaku-ji with its stunning reflective pond. Make a detour to the Silver Pavilion, Ginkaku-ji, known for its sublime Zen rock and sand garden. Take a stroll along the Philosopher's Path, lined with hundreds of cherry trees, and if you're lucky to visit during sakura season, you'll find yourself in a tunnel of pink blossoms.

Finally, don't miss a visit to the Gion district, where you may spot geishas heading to their evening appointments. It's also a great place to sample kaiseki cuisine, a traditional form of Japanese meal that consists of multiple small dishes delicately prepared.

sanyo shinkansen

sanyo shinkansen

©Luna Kay, unsplash

Higashiyama District - Kyoto

Higashiyama District - Kyoto

Wasin Pummarin

Step 2: Osaka

From Kyoto, take the JR Shin-kaisoku train to Osaka, a bustling metropolis known for its vibrant food culture. Soak up the atmosphere by wandering through the lively streets of Dotonbori, with its giant advertising signs and restaurants serving a variety of local dishes like takoyaki (octopus balls) and okonomiyaki (savory pancakes).

Don't miss a visit to Osaka Castle, a major historic monument offering a fascinating insight into Japanese history. The vast gardens surrounding the castle are particularly beautiful during sakura season, when cherry blossoms add a splash of color. Also, explore Osaka's Kaiyukan Aquarium, one of the largest and most impressive in the world, where you can get up close with a wide variety of marine creatures, from whale sharks to penguins.

Castle of Osaka

Castle of Osaka

Step 3: Kobe/Himeji

Your next stop is either Kobe or Himeji, two distinct cities each with much to offer. Kobe, with its international atmosphere, is famous for its world-renowned beef. Treat yourself to a memorable meal at one of the many restaurants specializing in Kobe beef, and be sure to visit the Hakutsuru Sake Museum to learn more about the production process of this traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage. Mount Rokko offers stunning views over Kobe city and Osaka Bay, especially at night when the city lights up.

If you opt for Himeji, your primary destination will be Himeji Castle, often considered the most spectacular of Japan's twelve original castles still standing. Nicknamed the "White Heron" due to its striking white exterior, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a remarkable example of 17th-century Japanese castle architecture. Take a stroll through the castle gardens, full of cherry trees, for a particularly memorable experience during sakura season.

Funivia Shin-Kobe

Funivia Shin-Kobe


Step 4: Kurashiki

Located in Okayama Prefecture, the city of Kurashiki is a historical gem. The Bikan district is the main attraction, with its willow-lined canals, cobblestone streets, and traditional white-walled, black-tiled warehouses dating back to the Edo period. These warehouses have been converted into a variety of museums, shops, and cafes.

Don't miss the Ohara Art Museum, founded in 1930, which is Japan's first museum of Western art. Its collection features works by European masters such as El Greco, Matisse, Gauguin, and Renoir, as well as famous Japanese artists. For a more modern experience, the Okayama Prefecture Contemporary Art Museum, also located in Kurashiki, offers a variety of temporary and permanent exhibitions featuring works by contemporary artists from around the world.

Giro in barca sul canale nel distretto storico di Kurashiki Bikan, Okayama

Giro in barca sul canale nel distretto storico di Kurashiki Bikan, Okayama


Step 5: Hiroshima and Miyajima

Conclude your journey with a visit to Hiroshima, a city that was gracefully and determinedly rebuilt after the tragic atomic bombing in 1945. Visit the Peace Memorial Park and Peace Memorial Museum to understand the impact of this event and the city's dedication to promoting peace.

Then, take a ferry to the island of Miyajima, also known as Itsukushima. Marvel at the grand red torii gate of Itsukushima Shrine, which appears to float at high tide. Explore the island, with its peaceful temples, hiking trails, and local population of deer. Don't forget to try the local okonomiyaki, a type of savory pancake topped with various ingredients, before concluding your journey through Kansai and Hiroshima.

Memoriale della Pace di Hiroshima, cupola di Genbaku

Memoriale della Pace di Hiroshima, cupola di Genbaku

Pexels / Jeff

More information about Kansai Hiroshima Pass

Terms of use

  • The voucher is valid for 5 consecutive days.
  • Seats can be redeemed a maximum of 6 times. After these 6 total seat reservations have been made, passs users will be limited to non-reserved seating. 

※If the number of rides exceeds the number of reserved seats, the original ticket can be used to board the unreserved train directly, including Shinkansen.