Discover the charms of Japan in 7, 14, or 21 consecutive days
Explore all the major cities in Japan, such as Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Fukuoka
Enjoy unlimited rides on most JR-operated transportation, including Shinkansen bullet trains, airport trains, and local buses
Get a physical Exchange Order (MCO) with ease by airport pickup or home delivery, then exchange it for your JR Pass in Japan
When it comes to getting around like a local, nothing beats the convenience of public transport. For tourists, however, it can be a little overwhelming and confusing — not to mention the hassle of fishing for spare change in your pocket every time you need to ride. If you're planning a trip around Japan, do yourself a favor and purchase a JR Rail Pass.
This pass allows unlimited rides on all JR Shinkansen bullet trains, Limited Express trains, local trains, local buses, and other JR-operated transportation. Valid for 7, 14, or 21 consecutive days after the activation date, it's great value for those who want to visit Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Fukuoka, and other major cities in Japan. Take advantage of this great offer to see a lot more for a lot less!
Travel comfortably on Ordinary cars with 2+3 or 2+2 seating layouts
Travel across Japan using most JR-operated transportation
Travel as far as Hokkaido with your JR Pass to visit the beautiful flower fields in Furano
Visit Kanazawa or Takayama using your rail pass, then take a day trip to nearby Shirakawago
Your rail pass includes the JR West Miyajima Ferry that lets you witness this spectacular view
How to Get Your Rail Pass
As a high-income country, Japan has a sophisticated transportation system. This is proved by the existence of the Japan Rail (JR) Pass which is the main transportation mode in Japan. Japan has always been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia. The Sakura Country's expertise in processing and combining cultural tourism and modern attractions is able to attract the interests of million tourists from all over the world, including Indonesia. Unfortunately, for most people, the price of public transportation tickets in Japan is considered to be too expensive. As an illustration, one-way train fare from Tokyo to Osaka is 1.8 million rupiahs! To avoid overspending, you can buy a Japan Rail (JR) Pass through Traveloka. With this ticket, you can use all transportation facilities that belong to Japan Rail for free. The price is very friendly, to use a regular JR Pass for 7 days, you only need to pay a 3.4million rupiah fee. If you already have a Japan Rail (JR) pocket, complete your holiday desires by visiting some of these cool attractions:
Japan is famous as the land of a million temples, and one of the best locations for "hunting" cool temples is Kyoto. At this location, you can find thousands of temples with high historical value that are believed to contain spiritual power. Fushimi Inari is a popular temple in Kyoto. Located in Mount Inari area, the temple is the center of about 40 thousand Inari shrines scattered across Japan. The uniqueness of this temple lies in the presence of ten thousand gates (Torii) at the entrance. The gate with bearing Buddhist silk verse is an offering to the God of Rice. Another temple that you must visit is Kinkaku-Ji. This spiritual tourism destination, which is built around the 13th century, has been recognized as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO. The main attraction of this temple is Kuol Rokuon aka "gold pavilion" that’s completely coated with real gold paper. The beauty of this temple is a picture of Japan’s glory in the past, especially in the era of Shogun Muromachi's rule.
The Japan Rail (JR) Pass also has a direct route to Akibahara district. For those who like anime, comics, knick-knacks, and Japanese idol groups souvenirs, this region is the center! In addition to shopping, there are many other activities you can do in the Akihabara district. First, you can visit the AKB 48 theater in the Donki area. As you know, this idol group is the "big sister" of the famous JKT 48 group in Indonesia. Satisfied watching AKB 48, you can stop by to Maid Cafes across various corners of Akihabara. One of the very popular Maid Cafe in this place is Mononopu. Last but not least, take your time to stop by Electronic Town in the center of the Akihabara area. This location is a center for electronic goods made in Japan that sells a variety of sophisticated products at low prices. There is no tax for products that are sold here! That is why the price is very affordable.
Japan Rail (JR) Pass can also be used to visit Nagoya. This location is where the newly opened in 2017, Japanese Legoland was built. Legoland offers an integrated tourist sensation with a family-friendly concept. This amusement park is made from around 10 million pieces of lego which are divided into 7 super-wide areas. In addition to exhibiting various lego collections arranged to resemble famous buildings in Japan, this location also has numerous interesting tourist attractions, such as Splash Battle and Submarine Adventure. Uniquely, you can also find a variety of foods and snacks made to resemble lego, such as ice cream, sushi, and French fries.
If you have plans to come to the Sakura Country in the near future, don't forget to buy the Japan Rail (JR) Pass through the Traveloka website and application.
Following are the prices for a Japan Rail (JR) Pass entrance ticket:
● 7-day JR Pass - Easy Access: Rp3.449.389
● 14 Days JR Pass - Easy Access: Rp6.024.669
● 21-day JR Pass - Easy Access: Rp7.707.784
● 7 Days JR Pass Green - Easy Access: Rp5.049.345
● JR Pass Green 14 Days - Easy Access: Rp8.175.316
● JR Pass Green 21 Days - Easy Access: Rp10.632.456
With this ticket, you can cut transportation costs while traveling around Japan. At Traveloka, you can get a Japan Rail (JR) Pass promotion every day!