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Access from the Airport

Access from Narita Airport

The Toei Asakusa Line and the Keisei Line run each other's tracks. The Toei Line enters the line between Narita Airport and Oshigage. You can go directly to Asakusa or Ginza without any transfer. It is convenient particularly for those who carry suitcases or heavy luggage.

Check out the direction for how to take trains from each terminal.

Toei One Day Pass for making the most out of the Toei Asakusa Line

  • *The following link shows information about "Toei One Day Pass" when taking Asakusa Line from Haneda or Narita Airport.

Terminal 1

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

1.Go to the train station after arrival.

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

2.You'll see a signboard for Keisei Lines. Go straight.

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

3.After confirming the platform and departure time for Oshiage and Haneda Airport on the departure information board, get a ticket and go through the ticket gate.

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

4.Go to the platform.

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

5.Once on the platform, check the departure time and destination.

Terminal 2

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

6.Go to the train station after arrival.

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

7.After confirming the platform and departure time for Oshiage and Haneda Airport on the departure information board, get a ticket and go through the ticket gate.

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

8.Go to the platform.

Photo: Access from Narita Airport

9.Once on the platform, check the departure time and destination.

Notes

  • *You don't need a limited express ticket when taking trains which connect to Asakusa Line (Access Exp as well)
  • *"Skyliners" head toward Ueno/Nippori and do not connect with the Asakusa Line. You need a limited express ticket.
  • *There are two lines which are bound for Oshiage and Haneda Airport which have a different duration and fares. ("Access Express" is faster but more expensive than local Keisei.)

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