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How To Go To Tokyo From Haneda Airport Or Narita International Airport

23 Oct 2017

Hew Lee Yee

Klook Travel Curator

Haneda Airport transfers for all wallet sizes

Cost per person (JPY) Journey time Frequency
Train 580 - 650 25 - 60 min 15 - 30 min
Bus 1,230 25 - 30 min 20 - 40 min
Private car 2,300 - 3,400 30 - 45 min Immediate
Taxi 7,000 - 11,200 30 - 45 min Varies depending on the queue

(Costs are based on normal operating hours. Late night surcharges may apply for some.)

Haneda Airport is the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Japan and is the fourth busiest airport in the world! However, there’s no need to worry and get caught up in the frenzy. To ensure you have a smooth trip from Haneda Airport to your hotel (and vice versa), pre-book and plan your airport transfers.

Here are the four main modes of transportation you may opt for, depending on your budget and the size of your travelling group. With options ranging from private car transfers to affordable limousine buses and trains, this easy guide will help you decide the best fit for you!

By train

1. Keikyu Railways

One of the train options from Haneda to Tokyo is via the Keikyu Line, which heads in two different directions. You can take it to Yokohama or Shinagawa (which continues into the Asakusa Subway Line on the Airport Express). From either of those destinations, you can easily transfer and take the relevant trains to your desired destination.

Who is it for: Travellers on a budget who don’t mind transfers between stations and the slightly longer journey time. Ideal for those travelling solo or in a small group, with minimal suitcases.

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2. Tokyo Monorail Haneda Airport Line

Another train option from Haneda Airport to Tokyo is via the Tokyo Monorail. The monorail connects the airport to Hamamatsucho Station on the JR Yamanote Line. While the monorail is a private railway, it has also been integrated with the JR Pass. Besides the Japan Rail Pass, the monorail also accepts other prepaid IC cards.

Passes and prepaid cards accepted by Tokyo Monorail: JR Pass, JR Tokyo Wide Pass, JR East Nagano Niigata Area Pass, JR East Tohoku Area Pass, JR East South Hokkaido Pass, Suica card, Pasmo card, and ICOCA card.

Who is it for: Travellers on a budget who don’t mind transfers between stations and the slightly longer journey time. Ideal for those travelling solo or in a small group, with minimal suitcases.

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3. Limousine Bus Between Haneda Airport and Downtown Tokyo

If the Tokyo transportation system seems daunting on the first day of your arrival, you can opt for the limousine bus airport transfer to start with. Travel from the airport to your location without a hassle aboard this safe and affordable limousine bus. With a convenient pick up point and multiple drop off locations, you’ll be able to get to your destination without a worry.

Enjoy smooth transfer as you surf the web with the free Wi-Fi, relax in a comfortable seat with plenty of legroom and arrive at your hotel well-rested and laidback. For a better value for money, make sure to opt for roundtrip tickets!

Who is it for: Travellers looking to travel on a budget and don’t mind the slightly longer journey time. It’s comfortable, affordable, and hassle-free.

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By private car

4. Private Haneda Airport (HND) Transfers for Tokyo

Before landing at Haneda Airport, it would be a great idea to prepare your transfer service in advance. If you're traveling with a big group and heading to Tokyo, then book this private one-way transfer.

The Toyota Alphard limousine that can fit up to 8 people will save you time and effort looking for the ride that can fit your entire group. Aside from that, this will also give you the privacy you need after a long flight.

Who is it for: Those travelling a big group who want to get picked up and dropped off from door-to-door. Convenient and fuss-free, it’s great for families and especially those with toddlers and small children.

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5. Private Haneda International Airport Transfers (HND) for Tokyo, Hakone, or Karuizawa

If you’re heading to Hakone or Karuizawa straight from Haneda Airport, opt for this private airport transfer. Avoid the difficulty of lugging bulky suitcases and hefty price tag with this airport transfer. You can enjoy the same ease and convenience as well if your drop off location is in downtown Tokyo. Depending on what best suits your travelling party, choose between a 7-seater or 10-seater vehicle.

Who is it for: Those travelling in a big group who want to get picked up and dropped off from door-to-door, looking to get to downtown Tokyo, Hakone, or Karuizawa. Convenient and fuss-free, it’s great for families and especially those with toddlers and small children.

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6. Private Haneda International Airport Transfers (HND) for Tokyo (For Urgent Flight)

No need to sacrifice comfort even if you’re a last minute planner! Get this private airport transfer which has instant confirmation and same day booking perks, giving you a flexible travel schedule. Reserve up to 2 cars which can fit up to 9 passengers each and let the driver worry about the rest.

Who is it for: Last-minute planners or those who have urgent flights to catch. It works out to be a great value also for those travelling in a big group within the capacity of the vehicle.

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By taxi

7. Private Haneda Airport Taxi Transfer (HND) for Tokyo

Looking to avoid the uncertain fare of riding a taxi or the hassle of using public transportation? Get from Haneda Airport to any of the city’s many wards (and vice versa) with this private taxi transfer! The transfer is inclusive of fuel, highway fees, and parking fee. Those catching flights or arriving at odd hours won’t need to worry since this taxi transfer runs for 24 hours.

Who is it for: Those travelling in a small group who want the perks of riding a taxi without the unpredictable price tag. It’s also great for those arriving at the wee hours since this taxi transfer runs for 24 hours.

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8. Taxi

Taxis in Japan can be quite expensive and can safely be said to be the most expensive mode of transportation. Since Haneda is closer to Tokyo city compared to Narita Airport, you can expect the fees to be cheaper. At a minimum, it may cost JPY7,000 (= USD63) for a taxi to get from Haneda Airport to Zone A in Tokyo. The further the zones, the more expensive it is.

Do check out more info on the flat-rate fare taxis like the location of the taxi stands, payment methods and more. Keep in mind that late night and early morning fares apply. Expressway tolls and other additional charges incurred are the responsibility of the passenger.

Who is it for: Those looking for the last resort who were unable to catch any of the airport transfers list above and don’t mind forking out the extra cash.

Narita International Airport transfers for all wallet sizes

Cost per person (JPY) Journey time Frequency
Train 2,100 - 2,200 41 min 20 - 40 min
Bus 2,250 - 3,000 95 - 120 min 10 - 40 min
Private car 2,000 - 4,200 60 - 100 min Immediate
Taxi 16,000 - 26,500 60 - 100 min Varies depending on the queue

(Costs are based on normal operating hours. Late night surcharges may apply for some.)

anding at the airport of your holiday destination is filled with excitement and eagerness to leave the airport! To ensure you have a smooth trip from Narita International Airport to your hotel (and vice versa), it’s best to pre-book and plan your airport transfers.

Here are the 4 main modes of transportation you may opt for, depending on your budget and size of the travelling group. With options ranging from private car transfers to affordable limousine buses and trains, this easy guide will help you decide the best fit for you!

By train

1. Tokyo Skyliner

Travel between the airport and Tokyo without the hassle or stress of transfers or congestion aboard the Keisei Skyliner. A top-of-the-range high-speed train, it operates between Narita Airport (Terminals 1, 2 & 3) and Ueno (downtown Tokyo) offering a comfortable and efficient passenger service.

Other combo packages:

Who is it for: Travellers staying in and around downtown Tokyo and/or are on a budget. Fast, comfortable, affordable and convenient, it’s suited for all types of travellers - solo, pairs, or in a group.

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By bus

2. Limousine Bus Between Narita International Airport and Downtown Tokyo

If the Tokyo transportation system seems daunting on the first day of your arrival, you can opt for the limousine bus airport transfer to start with. Travel from the airport to your location without a hassle aboard this safe and affordable limousine bus. With a convenient pick up point and multiple drop off locations, you’ll be able to get to your destination without a worry.

Enjoy smooth transfer as you surf the web, relax in a comfortable seat with plenty of legroom and arrive at your hotel well-rested and laidback. For a better value for money, make sure to opt for roundtrip tickets!

Alternative combo package: Narita Airport (NRT) Limousine Bus & Hakone 2-Day Free Pass Combo Ticket

Who is it for: Travellers looking to travel on a budget and don’t mind the slightly longer journey time. It’s comfortable, affordable, and hassle-free.

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By private car

3. Private Narita Airport (NRT) Transfers for Tokyo

Before landing at Narita Airport, it would be a great idea to prepare your transfer service in advance. If you're traveling with a big group and heading to Tokyo, then book this private one-way transfer.

The Toyota Alphard limousine that can fit up to 8 people will save you time and effort looking for the ride that can fit your entire group. Aside from that, this will also give you the privacy you need after a long flight.

Who is it for: Those travelling in a big group who want to get picked up and dropped off from door-to-door. Convenient and fuss-free, it’s great for families and especially those with toddlers and small children.

View this activity
4. Private Narita International Airport Transfers (NRT) for Tokyo, Hakone, or Karuizawa

If you’re heading to Hakone or Karuizawa straight from the Narita International Airport, opt for this private airport transfer. Avoid the difficulty of lugging bulky suitcases and hefty price tag with this airport transfer. You can enjoy the same ease and convenience as well if your drop off location is in downtown Tokyo. Depending on what best suits your travelling party, choose between a 7-seater or 10-seater vehicle.

Who is it for: Those travelling in a big group who want to get picked up and dropped off from door-to-door, looking to get to downtown Tokyo, Hakone, or Karuizawa. Convenient and fuss-free, it’s great for families and especially those with toddlers and small children.

View this activity
5. Private Narita International Airport Transfers (NRT) for Tokyo (Same Day Booking)

No need to sacrifice comfort even if you’re a last minute planner! Get this private airport transfer which has instant confirmation and same day booking perks, giving you a flexible travel schedule. Reserve up to 2 cars which can fit up to 9 passengers each and let the driver worry about the rest.

Who is it for: Last-minute planners or those who have urgent flights to catch. It works out to be a great value also for those travelling in a big group within the capacity of the vehicle.

View this activity

By taxi

6. Private Narita International Airport Taxi Transfer (NRT) for Tokyo

Looking to avoid the uncertain fare of riding a taxi or the hassle of using public transportation? Get from Narita International Airport to any of the city’s many wards (up to 23) with this private taxi transfer! The transfer is inclusive of fuel, highway fees, and parking fee. Those catching flights or arriving at odd hours won’t need to worry since this taxi transfer runs for 24 hours.

Who is it for: Those travelling in a small group who want the perks of riding a taxi without the unpredictable price tag. It’s also great for those arriving at the wee hours since this taxi transfer runs for 24 hours.

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7. Taxi

Taxis in Japan can be quite expensive and can safely be said to be the most expensive mode of transportation. At a minimum, it may cost JPY16,000 (= USD144) for a taxi to get from Narita International Airport to Zone A in Tokyo. The further the zones, the more expensive it is.

Do check out the Narita Airport website for more info on the location of the taxi stands, fares, and more. Keep in mind that late night and early morning fares apply. Expressway tolls and other additional charges incurred are the responsibility of the passenger.

Who is it for: Those looking for the last resort who were unable to catch any of the airport transfers list above and don’t mind forking out the extra cash.

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