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Haneda Airport to Narita Airport

Tokyo Airports Guide 479
Haneda Airport to Narita Airport
The two most important airports in the capital are Narita Airport and Haneda Airport. They take important roles as the international and domestic transportation hubs in Japan. Haneda Airport is the southeast of central Tokyo, and Narita Airport is in an eastern suburban area, 70 km away from Tokyo station. The distance between the two airports is about 65 kilometers.
Foreign travelers visiting Japan have grown rapidly in recent years, and It is very common for foreign visitors to have to transfer from Haneda Airport to Narita Airport to catch transferring flights. A likely early question is, how to transfer from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport? There are many options of helping you easily travel between the two airports. On this page, we will provide some useful tips you need to know about how to get to Haneda Airport from Narita Airport, including the cheapest and easiest transport options.



Private Transfer between Narita and Haneda
If your party is up to 3 people or carrying large luggage, it might be worth booking a private van or getting a taxi that takes you directly to Narita Airport from Haneda Airport. The taxis or Tokyo private chauffeur are not cheap in Japan, but you can enjoy the convenience of a pick-up service with a professional driver upon your arrival. Your private driver will take a signboard with passenger's name on it. If have a half day or more layover time, we suggest you can take a short tour of the highlights of Tokyo. As a reliable local Limo & Taxi company,
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Airport Limousine Bus
First of all, the Airport Limousine Bus is not the cheapest way, but it is convenience of not having to carry your luggage around. Especially for those who visit Tokyo for the first time, and are not used to board trains in Japan. As it is the non-stop bus which departs every 15 minutes between 6:50 am to 9:20 pm. The transfer takes around 70 minutes depending on the traffic and a one-way ticket costs around 3100 yen. Airport Limousine Bus is good option if you prefer a comfortable journey, as some of buses have free WiFi and toilets. You can book the tickets easily online, or through a ticket machine at Narita Airport and Haneda Airport.



Airport Kaitoku and Access Express
Foreign travelers often confuse between the Airport Kaitoku and the Access Express. Actually, it is the same line operated by two different railway companies, Keikyu and Keisei. If you begin from Haneda Airport, it is called “Airport Kaitoku”. And If you take on the train from Narita Airport, it is called “Access Express”. Airport Kaitoku or JR Access Express is express trains that directly connect these two airports, with trains departing every 40 minutes. The Airport Kaitoku can take you from Haneda Airport to Narita Airport in just 90 minutes, and costs 1760 yen. If you have a JR Pass, Combining the JR Narita Express with the Keikyu line is another option. With this plan, travelers have to travel between two airports by taking Keikyu train and Narita Express train, you need to change trains at Shinagawa station.

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