Haneda Airport Informational Guide to Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND) - Non Official

Haneda Airport Bus

A bus trip from Haneda Airport to Tokyo city centre takes between 40 and 55 minutes.

Even is the slowest option from Haneda Airport, it turns to be the easiest since some buses stop in front of major hotels in Tokyo. 

Note that there’s also night service. 


Fares vary according to the bus operator, but generally speaking, the cost a one-way ride is between 720 and 1,200 yens. 


Airport Limousine Bus stops at different hotels from the airport as well as covering major areas in Tokyo.

There are lots of routes and schedules. Free Wi-Fi is provided. 


See some fares below: 

Shinjuku: 3,200 yen (adult), 1,600 yen (child)

Asakusa: 2,900 yen (adult), 1,450 yen (child)

Shiba, Shiodome, Takeshiba, Rinkai Fukutoshin (Tokyo Water Front): 2,900 yen - 3,200 yen (adult), 1,450 - 1,600 yen (child)

Tokyo Station: 2,800 yen - 3,200 yen (adult), 1,400 - 1,600 yen (child)

Check more information on its website 

Keikyu bus 

Keikyu Bus offers service to Tokyo city centre and lots of surrounding cities such as Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama or Yamanashi.

Check its website to see more information and schedules. 


Bus stop is located at the ground transportation area of each terminal.


See below fares to popular destinations within Tokyo:

Yokohama Station: 580 yens (40 minutes)

Tokyo Sky Tree Town: 920 yens (50 minutes)

Shibuya: 1,030 yens (60 minutes)

Odaiba: 520 yens (30 minutes)

Where do I buy my ticket?

Tickets can be bought in the ticket machines around the airport and through its website

other services

Apart of that, there are several of different routes to get to several destinations. We recommend you to check at the information desk.