How to get from Haneda Airport (HND) to Tokyo
There are four different transfer options to get from Haneda Airport (HND) to Tokyo, by taxi, bus, train or monorail. Your cheapest option is to take the Keikyu Railway train that takes just 13 minutes to reach Shinagawa Station in Tokyo and costs 3.30€ (410 yen) one-way. Another highly affordable option is to take the Tokyo Monorail, which leaves every 5 minutes from Haneda airport, takes just 13 minutes and costs 4€ (490 yen). Choosing to take a Tokyo airport taxi is a highly convenient option as it will take you to the door of your hotel in Tokyo in just 30 minutes, however, it does cost 45€ (5,600 yen). Your final and least convenient option is to take the Limousine bus which takes 45 minutes to reach Tokyo Station and costs 7.50€ (930 yen) one-way.
Comparison of the options
| OPTION|| PRICE|| DURATION|| AVAILABILITY|
| Train|| €8|| 13min|| 05:17–00:10|
| Taxi|| €45|| 30min|| 24/7|
| Bus|| €15|| 45min|| 07:00–22:00|
How to get from Haneda airport to Tokyo by train
Taking the Keikyu Railway train or the Tokyo Monorail is the quickest and cheapest way to get to Toyko. The Keikyu Railway train runs from 05:26 to 00:00 am, costs 3.30€ (410 yen) and will get you to the Shinagawa Station in just 13 minutes. The Tokyo Monorail is slightly more expensive at 4€ (490 yen) per ticket, but it runs more frequently than the train and takes 13 minutes to reach Tokyo's main Hamamatsucho Station.
How much is the train from Haneda airport to Tokyo?
The Tokyo Monorail costs 4€ (490 yen) from Hadena Airport (HDN) to Hamamatsucho Station in the centre of Tokyo. You can purchase your tickets inside the Hadena airport arrivals hall at the automatic machines or from a ticket booth. The Keikyu Railway train costs 3.30€ (410 yen) for a one-way ticket from Hadena airport to the Shinagawa Station in Tokyo. You can purchase your tickets from the ticket counter and automatic machines found just outside of baggage claim in the F2 lobby.
There's a waiting time of up to 12 minutes for the Keikyu Railway train and 5 minutes for the Tokyo Monorail.
The Keikyu Railway train is available from 05:26 to 00:00 am and the Tokyo Monorail is available from 05:17 – 00:10 am.
Where do I get it from?
The Tokyo Monorail ticket barriers are located on the second floor of Hadena Airport International Terminal. You will find them just past the information counter to the left in the main arrivals hall. After scanning your ticket, you will then travel to the third floor to take the monorail. The Keikyu railway line is located in the arrivals hall on the right-hand side, just passed the information desk. You will need to scan your ticket at the barriers and then proceed to the underground railway station.
Taking either the Tokyo Monorail or the Keikyu Railway train from Haneda Airport (HND) is a cheap, quick and highly convenient transfer option. From both the Shinagawa and Hamamatsucho stations you can easily hop on another train and get to your hotel. However, neither the train nor monorail run late at night and they can be slightly difficult to manage with heavy or large luggage items.
Both the Tokyo Monorail and Keikyu Railway train will get you into the heart of Tokyo in 13 minutes. However, the transfer option you choose will depend on which station is closest to you hotel or which has computer trains that run in the direction of your accommodation.
Tokyo Monorail tickets are only valid for the day of purchase.
You must purchase your tickets before you enter the stations as there are ticket barriers.
When travelling on the Keikyu Railway be sure to take the Shinagawa bound train as there is also a southwest train to Yokohama.
How to get from Haneda airport to Tokyo by taxi
Taking a taxi from Haneda airport (HND) to Tokyo is one of the most convenient options, but it's also the most expensive. Taxis at Haneda airport operate 24/7 and have a flat rate fee of 45€ (5,600 yen) during the day and 54.50€ (6,800 yen) at night to the centre of Tokyo. You can expect this journey to take no more than 30 minutes in light to normal traffic.
Taxi fare from Haneda airport to Tokyo
Taxis at Hadena Airport (HDN) have a flat rate fee to the centre of Tokyo, so long as you book an official airport taxi from the ranks inside the airport. The total fee will be 45€ (5,600 yen) during the day but will increase by around 20% to 54.50€ (6,800 yen) during the night hours from 22:00 pm to 05:00 am. This price is available for two different types of taxis, the standard 4 passenger Sedan and the larger 5 passenger wagons. Just note that the wagons sell out quickly.
Although there is public transportation, this transfer option is the only one that will drop you off directly at your hotel door, without you needing to make any changes. In the end, this saves you time and the need to maneuver large luggage items.
If you are traveling with large luggage items or more than 4 people, it may be worth waiting for a Wagon taxi, which costs the same as the standard 4 passenger taxi but can seat 5 people.
Be sure to purchase your taxi ticket from the official rank to secure the set rate fee.
Some drivers may not speak English, so write down your hotel's name and address clearly.
There is a price increase of around 20% at night (22:00 pm to 05:00 am).
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How to get from Haneda airport to Tokyo by bus
Taking the Limousine bus is one of the slowest transfer options, but it's affordable and is the only form of public transport available throughout the night. Tickets cost 7.50€ (930 yen) during the day and 15€ (1,860 yen) for the night bus. The total journey time to Tokyo Station will be around 45 minutes depending on traffic. The Limousine bus makes stops at all the major hotels and stations in Tokyo, so if you're staying in a small hotel or hostel, you will need to check which stop is closest to your accommodation.
How much is the bus from Haneda airport to Tokyo?
The cost of the Limousine bus from Hadena Airport (HDN) will depend on your final destination in Tokyo, but to the central Tokyo Station, it will cost 7.50€ (930 yen) during the day and 15€ (1,860 yen) for the night bus. You can purchase your tickets from the Bus Tickets Sales Counter in Terminal 2F.
There's a waiting time of up to 60 minutes for the Limousine bus
The Limousine bus is available from 07:00 am - 22:00 pm during the day and 00:00 - 04:59 am at night.
Where do I get it from?
You can find the white and orange Limousine bus located outside of the Haneda Airport International Terminal at stop No.1, Terminal 1 at stop No.1 on the first floor or in Terminal 2 at stop No.4 on the first floor.
The airport Limousine bus is the most expensive form of public transport from Haneda Airport (HND) to Tokyo and the slowest, so it's definitely not the most convenient transfer option. However, it is the only public transport that runs during the night and it has ample luggage storage.
If you are looking for a cheaper transfer option but are carrying large luggage items, then the Limousine bus is a great option for you. Below the main cabin there is ample luggage storage and no weight limit per passenger.
You must travel to Terminal 2F to purchase your tickets from the official Bus Ticket Sales counter.
Keep your ticket until the end of your journey as there are random checks.
From Tokyo station you can switch to a train or monorail to reach other parts of Tokyo.