Haneda Airport is the largest airport in Japan and the 4th largest in the world and welcomes a huge number of tourists every year. You might have been counted as one of them, or you will be counted in the near future. The bonus about travelling to Haneda Airport is that it’s a relatively close distance to Downtown Tokyo. There are many great transport options from Haneda to Tokyo City Centre. 


No matter how crowded the highway is, trains don’t care. Trains punctuality is a great feature that Japan often boasts to the world. 

Keikyu Line

The Airport Limited Express takes you direct to Keikyu Shinagawa Station in just eleven minutes. Also, Keikyu Shinagawa Station is directly connected to JR Shinagawa Station so that it is very easy to transfer to JR line. It costs only ¥410, which is great value! 

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Tokyo Monorail

Costing ¥490, The Tokyo Monorail takes you to Hamamatsu-cho Station, which is connected to JR line and Toei Oedo subway line. Luggage storage space inside the monorail is another good point. From Hamamatsu-cho Station, change to JR Yamanote line and it takes you to JR Tokyo Station by 6 minutes, costing ¥160. 

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The best thing about the bus is its convenience and comfort. No need to worry about where you get off, how many stations left, or more. Wait until the bus stops. To Tokyo Station, it costs ¥930 and takes about an hour.


If you’re carrying too much baggage, then sometimes taxi is the only option for comfort and convenience. It’s the most expensive option for sure, as the average fare is ¥5,500 and it takes about 30 minutes.