JAPAN RAIL PASS: The Key To Convenient Sightseeing In Japan.
The JAPAN RAIL PASS is offered by the six companies that make up the Japan Railways Group (JR Group).
The JAPAN RAIL PASS offers an incredibly economical way to travel throughout Japan by rail.
How to obtain a JAPAN RAIL PASS
A JAPAN RAIL PASS cannot be purchased inside Japan.
After you arrive in Japan, you turn in the Exchange Order to receive your JAPAN RAIL PASS at an applicable JR station that has a JAPAN RAIL PASS exchange office.
There are two types of JAPAN RAIL PASS: Green (for superior-class Green cars), and Ordinary. Each of these types is available as a 7-day, 14-day, or 21-day PASS.
Price below are given in JPY. You need to pay in rubles accourding to the current course of Central Bank + 2,5% for conversion.
|Type:||Green (first class)||Ordinary (economy class)|
|7-day||39 000||19 500||30 000||15 000|
|14-day||63 000||31 500||47 000||23 500|
|21-day||82 000||41 000||60 000||30 000|
The above are yen prices for a JAPAN RAIL PASS Exchange Order; the actual cost in local currency is calculated based on the Banker’s selling Rate (BSR) ,etc., at the time the Exchange Order is issued. Note that the purchase exchange rate may differ from the exchange rate in effect when you actually visit Japan.
The local currency price, applicable exchange rate, and issue date for an Exchange Order are specified on the Exchange Order itself. Children who are age 6 through 11 as of the date on which the exchange order is issued are eligible for child PASS prices. Prices are subject to change. The applicable price is the price valid on the date when an Exchange Order is issued.
*Prices are subject to change.