Japan in 7 days: Travel itinerary

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Visiting Japan for the first, second or even third time can be scary. It is not an easy task to get around in Tokyo or figure out what to see from the countless number of giant temples, beautiful parks, large shopping streets and fresh restaurants.

That is why we have prepared our top “7 days in Japan” itinerary and recommendations so that you can travel, see and explore the greatest sights of the country with your Japan Rail Pass.

Day 1: Tokyo

Arriving at Narita or Haneda Airport

Refer to our three days in Tokyo article for more detailed information on how and where to exchange your Japan Rail Pass, take the Narita Express (or the Tokyo Monorail from Haneda) and arrive at the city center of Tokyo.

Odaiba, Hama Rikyo and the Edo-Tokyo Museum

    • Start your trip off by visiting Odaiba, one of the newest, most vibrant shopping and entertainment centers of Tokyo.
    • While there, take advantage and visit the Tokyo Tower, a communication station, which is known to be the Japanese replica of the Eiffel tower, offering fantastic views of the city from above.
    • Escape from the busy Tokyo life visiting Hama Rikyu, a small but lovely park, offering beautiful walks among 300-years old trees and curious pond fish.
    • And for a piece of history, the remarkable Edo-Tokyo Museum is the place for children and adults to discover the past of Japan, specifically focusing on the Edo period between the 1603 and 1868.
Tokyo Tower
The Tokyo Tower is one of the highlights of the city skyline

Day 2: Tokyo and Kamakura

Taking a trip to Kamakura

Just an hour away from Tokyo, the Kamakura region has plenty to offer. You can get there with your Japan Rail Pass, by taking the Tokaido Line from Tokyo Station and making one connection at Totsuka Station, by changing to the Yokosuka Line, until you arrive at Kamakura Station.

Once there, make sure not to miss:

  • The Giant bronze Buddha statue – located on the lands of the Kotokuin temple, it is the second largest Buddha in Japan. It is 13,35m tall and originally built to stand within the grounds of a 13th-century temple. However, natural disasters have destroyed the temple more than once, so the locals decided to let it stand in the open air.

    The Giant Buddha at Kamakura
    The Giant Buddha at Kamakura
  • Zeniarai Benten Shrine – a magical place, where people (local as well as foreigners) go to wash their money. This means not money laundry but a spiritual experience, a place where the saying goes that whatever you wash in the shrine’s spring, it will double.
  • The Kamakura Beaches – whether you are going in the summer and wish to experience the cultural difference between your home beaches and those of Japan, or you are visiting in the autumn/winter seasons, you shouldn’t miss on the sandy cost Kamakura has to offer.

Day 3: Tokyo

Shibuya, Yanaka and Ueno

  • The Shibuya Crossing – the number one most famous place in all of Tokyo. Despite the endless amount of crowds, crossing the traffic lights every minute, people are attracted to Shibuya with the desire to experience what being a part of Tokyo means.

    Shibuya crossing (Tokyo)
    Shibuya crossing in the afternoon
  • Yanaka – Just a 40 minute ride away (take the Yamanote line), Yanaka will fascinate you with its fully reconstructed temple, narrow streets and tiled-roof houses. Yanaka is not the most touristic place, which makes it perfect for a peaceful walk, filled with history and past stories.
  • Ueno – Within walking distance from the Yanaka area, the gorgeous and never-ending Ueno area includes the Ueno Park and Zoo, Tokyo University of Arts, National Museum of Nature and Science, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan concert hall and more.

Day 4: Kyoto

Arashiyama, Iwatayama and Tenruy-ji temple

  • Arashiyama Bamboo Grove – Conveniently located at just ten minutes walking distance from the Saga Arashiyama Station (JR Sagano line), the bamboo grove will take you deep into the wonderland of this magical forest. Perfect for a romantic escape or just a quiet walk with you family and friends, where you will find peace and serenity.

    Arashiyama bamboo grove
    Arashiyama bamboo grove in Kyoto
  • Monkey Park Iwatayama – For nature and animal lovers, this will be your one and only – breathtaking views from the top of the mountain (just a 20min walk up). You can freely go around the area, where monkeys live and play. It is safe to give them food and watch how mothers and their little ones walk around and study you, just like you are studying them.
  • Tenruy-ji temple –  a world heritage site, this is one of the most beautiful Zen temples in Kyoto, especially during the cherry blossom season (last week of March – first week of April). The gardens are even more gorgeous with the surrounding rising mountains, located to their north. A spectacular view, especially when the sun rises.

Day 5: Kyoto

Nanzen-ji, Fushimi Inari and Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion)

  • Nanzen-ji – This Zen temple is just like the very perfection of Japanese temples. With its Zen gardens, giant entrance doors, and some smaller temples, the Nanzen-ji has everything there is to offer to the Japanese culture lovers.
  • Fushimi Inari-TaishaThe thousands of vermillion torii gates are some of the most photographed in the area and one of the greatest places in Kyoto. The Japanese come to this site to pay their respects or to pray for good fortune and success.

    Fushimi Inari torii gates
    The Fushimi Inari Shrine is known for its thousand torii gates
  • Kinkakuji (the Golden Pavilion) A different Zen temple with top floors covered in golden leaves. Visitors are not allowed to the first floor of the building, where historical Buddha statues lay. However, the windows on this floor are usually open, so tourists can look through and enjoy the ancient ambiance of the temple. Close to the exit, you can sip on traditional tea and tasty treats.

Day 6: Nara

Take the JR Nara Line from Kyoto Station for less than an hour journey to Nara – the first permanent capital of Japan and one of the few cities packed with so much cultural heritage.

  • Isuien Garden – Gorgeous ponds fed by the nearby river meet and give life to the incredible nature surrounding the gardens, making you feel welcome and at peace. Isuien has actually two different parts, each offering tea houses and authentic Japanese atmosphere.
  • Todai-ji Temple – The all-time Nara and Japan-must-see! Home of the Great 16 meter tall Buddha (Daibutsu) this temple will leave you breathless, while you are walking by the marvelous architecture of the building, which seems to be part of the skyline due to its immensity.

    The Great Buddha at Todai-ji (Nara)
    The Great Buddha at Todai-ji (Nara)
  • Hōryū-ji Temple – Do not miss out on some of the oldest surviving wooden buildings in the world! Founded by Prince Shotoku in 607, this temple was announced world heritage in 1993. Many might miss out that this was built in the ancient times, while Mohamed was alive, the Mayan calendar was being written, the Roman Empire had just fallen, and meanwhile the Japanese were building wooden structures that would stand still centuries to come.

Day 7: Back to Tokyo

Take the Shinkansen train back to Tokyo and get ready for your trip back home. Depending on your schedule, you can check out the districts of Asakusa and Harajuku, the first stops on our 10-day itinerary and 14-day sample itinerary. Otherwise, you can say goodbye to the city with the views from the top of the Metropolitan Government Building in West Shinjuku.

Note: Do not forget that your can use your Japan Rail Pass to take the Narita Express or the Tokyo Monorail to Haneda airport for free. Make sure to reserve your seats before boarding!

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34 thoughts on “Japan in 7 days: Travel itinerary”

  1. HI! We are booked on April 29 till May 10 we are 2 senior citizen 5 adults and 1child which is 5 years old.
    We are planing to stay in toky0 from April 29 to May 4 can you give as advice wheather we use our 7 days past here? or jsut ride the local train in Tokyo is this way can we save money ? coz we are 8 persons..Can you give me a list pls where can we spend our 6 days in tokyo pls..

    and from tokyo to osaka is it cheap to buy train tickets going osaka?
    and what are the best place to see in osaka ..
    Thanks and hoping for your reply..
    We are really confuse what to do coz JR pass is not a cheap cost…

    1. Hello Jonathan,

      For some great advice on what to do in Tokyo in 6 days, take a look at our detailed 3 Days in Tokyo itinerary.
      Additionally, here are some more ideas on the JR Yamanote line: Getting around Tokyo.
      The Yamanote line is the central circular line of Tokyo, taking you to many of the city’s prominent places to see. It is included in the Japan Rail Pass.
      What is more, Narita Express is also part of the JR Pass services.

      A single ticket from Tokyo to Osaka costs ¥8,750.
      However, a JR Pass would cover all these costs, which makes for a good overall value for money.

      Have a great time in Japan!
      The JRailPass team

  2. Hello,

    I would like to know If I purchase the 21days pass in 1/July used till 16/Jul. then I use again from 1/Aug till 5/Aug. So total is 21days. can I use the pass at this way?

    Thanks,
    Joanna

    1. Dear Joanna,
      Unfortunately, if you purchase a 21-day pass, the validity days will be 21 consecutive days.
      There is no activation-deactivation-adctivation option.
      Should you purchase a 21-day pass on July 1, activate it the same day, it will be valid until July 21, at midnight.

      Kind regards,
      The JRailPass team

  3. Hi ,
    We’re going to Tokyo tomorrow and need to go to Osaka the next day..
    Which line/station do we take and do we have to book a Shinkansen train using JRPass?
    Is there a train times table I can look at?

    1. Hi Ruby Batallones,

      We have an article dedicated to travel between Tokyo to Kyoto and Osaka with the JR Pass. Make sure to check it and if you need further advice don’t hesitate to write us again. Also making a seat reservation is easy and free of charge for all Japan Rail Pass holders. You can go to any ticket office to make a seat reservation, and in stations like Tokyo Station you can even make a seat reservation at the Exchange counter.

      Have an amazing trip!

  4. Hi
    I have 2 adults + 3 kids (age 14, 12 and 9) visiting Tokyo for 7 days. If we purchase the JR rail pass, does this pass allows us travel on ALL the subway/metro lines in Tokyo as well? We might do a day trip to Mount Fuji and Kyoto, can we make use of JR pass for our travel?

    Thank you for your advice.

    Regards
    Angie

  5. Hello we just purchase online 7 jrpass. We will arive on the 14th of june. No tour guide just on our own. Family of 3. We want to visit tokyo disneyland on day 1, disneysea on day 2, then go to osaka universal studio on day 3, then kyoto day tour on day 4, then day 5 mount fuji tour and also day tour in hokkaido on day 6 then the abashiri ice wonderland tour on day 7.

    Or can you advice us on which place to go from our first day to the seventh day in such a way that we encompass the 7 places i mentioned above.

    1. Hi Pearlie!

      To get to Tokyo Disneyland you can use your JR Pass to travel from Tokyo Station to Maihama Station, on the JR Keiyo line. Travel time is 20 minutes and the park is a mere five-minute walk from the station. DisneySea is a twenty-minute walk from Maihama Station in the same route we described before. You can also take the Disney Resort Monorail from Maihama to Tokyo Disney Sea Station. To go to Osaka Universal Studio, take the Osaka loop line from Osaka Station to Universal City Station. The park is a five-minute walk from the station.

      When in Kyoto you can make full use of the Japan Rail Pass too since local Kyoto JR lines include the Sagano Line and the Nara Line. Mount Fuji can be visited as a day trip from Tokyo by using your pass.

      We hope you have an amazing trip!

  6. Hi there is a specific JR pass Tokyo which is cheaper than the JR pass 7 days, do you have it? Or could you tell us more about it?

    Thanks

    1. Hi Mina,

      Japan Rail Pass is only available for trips around the whole country. Besides it you can also find regional passes and special passes within the main cities.

      Happy travels!

    1. Hi Yu!

      Of course – all of them are listed in our website:

      1. The Japan Rail Pass covers all JR Group limited express trains, express trains, rapid and local ones. Shinkansen bullet trains are also covered, except of NOZOMI and MIZUHO. Furthermore, the JR Pass can be used on the Tokyo Monorail, the Yamanote line (Tokyo Metro); the Aoimori Railway between Aomori and Hachinohe; the JR Ishikawa Railway between Kanazawa and Tsubata; the Ainokaze Toyama Railway beween Toyama and Takaoka; Narita Express from Narita Airport to Tokyo.

      2. The JR Pass is valid on all local JR bus lines such as: JR Hokkaido Bus; JR Tohoku Bus; JR Kanto Bus; JR Tokai Bus; West Japan JR Bus; JR Chugoku bus; JR Shikoku Bus; JR Kyushu Bus.

      3. You may use your Japan Rail on the JR-West Miyajima ferry services.

      Happy travels!

  7. Good morning.
    Planning to go to Tokyo (handeda) mid November for 6 nights and 3 night to Kyoto. Then exit at kansai airport. Is it advisable to get the 14 days JR pass?

    1. Hi Rey!

      It will always depend on the trip you schedule. The Japan Rail Pass will make your journey easy and it will for sure cover all the mentioned trips: from Haneda you can take the Tokyo Monorail to and from Hamamatsucho Station, on the Yamanote line in central Tokyo; while in Tokyo you will also be able to take advantage of certain JR lines within the city as well as within Kyoto and to reach Kansai Airport through the Haruka Express.

      Besides this the Japan Rail Pass will be more convenient the more you travel so make sure to plan your trip in advance to assess how to get the most out from your trip in the country.

      Have an amazing vacation!

  8. Hello.. just booked my flight from Mumbai to Tokyo and returning from seoul to Mumbai to celebrate New year.. I will be spending 7 nights in Japan.. I will be traveling with my wife and 1 year infant daughter.. I indent to cover Tokyo, Kyoto, mt Fuji.. I thought to spend New year Eve in Kyoto .. kindly advise your views on my plan.. also let me if I have JR pass I still need to reserve seat if yes than what is the procedure to do that.. I also indent to do some scenic train trip in your country..

    Regards
    Vishal

    1. Hi Vishal Dhanuka!

      Your trip sounds awesome! When travelling with the Japan Rail Pass you will still need to reserve seats (free of charge).

      To reserve your seat, please go to any Ticket Office (Midori-no-madoguchi), located in all Japanese train stations. The kind Japanese staff will ask for your Japan Rail Pass, which allows you to book seats for free. State your destination and preferred departure time and let the staff member find the best option for your trip.

      From February 2017, passengers can make seat reservations online for certain trains at the JR East Train Reservation Service. After arriving in Japan, passengers can collect their seat reservation tickets at their chosen location. These include designated JR East and JR Hokkaido stations and JR travel service centres and information desks, as well as JR West Kanazawa and Toyama stations.

      Happy travels!

  9. Hai.. We are planning to explore japan in this winter for 14 days.. From sapporo to tokyo.. If we buy the jrails pass for 14 days, can it cover all of the transportation from sapporo until tokyo? Are we just need to take a shinkasen to go to hokkaido from tokyo?
    Thankyou.

    1. Hi Nana yee!

      To go from Sapporo to Tokyo you will need to take the Hokuto limited express in Sapporo and go all straight to Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto. Once there you will have to transfer to the JR Tohoku/Hokkaido Shinkansen that will get you all straight to Tokyo. This trip is fully covered by the Japan Rail Pass.

      Have a nice trip!

  10. Hi JRpass team,

    We plan to visit Tokyo-Osaka areas for 10 days. We arrive Tokyo (Narita airport), stay in Tokyo for 3 days and then move to Osaka and then back to Tokyo-Narita airport. Whuile in Osaka, we plan to stay in Osaka and make one-day round trips from Osaka to different places like, for example, Osaka-Kobe, Osaka-Kyoto, Osaka-Nara/Nagoya/Hokune.

    We want to buy 7 day JR pass to save costs. May I ask you to look at our plan below:

    Day 1 (11Aug): Arrive Narita Airport and to Tokyo city – no JR pass used.

    Day 2&3 (12 & 13Aug): Sightseeing in Tokyo – no JR pass used.

    Day 4 (14Aug): Travelling from Tokyo to Osaka (Shinkansen) – IR pass used.

    Day 5 (15Aug): Going to Kyoto (Mt. Fuji, etc….)and back to Osaka (one day trip).
    Can we use JR pass on this route?

    Day 6 (16Aug): Going to Kobe and back to Osaka.
    Can we use JR pass on this route?

    Day 7 (17Aug): Travelling around Osaka: Dontobori, Kuromon market, etc..)
    Can we use JR pass on this route?

    Day 8 (18Aug): Travelling around Osaka: Universal Studio Japan in Osaka.
    Can we use JR pass on this route?

    Day 8 (19Aug): Sightseeing in Osaka.
    Can we use JR pass on this route?

    Day 9 (20Aug): Travelling back to Tokyo from Osaka (Shinkansen).
    JR pass is used.

    Day 10: going home from Narita.

    In Osaka, we stay in walking distance from Nipponbashi station. So do you think our plan would work? Can we use JR pass for travelling/sightseeing in Osaka, for going to Kyoto, Kobe as I plan?

    Thank you so much for your assistance and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Thanks and best regards,

    Dzung Nguyen

    1. Hi Dzung!

      Your plan sounds great!

      – Going from Osaka to Kyoto and back is fully covered by the Japan Rail Pass. Travelling between Kyoto and Osaka is now easier than ever. Just take the Hikari train on the Tokaido Shinkansen line. You will get between Kyoto Station and Shin-Osaka Station in less than 30 minutes!
      – If you plan to visit Hakone area (Mount Fuji) from the Kansai region (Osaka and Kyoto), you will have to take the Tokaido Shinkansen (Kodama and some Hikari trains, please check) from Kyoto Station or Shin-Osaka station (covered by the Japan Rail Pass) and get off at Odawara station. Then take the Hakone Tozan train for Hakone-Yumoto Station (not covered by JR) and finally get off at Hakone-Itabashi Station.
      – To go from Osaka to Kobe you have two options, both fully covered by the Japan Rail Pass: you may take the Sanyo Shinkansen from Shin-Osaka Station to Shin-Kobe Station. This trip lasts approximately 15 minutes. Alternatively, you may take a JR Special Rapid Train from Osaka Station to the Kobe Sannomiya Station, with a trip duration of around 20 minutes.
      – To travel within Osaka city you can use the Osaka Loop Line that circles through downtown Osaka.
      – To get to Universal Studios Japan from Osaka Station, take the Osaka loop line to Universal City Station. From Nishikujo Station, you can also take the JR Sakurajima line (also called Yumesaki line). The park is a five-minute walk from the station. This trip is fully covered by the Japan Rail Pass.
      – To go from and to Narita Airport you can use the Narita Express, covered by your Japan Rail Pass.

      Very happy travels!

  11. Dear JRpass team,

    Thank you so so much for your prompt and very detailed and helpful reply. We highly appreciate your assistance.

    May I ask another question. Since my daughter shall travel further to Hiroshima and Nagoya after Tokyo-Osaka, we wish to ask you if she can use JR pass for traveling from Osaka to Hiroshima, and then from Hiroshima to Nagoya, and finally from Nagoya to Tokyo? If the answer if affirmative, we will get her a 14 day JR pass.

    Again, thank you so so much for your assistance and we look forward to hearing further from you in due course.

    Regards,

    Dzung

    1. Hi Dzung Nguyen!

      Sure – your daughter is entitled to do these trips if she holds a Japan Rail Pass:

      – To get from Osaka to Hiroshima, from the city center, take the JR Haruka Express to Shin-Osaka Station, then transfer to the Sanyo Shinkansen line (westbound, Hikari trains). This trip takes approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes.
      – From Hiroshima to Nagoya she will need to take the Shinkansen Sakura in Hiroshima to Shink-Kobe station. Once there she will need to transfer to Shinkansen Hikari until she gets off at Nagoya.
      – And last but not least, to go from Nagoya back to Tokyo the quickest option would be taking the JR Tokaido Shinkansen, accessible using your JR Pass.

      Remember you can purchase your Japan Rail Pass here.

      Have an amazing trip!

  12. Hello, confirmed our trip to Japan from Jan. 1 to Jan. 6.

    Jan. 1 – arrive Narita 2 PM
    start exploring Tokyo after check in
    Jan. 2 – explore Tokyo
    Jan. 3 – depart for Mt. Fuji area (is a day trip enough for Mt. Fuji?) – taking train to Kyoto late afternoon (bullet train?)
    Jan. 4 – Kyoto (doing a Ryokan for 1 night). Is it better to do the Ryoan in the Mt. Fuji area?
    Jan. 5 – Kyoto area – depart for Osaka in the morning
    Jan. 6 – Fly out of Osaka late afternoon

    Will the JR pass be able to cover all the routes mentioned above? Do we need to stay overnight at Mt. Fuji and do the Ryokan there or is it better to do a day trip to Mt. Fuji area and do the Ryokan at Kyoto coming from Mt. Fuji? Also, is it better to buy the JR pass here in the US now than getting it close to our travel date or getting it there perhaps? Any recommendations or suggestions for this short trip? Looking forward to your response. Thank you!

    1. Hi Bryan!

      Yes – the Japan Rail Pass will cover all of your trips.

      – To get to central Tokyo from Narita Airport you can take the Narita Express at no additional charge.
      – Within Tokyo there are some lines you can use to explore the city, such as the Yamanote Line, the Keihin-Tohoku Line, the Rapid Chuo Line, the local Chuo-Sobu and other metropolitan lines that circulate on the outskirts of the city such as the JR Keiyo, Musashi, Nambu and Yokohama lines.
      Mount Fuji can be scheduled as a day trip from Tokyo since it should be only a little over 2 hours from Tokyo.

      Regarding where to purchase the Japan Rail Pass, it would be adviceable to purchase it in advance. The JR Pass can be purchased online or through specialized agents, like this website. However, since March 8, 2017, and on a trial basis, the pass is also sold at selected stations inside Japan, at an increased cost. While you are now able to purchase the JR Pass in Japan, please keep in mind that it is only sold in particular stations, at a higher price and you are required to pay in Yens, as no other currency will be accepted.

      Have an amazing trip!

  13. This is my itenerary for Japan…. I want to purchase a 7 day rail pass, but when do you think it makes most sense to use up the 7 days considering I will be in Tokyo for 10 days….see below itenerary. I would rather save the 7 days for when the costs will be highest. Any advice?

    April 19 Thursday Tokyo – Arrive in airport at 10pm
    April 20 Friday Tokyo
    April 21 Saturday Tokyo
    April 22 Sunday Tokyo (possible day trip to nakamura)
    April 23 Monday Tokyo (day trip to Nikko)
    April 24 Tuesday Travel to Mt Fuji
    April 25 Wednesday Travel to Kyoto
    April 26 Thursday Kyoto
    April 27 Friday Osaka
    April 28 Saturday Osaka
    April 29 Sunday – Leave to Osaka Airport

    1. Hi Irina!

      The most important to keep in mind is that the Japan Rail Pass will be more economical the more you travel. Please be aware you can use it in most of your trip:

      – From Narita Airport you can take the Narita Express to central Tokyo at no additional cost.
      – Once you are in Tokyo, you can use several lines within the city: the Yamanote Line, the Keihin-Tohoku Line, the Rapid Chuo Line, the local Chuo-Sobu line and other metropolitan lines that circulate on the outskirts of the city such as the JR Keiyo, Musashi, Nambu and Yokohama lines.. However please make sure to check which parts of the city you want to visit since most likely you won’t be able to access them all only using your Japan Rail Pass.
      Nikko is one of many interesting day trips from Tokyo made possible using your Japan Rail Pass since traveling time is less than 2 hours from Tokyo by train and at no additional charge when traveling with the Japan Rail Pass.
      Mount Fuji can be easily reached with the Japan Rail Pass via Gotemba: you just have to take JR Tokaido line for Kozu from Tokyo Station, using your JR Pass; once at Kozu, take the JR Gotemba Line for Numazu and get off at Gotemba Station.
      – Travelling between Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka with the Japan Rail Pass is easy. You should take the Tokaido Shinkansen line that connects three cities.
      – Numerous trains in and around Kyoto can be accessed using your Japan Rail Pass.
      – While in Osaka, you will be entitled to use the Osaka Loop Line at no additional cost if travelling with the Japan Rail Pass.
      – Last but not least, to get from Osaka to Kansai Airport you can take the Haruka Express, also included in the Japan Rail Pass.

      If you want to check the costs of each individual trip to make your decision you can check Hyperdia – the number 1 Japanese online transportation planning tool. It has the most updated and useful information you can get.

      Very happy travels!

  14. I will be in Japan for 7 days ( November 15th – November 21st 2017) ( party of 3 ). We would like to visit Kyoto & Tokyo using Japan Rail Pass.

    My question is : should I fly in Kyoto first then leave from Tokyo ? Please advise

    v/r

    Richard

  15. I will be arriving Haneda Airport, what train to take to go to Hotel Mystays Hamamatsucho?
    We will be in Japan for 7 days, trying to put together a list of all place to visit. Any suggestion?

    1. Hi Connie!

      From Haneda Airport you can take the Tokyo Monorail, covered by the Japan Rail Pass, to central Tokyo. Once you are there you can take any of the JR lines included in the Japan Rail Pass that take you around the city: the Yamanote Line, the Keihin-Tohoku Line, the Rapid Chuo Line, the local Chuo-Sobu Line and other metropolitan lines that circulate on the outskirts of the city such as the JR Keiyo, Musashi, Nambu and Yokohama lines. Just make sure to locate your hotel and what lines take you there!

      Our best recommendation for a 7-day trip in Japan is available in this article you have already read. We recommend you to further surf our blog if you want to get further insight on what to see when you are in Japan.

      Happy travels!

  16. Hi,

    Would like to ask about the JR Tokyo Wide Pass. It is ¥10,000 & have to use it for 3 consecutive days. May I know which area does this covers? Planning to go to Disneysea, Mt Fuji & Gala Yuzawa using this method. Please advise.

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Lee!

      All details regarding JR Tokyo Wide Pass are available at JR East official website. Please make sure to visit it to have the most updtaed information.

      Happy travels!

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