As Dave148 mentions, the limo bus is easy.
Flat/fixed fare taxis operate, but not the cheapest option.
7,300 yen or around US$70.
If you're using the limousine bus, if you tell us your hotel's name, we can tell you which bus stop is best.
You can even pick a cab from there to your hotel.
You can also check your hotel’s website. There’s usually a page with transit directions from the airport.
Thanks, that’s really helpful limo bus sounds great idea. We will be arriving from London Heathrow on BA flight so just need to identify which terminal we land in and where to pick up the bus and if tickets are prepaid or pay in bus. Hopefully bus will drop off at major hotels? We plan to stay near Tokyo Station. First time in Japan so just wanted a stress free easy transfer on this first day. Fingers crossed Japan will be ‘open’ and welcoming tourists by end of March 2022.
If you look at the tab, See bus stops, the hotel stops are listed.
If you select a hotel not on the list, you can still use the listed hotels to alight & walk to your hotel ie if it’s a short distance or practical. Obviously crossing highways with luggage is not great.
You can also use the hotel/limobus for your return trip.,
Generally, most hotels provide very good information under Access on how to get there. Plus google or apple maps for assistance.
All international flights land at T3 - previously the International Terminal in Haneda (HND). After entering into the public area on the arrival floor, there is a large bus ticket sales counter in less than 20m away where you can buy limo bus tickets directly. The bus stops are on level 1 (ground floor) accessible by large lifts. Ask the ticket staffs for the bus stop # and direction if unsure.
It's not a good idea to buy limo bus tickets in advance while overseas. Should you cannot catch that bus - due to flight delays etc., the bus tickets would be void and you'd have to buy another one for the next bus.Edited: March 23, 2021, 2:58 pm