Explore the third largest island in Japan with a special rail pass for foreign tourists. Aptly nicknamed "The Land of Fire", Kyushu is known for its active volcanoes, beaches and an abundance of natural hot springs. Whether you are an adventurer at heart hoping to see an erupting volcano or are simply planning to spend the time soaking in the relaxing hot springs, the JR Kyushu Rail Pass is your ticket to comfortable and convenient travel around the island. Choose between a Northern Kyushu Pass, Southern Kyushu Pass, or an All Kyushu Pass–valid for 3, 5 or 7 consecutive days–granting you efficient travels whenever, wherever.
Available in three-, five-, and seven-day versions, the All Kyushu JR Kyushu Rail Pass promises unlimited exploration of all the delights the island has to offer. Comprising the prefectures of Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Oita, Miyazaki, and Kagoshima, Kyushu is the third-largest of Japan’s islands. Sometimes called the “Land of Fire” for its many active volcanoes, Kyushu is also blessed with beautiful beaches and an abundance of natural hot springs. Populous cities like Fukuoka City, Kitakyushu, and Nagasaki City offer the unique history and culture of Japan’s large southern island. Beppu entices travelers with its famous hot springs, Arita is known as the birthplace of Japanese porcelain, and the canals of sleepy Yanagawa earned it the nickname “Venice of Kyushu.” Anyone coming to the south of Japan with temporary visitor status should consider this pass, to enjoy unlimited travel on the Shinkansen, local, and limited-express trains all across the coverage area. You can book online with your pass too, and buy seat reservations on any of the following trains: The Kyushu Shinkansen between Hakata and Kagoshima-Chuo (Mizuho, Sakura, and Tsubame services), Sonic, Mamome, Midori, Huis Ten Bosch, Yufuin no Mori, Yufu, Kyushu Odan Tokkyu, Kawasemi Yamasemi, A-Train, Ibusuki no Tamatebako, Umisachi Yamasachi, 36+3 (Sanjyu-Roku plus San), Aso, and Aso Boy!
1) Once your booking is confirmed, we will send you an e-voucher which serves as your exchange order to collect the JR Pass 2) Your e-voucher is non-cancellable and non-refundable, but it is valid for 3 months from the date indicated on your confirmation e-mail 3) Present your e-voucher (printed or displayed on your smartphone) at a listed redemption counter to exchange it for your JR Pass 4) Your JR Pass is valid for 3, 5, or 7 consecutive days, depending on your chosen option, starting with the date of first use 5) Simply pass your JR Pass through the automatic ticket gates to use it Redemption Counters (open 7 days a week) Note: Opening hours are subject to change without prior notice • Hakata Station: 07:00–21:00 • Kokura Station: 07:00–21:00 • Mojiko Station: 07:30–19:00 • Saga Station: 07:00–21:00 • Nagasaki Station: 07:00–21:00 • Sasebo Station: 07:30–19:00 • Beppu Station: 07:30–19:00 • Oita Station: 07:00–21:00 • Kumamoto Station: 07:00–21:00 • Kagoshima-chuo Station: 07:00–21:00 • Miyazaki Station: 07:00–21:00 • Miyazaki Airport Station: 07:30–12:10, 12:50–15:00