[76attendees] To JRPass or not

Suresh Krishnan <suresh.krishnan@ericsson.com> Wed, 21 October 2009 21:57 UTC

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Hi Folks,
   I will be flying in and out of Tokyo and take a train to Hiroshima. I 
do not intend to do any other rail travel. The two way Nozomi fare is 
approx 37000 yen and the JR pass is approx 28000 yen. The JR pass is not 
valid on the Nozomi and the fastest Hikari trains take 1 hour more (40 
mins slower + 20 mins change time) each way than the Nozomi. Other than 
this time difference and a train change at Shin Osaka is there anything 
else I need to think about?

Cheers
Suresh