The Easiest Way to Travel in Japan

March 3, 2018 Japan


Japan is the country that our family really longed to visit. We all wanted to roam on their streets that shows a lot on their culture and traditions, and have a taste on their steaks, sushi, desserts and other famous cuisines. Our one long week in Japan didn't really do justice upon showcasing the beauty of Japan. There were some places that we weren't able to explore due to time constraint. Nevertheless, Japan is still beautiful.

Taking cabs in Japan is really expensive and it could really cut down your budget and the easiest and cheapest way you could explore many places in Japan is through the use of Japan Rail Pass. With the JR Pass, you would be able to explore Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Yuzawa, and many more places. This pass includes bullet trains (and non-bullet trains), monorails, busses and ferries. Though not all railway routes are covered, you can already explore almost every part in Japan with this pass.

If you really want to tick off those places in your bucket list, Japan Rail Pass would help you scrap it off. It gives you easy access to the country and is very hassle free once you use it. All you have to do is just present it to the staff then your off to board your train and go to the destination you opt to go. No more tapping, and even no wasting of transportation money which really happens if you're lost. So if you plan to visit Japan soon, I suggest using the Japan Rail Pass to have the easiest way to explore and wander Japan. 

There are classifications of Japan Rail Pass, which is Ordinary and Green, with the validity of 7 Days, 14 Days and 21 Days. For prices and more information about the Pass, follow through the link below.


The Japan Rail Pass gave us the opportunity to see Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and Yuzawa with a lesser cost. The pass is really worth the price for it really offers great deals and services. It really did save us a lot of Yen and the staff are really friendly and helpful as to where we'd go and what train to ride. Well, actually Japanese people are really friendly and accommodating, which really makes me to go visit Japan and purchase another Japan Rail Pass again and I can't wait for it.

'till next post!

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