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7 Days

Adults : $342

Children (6-11) : $171

14 Days

Adults : $535

Children (6-11) : $268

21 Days

Adults : $685

Children (6-11) : $332

7 Days

Adults : $469

Children (6-11) : $234

14 Days

Adults : $734

Children (6-11) : $367

21 Days

Adults : $957

Children (6-11) : $477

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JR Passes Sold

Why do you need a JR Pass ?

Travel anywhere in Japan

Easy to use, the JR Pass makes your train travel easier

Unlimited access to all JR trains

Valid for 7, 14 or 21 days

Access trains without reservations

Ride any JR train without having to book ahead of time

Save money on train trips

Avoid spending on multiple train tickets

How does the JR Pass work ?

Purchase

Order your Japan Rail Pass securely online

Collect

Receive your voucher within 2 to 3 days anywhere in Canada

Activate

Exchange and activate your voucher upon arrival in Japan

Enjoy!

Ride anywhere in Japan at no extra cost

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Exclusive offer for JR Pass holders in Japan

  • 100% refund of your unused JR Pass Vouchers
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  • Expert advice on train travel in Japan and unlimited tips on itineraries tested by our travel consultant
  • Assistance in case of emergency during your train travel in Japan
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Choose the best JR Pass for your itinerary

Tokyo <> Kyoto

Between 7 and 10 days

A return ticket from Tokyo to Kyoto by Shinkansen costs the same as a 7-day JR Pass. If you plan on making any day trips along the way (such as Kamakura, Nara, or within the Greater Tokyo Area), it is more cost-effective to cover them with a JR Pass!

Tokyo <> surrounding cities

Between 7 and 10 days

Imagine you are staying in Japan for no longer than 10 days, and that in addition to Tokyo, you would like to visit the highlights in surrounding districts, such as Mount Fuji, Nikko and Nagano. In this situation, you can definitely maximize a 7-day JR Pass.

Tokyo <> Kanazawa <> Kyoto <> Tokyo

Between 10 and 14 days

Visit Tokyo for a few days, then use your JR Pass to explore Kanazawa and Kyoto, before returning to Tokyo.

Tokyo <> Kanazawa <> Kyoto <> Hiroshima

Between 14 and 21 days

Ideal for first-time travelers. After spending a few days in Tokyo, a 14-day JR Pass would allow you to visit the main landmarks of Kyoto, Kanazawa, Osaka and Hiroshima. Don’t miss out on Miyajima - the JR Miyajima Ferry is also covered by your Pass!

Japan from North to South

Between 18 days or more

For keen travelers, this itinerary covers most of the major sites: starting from the natural island of Hokkaido, head down to Mount Fuji and the Japanese Alps, then ancient Kyoto, the islands of Naoshima and Miyajima, and the steaming hot onsens of Kyushu Island!

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