Airport Transfer in Tokyo
When traveling to Japan, your flights will most likely arrive and depart from one of Tokyo's two international airports: Narita International Airport (NRT), around 60 kilometers east of Tokyo, and Haneda International Airport (HND), around 20 kilometers south of the capital.
To get to Tokyo's city center, there are a number of different transfer options, and it's essential to choose the one that best suits your needs. By exploring the different transfer options, you can compare the advantages of each mode of transport in terms of travel time, cost, comfort and convenience. Whether you're traveling alone, with family or friends, with or without luggage, discover all the public transport services we offer for this transfer between the airport and central Tokyo.
From express or local trains to limousine buses, shuttles or cabs, discover the solution that suits you best for your airport transfers in Japan.
What airport transfer options from Narita to Tokyo ?
Located 60 kilometers east of central Tokyo, Narita International Airport (NRT) is the furthest of the two airports serving the Japanese capital.
Keisei Narita Skyliner train
The Tokyo Keisei Skyliner is one of the most popular transfer options to central Tokyo from Narita airport. It is a high-speed train offering a comfortable and convenient travel experience. With frequent, regular departures (every 20 minutes) from Terminals 1 and 2/3, it takes just 35 minutes to reach Ueno station. This option is ideal for travelers looking for speed and comfort. The train is equipped with free WiFi, toilets, USB chargers and comfortable amenities. There's also plenty of space for your luggage (no limits on number or size).
Limousine Bus Shuttle
Limousine transfer buses are comfortable coaches that run between Narita (NRT) or Haneda (HND) airports and central Tokyo. This transport service offers a practical solution and is therefore the most economical option for making this journey with complete peace of mind.
Limousine buses are comfortable, with plenty of legroom, and equipped with free air conditioning, toilet, WiFi and USB charger. You can take up to two pieces of luggage per person at no extra charge.
What airport transfer options from Haneda to Tokyo ?
Haneda International Airport (HND) is the closest airport to Tokyo’s city center. Depending on the transfer option and the traffic conditions, travel time goes from as little as 20 minutes to 40 minutes.
Limousine Bus Shuttle
Just as from Narita airport, this Limousine express bus service links the various terminals (1, 2 and 3) at Haneda airport with the city's main stations and tourist attractions. These serve the same destinations, and stop in the Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ginza, Roppongi, Asakusa and Ikebukuro districts, always close to major hotels or train and subway stations (including on the JR Yamanote line).
You can take up to two pieces of luggage per person at no extra charge.
Our Airport Transfer Options in Tokyo
Get from Narita or Haneda airports to Tokyo with these airport transfers!
Did you know that your Japan Rail Pass also gives you access to certain airport transfer options in Tokyo?
For example, the Haneda Monorail, stopping at Hamamatsucho station, as well as the Narita Express stopping at multiple of the main Tokyo stations, are included with your Japan Rail Pass. From there, you can then take local Tokyo lines to get to your accommodation or any final destination of your choice. If you do not have a Japan Rail Pass yet, explore all the advantages it offers outside the Shinkansen bullet train lines below !
All Other Airport Transfer Options in Tokyo
|Airport Transfer||Airport Served||Price||Stops||JR Pass compatible ?|
|Keisei Narita Skyliner Train||Narita||$$||Nippori & Ueno stations||No|
|Limousine Bus||Narita & Haneda||$||Major stations & hotels||No|
|Shared Shuttle||Narita & Haneda||$$$||Anywhere||N/A|
|Taxi/Cab||Narita & Haneda||$$$||Anywhere||N/A|
|Haneda Monorail||Haneda||$||Hamamatsucho station
||Yes (IC card too)|
|Keikyu Line||Haneda||$||JR Yamanote stations||No (but IC card yes)|
|Narita Express||Narita||$$||Tokyo main train stations||Yes (IC card too)|
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