Where to Turn in Your Exchange Order to get JR Rail Pass in the Airports

For many foreign tourists, Japan Rail Pass is a must buy when they are planning to travel throughout Japan by JR railways.

You need to purchase an exchange order before you come to Japan. After you arrive in Japan, you need to show your passport and the exchange order to exchange(activate) for the real Japan Rail Pass.

There are exchange offices in the main JR stations and airports. Here we introduce the exchange offices located in the airports of Japan. You can exchange for the pass upon your arrival at the airport, which makes it possible for you to start using it when you leave the airport.*

New Chitose (Hokkaido) Airport B1F: JR Information Desk: 8:30-19:00 (Everyday)
Narita Airport Terminal 1 B1F: JR EAST Travel Service Center: 8:15-19:00 (Everyday)
B1F: Ticket Office: 6:30-8:15, 20:00-21:45 (Everyday)
Narita Airport Terminal 2・3 B1F: JR EAST Travel Service Center: 8:15-20:00 (Everyday)
B1F: Ticket Office: 6:30-8:15, 20:00-21:45 (Everyday)
Haneda Airport International Terminal JR EAST Travel Service Center (Tokyo Monorail
2F Ticket Gate/Arrival lobby)
: 7:45-18:30 (Everyday)
Chubu (Centrair) Airport * 2F: Central Japan Travel Center: 9:00-20:30 (Everyday)
Kansai(KIX) Airport Kansai Airport Station Ticket Office: 5:30-23:00 (Everyday)

* There is no JR station in the Central Japan International Airport. JAPAN RAIL PASS cannot be used for the transportation between the airport and the nearest JR station.

For details of the exchange offices access, please check the link below.
http://www.japanrailpass.net/img/purchase/file/exchange_station.pdf

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