Enjoy your trip with just a smartphone!For your spiritual journey to Kumano!Enjoy your trip with just a smartphone!For your spiritual journey to Kumano!

Implementation period 2022 09.27[Tue]-11.30[Wed]Implementation period 2022 09.27[Tue]-11.30[Wed]

Use a KiiPass Kumano to enjoy touring Kumano in a smarter way!Use a KiiPass Kumano to enjoy touring Kumano in a smarter way!

KiiPass Kumano is a digital ticket that you can use in the Kumano area, home to Kumano Sanzan, the three grand shrines of Kumano and Nachisan Seiganto-ji Temple.
You can choose how you want to use it depending on your trip.
For example, you can walk in Kumano Kodo, travel to hot springs, and enjoy sightseeing in Shirahama.
It is easy to purchase tickets on your smartphone, so there is no hassle of lining up at the ticket office on the day of travel.
Use KiiPass Kumano to travel around the World Heritage Sites of Kumano in a smarter and smoother way!

Available Tickets

Bus Tickets
Bus Tickets

You can purchase a variety of bus tickets such as the Pilgrimage Bus that connects the World Heritage Sites of Koyasan and Kumano, as well as convenient route buses, sightseeing buses, and one-day-passes for visiting Kumano Sanzan, walking Kumano Kodo, and sightseeing in hot springs.

Tourist Attraction Tickets
Tourist Attraction Tickets

You can purchase admission tickets for various attractions in the Kumano area, including the Kumano Nachi Taisha Grand Shrine Treasure Museum, the viewpoint of Nachi falls, tourist attractions and museums in Shirahama, and various hot springs.

Activity Tickets
Activity Tickets

You can purchase tickets to rent a bicycle—a convenient way to explore—try on Heian period costumes, take a river boat, travel to the Ki no Matsushima islands, as well as other products that will allow you to enjoy the sightseeing attractions of each area.

Included when you purchase
one of the tickets described above!
Coupons
(restaurants,
souvenir shops, etc.)

When you purchase one of the tickets described above, you will receive a set of coupons that you can use in the Kumano area at participating retailers and restaurants.

When you purchase one of the tickets described above, you will receive a set of coupons that you can use in the Kumano area at participating retailers and restaurants.

Things to Do and See

Nachikatsuura (Daimon-zaka Slope)

Nachikatsuura
(Daimon-zaka Slope)

Daimon-zaka Slope is approximately 640 meters long and leads to the sacred site of Nachi-san Mountain. It has been a pilgrimage route for over 1,000 years. As you walk, you can soak up the atmosphere of Kumano Kodo, including the ancient cedars, which are over 800 years old.

Hongu, Tanabe(Oyunohara)

Hongu,Tanabe
(Oyunohara)

Former site of the Kumano Hongu Taisha Grand Shrine. In the Middle Ages, pilgrims visiting the three shrines of Kumano, which had become a popular activity even among common people, headed to Oyunohara first. At the entrance, a 34-meter torii gate rises as a symbol of this once magnificent site.

Shingu (Kumano river boat cruise)

Shingu
(Kumano river boat cruise)

This river boat was used by the Imperial family to travel to the Kumano Hayatama Taisha Grand Shrine after saying prayers at the Kumano Hongu Taisha Grand Shrine. You can still take a wooden boat on the 90-minute journey to relive the experience of Heian period pilgrims. Enjoy listening to stories about Kumano as you take in the views from the boat and soak up the history and tales of ancient times.

Shirahama(Engetsu Island)

Shirahama
(Engetsu Island)

Engetsu Island is a famous symbol of Shirahama. The official name is Takashima Island. but it is affectionately called as Engetsu (Full moon) Island because of the circular moon-shaped sea cave at the center of the island. Sunsets are exceptionally beautiful in this area.

Tourist Information for
the Kumano Area

Areas Covered

Other Transportation
to/in Kumano

  

Railways

JR West Japan online reservation
  

Ultra-compact electric vehicle sharing

Contact us

Mail :kiipass_info@geo-nti.co.jp

073-407-0008

Business hours :Weekdays/Weekends/Holidays:
9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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