A simple way to use public transport
Carte Pasmo Carte Pasmo

The Pasmo Card is a pre-paid top up card that allows you to use most public transport (metro, trains and buses) in Japan. It works in a similar fashion to the Suica Card.
Since 2013, the Pasmo card can be used in several of Japan's major cities anywhere the Pasmo or Suica logo is available.


The Pasmo Card is already topped up with 1500 yen ready for use (on top of a 500 yen deposit). The price of your journey is deducted automatically after every single use. If you all of the credit on the card, you can top up easily at train stations.
It can also be used as a sort of electronic wallet to pay for small purchases in convenience stores, vending machines, or even to pay for parking.

You can also keep your Pasmo Card for future use, as it is valid for 10 years. Or return it at the train station at the end of your trip to get back the 500 yen deposit.


  • A pre-payed card with 1500 yen ready for use
  • Can be used on public transport in Tokyo and all other major Japanese cities
  • Can be easily topped up on the machines at train stations
  • Can be used as an electronic wallet