Tokyo, Japan Airport Information
Narita International Airport (NRT)
Tokyo's principal airport, Narita International Airport, sits about 50 miles east of the city, but is conveniently connected to Tokyo via public bus and rail service. The airport accommodates many international flights and low-budget domestic flights. Airport amenities include a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as art galleries.
Haneda Airport (HND)
Often considered Tokyo's domestic airport, Haneda Airport also serves a number of international destinations, and conveniently sits about 14 miles south of Tokyo. Passengers enjoy a number of shopping, dining, and public transportation options at the airport.
Tokyo, Japan Public Transportation
A number of buses shuttle visitors and residents throughout Tokyo, including Toei buses, which operate on a fixed-fare system. Many of Tokyo's bus companies are privately owned and serve as modes of transportation between the city and airports.
A dense network of rail lines run throughout Tokyo, namely operated by JR Lines. Tokyo Station serves as Tokyo's most central station. The bullet train, more accurately called the Shinkansen, is fast and efficient, and goes to all the major Japanese cities on the main Japanese island of Honshu (where Tokyo resides).
Tokyo's subway network is operated by two companies, the Toei Subway and Tokyo Metro, which together cover central Tokyo along 13 lines. Most of the subway lines meet up with private railway options.
Rental car companies represented at Narita International Airport include Nippon, Nissan, ORIX, Toyota, and Times Car Rental, while those at Haneda Airport include Japaren, Mazda, Nissan, Nippon, and Toyota.
Visitors traveling from Narita International Airport to Tokyo should expect to pay approximately 20,000 yen in taxi fare, while those traveling from Haneda Airport to Tokyo should expect to pay approximately 8,000 yen in taxi fare.