Ride and see more with the Greater Tokyo Pass! Enjoy 3 days of unlimited rides on railways and buses across Japan — including stops on popular tourist destinations.
• As of April 1, 2020, the counters at Narita Airport Terminals 1 and 2 and Haneda Airport are temporarily closed • This pass doesn’t include an express ticket or a designated seat • Train operation and schedule is subject to change depending on weather and traffic conditions. No refund will be issued in this case • JR lines are not covered by this pass • This ticket is only for adults aged over 12. To purchase child tickets (aged 6–11), please ask the staff present at any of the pick up counters • Rides that are free of extra charge are only valid on bus lines from/to Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, and Saitama Prefectures - This ticket is only valid for the person whose name appears on the pass - You must carry your passport as proof of your identity in case station staff requests for it - Once booking has been confirmed, your reservation cannot be changed - Traveling beyond designated zones and lines requires additional fares
The Greater Tokyo Pass gives you unlimited access to many trains and buses in the Kanto area, including the neighboring prefectures of Kanagawa, Chiba, Tochigi, and Saitama. Skip the hassle of buying transfer tickets — just hop on, and you’re good to go! With its scope, the pass provides you great coverage to explore and discover, allowing you to skimp on commute expenses with up to 4,732 JPY savings (depending on route) without compromising your travel itinerary. The Greater Tokyo Pass covers areas to must-see attractions, including: • Asakusa Kaminarimon (Tokyo) – Also known as Thunder Gate, this place is easily recognized by the gigantic red lantern hanging at its center. The lantern hangs at 3.9 meters high with a 3.3-meter diameter and weighs 700 kg! Get there in a second — just 2 minutes away from Exit 1 of Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. • Enoshima Island Area (Kanagawa Prefecture) – Here you can find the symbolic Enoshima Lighthouse; the Enoshima Shrine, a prized historical asset; and the Enoshima Aquarium, which features dolphin shows. Get there via Katase-enoshima Station on the Odakyu Enoshima Line. • Naritasan Shinshoji Temple (Chiba Prefecture) – About 3 million people flock here for the first temple visit of the year (hatsumode) to offer prayers to Acala, the Wisdom King of Naritasan. Only a 10-minute walk from Keisei Narita Station on the Keisei Main Line, the temple pathway features popular local products, including fresh eel (unagi) and sake. You can observe people writing prayers on Goma sticks and placing them into a fire. • Hitsujiyama Park (Saitama Prefecture) – Offers a view of downtown Chichibu and the Shibazakura Moss Pink Hill (from mid-April to early May). It’s a leisurely 20-minute walk away from Seibu-Chichibu Station on the Seibu-Chichibu Line. Along the way, squeeze in a visit to Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office, Sankeien Garden, Mount Takao, and Shibuya. For ocean views, head to Morito Kaigan Beach and Minato Mirai 21. Other sights to catch are Tokyo Skytree, Imperial Palace, and Tokyo Tower. Book this pass now and start exploring the Greater Tokyo area!
1. This pass is available only for foreign nationals 2. Please check the correct date of use when booking. Upon collection, the staff will issue the ticket according to the date of use specified in the order 3. Please make sure that the name of each guest matches the one written on their passport 4. You will receive a QR code via email upon confirmation 5. Please present your QR code to the pickup counter listed on the ‘Location’ section below to receive your physical ticket 6. When using the ticket, please go through the manual ticket gate, show your Greater Tokyo Pass, and let the staff check the validity period. Please do not use the automatic ticket gate. For buses and trams, please show your ticket directly to the driver 7. This ticket is valid for 3 days from the date of collection, not from the time of first use. E.g. if it is collected at 19:00 on July 7, it will be counted as one day by the end of July 7's train and bus operations