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How to transport from Haneda Airport (HND) to Narita Airport (NRT) (What is the cheapest route?)

There may be times when you need to transport from one airport to another due to connecting flights. Among these, there are many ways to transport from Haneda Airport to Narita Airport or from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport due to the long distances.

This time, I will explain in detail about traveling between Haneda and Narita.

The three main means of transportation are trains, buses, and taxis.

There are three main ways to travel from Haneda Airport to Narita Airport: train, limousine bus, and taxi. If you look at each of these in terms of cost, time, and ease, it will look like this.

fare time ease
train ×
limousine bus
taxi ×

Traveling by train can be difficult if you have a lot of heavy luggage or small children. Although taxis are convenient, they can be quite expensive, so be careful. The limousine bus is a balanced type that has the advantages of both.

The distance from Haneda Airport to Narita Airport is approximately 80 kilometers by car. Therefore, if you do not think about your means of transportation in advance, you may find yourself in a last-minute panic. We will introduce each means of transportation.


fare 1,819 yen (using IC)
Time required 90 minutes - 115 minutes
remarks Keikyu Line - Toei Asakusa Line - via Keisei Line


  • Easy to adjust time with no need to purchase summaries in advance
  • There's no chance you won't be able to board because it's full.
  • Easy to read arrival time

Train travel is cheap and easy for many people to use . Take the train that straddles the Keikyu Line and Keisei Line. Basically, there is no need to transfer and there is a direct connection. The trains on the Keikyu Line are called Airport Limited Express, and the trains on the Keisei Line are called Access Limited Express.


Only regular commuter train-type vehicles are in operation, and there are no reserved seats like on limited express trains, so whether or not you get a seat depends on the timing.

Both Haneda and Narita Airports have stations on the underground floors, so not only do you have to move around a lot within the airport, but the disadvantage is that you also have to be careful with your luggage while on the train.

The good thing is that you don't have to specify a boarding time, so you can be flexible as you can just take the train that suits you at that time. It's normal for planes to arrive within a few minutes of each other, so if you book a limousine bus or something similar, you may feel anxious.

Also, you may run into problems such as not being able to board the limousine bus because it's full, or the taxi line being too long, but you don't have to worry about that if you take the train. The advantage of trains is that they are accurate from departure time to arrival time .

In addition to the above route, there are also ways to transfer to the JR Yokosuka/Sobu Rapid Line at Shinagawa Station and take the Green Car, or to transfer to the Narita Express, but I don't think there are any benefits in terms of time and effort. yeah. I think it would be a good idea to consider this as an alternative in case the service is suspended.

limousine bus

fare 3,600 yen
Time required 65 minutes - 85 minutes
remarks Approximately 1 to 4 bottles per hour


  • You can secure your seat by purchasing a summary in advance.
  • Easy to move even with large luggage
  • Arrive about 30 minutes earlier than the train

Limousine buses are about twice as expensive as trains , but they have many advantages. You can reserve your bus in advance to ensure you get a seat . In terms of travel fatigue, it will be significantly reduced.

If you have large luggage such as a suitcase, you can leave it in the trunk room, so you don't have to worry about worrying about it as much as you would when traveling by train. Also, compared to going to the station, the distance from the arrival lobby to the bus stop is shorter, so it's easier in that sense.

Additionally, there are time benefits. Trains can take nearly two hours depending on the time of day. However, by limousine bus, you can travel in about half that time, at a minimum of 65 minutes . Trains have many stops, which can feel like it takes a long time, which can be painful for some people. On the other hand, the bus goes straight to the airport once it leaves the airport, so there is no mental hardship.

However, buses are affected by surrounding traffic conditions, so if there is a traffic jam due to a traffic accident, your arrival may be considerably delayed, so please allow plenty of time. The same goes for taxis.


fare Approximately 25,000 yen (30,000 yen late at night and early in the morning)
Time required 60 minutes - 100 minutes
remarks Fares vary depending on the company, but are listed as airport fixed fares.


  • You can travel even when there are no trains or buses.
  • faster than the bus
  • Flexible route changes etc.

Since the distance from Haneda to Narita is 80km, taxis are expensive. You should expect to pay a little less than 30,000 yen . The key point is that the more people you have, the more you get a better deal. Usually up to 4 people can ride, so if you divide the fare into 4, it will feel cheaper.

If the cost is not an issue, taxis have many advantages.

The point is that it is particularly flexible in terms of time. Even if your flight is delayed, you can take a taxi as soon as you arrive at the airport. Also, there are times when taxis are the only option when traveling after the last train or early in the morning .

Taxis will arrive faster than limousine buses, although it may be within a short range.

If you leave it to the taxi driver to avoid traffic jams, they will be able to do so, so they are more flexible than buses.


We have introduced the three means of transportation above.

fare time ease
train ×
limousine bus
taxi ×

Each has advantages and disadvantages. If you want to save money, you may want to use the train, if you have a lot of luggage, use the limousine bus, or late at night or early in the morning, take a taxi.