Haneda International Tokyo Airport
Tokyo Haneda Airport is one of the International gateways to Japan (the other being Tokyo Airport Narita).
Whether you call it Haneda Airport or Tokyo Airport, one thing is sure: From Tokyo Haneda Airport you can take flights to many destinations in Japan. So its a great airport if you want to connect to a domestic flight.
Since 2010 it has turned into an international Airport too.
Now you can take international flights to Haneda Tokyo Airport.
Haneda is located 50 miles east of Tokyo city.
Haneda Airport Transportation Tips: Airport To Tokyo City-What’s The Best Way To Go?
- The Haneda Airport monorail to Tokyo provides a bird’s-eye view of Tokyo Bay as you travel to Hamamatsucho Station in just 13 minutes.
- Not only is the monorail quick and easy, it’s also eco-friendly, making use of solar energy.
- The Airport Limousine Buses that ride directly to major Tokyo hotels- it’s practically a ‘door to door’ service if you’re staying in one of them.
- No carrying suitcases around. Your luggage is put onto the bus by efficient attendants wearing white gloves. The driver himself will take luggage off the bus straight to the hands of the hotel employees.
- Even if your hotel is not included in the bus route it would be easier than going by train and carrying the suitcases along the never ending corridors of the Tokyo subway
- The Keikyu Rail Line from Haneda to Shinagawa, from there you will have to continue by Tokyo Subway
- Taxis-in one word: expensive. They will also take long during rush hours
Haneda Airport To Narita Airport
Rail and Limousine bus provide ongoing connections between Haneda Airport and Narita Airport.
Facilities In Haneda Airport: Japan Haneda Airport Current Tourist Services
Haneda has all the essential passenger amenities- ATMs, tourist information desks, currency exchange, luggage delivery and storage facilities, free Wi-Fi and tickets to all transportation options discussed earlier on this page.
The Airport also has Japanese phones for rent.
Can you use an overseas cell phone in Japan? In most cases the answer is no, but the system is starting to change now.
Click on this link to learn why your cell phone in Japan might not work.