CHEAP JAPAN: Yen/Euro rate, price of the JR Pass and travel in 2013

CHEAP JAPAN: Yen/Euro rate, price of the JR Pass and travel in 2013
The Yen/Euro/Dollar exchange rate has become more favorable to a trip to Japan: 1 Euro = 115 Yens and 1 Dollar = 88 Yens (07 January 2013). A travel to Japan from Belgium or the USA is thus cheaper in 2013 than in 2012, especially with a Japan Rail Pass (JR Pass).

If you wish to buy a regional Japan Rail Pass (price for adults, half-price for 6-11 y.o. children):

If you wish to buy a national Japan Rail Pass (price for adults, half-price for 6-11 y.o. children):
A national Japan Rail Pass allows low-cost travels in Japan (Narita Express and shinkansen included) on the Japan Railways lines without buying a ticket between the Haneda airport, Narita airport, Kansai airport, and the train stations in Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Kobe, Hiroshima... You can also ride the local or long-distance JR buses, the Hiroshima-Miyajima ferry, the Tokyo monorail and the Yamanote line in Tokyo.

If you can also read French, here are trips in Japan particularly interesting for 2013 thanks to the depreciation of the yen:


ORDER a cheap Japan Rail Pass to travel in Japan... (click)


... or buy a JR Pass Hokkaido to enjoy Japanese snow this winter!


These low-cost JR Pass and stays in Japan are proposed by Omni Links Europe S.A. (Brussels, Belgium), a travel agency specializing in Japanese tours. To make your dreams come true in Japan, visit our twin Website Peak Experience Japan (French available, English in the pipeline).







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