JR Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass (5-Day)
JR Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass (5-Day)
JR Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass (5-Day)

JR Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass (5-Day)

JR Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass (5-Day)
JR Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass (5-Day)
JR Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass (5-Day)

Overview

Get the Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass for five consecutive days of unlimited travel in the Kansai Region and along the Sanyo Coast all the way to Hiroshima! This pass is available exclusively for overseas tourists, and is ideal for those visiting Osaka and planning a side trip to Hiroshima.

Highlights

  • Valid for 5 consecutive days after the first use — a great way to explore the Kansai region and the Sanyo Coast up to Hiroshima!
  • Available exclusively for non-Japanese passport holders — overseas tourists only

Key Information

Description

Exclusively for use by foreign tourists, the Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass is a transportation pass that allows five consecutive days of unlimited travel on designated JR train and bus lines (including shinkansen and limited express trains) in the Kansai Region and along the Sanyo Coast up to Hiroshima. The Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass is valid for unlimited travel on these trains and buses: • Non-reserved seats on Sanyo Shinkansen (Shin-Osaka–Hiroshima)* (The pass can be used for the Hello Kitty Shinkansen) • Non-reserved seats on Express Trains (Haruka, Kuroshio, Thuderbird, Kounotori, Super Hakuto (Kyoto–Kamigori), etc.)* *A separate fare is required for traveling on Super Hakuto (Kamigori–Tottori) and Super Inaba (Kamigori–Tottori) • Special Rapid Services, Rapid Services, and Local trains on JR-WEST Conventional lines • JR West Miyajima Ferry (Miyajimaguchi–Miyajima) • The pass is only valid on WEST JAPAN JR BUS route buses within the valid area. The pass cannot be used on expressway buses. (WEST JAPAN JR bus routes - For more information, please click the link: https://www.nishinihonjrbus.co.jp/route/) (Chugoku JR bus routes - For more information, please click the link: http://www.chugoku-jrbus.co.jp/pdf/route_bus/20170117chugoku-jrbus_route-map.pdf *Seats may be reserved for free for up to 6 times; for the 7th time onward, separate tickets will be required The pass cannot be used for these trains: • Sanyo Shinkansen (Hiroshima–Hakata) • Tokaido Shinkansen (Shin-Osaka–Tokyo) • Kyushu Shinkansen (Hakata–Kagoshima-Chuo) • The Special Rapid "A Seat" paid seating service Discover the beauty of Hiroshima and the Kansai region with the Kansai-Hiroshima Area Pass — book now!

How it works

How to Receive Your JR Pass 1. Choose the date you want to redeem the JR Pass and book. A lead guest may book on behalf of a group, but note that all guests must be foreign nationals with non-Japanese passports, with a valid 'Temporary Visitor' entry status stamp 2. Receive your QR code e-voucher with your confirmation email 3. Present your QR code e-voucher, printed or displayed on your smartphone, at any valid exchange office to redeem your physical pass. All guests must also present their passport for verification during redemption. You can redeem it up to 90 days from the issue date of your e-voucher See the list of exchange offices here: https://rakuten-travelexp.net/jr-west-exchange-locations How to Use Your JR Pass 1. Your JR pass can be used for 5 consecutive days and must be redeemed within 90 days after the e-voucher is issued 2. The usage period must be within one month of exchanging your e-voucher for the physical pass 3. You need to specify the date that you want to start using the pass at the exchange office • The usage period begins when you use your physical pass to pass through the automated ticket gates