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Tokyo International Airport, also known as Haneda Airport and opened on August 25, 1931, is the most important in the country and one of the busiest in the world. It concentrates all domestic flights in the area and operates with international flights to Southeast Asia, North America, the Middle East, Europe and Oceania.
Official Website: tokyo-airport-bldg.co.jp / haneda-airport.jp
Number of Terminals - 3 - Terminals 1 and 2 (domestic flights, open from 5:00 am to 0:00 am) and International Terminal (open 24 hours a day). Terminals 1 and 2 are connected through an underground walkway. On the other hand, a courtesy shuttle bus service links all terminals every 4 minutes between 4:48 am and 0:40 am.
Annual passenger traffic: More than 85.4 million passengers went through it in 2017.
Tel: +81 357 578 111 (domestic terminals) / +81 364 280 888 (International Terminal). The information center is found on the first floor of Terminal 1 and operates from 5:00 am to 0:00 am. There are also information counters in several locations around the enclosure and a tourist office on the second floor of the International Terminal (5:30 am to 1:00 am).
The airport is situated in the town of Ota, 16 km (10 miles) to the south of Tokyo.See Map
Offices are located on the first floor of terminals 1 and 2.
Nippon (Tel +81 357 579 025 / 576 190 - 8:00 am to 10:00 pm)
Nissan (Tel +81 357 579 423 / 364 289 123 - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm)
Orix (Tel +81 357 579 628 / 566 617 - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm)
Times Car Rental (Tel +81 357 566 688 / 083 131 - 8:00 am to 9:00 pm)
Toyota (Tel +81 337 440 100 - 7:00 am to 10:00 pm)
Bus - There are numerous services to destinations in Tokyo and the Kanto region provided by Airport Limousine Bus (Tel +81 336 657 220) and Keikyu Bus (Tel +81 334 474 822). Journey time to the city centre is around 40 minutes and stops are located on the first floor of all terminals. Destinations inside Tokyo include Hino, Takao, Shinjuku, Akasaka, Nogata, Chofu, Ikebukuro, Mejiro, Ichinoe, Kinshicho, Machida, Shinagawa, Tachikawa, Kichijoji, Shibuya, Kitasenju, Kamotsu, Omori and Kamata. There are also buses to the Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Gunma, Tochigi, Ibaraki, Shizuoka, Yamanashi and Nagano prefectures, and to Narita Airport (65-85 min. trip).
Train - Keikyu Line (Tel +81 357 898 686) runs to Keikyu Kamata Station in 10 minutes from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm (9:00 am to 5:00 pm on weekends and holidays), and has stations between the domestic terminals and on the underground level of the International Terminal. Other destinations include Tenkubashi, Shinagawa and Yokohama.
Tokyo Monorail (Tel +81 333 744 303) has stations on level B1 of terminals 1 and 2 and on the third floor of the International Terminal, and goes to the Shin-seibijo, Tenkubashi, Tennouzu-airu and Hamamatsucho stations in 17 min. It operates Mondays through Fridays between 9:00 am and 7:00 pm and weekends from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Connections to other train services allow you to reach central Tokyo in 30 min. and Narita Airport in 90 min.
Ferry - Behind the International Terminal there is a wharf where you can board boats from KMC (Tel +81 452 908 377) to Odaiba and Yokohama (90 minutes).
Taxi - Ranks are found opposite the Arrivals area of the terminals. Travel time to the city centre is 25-40 minutes, depending on traffic. Reservations at Tel +81 364 280 888.
More information on the public transport
In front of every terminal there are multi-storey facilities open 24 hours a day, with spaces for short and long stays. More information: Tel +81 357 578 191 / 357 579 498 / 364 289 498 / 364 288 194. Prices
P1 & P2 - Situated across from Terminal 1.
P3 & P4 - Adjacent to Terminal 2.
P5 - Opposite the International Terminal.
If you should require special assistance, contact the nearest information desk (Tel +81 357 578 111) or hail a 'Passenger Support Person'. Wheelchairs are available for rent. The enclosure has induction loops for the hearing-impaired, textured tiles, vehicles for people transport, adapted restrooms, reserved parking spaces, elevators, ramps, priority seating and accessible phones, water coolers and counters.
Latest updates: May 15, 2018