About Greater Tokyo Pass
Purchasers of the Greater Tokyo Pass can take advantage of unlimited rides on railways, trams and ordinary fixed-route buses for the pass price, enabling them to save money as they enjoy sightseeing in the Kanto area.
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Go anywhere by privaterailway or busfor 5 days
A pass to go around Tokyo and the suburbs by private railway or bus.
- Unlimited rides on 13 private railway line companies in the Kanto area and 31 bus companies in Metropolitan Tokyo and three surrounding prefectures.
- You will be able to use a single ticket to ride on railways, trams, and ordinary fixed-route buses, making moving around in the Kanto area more convenient.
- Unlimited rides for 5 days.Save money with the Greater Tokyo Pass.
Go anywhere by privaterailwayfor 3 days
A pass to go around Tokyo and the suburbs by private railway.
- Unlimited rides on 13 private railway line companies in the Kanto area.
- You will be able to use a single ticket to ride on railways and trams, making moving around in the Kanto area more convenient.
- Unlimited rides for 3 days.Save money with the Greater Tokyo Pass.
Yokoze Terasaka Rice Terrace (Saitama Pref.)more
Odaiba Marine Park (Tokyo)more
Sankeien Garden (Kanagawa Pref.)more
Nikko Toshogu Shrine (Tochigi Pref.)more
Enoshima Island Area (Kanagawa Pref.)more
Naritasan Shinshoji Temple (Chiba Pref.)more
Mt. Takao (Tokyo)more
Minato Mirai Area (Kanagawa Pref.)more
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office (Tokyo)more
Morito Kaigan Beach (Kanagawa Pref.)more
Asakusa Kaminarimon (Tokyo)more
About Greater Tokyo Pass
Purchasers of the Greater Tokyo Pass can take advantage of unlimited rides on railways, trams and ordinary fixed-route buses for the pass price, enabling them to save money as they enjoy sightseeing in the Kanto area. In addition, one of the difficulties that foreign visitors to Japan face is that they find public transportation systems “too complicated and difficult to use.” However, with the Greater Tokyo Pass, they will be able to use a single ticket to ride on railways, trams, and ordinary fixed-route buses, making moving around in the Kanto area much more efficient as they will not be required to purchase a new ticket every time they wish to ride again.
＊The 3-day pass can be used for trains only.
Notes regarding usage
●Be sure to carry passport as proof of identity in case requested by station staff. ●This pass does not cover limited express ticket. To ride one, you must pay a surcharge for a limited express ticket (reserved seat ticket). ●The period of validity is indicated on the proof of purchase (receipt form of purchase certificate). ●Regardless of what time you start using the pass, the period of validity will end when transport operating hours end on the third day of a 3-day pass and on the fifth day of a 5-day pass. ●We cannot refund fares after you have started using this pass under the following conditions:stop train service, delay and other reasons. ●You may apply for refund unused ticket only at issued station (we refund the amount after deducting refund fee, only if you have not use it at all and request refund within the period of validity). ●We will not reissue your pass in case of lost(including cases of theft).
*Additional fare is required if traveling outside of designated zones.
*Transportation services may be cancelled in case of bad weather. If service has been canceled,we cannot refund fares.
Yokoze Terasaka Rice Terrace (Saitama Pref.)
One of the largest rice terraces in Saitama Prefecture sits in a wonderfully scenic location against a mountainous backdrop that includes Mt. Buko. Enjoy farmland views in all seasons, through early summer rice planting, early autumn harvests, and red spider lily blooms. The annual Terasaka Rice Terraces Firefly Kagari Fire Festival is held on Saturday evenings in early July.
Approx. 15-minute walk from Yokoze Station on the Seibu-Chichibu Line.
Odaiba Marine Park (Tokyo)
The views from Odaiba Marine Park are some of the best in Tokyo! The Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, and a replica of the Statue of Liberty unfold in a panorama that is powerful, yet graceful and soothing to create a dream-like world.
* Rainbow Bridge is specially lit up in two different patterns, one for summer (April to October) and one for winter (November to March).
4-min. walk from both Odaiba-kaihinkoen Station and Odaiba Station on the Yurikamome Line.
Sankeien Garden (Kanagawa Pref.)
This Japanese garden was made by Sankei Hara, a businessman and master of tea ceremony. The spacious 175,000m2 premises include 17 historical buildings including ten national important cultural properties and three tangible cultural properties designated by Yokohama City.
Approx. 28 min. by Yokohama Municipal Bus from Sakuragicho Station on the Yokohama Municipal Subway. Get off at Sankeien Iriguchi bus stop.
Nikko Toshogu Shrine (Tochigi Pref.)
This shrine enshrines the famous Japanese historical figure Ieyasu Tokugawa who started the Edo Shogunate. The shrine is famous for its wooden sculptures including the Three Monkeys, the Sleeping Cat and the Sparrow. It was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1999 as part of the Shrines and Temples of Nikko.
Approx. 6 min. by Tobu Bus from Tobu Nikko Station on the Tobu Nikko Line.
Enoshima Island Area (Kanagawa Pref.)
This area is full of popular attractions, including beautiful flowers and food during all four seasons. The lighthouse is a symbol of the island, and Enoshima Shrine is a valuable historical asset. Visit the impressive Enoshima Aquarium featuring fish from the sea near Enoshima.
Approx. 3-min. walk from Katase-enoshima Station on the Odakyu Enoshima Line.
Naritasan Shinshoji Temple (Chiba Pref.)
Three million people visit here for the first temple visit of the year to pray to Acala, the Wisdom King of Naritasan. This temple is especially famous for the must-see Goma Prayer (fire ceremony) involving people writing prayers on goma sticks (small pieces of cedar) wishing for things such as family safety, warding off evil spirits or traffic safety and putting them into a fire.
Approx. 10-min. walk from Keisei Narita Station on the Keisei Main Line.
Mt. Takao (Tokyo)
This mountain is located on the eastern edge of the Kanto Mountains outside of Tokyo. This mountain is listed in the Michelin Guide as the most climbed mountain in the world, with over three million hikers coming here every year.
Close to Takaosanguchi Station on the Keio Takao Line.
Minato Mirai Area (Kanagawa Pref.)
This popular tourist spot in the Yokohama Bay area offers a charming cityscape with a mix of contemporary buildings and exotic buildings such as the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse. Nearby is the largest Chinatown in East Asia, an ever-bustling and lively neighborhood.
Minatomirai Station on the Minatomirai Line.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office (Tokyo)
This building is home to government institutions in Tokyo. The 243-meter tall Tokyo Metropolitan Main Building No.1 has an observation deck free of charge on the 45th floor with a view of Tokyo Tower, TOKYO SKYTREE, and on a clear day, Mt. Fuji.
Close to Tochomae Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line.
Morito Kaigan Beach (Kanagawa Pref.)
This resort area and spacious beach coastline in Hayama is filled with the allure of a gentle climate and breathtaking ocean. You can see Mt. Fuji and Enoshima Island from the beach, and the view at sunset is especially intoxicating.
Approx. 8 min. by Keikyu Bus from Zushi・Hayama Station on the Keikyu Line. Close to Morito Kaigan bus stop.
This center of youth culture is one of Tokyo’s most popular spots. The area has a complete line-up of fashionable restaurants, cafes and shops. Among these, SHIBUYA109, close to the statue of Hachiko, is a popular shopping mall featuring all the latest trends.
Close to Shibuya Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line / Den-en-toshi Line.
Asakusa Kaminarimon (Tokyo)
The face of Asakusa enshrines Fujin, god of wind, on the right and Raijin, god of thunder, on the left to prevent natural disasters. The lantern hanging in the center of the gate is 3.9 m high with a diameter of 3.3 m and weight of 700 kg, making this a great picture taking spot.
5-min. walk from Exit 1 of Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.
5-min. walk from Asakusa Station on the Tobu Skytree Line.
5-min. walk from Exit A4 of Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line.