Kansai WIDE Area Pass 5 Days Adult

This pass covers a wider area than the Kansai Area Pass. Not only Osaka, Kyoto and Nara area, but also get unlimited rides in Okayama, Kinosaki Onsen, Amano-Hashidate etc. Ideal option for customers who plan to explore Kansai + surrounding area.
With this pass, you can visit:
– Amano Hashidate (One of Japan’s three most scenic views.)

This Pass is not available for Japanese Passport holders.
外国での永住権を持っているお客様を含め、日本国籍のお客様は使用できません。

★Find out more about this Area Pass here
If you’re making round trip in Japan, please also check the nationwide Japan Rail Pass.

How it works:
1. Receive your exchange order from us and bring this order (voucher) with you to Japan.
2. Exchange this voucher in Japan and receive & activate the Japan Rail Pass on your preferred date.
*Activation of the pass should be within 1 month from exchange date.
3. Enjoy unlimited travel on all JR services, without needing separate tickets.

Know before Purchase

  • It is VITAL that you fill in your name FULLY as written in your PASSPORT. It should include any given names, middle names and official surname(s).

  • This service is valid for those who will visit Japan on a tourist-visa (NOT on student visa, working permit etc.).

  • This pass is personal and can only be used by the person whose name is written on the pass.

  • It is not possible to buy this pass more than 3 months ahead of your trip due to its validity.

  • The pass is valid for "consecutive" days. (and does not count by hours but days). 

  • Seat reservation can be made in Japan.

Cancellation Policy

  • Area Passes are non-changeable and non-refundable.

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