Getting There Fast And Easy
How to get to Disneyland Japan without knowing any Japanese? Yes, there’s a way, and this page takes you through…
Arriving straight from the Airport?
Here’s how to do it…
From Narita Airport To Disneyland Japan
If you decide to come straight from Narita airport – there is a Limo Bus that runs frequently, and will take you straight to the Disney Resort.
Tickets for the Limo bus can be bought at the counter which is right after you pick your luggage.
The buses drive straight to Disneyland and take about 60 minutes to get there.
If you’d like to stay for a few nights at the Disney Resort itself, Tokyo Disneyland Hotels are a good option.
From Tokyo City To Japan Disneyland
The other option is to stay in a Hotel in the city and take the train to Disneyland resort in the morning.
Luckily Disneyland Japan is only a 20 min ride from Tokyo.
Commuting to Disney Resort is easy. You’ll find a train at Tokyo Station.
The line that goes to Disney resort is the JR Keiyo Line elevated train.
Maihama is the stop that serves Disneyland Resort.
From JR Tokyo Station, you can take pretty much any Keiyo Line since they all stop at Maihama Station.
If you take a ‘Local’ train, Maihama will be the sixth stop, if you take a ‘Rapid’ train, it will be the third stop.
In order to ride the JR Keiyo Line you need a JR ticket.
If you don’t already have one, buy it from the ticket vending machines before entering the Keiyo Line.
Usually there will be lots of families and school kids on the train, all getting off at Maihama. That will be a good sign if you’re feeling unsure as to where the stop is.
On the way back just make sure you’re getting on a train going to Tokyo Station. It’s the last stop, so you can’t go wrong there.
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