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    Public transport from Narita Airport:

    http://www.toandfromtheairport.com/japan-tokyo-narita.php 5 months ago

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    A train is available from the airport into Tokyo. That's really the cheapest and easiest way to do it 5 months ago

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    The cheapest and easiest way is to get the Keisei Limited Express train from Narita (takes 75 mins and costs 1030¥.) get off at Nippori station and walk through to the JR station- taking the Yamamote Line into Shinjuku (20 mins 220¥.) Shinjuku is super central and you can get the subway or JR to anywhere in Tokyo 5 months ago

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    As above: train is quick and easy. A Taxi would easily cost you $200 and take twice as long. 5 months ago

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    My daughter teaches in Tokyo. She takes a bus from Narita to Shinjuku and then a taxi to her apartment or wherever she is heading. The bus ticket is at a kiosk near baggage claims. 5 months ago

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    I highly recommend this - just hope onto the bus and get transported to Tokyo! You don't need a ticket in advance, just pay on the bus.
    http://accessnarita.jp/en/home/ 5 months ago

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    A limousine bus from the airport is likely to be your best option. Most of them arrive at major hotels near all the key stations in Tokyo and you can then get a quick taxi to your accommodation. Navigating the train stations in Tokyo after a long international flight isn't great fun if you have much luggage with you, and the bus and taxi option will be cheaper than the Narita Express or Keisei Limited Express from Narita. The bus is also a smoother ride and takes about the same time. 5 days ago

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    A limousine bus from the airport is likely to be your best option. Most of them arrive at major hotels near all the key stations in Tokyo and you can then get a quick taxi to your accommodation. Navigating the train stations in Tokyo after a long international flight isn't great fun if you have much luggage with you, and the bus and taxi option will be cheaper than the Narita Express or Keisei Limited Express from Narita. The bus is also a smoother ride and takes about the same time.
    Taxi's are cheap in Tokyo, but Narita airport is way out of the city, a 40min express train ride from the city centre. 5 days ago

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