From Narita Airport Terminal 2&3 to Tokyo Station

Transportation Guide: Bus or Train

When you arrive at Narira Airport, you are not in Tokyo in fact, so get out of the airport and head to the capital’s central station smoothly.

This is the perfect guide from Narita Airport Terminal 2&3 to Tokyo Station. Check how to get there and which way is the fastest and cheapest.

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From Terminal 2


We highly recommend buses to tourists who are not used to Japan’s transportation system. It’s much easier, reasonable and takes not so much time. Go to bus counters to check if they are available around your arriving time. There are some bus counters on the arrival floor (1F).

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First Bus: 6:05

Last Bus: 23:20

How long: about 1 hour

How much: JPY1,000


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Trains of the airport are served by two companies: Japan Railway (JR) and Keisei Electric Railway. Both trains take you to Tokyo Station, but you don’t need to change trains by using JR. The entrance of Narita Airport Terminal 2・3 Station is located on the first basement.

JR Narita Line and Narita Express

First Train: 6:55 (everyday)

Last Train: 23:02 (everyday)

Platform №1 (There is the only platform, so be careful not to take trains to Narita Airport Terminal 1 Station)

How long: 54 mins (Narita Express)

How much: JPY1,320-2,820

*If you take local trains, it will take more time but cheaper.

Keisei Line and Keisei Skyliner (Express)

First Train: 5:20 (weekdays)/5:18(weekends)

Last Train: 23:06 (everyday)

Platform №1 (Keisei Skyliner) and 3

Change trains at Nippori Station to JR Yamanote Line (Platform №10)/JR Keihintohoku Line (Platform №9)

How long: 38 mins ( Line) + 11 mins (JR Yamanote/Keihintohoku Line)

How much: JPY1,400-2,630

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*If you take local trains, it will take more time but cheaper.

From Terminal 3


Buses should also be the first option from terminal 3. The terminal 3 doesn’t have any train station. If you would like to take trains, you need to move to the terminal 2 or 1.

First Bus: 5:55

Last Bus: 23:10

How long: about 1 hour

How much: JPY1,000



You can take trains from Terminal 1 and 2 only. So take free shuttle buses running between the terminal 1, 2, and 3. Or 15 mins walk to Terminal 2.

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