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Narita Airport : Easily Accessible Tourist Destinations


2019.01.29

NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITOR

Easily Accessible Tourist Spots from Narita Airport

For most international travelers visiting Japan, their first port of call is the Narita International Airport, which is the largest airport serving Tokyo.
While trying to plan your holiday, you might be wondering about the best way of accessing various destinations and sights in Tokyo (and beyond) directly from the airport.

In this guide, we’ll share information about recommended transportation options and excursions from Narita International Airport, including the price of fares for trains, limousine buses and domestic flights.
Whether you want to visit Tokyo Disneyland, hike to the peak of Mt. Fuji or travel to Hokkaido and Okinawa, we’ve got you covered.

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    Access from Narita International Airport to Other Districts by Flight

    JAL /ANA

    JAL /ANA

    If you’re flying through Narita International Airport en route to another Japanese destination, there are plenty of domestic flights available throughout the day.
    JAL flies direct to major cities in Hokkaido, Osaka, Hiroshima, Nagoya, Fukuoka and Okinawa, etc. while ANA flies to many of these destinations, as well as Hiroshima.

    Both airlines offer discounted prices on select flight routes for foreigners visiting Japan, with JAL offering the “Japan Explorer Pass” and ANA the“Experience Japan Pass”. You must have an international flight ticket booked from outside of Japan and reservations must be made at least three days before departure.

    Jetstar Japan

    Jetstar Japan

    If you prefer to fly with a Low-Cost Carrier, Jetstar Japan flies to Hokkaido, Osaka, Fukuoka, Kagoshima and Okinawa, etc. while Vanilla Air has regularly scheduled flights to Hokkaido and Okinawa.
    Peach is another Japanese airline offering low fares, with domestic flight services to Osaka and Fukuoka.

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    Easily Accessible Destinations from Narita International Airport by Bus

    Easily Accessible Destinations from Narita International Airport by Bus

    Easily Accessible Destinations from Narita International Airport by Bus

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    1.Tokyo Disney Resort

    Tokyo Disneyland

    Tokyo Disneyland

    If you want to visit Tokyo Disney Resort such as (Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disneysea) ,there are direct limousine buses departing from the 1F floor of Terminals 1, 2 and 3 of Narita International Airport.
    The journey takes around an hour and costs 1,800 JPY, with tickets available for purchase at the sales counter in the arrivals lobby.
    Limousine Bus :https://www.limousinebus.co.jp/en/areas/detail/nrt/tdr/dep

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    2.Mt. Fuji

    Mt. Fuji

    Mt. Fuji

    Those wanting to access Mt. Fuji directly from the Narita International Airport can jump aboard one of the various buses that depart daily from the 1F floor of Terminals 1, 2 and 3.
    You can purchase tickets online, by phone or at the sales counter in the arrivals lobby, with the journey taking around three hours and costing around 4,500 JPY.
    For more on Mt. Fuji, please see our guide here: Camping Around Mount Fuji
    Keisei Bus :http://www.keiseibus.co.jp
    (Please change to English translation after opening the site.)

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    3.Kyoto,Osaka and Universal Studios Japan

    Kyoto

    Kyoto

    Travelers heading to Kyoto, Osaka or Universal Studios Japan can either take a domestic flight to Kansai International Airport or make the 9-10 hour journey by overnight bus.
    Only one bus departs each evening from Narita International Airport (1F floor of Terminals 1, 2 and 3), with the journey costing 8,000-9,000 JPY.
    Tickets can be purchased at the sales counter in the arrivals lobby, online or by telephone.
    For more on Kyoto, please see our guide here: Five places to see fall colors in Kyoto
    Chiba Kotsu :http://www.chibakotsu.co.jp/en/kousoku/ya-nanba.html

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    4.Nikko

    Nikko

    Nikko

    If you’re traveling to Nikko, there are three buses per day from the Narita International Airport, with the journey taking three hours and costing around 4,500 JPY. Tickets can be purchased at the sales counter in the arrivals lobby, with no web reservations possible.
    For more on Nikko, please see our guide here: Tochigi Prefecture Overview
    Chiba Kotsu :http://www.chibakotsu.co.jp/en/kousoku/marronnier.html

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    5. Niigata, Kanazawa

    Niigata

    Niigata

    Niigata and Kanazawa can also be accessed by late-night buses but you must reserve tickets either online or by phone in advance.
    The trip takes 10 to 12 hours and costs 6,000 JPY, with only one bus departing each day. While buses to these destinations take a lot longer when compared to flying, they are a more economical option.
    For more on Niigata, please see our guide here: Guide to Niigata
    Willer Express: http://willerexpress.com/en/area/niigata/narita-airport-niigata/

    While traveling by bus takes more time than flying, it’s an affordable alternative to try if you have time. Bus is also the most convenient way of accessing closer destinations, such as Tokyo Disneyland and Mt. Fuji.

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    Limousine Bus and Train Ticket Packages from Narita International Airport

    Limousine Bus and Train Ticket Packages from Narita International Airport

    Limousine Bus and Train Ticket Packages from Narita International Airport

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    1.Hakone

    Hakone

    Hakone

    If you’re interested to travel to the hot spring resorts of Hakone, you should consider purchasing the Limousine and Hakone Freepass package.
    It includes a one-way ticket from Narita International Airport to downtown Tokyo, as well as a two-day Hakone Freepass.
    This includes a round-trip ticket on the Odakyu Line and access to different transportation systems in Hakone, as well as discounted prices for many of the area’s most popular sightseeing destinations.
    Tickets cost 7,740 JPY and can be purchased at counters inside Terminals 1, 2 and 3, with limousine bus departures from 1F.
    For more on Hakone, please see our guide here: Hakone Onsen: Preserving the Past, Enriching the Present

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    2.Mt. Fuji

    Mt. Fuji

    Mt. Fuji

    Alternatively, you can purchase a Mt. Fuji limousine bus package that includes a one-way ticket from Narita International Airport to downtown Tokyo, as well as one-way transport from Tokyo Station to Mt. Fuji.
    Tickets cost 4,100 JPY and can be purchased from ticket counters inside the terminals.

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    3.Karuizawa

    Karuizawa

    Karuizawa

    A similar package is available for the mountain resort of Karuizawa, with one-way transport included from Narita International Airport to Tokyo, then on to Karuizawa.
    Packages for Karuizawa cost 4,900 JPY and can be purchased from ticket counters inside the terminals.
    For more on Karuizawa, please see our guide here: Where to Go in Karuizawa

    These packages offer a considerable saving of
    800 JPY off the normal price of visiting these destinations.

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    Tokyo Tourist Spots that can be Accessed Directly by Train or Bus

    Tokyo Tourist Spots that can be Accessed Directly by Train or Bus

    Tokyo Tourist Spots that can be Accessed Directly by Train or Bus

    If you’ve just got a few hours to spare or want to travel directly to particular Tokyo destinations from the Narita International Airport, there are some trains and buses that will get you there.

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    1.Tokyo SkyTree, Haneda International Airport

    Tokyo SkyTree

    Tokyo SkyTree

    Haneda International Airport

    Haneda International Airport

    For the Tokyo SkyTree, you can take the Access Express on the Keisei Electric Railway and get off at Oshiage Station.
    The journey takes around 60 minutes and costs 1,170 JPY. If you need to connect with a flight at the Haneda International Airport, you can also take this train directly, with the journey taking around 100 minutes and costing 1,800 JPY.
    For more on Skytree, please see our guide here: Skytree Terrace Tour

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    2. Mt. Takao

    Mt. Takao

    Mt. Takao

    For those wanting to go hiking on Mt. Takao, jump aboard the Narita Express to the JR Takao Station, which takes about 140 minutes and costs 4,620 JPY.
    The JR Takao Station is around two kilometers on foot (or one more station on the Keio Line) from the Takao Yamaguchi Station, which is located at the base of the mountain.
    For more on Mt. Takao, please see our guide here: Mt. Takao Day Hike

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    3.Oedo Onsen Monogatari 大江戸温泉物語

    Oedo Onsen Monogatari  大江戸温泉物語

    Oedo Onsen Monogatari 大江戸温泉物語

    Fancy traveling to the hot spring theme park of Oedo Onsen Monogatari in Odaiba? You can take one of the Highway Bus Tokyo shuttles that depart throughout the day from the Narita International Airport and arrive directly at this Edo-inspired bathhouse. The journey takes around 120 minutes and costs 1,000 JPY.

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