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Introducing Tokyo

Japan's capital city, Tokyo, is full of contrasts. Towering skyscrapers are interspersed with traditional temples, and a hectic pace of life seems to slow right down in the city's calming parks and gardens. It's also a shining symbol of development, and you can survey all the city has accomplished from the top of Tokyo Tower. If you explore the East Garden of the Tokyo Imperial Palace during spring, you'll see the "sakura" cherry blossoms create some of the most breathtaking scenes in the city. Indulge your love of electronics in the Akihabara district, then take a trip to Edo-Tokyo Museum for a more traditional sense of the city. Not surprisingly, Tokyo is one of the best places in the world to try the unique flavors of Far Eastern cuisine, so be sure to sample all you can while you’re here.

Tokyo is known for:

History and Art Entertainment and Shopping Culinary Romantic Golf Seaside Urban

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Yokohama (43 km)
Sendai (366 km)
Nagoya (353 km)
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Tokyo airport information

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A: Tokyo Narita Airport

You can make the 80 km journey between Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT) and Tokyo city center by train. The JR Narita Express journey takes about an hour. JR Sobu Line around 85 minutes. The Keisei Skyliner lasts 40 minutes and the Keisei Limited Express 75 minutes. For trains other than Skyliner Keisei, you can get the Japan Pass (travel card) for 9670 yen (80 euro) for 5 days in the Tohoku region. If you purchase train tickets ticket for the Skyliner online the cost is 2250 yen (18.65 euros). The limousine bus takes around 90 minutes for approximately 3200 yen (26.52 euro). The duration of transport by shuttle to Tokyo is 90 minutes, and costs 1000 (8.29 euros) Yen.

B: Tokyo Haneda Airport

The 23 km journey between Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) and the city center can be made using either train or limousine bus services. The train takes around 20 minutes and costs about 4.50 euros, while the Limousine bus shuttle makes the 50-minute journey for around 7 euros. The most expensive train fare, which operates between Tokyo Monorail Terminal 2 and Hamamatsu Cho, is 500 yen and the journey takes 30 minutes. With Keikyu Railways, it is possible to get to Tokyo Station in 20 minutes for 460 yen (3.81 euros). The Limousine bus takes an average of 50 minutes, and the fare varies depending on your destination, but you pay 950 yen (7.87 euros) for day and 1900 yen (15.75 euros) for night to get to Tokyo Central Station.

Average time from airport: A: 40-90 minutes | B: 20-50 minutes

Distance from airport: A: 80 km | B: 23 km


A: Tokyo Narita

If you want to get from Tokyo Narita Airport to the city center by taxi, assuming there is no traffic, the journey will take about 60 minutes and will cost around 18000 (149.18 euro) or 25000 yen (207.19 eur).

B: Tokyo Haneda

A taxi from Tokyo Haneda Airport to the city center will cost between 5600-yen (46.41 euro) by day, and around 6800 (56.36 euro) yen by night. If there is no traffic, the journey takes an average of 20 minutes. o Haneda Airport to the city center will cost between 50 and 60 euros, and an additional cost of about 10 euros will be payable for night-time tariffs.

Average taxi price: A: 17000 yen | B: 5600 yen


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