Palm & Fountain Terrace Hotel

7-1-1 Akemi, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, 279-8502, Japan
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Haneda Airport To Tokyo City

by Lisa72

Bought a Tokyo airtickets at a cheap price but only come to realise that I may have tranportation problems. Flight in after 11pm and Out in the early mornng at 6am. I understand that the trains and buses may not be running after 11pm from the airport. Is there any other options to get downtown beside taking a taxi ? Desperately need fellow members for advise. Thanks.

Re: Haneda Airport To Tokyo City

by dru46

I did a quick check and the trains will be stopped by 11pm. There is a last bus to "downtown" Tokyo (T-CAT Station) that leaves around 11pm. The opposite is also true. You probably can't get to the airport that early.

In terms of what to do, I'd suggest spending a night the day you arrive and the day you leave in Narita. It's not the best, but considering the cost of a taxi (note that they charge extra for night service), you will end up spending roughly the same amount if not more if you just got a hotel. I'd suggest a capsule hotel for the adventure, but couldn't find any in Narita.

The day before you leave, you can spend the afternoon in Narita. Very few people do this, and Narita-san Temple is recommended.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

Re: Haneda Airport To Tokyo City

by SfumatoPants

What do you mean by "downtown"?
It's not that expensive to take a cab to the nearest Yamanote station - Shinagawa. From there you can train it anywhere.

Even cheaper, the nearest station, convenient to Haneda (nearest an on/off ramp to the airport highway) is Omori-Kaigan Station on the Keikyu Line.

Since you are in and out in such a short time, may I suggest staying at the Hotel Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside.

It's a great value, delivering more than it's price level, that services airport traffic. Again, a short and convenient cab ride from Haneda.

* Haneda Airport
By bus: 20 minutes via Keihin Kyuko Limousine Bus
By train: 18 minutes (plus 7 minutes on foot) by Keihin Kyuko Line to Aomono Yokocho Station
By monorail and train: 30 minutes (¥600)

Re: Haneda Airport To Tokyo City

by SfumatoPants

anyway... the train is available to you.

Re: Haneda Airport To Tokyo City

by dru46

Sorry, I read your question wrong. You can take a train after 11pm from HANEDA Airport.

The last Tokyo Monorail is around 11:50pm and and Keikyu has a train that leaves just before midnight.

In terms of getting to the airport, the Tokyo Monorail has a train that leaves at 5am, and Keikyu has one that leaves around 5:13. You'd get there before 6am, but it might be a little too close for you?

As said, a taxi isn't that expensive. Sorry for the mistake.

Re: Haneda Airport To Tokyo City

by Lisa72

Thank you very much for all your guidance. I will do some search on them.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Nicer and more peaceful than Shibuya

by chodearm

I found Shinjuku alot easier to deal with. Also right next to the main station is an old Tokyo neighbor hod that looks like something out of a sci-fi movie. Its just loaded with little noodle shops, and salary men, or oyagi.

Some general facts

by LysDor

Here are some general facts and figures to show you how big Tokyo is and that in my 5 days stay I had time only to concentrate on few parts of this huge metropolitan.

HISTORY: EDO the former name of Tokyo in 1800 was at that time the largest city in the world with a population past 1 million.

TODAY: Tokyo is far more than just a city. It is the heart of the most populated urban agglomeration on the planet. Well, NOW I do believe it!! Tokyo (central part + 23 wards) has a population of about 8,9 million people!

The picture is Tokyo New City hall (243m) in Shinjuku

This area changes a...

by SirRichard

This area changes a lot depending on what day you come. On weekdays all you see are street cafes, boutiques, restaurants and many interesting shops. On Sundays you get all that as well as a whole range of bands, dance troupes and people dressed up in all sorts of costumes.
At the Oriental Bazaar on Omote Sando you can buy from Kamikaze headbands to top quality furniture.
The Meji-Jingu Shrine deserves a visit too. The wooden placards you can see here are for luck. You buy a placard, write your wish on it, place it on a hook and hopefully it will all come true.
Get There: Get off the subway at Omote Sando station (Hanzomon or Ginza subway lines), walk down Omote Sando, to Harajuku station (JR Yamanote). As it gets very crowded at the returning time, it is a good idea to buy your departing ticket just when you arrive.
Photo: Ebisu Garden Place

Tokyo Tip

by sjvessey

Hanami... the season of cherry blossom. I'm not sure this is necessarily my absolute favourite thing about Tokyo, but the fairytale splash of pink from countless cherry trees all over town certainly does transform this ugly, concrete sprawl into a surprisingly pretty spectacle, if only for a few short weeks. Hanami occurs around the beginning of April, and watching the progress of the blossom is almost a national sport.

See my separate travelogue for more photos - Hanami in Shinjuku Gyoen.

Yabusame archery on horseback show

by shiran_d

. This tradition continues to live in modern Japan, with the grand annual celebration centering on Meiji Jingu, the shrine dedicated to him. Of everybody's interest would be the demonstration of traditional Japanese archery near the shrine's Treasure Museum and the yabusame archery on horseback show in the vicinity of the Shibaike along the shrine's western approach.


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Address: 7-1-1 Akemi, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, 279-8502, Japan