Kumamoto City Transportation Bureau Kumamoto City Tram 1 Day Pass / 24-Hour Pass
Kumamoto City Transportation Bureau Kumamoto City Tram 1 Day Pass / 24-Hour Pass

Enjoy Kumamoto City all around!
A good value pass available on mobile now!

Kumamoto City Transportation Bureau Kumamoto City Tram 1 Day Pass / 24-Hour Pass

The more you ride, the more you save.
1-Day Pass, now on mobile!

Unlimited rides on the Kumamoto City Transportation Bureau’s trams for one day or 24 hours! "Kumamoto City Tram 1 Day Pass" and "Kumamoto City Tram 24-Hour Pass" both allow you to ride by just showing your smartphone screen! The more you ride, the more you save. Each one also comes with coupons for discounts that can be used at various facilities in the city! Locals and tourists alike can enjoy Kumamoto City with these convenient digital passes!

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Kumamoto City Tram 1 Day Pass

Kumamoto City Tram 1 Day Pass

Adult¥500 / Children (12 or under)¥250

1 Day Pass1 Day Pass
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This convenient digital pass combines a Kumamoto City Tram 1 Day Pass, which allows unlimited tram rides for one day, and coupons for discounts at various facilities.

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Kumamoto City Tram 24-Hour Pass

Kumamoto City Tram 24-Hour Pass

Adult¥600 / Children (12 or under)¥300

24-Hour Pass24-Hour Pass
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A convenient digital pass that allows you to ride Kumamoto City Trams as many times as you want for 24-hours and enter various facilities at a discounted rate.

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*"Adult" tickets are for junior high school students and older, and "Child" tickets are for elementary school students and younger. However, infants under the age of 1 can ride free. In addition, one infant not yet old enough for school per accompanying adult can ride free.

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Welcome to Kumamoto City!

CITY

Water, greenery and nature abound in Kumamoto City.

Located roughly in the center of Kyushu, Kumamoto City is the third most populous city after Fukuoka and Kitakyushu, and developed around Kumamoto Castle, a world-famous castle. Blessed with abundant natural resources and overflowing with greenery, the Suizenji Jojuen Garden is a perfect example of a relaxing spot for sightseeing in the city. Kumamoto City is also known as the water city due to the wealth of clean groundwater that supplies all of the city’s water. This mineral-rich water gives all of the food grown in the city a delicious and luxurious taste. We hope that you enjoy the history and nature of the city as you try Kumamoto’s gourmet cuisine.

Kumamoto CastleKumamoto Castle
Kumamoto Castle Museum WakuwakuzaKumamoto Castle Museum Wakuwakuza
Suizenji Jojuen GardenSuizenji Jojuen Garden
Karashi Renkon (Lotus Root with Japanese Mustard)Karashi Renkon (Lotus Root with Japanese Mustard)

Kumamoto City has one of the three most famous castles in Japan, Kumamoto Castle (get off at the Kumamoto Castle & City Hall tram stop). Although it was damaged by the Kumamoto Earthquake in 2016, the restoration effort is underway and open for special viewing now. You can only see the reconstruction of this historic site now, so please check it out! Other nearby attractions include the Kumamoto Castle Museum Wakuwakuza, where you can experience the history of Kumamoto virtually, and the “Sakura Pathway,” where you can buy local food and souvenirs. Visitors have been known to get addicted to the spiciness of Kumamoto’s specialty, Karashi Renkon (lotus root with Japanese mustard), and its flavor and spiciness are at their peak when it’s freshly fried! The Momoyama-style Suizenji Jojuen Garden (get off at the Suizenji Park tram stop), which has been designated as a national scenic spot and historic site, is one of the best photo spots in the city. We hope you will enjoy Kumamoto City, a city full of exciting and unique encounters, and feel free to invite a friend!

Kumamoto City Official Guide

OFFICIAL KUMAMOTO TOURISM GUIDE