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Narita-Haneda Connections

Author: Antony Stokes, Issue: December 2004, Topic: Airports, Buses, Trains

If you need to get from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport or vice versa, you basically have two options.

Limousine Bus

Keikyu Line Train

  • 1650 yen and 120 mins...but incredibly regular (every few mins)
  • You'll likely have to change once, probably at Aoto, but the connecting train will arrive on the same platform and almost immediately after. Announcements are in English. Keikyu Line trains depart from Haneda's Arrivals level.
  • Details: http://www.keikyu.co.jp/english/haneda/train

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