Tokyo Airport Transfers

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Feedback for airport transfer from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Shinjuku Train Station

Perfect service Perfect pickup and drive to our hotel, although I didn’t seem able to select/find our hotel in the booking so I added the requested drop off in the additional comments.
All worked well!
Malcolm Derrick - Tokyo

Feedback for airport transfer from Tokyo Narita Airport to Tokyo Haneda Airport

Awesome service! The driver was very professional and established contact with us ahead of time. The transfer was smooth and directly to our hotel.
Highly recommended going with the 5 passenger van for more than 1 person
Smith - Tokyo

Feedback for airport transfer from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Narita City Centre

Perfect pick up. Easy going Good communication. Easy pick up details.
Vincent - Belgium

Feedback for airport transfer from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Tokyo Narita Airport

JDL Airport transit The service and ease of connecting was excellent. I would use this service again. It is reasonably priced. We used service to switch airports in Tokyo.
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Feedback for airport transfer from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Tokyo Narita Airport

We were trying to get to Narita airport from Haneda with a short layover time. Despite our arrival flight coming in delayed, and a storm in progress, the driver did her best in getting us there timely and we made our transit flight. Very pleased.

Feedback for airport transfer from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Tokyo Narita Airport

My driver, Lee, was very kind, helpful, accommodating, and professional. He made the experience stress-free.
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Tokyo Airport Transfer Service

Tokyo is one of the most densely populated cities in the world with 42 million residents, including the Greater Tokyo area. Such a large city has numerous places to visit, from skyscrapers and historic temples to cherry blossom gardens. Among the most popular attractions are the temples of Auka, Meiji Shrine and the Imperial Palace. For spectacular aerial views, visit the World Trade Center Building.

Tokyo transportation

Public transportation in Greater Tokyo includes an extensive mass network system of trains (900 stations), metro (13 lines), monorails, buses and electric trams. The metro Yamanote circle serves Central Tokyo, while trains run to different destinations in the Greater Tokyo area. Each transportation mode is operated by several different companies, at different rates. However, this creates confusion for most visitors, as the maps have no additional details. Avoid using transfers in rush hours, as the train platforms are overcrowded.

National, regional and local train services are available from the busiest stations in Tokyo, the central station, the Shinjuku station and Shinagawa station.

Besides the extensive public transportation, Tokyo taxis are also available. The Tokyo taxi service is pricey and includes a start fee and additional cost per km. A night fare surcharge applies for rides between 22:00 and 5:00.

Renting a car in Tokyo is not recommended due to the unmarked/narrow streets, expensive parking and slow-moving traffic. Car rental services are available online and at the airport.

Travelling from and to Tokyo airports

Two airports serve the city of Tokyo and the surrounding area. The most convenient transit airport for travels to Europe and North America is the main Narita Airport (NRT). Passengers travelling on domestic flights usually use the Haneda Airport (HND).

Narita International Airport (NRT), the largest in Japan, is around 70 km away from Tokyo. Free shuttle buses connect the three terminals.

The most convenient Narita airport transfer options are express trains (JR Narita Express, Narita Sky Access Skyliner, Keisei Electric railway) which depart from Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. If you are travelling with a lot of luggage, you can take the shuttle bus. If you are on a budget, the cheapest transfer option is the Keisei bus, which terminates at the Tokyo station where train connections are available.

Licensed airport taxis have green plates. Tokyo airport taxis with white or yellow plates are not licensed, so it's better to avoid them.

Haneda International (HND) is the second one that serves Greater Tokyo. It operates with two domestic and one international terminal. International flights are scheduled for early in the morning or late at night.

Tokyo Monorail provides the most scenic ride from Haneda Airport. Alternatively, separate Keikyu line is available to reach Shinagawa and Yokohama.

If you arrive in Tokyo on an early or late flight, there are no trains, monorails nor shuttle buses available. The most convenient way to reach your accommodation is by Tokyo airport taxi.

Booking a private airport transfer in advance

Tokyo is known to have the most crowded public transportation during rush hour. To stay away from crowds, book a private airport transfer with us.

We offer fixed, all-inclusive rates, including flight monitoring and meet and greet service. The English-speaking driver will meet you at the Arrival Hall and take you directly to your accommodation.

The latest prices for a private taxi from Narita to Tokyo ,as well as, for taxi transfers from Haneda International to Tokyo are on the link. We also offer transfers from Hakone, Karuizuwa, Nagano and Yokohama.

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Alternative Booking Method

Please select a destination from the list to set it as pick up point. We will ask you to choose a drop-off point at the next step. This booking method is an alternative way to make a booking if you prefer selecting destinations instead of searching.