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Shikoku Pass

All Shikoku Pass

Shikoku: una isla desconocida para descubrir en tren
Shikoku area railing network map

La compañía JR Shikoku te ofrece el JR Shikoku Pass que permite el uso de los trenes JR en la región por 3, 4, 5, o 7 días consecutivos.

Las líneas incluidas en el pase son: JR Shikoku, Tosa Kuroshio Railway, Asa Kaigan Railway, Kotoden, Iyotetsu, Tosaden.

Niños de 6 a 11 años de edad tienen un descuento, acceso gratuito para niños menores de 6 años.

3 días

Adulto: 60 €

Niño: 30 €

4 días

Adulto: 67 €

Niño: 33 €

5 días

Adulto: 73 €

Niño: 37 €

Pass 7 días

Adulto: 87 €

Niño: 43 €

La región de Shikoku

La región de Shikoku es conocida en todo Japón por su famoso peregrinaje de 88 templos, seduciendo a todos con sus montañas, castillos, paisajes y vistas al mar.

También es el centro de la agricultura, se encuentran aquí ¡las mejores y más bellas frutas del archipiélago! Prueba el Sanuki udon, la especialidad de la prefectura de Kagawa desde la era Edo.

En agosto, no te pierda el festival de Obon y las representaciones de Awa Odori.



Kochi Prefecture is a largely rural area known for its natural scenery of mountains, plains, and coast. It is home to one of the most well-preserved feudal castles in the form Kochi Castle. For a sweet and charming shopping experience, the famous Sunday market has been going on for nearly centuries, evolving with the times. Along with food, artisanal goods are peddled by vendors and craftsman. A place like Kochi serves as a nice escape from larger cities in Japan. 

Kochi is particularly popular with those looking for adventures in the water, as it is home to a medley of traversable rivers. Kayaking is a popular activity to engage in with both the prefecture's rivers and oceans. Diving and ferry rides are also fun adventures, and for those looking for more leisurely activities, a day whale and dolphin watching around the waters of Kochi is very popular and fun for the whole family. 

Kochi Castle, Kochi Prefecture

Kochi Castle in Kochi Prefecture



Kagawa Prefecture

Kagawa Prefecture, the smallest prefecture in Japan, is home to Shodoshima, an inlet island with an array of unique features to attract travelers from all over. It was the first area in Japan to successfully grow olives, and has thus been nicknamed "Olive Island." In fact, much of the fame of Shodoshima is due to its gastronomic contributions, also well-renowned for its famous soy sauce breweries. Just like much of Shikoku, the natural attractions of Shodoshima are a major draw, and a fun presence for everyone are the wild monkeys that call Shodoshima home. 

In addition, Kagawa is considered a mecca for those with an appreciation for art. Naoshima Island, right off the coast of takamatsu, is boasts some of the most well-recognized art installations in the world and garners the attention of visitors from all over the world, often times traveling to this area of Japan specifically to see what the island has on display. The most iconic of these installations is that of the spotted pumpkin created by the equally iconic Yayoi Kusama

Famous Artwork on Naoshima Island

Famous Artwork by Yayoi Kusama on Naoshima Island, Kagawa

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Tokushima Prefecture

Tokushima Prefecture is located on the Eastern part of Shikoku and is connected to Honshu via bridge. It is in this prefecture where the Shikoku Henro traditional begins with the visitation of Ryozenji Temple. In fact, more than a quarter of all 88 temples of the Shikoku Henro are located within Tokushima, so those who undergo the pilgrimage will grow very familiar with the area. 

Tokushima, despite being a smaller prefecture in terms of total area, is home to the largest street festival in all of Japan in the form of the Awa Odori Dance Festival that takes place in August. Over millions of people, both within the prefecture and who travel from other parts of Japan and the world, attend and participate in the festival every year. 

The area of Naruto in Tokushima is home to a number of natural whirlpools in the surrounding waters. Sight-seeing boats bring those who travel out onto the water for one of the most unique natural experiences to be had within Japan.

Awa Odori Dancer, Tokushima

Awa Odori Dancer, Tokushima Prefecture


Ehime Prefecture



Finally, Ehime Prefecture is located on the part of Shikoku Island that rests right below Hiroshima.  This prefecture is a paradise for those who love the outdoors. One of the most popular reasons for travel to Ehime is that of its cycling routes. There are nearly 30 different cycling routes within the prefecture that visitors can travel on. Definitely an interesting and active alternative to travel via bus or train (though these will all be accessible if necessary via the All Shikoku Pass).

Matsuyama City, the capital of Ehime Prefecture, is a beautiful blend of new and old. Within the city is the famous Matsuyama Castle that is particularly beautiful during the day in Spring time. From here, those who travel to Matsuyama often make a stop at the famous and historic Dogo Onsen, said to be the oldest hot spring in all of Japan. Visitors to the onsen can leisurely enjoy their time in the baths to recover and relax. 

Dogo Onsen in Ehime Prefecture

Dogo Onsen in Ehime Prefecture


Condiciones del Shikoku Pass


  • El vale debe canjearse en un período de 3 meses.
  • Los titulares del pasaporte japonés NO PUEDEN utilizar este pase.
  • Para canjear el vale por el pase, necesitarás tu pasaporte
  • La fecha de activación del pase no puede cambiarse una vez canjeado el pase.  

Lugares para canjear el vale:

  • Takamatsu Station, JR Shikoku ticket office, todos los días de 4:20 a 23
  • Matsuyama Station, JR Shikoku ticket office, todos los días de 4:50 a 23:20
  • Tokushima Station, JR Shikoku ticket office, todos los días de 4:30 a 20:30
  • Kochi Station, JR Shikoku ticket office, todos los días de 4:30 a 23
  • Warp Takamatsu, JR Shikoku Travel Center, entre semana de 10 a 18, hasta las 17:00 los fines de semana
  • Warp Matsuyama, JR Shikoku Travel Center, entre semana de 10 a 18, hasta las 17:00 los fines de semana
  • Warp Tokushima, JR Shikoku Travel Center, todos los días de 10 a 18
  • Warp Kochi, JR Shikoku Travel Center, entre semana de 10 a 18, hasta las 17:00 los fines de semana
  • Warp Umeda (Osaka),  JR Shikoku Travel Center, entre semana de 9:30 a 17:30, cerrado los fines de semana
  • Warp Plaza at Sakaide Station, JR Shikoku Travel Center, entre semana de 10 a 18, sábados de 10 a 14 y 15 a 18, cerrado los domingos


  • Las líneas incluidas en el pase son: JR Shikoku, Tosa Kuroshio Railway, Asa Kaigan Railway, Kotoden, Iyotetsu, Tosaden. 
  • El pase no es válido para el Sunrise Seto ni los autobuses. 


  • No hay cargos adicionales para la reserva de asientos.
  • Hay un cargo adicional para viajar en primera clase (green class). 
  • Los vagones donde los asientos son no-reservados tienen libre acceso. 
  • Para reservar asientos ve a la taquilla JR o pregunta al personal del JR.
  • Para tener acceso a los andenes muestra tu pase y / o tu boleto de reserva de asiento a los agentes que están en las puertas de los andenes. 
  • Es un pase nominativo. Lleva tu pasaporte, el personal de la estación puede pedírtelo.


  • El vale se puede reembolsar en un período de un año
  • El vale puede ser reembolsado sólo si no se ha canjeado. 
  • Será retenida una tasa de cancelación de 15% del valor del pase. 
  • No es posible reembolsar vales expirados.
  • No hay reembolso o canje para pases perdidos o dañados. 



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