Le Japon en train

Comment voyager en Japon en train : informations, correspondances, blog et rapports de voyage. Aide dans notre forum pour acheter des tickets de train.

Japon: If you want to travel by train in Japan, buy your ticket via the given booking links.
It is also possible to buy your train ticket at a railway station at a ticket machine (English language version available).
Due to the dense and frequent network in Japan, you will always get a seat at short notice as well.

Another good option to travel in Japan by trainthe easy and relaxed way is the Japan Rail Pass.
Achetez le ticket de train dans une gare. Remarque : dans certains pays, vous devrez payer des frais de service en achetant votre ticket au guichet. Le ticket peut être acheté dans une gare du pays de départ, mais aussi parfois dans d'autres pays.

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Informations sur les horaires en ligne, où vous pouvez trouver des correspondances pertinentes et mises à jour.

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JP Japon CN Chine

To travel from Japan to China, there is a direct ferry connection from Osaka (Japan) to Shanghai (China). Both cities are connected to the national railway network.
Another option is to travel first from Japan to Busan (South-Korea) by ferry, cross South Korea by train to Incheon. And take another ferry from Incheon (South Korea) to Qingdao (China), from where you continue by train to your destination in China.

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JP Japon KR Corée du Sud

If you want to travel from Japan to South Korea, you have to include a ferry. Daily ferry connections are available from Shimonoseki (Japan) to Busan (South Korea) and from Sakaiminato (Japan) to Donghae (South Korea). All cities are connected to the national railway networks and easy to reach.

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JP Japon RU Russie

If you want to travel from Japan to Russia, you have to include a ferry for example on the route from Sakaiminato (Japan) to Vladivostok (Russia). Ferry connection once per week with two nights on board.
Both cities, Sakaiminato (Japan) and Vladivostok (Russia), are connected to the national rail network.

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