Shaped like a Japanese amulet for extra luck, the Seibu Kawagoe Pass is perfect for day trips from Tokyo to the historic town of Kawagoe. Use it for a round trip between Hon-Kawagoe Station and either Seibu-Shinjuku, Takadanobaba, or Ikebukuro Station in Tokyo. Note that no stopovers are allowed.
• Users of this pass cannot be Japanese citizens. Presenting your passport or resident card is required when picking up your pass • Passes must be picked up at SEIBU Tourist Information Center Ikebukuro in Ikebukuro Station (see Business Hours for location details) • Please present your voucher and passport to the staff when you collect your pass • Vouchers are valid for up to 60 days from date of purchase • Pass validity period: valid for 2 weeks from the date of collection (the validity period will be stamped on the pass at the time of exchange) • Please show your pass to station staff to pass through the ticket gate • Boarding a limited express train or reserved-seat train requires an extra fee • Please buy 2 passes if you plan to use your pass for 2 days
Kawagoe in Saitama, commonly called Koedo (or "Little Edo"), is a town lined with well-preserved historical 'kurazukuri' (storehouses) with black plaster walls and tiled roofs. As one of the Important Preservation Districts for Groups of Historic Buildings in Japan, Kawagoe showcases the architecture of the Edo period. The city attracts many tourists every year as a well-known tourist spot where visitors can revisit the Edo period. Use the Seibu Kawagoe Pass to visit Kawagoe from central Tokyo and explore this historic castle town! You can use it for a round trip between Hon-Kawagoe Station and either Seibu-Shinjuku, Takadanobaba, or Ikebukuro Station in central Tokyo. Note that no stopovers are allowed.