Much exhibition has been made of the Japan Rail (JR) Pass for outsiders. For about $250, you get a pass that will permit you to get to any JR line in the nation for seven days, including a few distinctive shinkansen (rapid) trains.
I was in Japan for 10 days and couldn’t force myself to jump on $500 on the 14-day JR pass, so John and I utilized the Tokyo tram for the initial barely any days we were there, enacting our JR gives the day the time had come to visit Kyoto.
This ended up being a good thought! Not exclusively are Tokyo metro tolls incredibly modest (in the $2 territory), however extremely simple to get from electronic ticket machines, which all have English menu alternatives.
With such low costs, it would have been exceptionally difficult to legitimize a JR Pass simply going around Tokyo. Be that as it may, a 7-day JR Pass advantageously costs about equivalent to a ticket to get there and back to Kyoto.
In decision: it’s just a lot in case you’re wanting to go outside of Tokyo, and less of one in case you’re most certainly not.