Is your flight scheduled to land late night at Haneda Airport? Maybe you took long clearing at custom and its past 12. In a majority of Airports, late night/ early flights morning spell doom to travelers. If you find yourself arriving late at Haneda Airport, here are the transport options to consider.
Bus is by far the cheapest late night transport option from Haneda Airport. This is unless you are traveling in a group where in that case you can hire a van.
From Haneda Airport
To Roppongi, Shibuya, and Futako –Tamagawa railway station
- Departure: 0:50 am, latest arrival 2:10
- Departure: 2:20 am, latest arrival (Futako-Tamagawa 3:40)
2,060 yen adults/ 1,040 yen for kids
2,260 yen adults / 1,140 yen for children for Futako-Tamagawa
To Yokohama Railway Station
Departure 0:20 am, arrives 0:52
Cost 1,030 yen for adults and 520 yen for kids.
Here is the full table for the bus bound to various stations plus from the station to Haneda airport late night.
Airport limousine also offers late night transportation, between 1 am and 3 am and early morning services 4 am and 5 am.
Check this link for stations and Travel time information
Cost: 2, 000 yen for adults and 1, 000 yen for children.
Night bus fare is applied for journeys to and from Haneda Airport between 0:00 and 4:59 am.
- All early morning/late night bus arrive and leave at Haneda Airport International Terminal
- Bus tickets for the late-night bus are limited.
- For late night traveling its recommended to buy the ticket in advance.
For those thinking of train, I’m afraid both train lines –Tokyo Monorail and Keikyu line leaves the terminal at midnight.
Keikyu Line train to Shinagawa departs from the airport at 12:05 am.
Next train from the airport is at 5:26 am.
If going the other way, last Keikyu line train bound for Haneda Airport is at 5:02 am.
If you have a late night flight consider train which departs at 0:04 at Shinagawa station and arrives at the airport 20 minutes later (0:25 AM).
23: 42 pm and arrive at 0:02 on holidays.
Outside arrivals you will find a long line of black, yellow and green taxi cans waiting to take you to your place of accommodation.
While a taxi is convenient, they will snaffle lots of yen out of your pocket. Fare starts at 4,200 yen.
Japanese taxi drivers are trustworthy and professional. If you book a taxi in advance, the driver will meet you at arrivals, holding those signs that make people look important.
If traveling as a family or group, a shared shuttle or taxi come cheaper if you do the math.
Are there any other options?
There are plenty of hotels nearby if you are not keen on schlepping to your hotel in the dark.
At terminal 1, there are First Cabin a comfortable room to sleep then make your way to the city in the morning.
Last option, you are free to curl up on a sofa and head off with the first train in the morning.