Trains and highways are the main ways to access Tokyo’s airports, Narita and Haneda. If you’re a first timer to Japan, the expansive train system will certainly be overwhelming, especially after you get off a long flight. Avoid the trains altogether with these options that pick you up from the airport and drop you off in front of your hotel.
Fitting up to eight people, this van service will get you from Haneda Airport to your hotel within the 23 wards of Tokyo. Service is offered 24 hours - just roll out of bed and into the vehicle.
This van service will pick you up at your hotel (within Tokyo’s 23 wards) and drop you off at Haneda Airport. You don’t have to worry about directions or your flight time, service runs for 24 hours and the driver will get you to the airport with plenty of time.
Hiring a private car can get pricey - but it’s definitely worth it if everyone in your group is willing to pay. This one way service fits up to nine people in the van and takes you from Narita to your hotel (within Tokyo’s 23 wards).
The tried and tested airport limousine (hint: it’s a bus, not a stretch limo) is an affordable option for those not looking to be cramped on a rush hour train. Thankfully, there’s wifi on the bus, a relief from a 12 hour Internet-less flight.