The Seishun 18 is a limited-time offer. Please take note of the sales and valid dates.
The Seishun 18 allows unlimited rides on local and rapid JR trains (excluding reserved seats) throughout Japan from Hokkaido in the north to Kyushu in the south. Although the Seishun 18 is not valid on Shinkansens and limited express trains, it is a great way to enjoy travel at a more leisurely pace. This ticket package includes five days worth of travel for only 2,370 yen per day. One person can enjoy the Seishun 18 for five days, or it can be split for use by up to five people. The unlimited rides also include use of the JR Miyajima Ferry for travel from the mainland to the island of Itsukushima, popularly known as Miyajima. The Seishun 18 is a great way to enjoy leisurely travel.
|Seishun 18||11,850 yen|
Note: The price for the Seishun 18 is the same for adults and children.
|Validity periods||Sales dates|
|Spring||Sunday, March 1 to Friday, April 10, 2015||Friday, February 20 to Tuesday, March 31, 2015|
|Summer||Monday, July 20 to Thursday, September 10, 2015||Wednesday, July 1 to Monday, August 31, 2015|
|Winter||Thursday, December 10, 2015 to Sunday, January 10, 2016||Tuesday, December 1 to Thursday, December 31, 2015|
Note: The area within the dotted line in the map below is where the Aoimori Railway operates. The Seishun 18 is valid on local and rapid trains between Aomori and Hachinohe Stations. Riders may get off at Noheji Station free of charge, but an additional fare is required to get off at any other station between Aomori and Hachinohe Stations.
The designated open seating zone for the Seishun 18
Traveling on the Shinkansens is also a great way to travel, but riding the local trains opens up a different side of Japan, revealing natural beauty you can get in no other way. Japan is filled with local train lines, each with their own personalities. Trains that run through valleys, trains that run along the Japan Sea and even steam locomotives that run through the forest with steam coming out the smokestack. Buy a bento lunch box, jump aboard and enjoy Japan. A side of Japan you’ll never get with the faster trains.
As of February 2015.