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Unlimited rides on the entire subway line for just 600JPY!  Using transportation pass wisely will make a difference to your trip in Kyoto!

Unlimited rides on the entire subway line for just 600JPY! Using transportation pass wisely will make a difference to your trip in Kyoto!

May 21, 2019
NIPPON HODAI
Have you ever come across the "Kyoto City Subway One-Day Pass"? If you haven't, definitely have a check on this great item for traveling in Kyoto!

What is Kyoto City Subway?

Masaki Takenakaさん(@sbtmmasaki)がシェアした投稿 -

"Kyoto City Subway" is operated by the Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau. It is formed by 2 lines, "Karasuma Line " and "Tozai Line". With the exception of the Nishigyo ward, it connects the other 10 wards of Kyoto City to the Uji City.
 

A perfect pass for going around to see famous spots in the city for 1 day!

Hideki & Saoさん(@hidekitakenaka)がシェアした投稿 -

"Kyoto City Subway One-Day Pass" is an all-access pass that allows you to have unlimited rides on the entire line of Kyoto City Subway. With just this pass, you can travel around the Kyoto Imperial Palace, Nijojo Castle, Toei Kyoto Studio Park, Kyoto International Manga Museum and other popular spots.

Normally the fare for each ride is 210-350JPY. So you can easily get your money's worth by riding 2-3 times.
 

It's not just about the fare! There are many other special offers!

skyomcさん(@skyomc)がシェアした投稿 -

"Kyoto City Subway One-Day Pass" includes not only transportation fee, but also special offers that can be used at popular sightseeing spots. If you have a long sightseeing checklist, why not use this pass to complete your mission?

Nijojo Castle*, Kyoto City Zoo*, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art*, Murinan Garden*, Yasaka Hall Gion Corner*, Kyoto Botanical Garden*, The Museum of Kyoto, Kyoto International Manga Museum, Kyoto Aquarium, Yoshimoto Gion Kagetsu, Toei Kyoto Studio Park, and Kyoto Railway Museum *Discounts only for adult ticket
 

3 ways to buy the pass!

3 ways to buy the pass!
The 3 ways to buy the pass are:
①Ticket Offices of each subway station
②City bus and subway Information Centers and Commuter Pass Sales Counters
③Ticket-vending machines of each subway station

Have you ever thought of having small conversations with Japanese people? If so, ① and ② are rare chances for you to communicate with the station staff directly. But if you are worry about speaking Japanese, ③ is the option for you! Just buy the ticket in your own comfortable way!