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IC Card For Foreign Tourists

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●KANSAI ONE PASS
This card will let you use all train and bus lines in the Kansai region, which includes Kyoto, Osaka, and Kobe.
They can be recharged at train stations and convenience stores.
*Buses do not offer unlimited rides.
3,000 yen (500 yen for deposit included.)
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Guide to Discounts, and Special Benefits

Useful Tickets

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●Subway, Bus One-Day Pass, Two-Day Pass
1-day Price: 900 yen (Child 450 yen) / 2-day price: 1,700 yen (Child 850 yen)
These passes will let you visit almost all the major sightseeing spots within the city (a wider bus area compared with the Bus One Day Pass), and are more reasonable (25% off) than buying only the Bus One Day Pass and Subway One Day Pass, respectively.
• Can be used for subways, municipal buses, Kyoto Bus (some routes), Keihan Bus (some routes).
• Cannot be used for privately-operated railways.

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●Subway One Day Pass
Price: 600 yen (Child 300 yen)
• Can be used for subways.
• Cannot be used for privately-operated railways.

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●Bus One-Day Pass
Price: 600 yen (Child 300 yen)
• Can be used for municipal buses, Kyoto Bus (some routes).
• Cannot be used for privately-operated railways.

Baggage Delivery Service

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Notes

●If you use the luggage delivery service, you drop your luggage off at the station, and it is delivered to your accommodations by that evening, enabling you to go sightseeing straight away from Kyoto Station.
●Delivery is 1,000-1,500 JPY per suitcase.
●Reception desks in Kyoto Station can be found in six locations. See details here.

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