Tokyo Narita International Airport is located 65km (40 miles) east of Tokyo.
Narita, Chiba Prefecture 282-0004
Dialling Code: +81
Telephone: +81-476/34 80 00
Lufthansa at the airport
How to get there
From central Tokyo, head east/northeast on either the Higashi-Kanto Expressway or Keiyo Road, and merge onto the Shin-Kuko Expressway, which connects to the airport.
Keisei Electric Railways’ (keisei.co.jp) high-speed Narita Skyliner service is the fastest option between the airport and central Tokyo via a change onto Japan Railways’ (jreast.co.jp) Yamanote Line at Nippori.
Japan Railways also operates the reservation-only Narita Express to central Tokyo as well as non-reservation rapid trains that serve Tokyo and regional destinations.
In addition, Keisei Electric Railways provides a direct service to Tokyo Haneda Airport.
Keisei Bus (www.keiseibus.co.jp) runs services to a number of Tokyo destinations. The journey time into the city can be up to 90 minutes.
Shuttle buses operate to Tokyo Haneda Airport, Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station and major hotels in Tokyo, as well as many direct services to other cities such as Sendai, Utsunomiya and Omiya.
Taxis and limousines are readily available at the airport. This is an expensive option though and the travel time can be much longer than by train.
There is long and short-term parking at Tokyo Narita International Airport. Car parks P1 and P5 are situated in front of Terminal 1, while car parks P2 and P3 are outside Terminal 2.