Public Transport: Buses & Trains
Local Japanese & Non-Japanese Narita city residents share their city and experience with everyone that wishes to visit Narita city and Narita airport. Also, you can book a Narita Hotel through their website at the best rates!
Subways, buses, streetcars (Toden), Nippori-Toneri Liner, and other public transportation services in Tokyo
The Shinkansen (Bullet Train)
High-speed train run by Japan Railways, and is shared by JR East, JR Central and JR West. It has two main routes.
Tokyo Shitamachi Bus
A fixed-route sightseeing bus that runs daily, touring some of Tokyo’s popular sightseeing spots. Route map and timetable are located in the website.
Airport Limousine Bus
Bus service to/from both Tokyo airports connecting to major hotels and points of interest in Tokyo, Narita airport bus, Haneda airport bus, boarding points include Shibuya, Shinagawa, Roppongi, Shinzuku, Ginza, T-CAT, YCAT and more. No reservations.
Free shuttle bus around Nihonbashi and Yaesu operating every 10 minutes between 10:00-20:00.
Accessible to Haneda International Airport and to the heart of the city.
Hinomaru Limousine Bus
Operating three different free bus routes which are sponsored by local businesses
Serves as a flexible transport ticket, and can even be used instead of a credit card or money in certain stores. It can be recharged at vending machines in Tokyo stations, and is also usable on buses.
Tokyo Bay Shuttle
Free shuttle bus service around the Odaiba area operating every 15-20 minutes between 11:00-20:00.
Free shuttle bus service around Marunouchi, Otemachi and Yurakucho. It operates every 12-15 minutes between 08:00-20:00 on weekdays and 10:00-20:00 on weekends.
Keisei Electric Railway
Connects Narita and Haneda airports and downtown Tokyo via Ueno, Asakusa, Nippori and Shinagawa. They also have lines in Tokyo and east of Tokyo, including Chiba and Funabashi. With Keisei Skyliner and Tokyo Metro Pass; tickets must be bought at Narita.