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Japan Rail Pass East - JR Pass East Information

 

 
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What is a Japan Rail Pass East, JR Pass East?
Japan Rail Pass East, JR Pass East is an economical and flexible rail pass to travel around Eastern Japan. It is valid for travel on all the 72 railway lines of JR East: 5 Shinkansen Super Express Lines & 67 Conventional Lines, including popular stations, such as Tokyo, Nagano, Niigata, Sendai, Morioka, Misawa, Akita, etc.  The JR East Pass comes in one  kind of Flexible 5 day Pass to meet your itinerary and flexibility: available only Ordinary Pass for Adult and Child..
Flexible 5 Day Ordinary JR East Pass within 14 days Now available,  This is the New JR East Pass Products!!!
   

 

***Current JR East Pass Sales will be ended on March 31, 2016. And New JR East Tohoku Area Pass (Aomori, Sendai, Akita, & Nikko) and New JR East Nagano & Niigata Area Pass will be started on April 01, 2016.***Please contact at order@ttasfo.com

 
Japan Rail Pass East, JR East Pass types and prices.
GDS (Global Distribution System) conversion rate will be applied for JR East Passes.  Please call 1-800-852-0109 for today's rate.
All JR East Pass Orders will be subjected to a non-refundable $15.00 processing fee per JR East Pass.
 
Type   Ordinary
Duration     Adult   Child
5 Day Flexible       ¥22,000   ¥11,000
           Age 12 & over         Age 6-11
Notes:   1. Green : for first class Green Cars,   2. Children under 5 are free
Validity Period
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[Flexible 5-day Pass]

Any five days of your choice during the 14-days period from the day the pass is issued (Flexible 5-day.)

 

 

[Exchanging Order Voucher]

You must turn in your Exchange Order to obtain your JR Pass within three(3) months from the date the Exchange Order was issued. Once the pass has a starting date written on it, the date cannot be changed.

 
How to obtain a JR East Pass?

You can purchase an Exchange Order prior to departure for Japan. After you arrive in Japan, you turn in the Exchange Order along with your passport to receive the actual JR East Pass at an applicable JR station that has a JR East Pass exchange office in Japan. In order to facilitate a speedy exchange of your voucher for a JR EAST PASS, please download and fill out the form in advance. Form:

Please see http;//www.eastjapanrail .com]  for the detail.

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JR East exchange offices:
Tokyo Narita Airport (Terminal 1 & 2), Tokyo, Ueno, Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Yokohama, Tsukuba, Niigata, Fukushima, Sendai, Yamagata, Misawa
 

For Information on JR Pass Exchange Offices Click Here.

 
How to reserve your seat assignment?
Seat reservations can be made without additional payment; seat availability cannot be guaranteed otherwise. To make a reservation, apply at a Travel Service Center (View Plaza) or a reservation office (midori-no-madoguchi) at a Japan Rail East, JR EAST station. There, show your PASS, and obtain your reserved-seat ticket before boarding.  For more details, click here.
 
Validity Rail Lines

The JR EAST PASS is valid for travel on all of the 72 railway lines of JR EAST: limited express trains (except private compartments or berths), including Shinkansen super express trains; express trains (except berths, etc.); local trains (except "Liner"/"Home Liner").

If you want to use the cars or trains referred to in parentheses above, you must pay the respective additional charges in addition to the limited express or ordinary express charge. In this case, the PASS is valid for the basic fare only.

Note: Some JR EAST-line trains also travel on other companies' lines. Passengers using such trains traveling on non-JR EAST lines must pay the respective fares and charges applicable to the distances traveled on such lines. Please note the names of the following JR EAST-line trains that travel on non-JR EAST lines: "Super-Hakucho, Hakucho", "Hakutaka", "Raicho, Hokuetsu", "Shinano", "Odoriko, Super-View Odoriko", "Tokai".

Also please note: The JR EAST PASS is not valid for the Tokaido Shinkansen and the Sanyo Shinkansen lines, which connect Tokyo and western Japan cities, such as Kyoto, Osaka, or Fukuoka, and which start from Tokyo station like JR EAST's five Shinkansen lines. The Tokaido Shinkansen and Sanyo Shinkansen lines are run respectively by JR CENTRAL and JR WEST. (Between Tokyo and Atami, use "Odoriko", "Super-view Odoriko", or local trains.)

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