Explore Japan's smallest region with this handy pass, which gets you 3 consecutive days' worth of unlimited travel on JR Shikoku trains (local and Limited Express) and fixed-route buses, as well as the Tosa Kuroshio Line. This pass is available to tourists and foreign residents in Japan alike for a limited only (bookable until March 29, 2023; usable until March 31, 2023) — book now!
The Shikoku region may be the smallest of Japan's four main islands, but it's blessed with a wealth of wonders that make it worth visiting! Comprised of four prefectures (Ehime, Kagawa, Kochi, and Tokushima), Shikoku has several claims to fame such as: • The Shikoku Henro pilgrimage trail, consisting of 88 ancient temples and shrines scattered across the region; • Ehime Prefecture's Dogo Onsen, one of Japan's oldest and most famous hot springs, as well as one of the inspirations for the bathhouse in the film Spirited Away; • Kagawa Prefecture's art-filled islands, where the Setouchi Triennale art festival is held every three years, and • Tokushima Prefecture's secluded Iya Valley, known for its unspoiled nature and vine bridges. Although Shikoku is small, traveling from one prefecture to another — or even within a prefecture —can still take considerable time and money, especially if you don't have a car. Get some travel savings while exploring Shikoku with the handy JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass, which grants you unlimited travel on JR Shikoku trains (local and Limited Express only) and fixed-route buses, as well as the Tosa Kuroshio Line, for three consecutive days! At just 11,000 JPY for adults and 5,500 JPY for children aged 6–11, this pass is a good deal for non-Japanese passport holders, be it tourists or foreign residents in Japan. Railway enthusiasts will surely have a great time journeying across Shikoku via the region's charming trains, and those who love rural scenery can enjoy gorgeous views, as some of Shikoku's train routes pass through quaint landscapes and seascapes. Whether you're just visiting Japan, have just newly moved to the country, or are a longtime resident looking to go off the beaten path, don't skip on Shikoku — take this opportunity to save some money while traveling around this region!
REDEEMING YOUR E-MCO 1) Once your booking is confirmed, we will send you an email with a QR code, which will serve as your E-MCO (Electronic Miscellaneous Charges Order) 2) Your E-MCO only serves as an exchange order; it is not the JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass itself. It must be exchanged for a physical pass within 3 months from the date of issue, within the redemption period (April 20, 2022–March 29, 2023) 3) To redeem your JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass, present your non-Japanese passport or Japan residence card at any of the following Warp travel agency branches, all of which are inside or right outside the train stations they are named after: Warp Kochi • 2-1-10 Sakaedacho, Kochi Prefecture Weekdays: 10:00–18:00 Weekends and holidays: 10:00–17:00 Warp Matsuyama • 1-14-1 Minamiedo, Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture Weekdays: 10:00–18:00 Weekends and holidays: 10:00–17:00 Warp Takamatsu • 1-20 Hamanocho, Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture Weekdays: 10:00–18:00 Weekends and holidays: 10:00–17:30 Warp Tokushima • 1-61 Terashimahoncho-nishi, Tokushima Prefecture Weekdays: 10:00–18:00 Weekends and holidays: 10:00–17:00 Note: Opening hours are subject to change without prior notice USING YOUR JR SHIKOKU 3-DAY PASS • Once you have exchanged your E-MCO for the JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass, your pass is valid for 3 consecutive days within the usage period: May 1, 2022–March 31, 2023 • Your pass grants you 3 consecutive days' worth of unlimited travel on the following: all JR Shikoku local and Limited Express trains (unreserved seats only), the entire Tosa Kuroshio Line, and fixed-route JR Shikoku buses (the Otochi and Kumakogen routes) • Please note that this pass is not valid on the Shinkansen bullet train, the Sunrise Seto sleeper train (even though it stops at some stations in the Shikoku region), JR Shikoku expressway buses, and private railways other than the Tosa Kuroshio Line • Please carry your passport or residence card at all times; you must present it when using your JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass. For guests traveling in a group, each person who purchased a JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass must present their passport or residence card • To use a reserved seat or Green Car, you will need to purchase a separate ticket • For sightseeing trains (special trains that include a meal and have seats with a view) operated by JR Shikoku, you will need to purchase a separate ticket to cover the additional seating charge and the meal. Please note, however, that your pass cannot be used for the Iyonada Monogatari Green Car Haruka-no-Sho • If your pass will expire while you are in transit (i.e. aboard a train that is covered by the JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass), you can still it until you reach your final destination within the train’s free-ride zone, as long as you do not make a stopover. If you decide to get off at another station in between, it will be considered your final destination CANCELLATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS After purchasing your E-MCO but before redeeming your JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass: • We cannot process booking cancellations. However, for any changes to your booking (e.g. the date of issue) before you have redeemed your E-MCO, please contact us Once you have exchanged your E-MCO for the JR Shikoku 3-Day Pass: • You cannot change the start date or make any other modifications • Once you have started using your pass, no refunds will be issued, even in the event of train delays or suspensions • If your pass remains unused within the validity period, please visit the Warp branch where you redeemed it. Warp/JR Shikoku will then issue you a refund, less handling fees (10% of the ticket's value in JPY). We cannot process refunds, so please be sure to contact Warp, not us