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Christie Ding

Yünnan, Yunnan, China

Best way to get from airport to CBD

What is the best way to get from the Tokyo airport to the Central Business District?  We two people looking for something that's quick and reasonably priced.

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  • Cameron Stark

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    The Narita express (NEx) is the easiest and fastest way to get from NRT to Tokyo. There used to be a pass that combined the NEx with a Suica (public transit card), however I believe it has been discontinued. You may buy the tickets at the JR East office in either Terminal One or Two at NRT. Looking online, it appears there is a discounted pass From NRT to Tokyo (http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/pass/nex_oneway.html for more information) it is ¥1500 ($15.00 USD) JR East also sells a 5 day rail pass and a Tokyo Metropolitan Area pass which may be of interest to you.

    Best wishes on your trip!

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  • Scott Wilkins

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    After you pass through customs and enter the arrival hall, you'll see ticket sales for the airport busses. There are several to choose from. Take the one that goes closest to your hotel and take a taxi the rest of the way. I believe the prices are about $20USD one-way.

    The staff speak decent English and will guide you about which platform to stand on and will assist you with your luggage.

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  • Chieko Matsuo

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    I almost always use Keisei Line. Keisei Skyaccess is also reasonable choice.

    But it depends on your destination. If it's around Tokyo Station, take Keisei Skyliner or Narita Express, then you don't have to transfer with heavy luggage. Tokyo is far from barrier-free town.

    You can check access information of Narita International Airporthere: http://www.narita-airport.jp/en/access/

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  • Mai Suzuki

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    Hi Christie,

    There are 2 ways.

    1. JR East
    If you'd like to go to Big terminal stations, Tokyo Station,Ikebukuro Station,Shinagawa Station, Shinjuku Station, Shibuya Station, use JR East.

    http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/pass/nex_oneway.html#category01


    2. Keisei Skyliner

    This train arrives at Nippori Station, Ueno Station. If you'd like to go to old town YANESEN CENTER, Asakusa and Tokyo Skytree, you should get to Keisei Slyliner.
    http://www.keisei.co.jp/keisei/tetudou/skyliner/us/ae_ticket/index.html

    almost same price!

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    There are 2 airports in the greater Tokyo area, one is Narita International Airport and the other is Haneda Airport. From Narita, the best way is just taking the Tokyo Nex (Narita express) to central Tokyo.

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  • Maurio Guerrero

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    Take the Airport Limousine Bus. It costs around 3,000 JPY ($30 USD) per person. After exiting customs, look for the orange sign that says, "Airport Limousine Bus". It takes about 120 mins to downtown Tokyo. The Narita Express (train) is about the same but you have to transfer at Tokyo station which sucks if you have luggage.

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  • Naomi Sekita

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    First of all,it depends in which airport you are landing.

    From Narita International Airport, you can take bus and train.

    The most reasonable way is BUS. There is a cheap bus from NRT only 900yen to Tokyo station.This is the heart of Tokyo and the biggest terminal in Tokyo.

    But if you want to go to Shinjuku or Shibuya, it is better to use Narita express because it goes to directly to these stations.

    Of course this train goes to Tokyo staion.

    It costs around 3000yen.


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