Japan |Multiple regions
One-day travel passes are available for many Japanese rail and bus networks. With an one-day travel pass, touring sightseeing spots goes more smoothly with special discounts, indispensable if you want to get the most out of your trip to Japan!
Now let's introduce our top picks for really great value travel passes.
You can choose between different validity periods from 24 hours up to 72 hours, beginning from when you start to use the pass, and valid for travel on all Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway lines. Additionally, there are other complimentary services such as special discounts and benefits on food, shopping, etc. Don't forget to check out Chikatoku, for a total of 360 special privileges!
A special pass mostly for use in the Osaka City area for unlimited one-day hop-on/hop-off train and bus travel, as well as free admission at over 40 sightseeing establishments such as Osaka Castle Main Tower, Kuchu Teien Observatory, etc.
An app for Osaka Amazing Pass has also been launched. With this app, coupons can be used again and again at participating shops and facilities, and there is even a function to search just along the valid routes for the one-day pass only. (Only for persons who have purchased a pass)
This ticket is only valid on weekends and holidays (including days that train services are running to a weekend or holiday timetable), as well as on the 8th day of each month ("Environment Preservation Days"). It is an one-day pass for unlimited rides on all Nagoya Subway and Nagoya City bus routes and can be purchased for 600 JPY. Travel goes more smoothly when you can use both city buses and the subway to go around Nagoya City. These two forms of transport come as a set when you purchase an Weekend Eco Ticket, great for when you want to take in all the highlights!
Adult Weekend Eco Ticket
Child Weekend Eco Ticket
Weekend Eco Ticket available at subway ticket vending machines (Adult)
For just 900 JPY, these one-day passes can be used for unlimited travel on all Kyoto City Subway lines, Kyoto City Bus routes, Kyoto Bus routes (some routes excluded) and Keihan Bus routes (some routes excluded) for a great deal when taking a tour of Kyoto. Another feature with this pass is that privileges are available at approximately 60 establishments in metropolitan Kyoto, including temples, shrines, tourist facilities, etc.
One-day travel pass for tram (streetcar) only, valid on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays including year-end/New Year holidays (December 29th to January 3rd).
With one Dosanko Pass, one adult plus one child can ride, and there are various other patterns for passenger usage for one pass, so it is an indispensable travel pass for families!
Additionally, from April 1st, 2019 until March 31st, 2020, a new "One-day tram pass " for weekdays will be on trial sale! (Adult 500 JPY, Child 250 JPY)
In each area of Japan, there are one-day travel passes available, so be sure to use them at your destination!
*With the increase in consumption tax due to take place in October, changes in price may occur as a result.
Photos courtesy of: Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Transportation, Osaka Convention and Tourism Bureau, City of Nagoya Transportation Bureau, Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau, Sapporo City Transportation Bureau
Finally, let's introduce some special JCB offers.
Information is current as of May 2019 but is subject to change without notice. For further details and the latest information, please inquire directly to the relevant establishments.