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Shirahama Toku Toku Free Pass for travelers

Shirahama Toku Toku Free Pass for travelers


Shirahama Toku Toku Pass is a transportation pass for use on local busses in Shirahama.  It was developed for all travelers to discover freely and economically areas that were not covered by other passes. It is valid for unlimited bus ride which links from Shirahama station to tourist spots. Shirahama is located on the west coast of the Kii Peninsula across the bay from Tanabe. Using Shirahama Toku Toku Pass, allows you to visit Shirahama beach, Engetsu islet, Sandanbeki cavern and many of sightseeing spots in Shirahama.

Types of Pass
1 Day  Adult:1,000 yen , Child: 500 yen
2 Day  Adult:1,300 yen , Child: 650 yen
2 Day  Adult:1,500 yen , Child: 750 yen
A Child is between 6 and 11.

Sales Locations
Shirahama Tourist Information Center (9:00-17:00)
Shirahama Bus Center (8:30-17:00)
Hukukamedou shop at Nanki Shirahama Airport (9:30-18:00)

Special Discounts for Pass Holders
100 yen off at these tourist facilities
Adventure World, Shirahama Energy Land, Sandanbeki Cavern, Public bathes in Shirahama OnsenShirahama-yu, Murono-yu, Sakino yu (Open air bath)

Bus from Shirahama to Kii-Tanabe and Tsubaki Onsen are not valid in this pass.

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