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Many of Japan’s best rail passes, including the Japan Rail Pass, are available only to oversea visitors and cannot be used by foreign residents of Japan. But because Japan’s borders remain closed to international tourists, several regional rail passes by JR are currently available to foreign residents for a limited time, while a few others are available to them at all times.

Kansai Wide Area Excursion Pass

Temporarily available through March 2022

3 days: 10,000 yen

The temporarily available Kansai Wide Area Excursion Pass is a special version of the Kansai Wide Area Pass which covers JR trains in a wide area around Kyoto and Osaka. Its conditions are identical to those of the Kansai Area Pass, except that it is valid for only 3 days instead of 5 days and that it can be purchased only through online travel websites, such as Voyajin. Despite the difference in the validity period, the pass remains an excellent offer, unmatched by anything available to Japanese residents.

Coverage area of the Kansai Wide Area Excursion Pass

Kyushu Rail Pass

Exceptionally available through March 2022

3 days: 16,000 yen
5 days: 18,500 yen
7 days: 20,000 yen

The Kyushu Rail Pass covers most JR trains on Kyushu. Besides an “All Kyushu” version that covers the entire island, a “Northern Kyushu” version and a “Southern Kyushu” version are also available. Non-Japanese passport holders can purchase the pass at ticket offices in major JR station on Kyushu, including Hakata and Kokura.

Coverage area of the Kyushu Rail Pass

Sapporo-Noboribetsu Area Pass

Exceptionally available through March 2022

4 days: 8,500 yen

The Sapporo-Noboribetsu Area Pass is a convenient pass for a trip to Sapporo, Noboribetsu and Otaru. It can be purchased at Sapporo, New Chitose Airport and Noboribetsu stations.

Coverage area of the Sapporo-Noboribetsu Area Pass

Sapporo-Furano Area Pass

Exceptionally available through March 2022

4 days: 9,500 yen

The Sapporo-Furano Area Pass is a convenient pass for a trip to Sapporo, Furano, Asahikawa and Otaru. It can be purchased at Sapporo, New Chitose Airport and Asahikawa stations.

Coverage area of the Sapporo-Furano Area Pass

Tokyo Wide Pass

Always available

3 days: 10,180 yen

The Tokyo Wide Pass covers most JR trains and selected non-JR trains in a wide area around Tokyo that stretches as far as Karuizawa, the Fuji Five Lakes and the Izu Peninsula. It is available year round to non-Japanese passport holders, including foreign residents of Japan and can be purchased at major JR stations in the greater Tokyo area.

Coverage area of the Tokyo Wide Pass

JR East Tohoku Area Pass

Always available

5 days: 20,000 yen

The JR East Tohoku Area Pass covers JR trains in most of the Kanto and Tohoku regions. It is available year round to non-Japanese passport holders, including foreign residents of Japan and can be purchased at major JR stations in eastern Japan.

Coverage area of the JR East Tohoku Area Pass

JR East Nagano Niigata Area Pass

Always available

5 days: 18,000 yen

The JR East Nagano Niigata Area Pass covers JR trains in most of the Kanto Region and Yamanashi, Nagano and Niigata prefectures, as well as the Shonai Region. It is available year round to non-Japanese passport holders, including foreign residents of Japan and can be purchased at major JR stations in eastern Japan.

Coverage area of the JR East Nagano Niigata Area Pass