Characteristics of our service

After arriving at Haneda Airport,
you will be best served by taking our bus.

It is comfortable.
 

Travel effortlessly by putting your baggage in the bus storage compartment. You will surely have a seat and then enjoy a relaxing trip to the destination while enjoying the view from the window of the air-conditioned bus.

It is convenient.
 

You will be taken to your destination hotel without any detours. The bus can take you smoothly to your destination by avoiding congested city traffic.

It is easy.
 

The bus will take you directly from the airport to any of the major railway stations.
As there is no need to transfer, you can get to your destination easily.
You do not need to transfer at a terminal railway station, which can be difficult due to the complexity of a large number of different train lines.

Thorough comparison of access for each method of public transportation

Thoroughly compare methods to get from Haneda Airport to your destination.
Select the method of public transportation optimal for your plans.

  BUS
TRAIN
TAXI
COST GOOD

Inexpensive / Fixed price

GOOD

Inexpensive / Changes depending on the transfer company

NOT GOOD

Expensive / Depends on distance

LUGGAGE GREAT

Large trunk, pleasant

NOT GOOD

Inconvenient

GREAT

Pleasant

ACCESS GREAT

Direct to major hotels and sightseeing spots

NOT GOOD

Transfer stations are complicated; multiple transfers

GREAT

Takes you directly to your destination

SPEED GOOD

Direct route gets you there quickly

SO-SO

The places you can go to directly are limited and getting there takes time

GOOD

Direct route gets you there quickly

COMFORT GOOD

Passenger number is limited, so you never have to stand. Comfortable with air conditioning.

NOT GOOD

You may have to stand for long periods.

GOOD

You never have to stand.

For major destinations in Tokyo (in Kanto), HANEDA AIRPORT EXPRESS is convenient with a good balance of price and user-friendliness.

For famous sightseeing spots, buses are convenient

1. Tokyo Big Sight / Odaiba

HANEDA AIRPORT EXPRESS will take you to your destination area for a reasonable price. Taxis are expensive. And trains are inconvenient in that they require more than two transfers with a long walking distance at transfer stations.


2. Hakone-Togendai / Ashinoko

HANEDA AIRPORT EXPRESS will take you directly to Hakone-Togendai. Taxis are very expensive. Trains have multiple transfers and are very inconvenient.

*Taxi fees and train fees were researched on public transportation fee websites. In actuality, travel time and costs differ depending on the combination of multiple routes and public transportation conditions. Keikyu Bus does not guarantee the accuracy of travel times and fees.

Buses are convenient overall

Railroad routes are often complicated and transfers at large terminal stations can be confusing and require long walks.

There are often no open seats during the crowded times in the morning and evenings, meaning you will often have to stand up while riding at these times. Taxis are very convenient, but because Tokyo is an extremely large city, some locations tend to cost quite a bit.

Compared to these methods of travel, HANEDA AIRPORT EXPRESS will take you directly to your destination area. And even when transferring onto a train, most of the terminal stations are medium sized, meaning transferring is easy. Tickets are not sold in excess of available seats, so you will always be able to sit down. The ticket prices are reasonable and follow a simple price setting.

It's clear that buses are the most convenient for access to Tokyo (Kanto) from the airport.