What is it?
The Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass allows unlimited rides on local and rapid JR East trains (excluding reserved seats) within the 23 Special Wards of Tokyo. What a convenient way to travel around Tokyo for shopping, eating and even business.
|Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass
Where to Purchase
- The Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass can be purchased at JR Ticket Offices (Midori-no Madoguchi) and at Travel Service Centers (View Plaza) in most major Tokyo stations.
- Purchases may be made up to one month in advance of the valid date of the pass.
- Passes written in English are available. Inquire at the time of purchase.
- JR Ticket Office (Midori-no Madoguchi)
- Travel Service Center (View Plaza)
- The Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass is valid for: one day
Valid Train Routes
- The Pass may be used for unlimited rides on local and rapid JR East trains (excluding reserved seats) within the designated open seating zone in the 23 Special Wards of Tokyo.
The designated open seating zone for the Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass
Exploring Tokyo with the Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass
Since the seventeenth century, Tokyo has been one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world, home to a distinctive, innovative culture that has flourished with the energy of the times. From the high-rise buildings in Shinjuku, the commercial center of Japan, to the fashion centers of Shibuya and Harajuku that attract younger crowds, Tokyo is filled with an invigorating vitality. For those seeking a more historical visit, Tokyo also has a multitude of carefully kept shops, temples and shrines that continue to observe traditions hundreds of years old.
- Suggested Places to Visits
Ryogoku Kokugikan - the Tokyo sumo hall
Akihabara - for great electronics shopping as well as anime, pop culture and computer games
Nijubashi Bridge - the bridge over the moat surrounding the Imperial Palace
- The date of the pass may be changed once.
- Refunds can be obtained for unused, valid tickets from any location where the pass is sold. A service fee is charged for refunds.
- Refunds are not made for canceled or delayed train service.
This information applies from April 2014.
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