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Tokyo to Chiba

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Tokyo to Chiba

As a popular tourist destination, Chiba is an important port in the Kanto region. Yoro Keikoku, Kujukuri Beach, Chiba Port Park, Chiba Prefecture Makuhari Seaside Park are some of the most popular tourist attractions. Narita International Airport is located in Narita City in Chiba Prefecture. The transportation from between the airport and Tokyo city is very convenient. A door to door car rental service with driver is probably the best option, and we recommend booking a service in advance. We provide different car types to meet your need: 7 seats van, 10 seats van, 14 seats van, and 20 seats coaster bus. Our private transfer service has professional and friendly drivers. For the details of prices, please visit: Tokyo Chauffeur Services.



Chiba Private Chauffeurs/Private Tours
Our company provides safe and affordable private chauffeur services for foreign visitors. Some of your private drivers can speak basic English, and will escort you to Chiba from Tokyo. Whether you are going to Chiba from Narita Airports or a hotel in Tokyo, private transfer is the most convenient and affordable way. For more information, please contact our Japan limousine service specialists.

What to See in Chiba
Tokyo Disneyland: Tokyo Disneyland is known as the number one amusement park in Asia. The park is subdivided into 7 areas: World Bazaar, Adventure Paradise, Western Paradise, New Biological Area, Dreamland, Cartoon City and Future Paradise. There are 35 performances throughout the park, including makeup shows and parade.

Tokyo DisneySea: is the first Disney theme park featuring legends on the sea. There are total of seven harbors, in which guests find various entertainment facilities, shows, and restaurants in exotic style. Additional to the games, the park presents amazing shows, and Fantasmic is among the best.

Chiba Port Tower: Chiba Port Tower has an observatory deck at 113 meters above the ground. At the observatory deck, visitors can have a panoramic view of the busy Chiba city, Makuhari, Chiba Marine Stadium, and even Mt.Fuji on clear days.

Makuhari Messe: Makuhari Messe is a gigantic convention center hosting large-scale events such as exhibitions, conferences, sport competitions, and concerts. Every year in May during the Golden Week, Makuhari Messe hosts the largest free market in the country. Numerous merchandises are displayed in the venue, attracting many visitors around the world.

Naritasan Shinshoji Temple: the courtyard is full of new buildings and ancient structures. The cherry blossoms, rattan flowers, hydrangeas, and other plants add to the elegancy of the temple.  Additional to the historical museum and Buddhist library, the temple has five cultural heritages recognized by the Japan government. It is the second most important worship temple, after Meiji Jingu, where people pray for good year every January.



Kamogawa Sea World: A famous aquarium in Japan, Kamogawa Sea World is a popular tourist attraction in the Chiba Prefecture.  Kamogawa Sea World displays a lot of marine animals and commits to research and protection on marine life.  Te aquarium is also the first to breed orcas.  The orcas performances invite a lot of tourists around the world.

Kujukuri Beach: is the second longest beach in Japan. It is also one of the best swimming and surfing resorts. With clear water and smooth sand, the beach always captivates visitors with games and water activity.

Yoro Keikoku: is known for its natural scenery. The most famous spot is the Awamata-no-taki Falls, also called the mirage waterfalls. With a width of 30 m and a length of 100 m, it is the largest water fall in Chiba and wins a lot of applause from visitors. Yoro Keikoku also offers high quality onsen, where guests can fish, camp, and picnic.

Chiba Marine Stadium: is a professional baseball field located in Makuhari New City of Chiba Prefecture. Also named after the well-known clothing company ZOZO as ZOZO Marine Stadium, it is also the home of Chiba Lotte Marines.

Kominato Tetsudo: Kominato Tetsudo is famous for the gorgeous rapeseed field in spring. You can take the Kominato Tetsudo, which has over a hundred year of history, through the golden field. The beautiful landscape attracts countless of photographers every year.

Naritasan Park: Naritasan Park is a popular maple leaves viewing spot. From 12 Nov – 27 Nov, the Naritasan Park hosts tea ceremony, during which you can enjoy viewing maple leaves as well as green mosses.




How to Get to Chiba
You can take the JR Sobu Main Line from Tokyo Station to Chiba Station, and the ride takes about 40 minutes. Alternatively, you can take the Keisei Main Line depart from Ueno station to Keisei-Tsudanuma Station, and then transfer on the Chiba Line to Chiba Station. One way trip takes about an hour. If you are leaving from Narita Airport, you can use the JR Narita Line (Fast) to Chiba Station, and the ride is about 45 minutes.

Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • How far is it from Tokyo to Chiba?
    Chiba is about 40Km from Tokyo. Because Narita airport is located in Chiba, the transportation form Narita airport to Tokyo city center is very convenient. It takes about an hour using JR train. A door to door car rental service with driver is probably the best option.
  • Do you provide private transfer service from Tokyo to Chiba?
    We provide different car types to meet your need: 7-seats van, 10-seats van, 14-seats van, and 20 seats coaster bus. Our private transfer service has professional and friendly drivers. If you reserve in advance, we can arrange a driver who speaks simple English.
  • What attractions are worth visiting in Chiba?
    Chiba is filled with tourist attractions: Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, Chiba Port Tower, Makuhari Messe, Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, Kamogawa Sea World, and Kujukuri Beach are all worth visiting.
  • What is the best place for seeing maple leaves in Chiba?
    Yoro Keikoku is known for its natural scenery, and it is a great place to see maple leaves in fall. The most famous spot is the Awamata-no-taki Falls, the longest waterfall in Chiba. Naritasan Park is another popular maple leaves viewing spot. From 12 Nov-27 Nov, the Naritasan Park hosts tea ceremony.
  • What to do in Chiba during spring?
    Kominato Tetsudo is famous for the gorgeous rapeseed field in spring. You can take the Kominato Tetsudo, which has over a hundred year of history, through the golden field. You can also enjoy the flowers at Naritasan Shinshoji Temple.
  • What to do in Chiba during summer?
    Kujukuri Beach is one of the best swimming and surfing resorts. With clear water and smooth sand, the beach always captivates visitors with games and water activity.
  • What is the best place for night view in Chiba?
    Chiba Port Tower has an observatory deck at 113 meters above the ground. At the observatory deck, visitors can have a panoramic view of the busy Chiba city, Makuhari, Chiba Marine Stadium, and even Mt.Fuji on clear days.
  • How to get to Chiba from Tokyo by public transportation?
    You can take the JR Sobu Main Line from Tokyo Station to Chiba Station. Alternatively, you can take the Keisei Main Line depart from Ueno station to Keisei-Tsudanuma Station, and then transfer on the Chiba Line to Chiba Station. If you are leaving from Narita Airport, you can use the JR Narita Line (Fast) to Chiba Station.
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