ANA flights to Tokyo; booking, airline ticket reservations and purchases are available. Flight schedule, airfare, and in-service cities with flights to Tokyo are also introduced. Convenient transport access from Haneda Airport (HND) to Tokyo Station, Shibuya, and Asakusa etc. are also available.


Haneda Airport (HND) to Tokyo city center

Train

■Tokyo Monorail + JR
Haneda Airport International Terminal Station to Hamamatsucho Station to Tokyo Station

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 30 minutes 650 yen
(637 yen with an IC card)
5:18-24:10

■Keikyu Line + JR
Haneda Airport International Terminal Station to Shinagawa Station to Tokyo Station

Time required Fare Operating hours
Approx. 35 minutes 580 yen
(572 yen with an IC card)
Keikyu: Mon. to Fri. 5:26-24:23 (bound for Keikyu Kamata)
Sat., Sun., holidays: 5:26-24:02 (bound for Shinagawa)

Highway bus

Haneda Airport International Terminal to Tokyo Station
■Airport Transport Service

Time required Fare Operating hours
About 25-45 min.
(depending on traffic conditions)
930 yen 8:10-late night 2:00
(late night and early morning fares apply)

■Keihin Kyuko Bus (Haneda Airport Express)

Time required Fare Operating hours
About 25-45 min.
(depending on traffic conditions)
930 yen 8:10-19:50

Haneda Airport International Terminal to Shinjuku Station West Gate
■Airport Transport Service

Time required Fare Operating hours
About 35-75 min.
(depending on traffic conditions)
1,230 yen 5:45- late night 2:20
(late night and early morning fares apply)

Haneda Airport International Terminal to Shibuya Station (Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu)
■Airport Transport Service

Time required Fare Operating hours
About 40-50 min.
(depending on traffic conditions)
1,030 yen 5:45- late night 2:20
(late night and early morning fares apply)

Haneda Airport International Terminal to Shibuya Station (West Gate)
■Keihin Kyuko Bus (Haneda Airport Express)

Time required Fare Operating hours
About 40-50 min.
(depending on traffic conditions)
1,030 yen 5:45-0:15

Taxi

[Pickup location] First floor of each terminal (arrival lobby)

Haneda Airport International Terminal to Tokyo Station
■Nihon Kotsu Co.

Fare Operating hours
Regular (5:00 to 22:00): 5,900 yen
Late night or early morning (22:00 to 5:00 the next day): 7,100 yen
24 hours

■km Taxi

Fare Operating hours
Regular (5:00 to 22:00): 5,900 yen
Late night or early morning (22:00 to 5:00 the next day): 7,100 yen
24 hours

Haneda Airport International Terminal to Shinjuku Station
■Nihon Kotsu Co.

Fare Operating hours
Regular (5:00 to 22:00): 7,100 yen
Late night or early morning (22:00 to 5:00 the next day): 8,500 yen
24 hours

■km Taxi

Fare Operating hours
Regular (5:00 to 22:00): 6,800 yen
Late night or early morning (22:00 to 5:00 the next day): 8,200 yen
24 hours

Haneda Airport International Terminal to Shibuya Station
■Nihon Kotsu Co.

Fare Operating hours
Regular (5:00 to 22:00): 6,400 yen
Late night or early morning (22:00 to 5:00 the next day): 7,600 yen
24 hours

■km Taxi

Fare Operating hours
Regular (5:00 to 22:00): 6,400 yen
Late night or early morning (22:00 to 5:00 the next day): 7,600 yen
24 hours

City Information

Tokyo is the capital of Japan, with a population of 13,648,731 (as of March 1, 2017), and is the most highly populated metropolis in the country. It is in roughly the center of the Japanese archipelago and has an area of 2,187 km2, making it the third smallest prefecture in the country. It is a long shape, spreading out to the east and west, with Shinjuku, Shibuya, and other wards packed with corporate and commercial buildings in the east, creating one of the most cutting-edge urban areas in the world. In contrast, the Tama area in the west that is conveniently accessed by only an hour-long train ride from the center of Tokyo, has been developed as a commuter town. Okutama retains a lush natural environment with mountains and lakes. The Izu Islands (such as Oshima, Niijima, and Shikinejima) floating on the Pacific Ocean are also a part of Tokyo. The Ogasawara Islands that were registered as a UNESCO world natural heritage site in June 2011 are also in Tokyo and have a distinctive ecosystem and culture.

The best sightseeing spot in Tokyo that is both appealing as a leading edge metropolis and brings you close to rich nature with mountains and islands is Tokyo Skytree. It is 634 meters tall and is the world's tallest free-standing broadcasting tower. The observation deck at 450 m is a glass-covered skywalk that lets you walk up to a point that is 452.2 m above ground. The view overlooking the city from the highest point in Japan is absolutely stunning. The area around Skytree also includes Asakusa landmarked by the 1400-year-old Sensoji Shrine and gives a sense of both state-of-the-artTokyo and Tokyo of older times. Shibuya that is a hub for youth culture is lined with shops and department stores and is always packed excitedly with shoppers in their teens and twenties. The pedestrian scramble often seen in movies and TV dramas is located just outside JR Shibuya Station. Akihabara is considered sacred ground for anime and manga comics that are the most famous parts of Japanese pop culture. It has tons of shops selling anime videos and comic books as well as celebrity merchandise shops, maid cafés, and more.

One essential joy of Tokyo with all its great entertainment is the food. You can enjoy everything from fine dining to inexpensive yet delicious and hearty "B-grade" cuisine. Ramen noodles that are well-loved by Japanese people are also a favorite of overseas visitors. There are many famous restaurants in the 'ramen battleground' scattered throughout Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, and other places, and popular ramen noodle restaurants have long lineups every day. There is also a variety of flavors and styles, such as soy sauce, pork bone broth, miso, and dipped noodles, so it is best to find your favorite style. Monjayaki is also popular as a downtown Tokyo dish. A flour-based batter is seasoned with sauce and other ingredients and cabbage and other fillings are added before it is grilled on an iron griddle. The simple monjayaki downtown cuisine dish is eaten with a special spatula, hot off the griddle. You can also get other well-known Japanese foods like sushi, tempura, or soba (buckwheat) noodles. Each type of food has restaurants ranging from top class to casual dining that let you enjoy delicious flavor at a reasonable price, so choose the restaurant that best suits your purpose of travel.

Above all, Haneda Airport that is inside the Tokyo metropolitan area offers excellent access. It is only about 30 min. by train to Tokyo station that is a shinkansen stop and about 15 min, to Shinagawa station, so you can reach your travel destination very quickly. In addition, you can travel to popular spots in the city such as Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Asakusa using various means of transport, including train, airport shuttle bus, and water taxi. This great convenience is a major benefit to travelers who want plenty of time to enjoy their destinations. Make the best use of your time to fully enjoy your trip to Japan.

Tokyo Skytree picture

Tokyo Skytree

Monjayaki picture

Monjayaki

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