Haneda International Airport

How to get to Tokyo

Haneda International Airport is one of two airports serving the city of Tokyo. This airport is located about 30 minutes south of Tokyo.
Haneda Airport mainly handles domestic flights, but more and more companies such as British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, Air France, ITA Airways, ANA and Qatar Airways are using this airport.

As of 14 March 2020, the International Terminal changed its name to Terminal 3.

Official website of Haneda International Airport

Tokyo Monorail

(520 Yen – 15 minutes)

The Tokyo Monorail connects Haneda Airport to the JR Hamamatsucho station, from where one can take the Yamanote Line or the underground to all parts of Tokyo.

Monorail and Yamanote Line Discount Ticket (540 Yen): this ticket can be purchased on weekends and public holidays. It allows you to take the monorail to Hamamatsucho and then continue to a single stop on the Yamanote Line. To see the exact days when you can buy this ticket, visit this page.

The Japan Rail Pass is valid on the Monorail.

Tokyo Monorail official website


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Keikyu Railways

(330 Yen – 15 minutes)

This train connects the airport with Shinagawa Station in 15 minutes (330 yen). From Shinagawa you can take the Yamanote Line or the Shinkansen to reach the rest of Japan.
Some trains continue to Asakusa (610/650 Yen – 40 minutes).

Welcome! Tokyo Subway Ticket (1400, 1800 and 2100 Yen): allows you to take the train from Haneda to Sengakuji station and the use of all metro lines for 24, 48 or 72 hours. (official page)

Keikyu Railways official website


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Limousine Bus

(from 800 to 1900 Yen – 30 to 80 minutes)

The limousine bus connects the airport to the city’s main hotels and districts.

Airport Limousine website

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(from 4000 to 10000 Yen)

The most expensive means, but it may be necessary to take it for the last flights arriving late in the evening.


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