The Hokkaido Rail Pass provides unlimited travel on all JR trains in Hokkaido (except the Hokkaido Shinkansen) and most JR buses on three, five or seven consecutive days or on four days of your choice within a 10-day period.
The JR-West Rail pass provides unlimited travel on all JR trains and buses in Kansai and Chugoku region from 1-day to 7-days duration depending on your travel needs. The cities covered by this pass are Kyōto, Mie, Nara, Ōsaka, Wakayama of Kansai region and Hiroshima, Okayama,Tottori, Yamaguchi of Chugoku region. This pass provides a variety of option depending on areas you plan to visit that makes your purchase worthwhile.
The JR East is a major passenger railway company in Japan and is the largest of the six Japan Railways Group companies. The company's headquarters are in Yoyogi, Shibuya, Tokyo, next to Shinjuku Station. Railway lines of JR East primarily serve the Kanto and Tohoku regions, along with adjacent areas in Koshinetsu region (Niigata, Nagano, Yamanashi) and Shizuoka prefectures.
The All Shikoku Rail Pass is a rail pass for exclusive use by foreign tourists, providing unlimited train travel on Shikoku on a number of consecutive days. It is valid not only on JR trains, but also on the trains and trams of Kotoden, Iyotetsu, Tosaden, Tosa Kuroshio Railway and the Asa Kaigan Railway. Furthermore, it can be used on selected ferries to Shodoshima Island and on buses on Shodoshima.
The JR Central pass provides unlimited travel on all JR trains within Chubu Region (Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Ishikawa, Nagano,
Niigata, Shizuoka, Toyama, Yamanashi) including rides on JR local and limited express trains, Hokuriku Shinkansen and buses along the routes you chose.
The Kyushu Rail Pass by JR Kyushu is a rail pass for exclusive use by foreign visitors to Japan, providing unlimited travel on JR trains on the island of Kyushu (except the Sanyo Shinkansen) for two, three, five or seven consecutive days.