Introducing East Japan Rail Passes

Cherry blossoms and all

Between March and April, Japan is even more stunning than usual thanks to its annual cherry blossoms. And during this time there are cherry blossom festivals to enjoy with tea ceremonies, Japanese music, and the blossoms are often illuminated at night.

Beyond the draw of cherry blossoms, Japan is an exotic destination with fascinating attractions such as Tokyo, Nagano and Mount Fuji. Covering all of these must-sees and extending 750km from north to south, an East Japan Rail Pass is the way to go! So whether you’re looking to visit temples, shrines and historic buildings or enjoy breathtaking views of the countryside, this is your all access pass to the best of Eastern Japan!

Cherry blossoms and all

Between March and April, Japan is even more stunning than usual thanks to its annual cherry blossoms. And during this time there are cherry blossom festivals to enjoy with tea ceremonies, Japanese music, and the blossoms are often illuminated at night.

Beyond the draw of cherry blossoms, Japan is an exotic destination with fascinating attractions such as Tokyo, Nagano and Mount Fuji. Covering all of these must-sees and extending 750km from north to south, an East Japan Rail Pass is the way to go! So whether you’re looking to visit temples, shrines and historic buildings or enjoy breathtaking views of the countryside, this is your all access pass to the best of Eastern Japan!

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