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JR East-Tohoku Pass

The JR East company is releasing the JR East Tohoku Area Pass, which will give travellers access to JR East lines (limited express, local, and express) within the Tohoku Region, and to Shinkansen from Tokyo that go to northern Honshu, as well as certain trains on private lines that go to Nikko and Izu. This pass is valid during 5 flexible days over a period of 14 days.

With this new pass, travellers can explore cultural highlights such as Nikko and Izu, as well as the cities of Sakudaira, Gala-Yuzawa, Fukushima, Yamagata, Shinjo, Sendai, Morioka, Akita, Hachinohe, and Shin-Aomori, an access point to the region of Hokkaido.

The JR East Tohoku Area Pass consists of an e-ticket. We do not send any document physically by mail. Your voucher will only be delivered to you by email once your reservation will be confirmed. Note that the pass must be exchanged with a printed copy of the e-voucher within 3 months of the purchase date.

A child price (6 to 11 years of age) is available for this pass. Access to trains is free for accompanied infants aged 5 years or under. Japanese passport holders can NOT use this pass.
 
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The Tohoku Region

Although often overlooked by travellers, the Tohoku Region in the north of Honshu features chiseled coastlines and mountain ranges from Tokyo all the way to Aomori, the northernmost city of this main island. Not far from Sendai, a cosmipolitan capital with plenty of charm, is Matsushima, one of the "Three Views" of Japan, where travellers can admire the reflection of a pinetree forest in the clear waters of the sea. The mountaneous central region features plenty of hot springs and fantastic natural scenery.

As a day-trip from Tokyo, explore Nikko, with its temples and shrines surrounded by cedar trees, and stroll by its river and sacred bridge. In Karuizawa, there is plenty of shopping to be done whilst awaiting your train to Gala-Yuzawa for a ski trip.
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12/09/19
Jan K.
(4/5)

Despite the fact that Railpass is quite expensive, the experience is great in pair with high quality with Japan railway system.\n\nWhat is a bit of inconvenience is a necessity to use paper card. It can be improved by implementing Railpass to Suica. Basically uploading the Railpass to the card.

12/09/19
ERIC S.
(5/5)

Using the Jpass and sim card was really easy and worked perfectly while traveling all around Japan.

12/09/19
Edward O.
(5/5)

The JR Rail Pass was one of the best investments that my wife and I made for our month long vacation in Japan. It made travel between cities easy, convenient and comfortable. I recommend purchasing a JR Rail Pass to anyone who visits Japan for a week or more. The trains are comfortable often.

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