With over 85 million annual passengers, Haneda Airport is Japan’s busiest airport and handles all of Tokyo’s domestic flights plus a smaller number of international flights. The airport is home to Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, as well as several low-cost carriers.
Haneda Airport has three terminals, two of which are connected by underground walkways, and free shuttles run from the main terminals to the gates. Passenger amenities include an airport hotel (Terminal 2), short-stay and long-term car parking, car rental services, ATMs, currency exchange, and various shops, bars, and restaurants.
Haneda has bus and rail connections to central Tokyo, but a range of shared or private arrival and departure transfers are also available, offering pickup or drop-off from your Tokyo or Urayasu hotel plus luggage assistance. Private transfers also run between Tokyo’s two airports, Haneda Airport and Narita International Airport.
Things to Know Before You Go
Free Wi-Fi is available for airport travelers.
Haneda Airport is fully accessible to wheelchair users and strollers.
How to Get There
Haneda Airport is located about 9 miles (14 kilometers) south of Tokyo Station in the Ota district. The JR Yamanote train line connects Haneda to central Tokyo via the Tokyo Monorail or Keikyu Line. Alternatively, it’s about a 30-minute taxi ride from central Tokyo. Note that late-night and early-morning trips between the airport and city center may not be possible by public transportation—opt for a private transfer or taxi.
When to Get There
Flights run from Haneda Airport 24/7 year-round. Lines for check-in and security can be long, so it’s best to arrive in plenty of time for your flight.