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Getting to & from Narita
When returning to Tokyo through Narita, several choices are available.
Taxis are astronomical. With your luggage, you can take the airport Limousinebus to major hotels or other Ground Transportation to Tokyo, Ueno, Shinagawa or Yokohama stations. If you have extra baggage and want to take the train, next day delivery to your home or office can easily be arranged for a charge through the delivery services located in the arrival halls.
Depending on your destination location, a short taxi ride might be required from the airport bus or train last station.
Please use this web site to access a digital fare and timetable.
Individual Airport Pick-up and Drop-off Service
An optional airport pickup service is available upon request. The English speaking driver, will welcome you at the arrival lobby with a name sign. Regular size vehicular transportation service starts at 36,750 Yen (accommodates 4 persons).
Narita is located far from central Tokyo and you must allow plenty of time when leaving. There are several ways to depart:
Take the airport Limousinebus from major hotels.
Check in at the Tokyo City Air Terminal (TCAT) at Suitengumae Station in Hakozaki. At TCAT, you can check your bags, get your boarding pass, pay air-port tax and clear Immigration. Please check with your airline as some carriers do not provide this service at TCAT. You then take an airport limousine bus to Narita.
Take the Keisei Skyliner train from Ueno Station off the Ginza line, or the Narita Express train from Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Shinagawa and Yokohama Stations. The ride takes about one hour to Narita.
Drive to the airport and have your car picked up on arrival by an economical, long-term car parking company.
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