Japan Rail Pass
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Order Japan Rail Passes

Ordering your Japan Rail Passes is quick and easy. First, choose the number of 7, 14, or 21 day JR Passes you require and indicate the method of delivery you prefer. You will then move on to the next page where you can enter the names of the pass holders. The final step is the check out page. All orders received before 12pm will be dispatched the same day. If you have any questions please give us a call on 303-952-0379 (Boulder, Colorado) and we'd be delighted to answer them for you.

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Age 6-11 YRS

7 day Japan Rail Pass Ordinary


14 day Japan Rail Pass Ordinary


21 day Japan Rail Pass Ordinary


7 day Japan Rail Pass Green Car (1st class)


14 day Japan Rail Pass Green Car (1st class)


21 day Japan Rail Pass Green Car (1st class)

Choose a Shipping Method*
  • *You must order by 12pm (Mon-Fri) for same day dispatch. Both USPS First-Class Mail and USPS Priority Mail Express options will need signing for on delivery. If nobody is available to sign for the package then USPS will leave a note giving information on where to pick it up or how to reschedule a delivery. Occasionally USPS cannot guarantee Priority Mail Express service. We only learn of this at the time of placing the USPS order. In this situation we will call you to discuss the alternatives. Please note that Sunday and Federal Holidays do not count in the 5 day business day period. Also please note that it usually takes 4 business days for Passes to reach the West Coast from Colorado, and 3-4 Business days to reach the East Coast.

  • **Local pickup is Monday-Friday 10:30-5pm at our Boulder, CO office which is located at 1738 Pearl St Ste 302, Boulder, CO 80302
  • ***There are exceptions depends on origin, destination, and drop-off time.

For most people, traveling on Japanese trains is a revelation. Punctual, fast, efficient and clean it is really a service to behold. The ordinary class carriages are bright and surprisingly spacious, with good size comfortable seats and generous leg room that puts airlines to shame! There is usually overhead storage space that will accommodate coats and small pieces of luggage, but in most trains what there is not is a designated area set aside for suitcase sized bags. These need to go either by your feet, or take advantage of Japan’s excellent system of forwarding luggage ahead before you leave your hotel.

‘Green Car’ is the term for the first class carriages that are found on the shinkansen (bullet train) and many limited express trains. The decor differs from that in the ordinary class carriages to radiate a more luxurious feel, and the seats are wider with more leg room. There are also fewer seats per carriage which creates a quieter, more relaxed environment. Another, perhaps more pertinent advantage is that the Green car carriages tend to not get as full as the ordinary class carriages, and this can be particularly useful if you happen to be traveling during one of the peak travel times in Japan. This is especially relevant during New Year (December 29th to January 4th), Golden Week (around April 29th to May 5th) and Obon (August 9th to August 17th).