On March 14 2015, the Hokuriku Shinkansen Line opened as an extension of the Nagano Shinkansen Line, directly connecting Tokyo with Kanazawa.
The areas along the Shinkansen Line are famous for their tourism resources, such as nature, history, culture, food and hospitality. It is no exaggeration to say that you will find all of Japan’s attractive features there.
An unlimited-ride wide-area travel pass for visitors from overseas
This discount pass allows the holder to use the Hokuriku Shinkansen, limited express trains, and other trains from Kansai, Narita, and Haneda Airports to the Hokuriku region. Valid for 7 consecutive days. Pass holders are also entitled to discounts on tourism facilities, buses and trains in the Hokuriku region, and other benefits.