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The JR EAST PASS (Nagano, Niigata area) is a special discounted pass available only to international travelers to Japan (with a short-term visa no longer than 90 days) and holding a foreign passport.
It allows unlimited rides on all JR EAST train lines in the JR EAST PASS designated area. For example, you can start your journey by taking an express train from Narita Airport or Haneda Airport to Tokyo, explore Tokyo, and maybe hop aboard the Shinkansen to Tohoku area or Nagano, Niigata area.
If you travel Tokyo and Nagano, Niigata area, JR EAST PASS is very convenient!
Let's check JR EAST PASS (Nagano, Niigata area).You can use the pass on 5 days of your choice within its 14-day period of validity.
[Permitted] Up to non-consecutive 5 days of use within a 14-day period
E.g. For a pass valid from October 1st to 14th
[Permitted] Up to 5 consecutive days of use within a 14-day period
Nagano Prefecture is surrounded by the Japanese Alps, known as “the Roof of Japan.” This area is full of attractions, including the rich natural environment and hot springs surrounded by the mountains, agricultural products grown in clean air and water, and various food such as Shinshu-soba, which is well known throughout the country.
Niigata Prefecture is one of the most famous areas for the production of rice. It produces not only tasty rice but also other various food products such as fresh and delicious seafood and Japanese sake. Visitors can also enjoy beautiful views at many spots. A sunset over the Japan Sea and the snow scape are very popular. It also has the third largest number of hot spring sources in Japan.
Select whether want to purchase a voucher for a pass before coming to Japan or purchase a pass in Japan.
You can collect or purchase a pass at major airports and train stations.
On each day you use your pass, present it to a member of staff at the ticket gates in the stations you use.