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Pass that covers both Nikko/Kamakura? 2018/11/4 00:50
Hi, Im Travelling tokyo february 2-9th

i am going on a day trip Nikko and Kamakura, wondering if there's a pass which covers both of these destinations?

I am also spending my other 4/5 days in tokyo city its self wondering if i need a pass to get around tokyo also?

I am also open to suggested itineraries and trips

DAY 1
Arrive at Narita Airport at 0840 , and explore the remaining day in Tokyo.

Day 2 - Tokyo
Western Tokyo Full Day
https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3051_west_tokyo_full.html

Day 3 - Tokyo
https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3051_odaiba_asakusa_full.html

Day 4 - Nikko Daytrip
Purchase a Nikko Pass and use it to take a daytrip to Nikko, two hours north of Tokyo.

Day 5 - Kamakura Daytrip
Undertake a one day trip to Kamakura, one hour south of Tokyo.

Day 6 –Tokyo again or Gala Yuzawa skiing resort.
Izu Peninsula / Hakone l Gala Yuzawa skiing resort. 40 for a day pass

Day 7 - Depart from Narita Airport
Depart Japan from Narita Airport.
by Clay123  

Re: Pass that covers both Nikko/Kamakura? 2018/11/4 10:17
You can buy greater Tokyo pass 3 Day=7200 yen.This cover narita airport, Nikko,Kamakura etc for unlimited travel.
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Re: Pass that covers both Nikko/Kamakura? 2018/11/4 11:00
This one covers Nikko, Kamakura, and gala yuzawa. But only for 3 days. So you would have to group up your day trips.

https://www.jreast.co.jp/e/tokyowidepass/

by JB25 (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Pass that covers both Nikko/Kamakura? 2018/11/4 18:32
I'm thinking would it be worth going to the ski resort or should i just spend the last 2 days in Tokyo as it is only my first time?
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Re: Pass that covers both Nikko/Kamakura? 2018/11/5 05:18
I can't answer that one for you, as that just depends on your preferences. If you don't have skiing at home, then maybe it is a big deal. But I live near ski resorts already at home, so I would rather spend more time around Tokyo myself.

If you don't go to Gala Yuzawa, then I would just buy the Nikko Pass. The trip to Kamakura is less than 1000y each way by local trains. And the Nikko pass is very cheap and includes both transport to/from Asakusa (Tokyo) as well as bus travel in Nikko.

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