Leave it to chance where to go. JR Dice Roll Journey 2 days

Starting from JR Osaka Station, participants roll the dice and go to the destination according to the roll. The rules are as follows. Only regular trains (including rapid trains, etc.) are allowed. Limited express and Shinkansen trains are not allowed. Basically, you can pass through the same station no more than twice. Direction is determined by rolling the dice before the junction point. Sightseeing or buying local specialties at the designated destination. 4~6 people per team (decided by lottery) Create a LINE group on the day of the tour and share videos and photos of the dice roll. ☆On the first day, we will make the final destination around 6:00 p.m., and arrange accommodation after consulting with all members. Due to budget constraints, look for lodging under 10,000 yen. Depending on the roll of the dice, we may go to Atami, Hiroshima, Takamatsu, Takayama, or even Tottori. The final destination on the first day is set at a station where it is somewhat easier to find lodging. On the second day, we will not roll the dice, but will consult with the group to decide where to go and what to do. Rules may be added or changed depending on the number of participants. Last year, we used rental bikes and car sharing for sightseeing. Participation fee: 7,000 yen Included in the fee: JR ticket (unlimited ride for 2 days) Not included: Accommodation (about 10,000 yen), meals, sightseeing entrance fee

Meeting place
Near the ticket gate on the 3rd floor of JR Osaka Station
Meeting time
AM 6:40
Day 1
Meet at Osaka Station at 6:40 a.m.


Departure in groups

Lunch and sightseeing somewhere in Japan

Around 6:00 p.m. Find hotel at final destination

Day 2
Decide the destination by consulting with each group

Lunch and sightseeing somewhere in Japan

Dismissal at JR Osaka station around 19:00
Entry fee
15 people
What to bring / clothes
change of clothes

If you apply for the first time, the LINE friend registration page will appear. Please register as a friend and then apply for the course.