Narita International Airport (NRT) is one of two Tokyo's airports. It handles mostly international air traffic and is the arrival point of most foreign visitors.
Located in the city of Narita in Chiba Prefecture, about 60 km outside of Tokyo, it consists of two terminal buildings connected by both train and bus. Foreign airlines operate out of either terminal, with Japanese carriers ANA and JAL operating out of terminals 1 and 2, respectively.
The airport serves as the main international hub of Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. It also serves as a hub for Northwest Airlines. It handles the majority of international passenger traffic to and from Japan, and is also a major connecting point for air traffic between Asia and the Americas
Buses & Taxis to Narita Airport set down in front of the departure lobbies of both passenger terminals.
Buses and taxis from the airport to various destinations leave from the arrival level on the first floor.
Passengers planning to take the bus should obtain their tickets at the ticket counters before proceeding to the bus stops.
For more information on bus services, please contact the respective bus companies.
Narita International Airport Taxi Council Members 23 companies including Alpha Koutsu.
Katsushika, Edogawa, Sumida and Koto wards. 14,000
Adachi, Arakawa, Daito, Bunkyo, Chiyoda and Chuo wards. 17,000
Kita, Toyoshima, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Minato, Meguro, Shinagawa and Ota wards. 19,000
Itabashi, Nerima, Nakano, Suginami, and Setagaya wards, Musashino and Mitaka wards. 20,000
All areas in Kawasaki City 20,000
All areas in Yokohama City 22,000
All areas in Yokosuka and Miura Cities 31,000
Saitama Prefecture is divided into 9 zones
Southeast Zone A, Southeast Zone B, Central South Zone A, Central South Zone B, Southwest Zone A, Southwest Zone B, North Zone A, North Zone B, Chichibu. 22,000(Southeast Zone A)
NB: 1. Additional rates are charged on late night and early morning services. Discounts for disabled passengers are subject to separate rates.
2. lease note that expressway tolls are not included in the fixed fare and must be paid as a surcharge (usually around 1,450 yen)
Please go to the designated fixed fare taxi stands at the airport where a concierge will generally be on hand to assist. The taxi stand concierge will direct you to the first available cab on the rank, however, you are free to select the cab of your choice.
Money: There are banks, bureaux de change and ATMs located in both terminals of the airport.
Showers: The airport has showers located in both terminals.
More Services: The airport has a post office; medical clinics; a dentist; baby change facilities; nurseries; children?s play areas; and sleeping rooms. There are also Internet; mobile phone hire; telephone; fax; and photocopying services on offer in both terminals.
Eating & Drinking: There are a number of shops located in both terminals, including travel goods shops; pharmacies; gift shops; nwesagents; duty free shops; and electronic shops.
Shopping: The airport has a wide range of both Japanese and Western bars; restaurants; cafes; and fast food outlets in both terminals, including Fujiya Restaurants; Cafe Croissant; Sky Kitchen; Taiyo; and many more.
The airport has arange of facilities for disabled passengers, including tactile flooring; Braille airport guides; wheelchair-accessible toilets and telephones. Passengers requiring special assistance should inform their airlines before traveling. There are also reserved parking spaces for disabled deivers in the car park, and the airport railway stations and inter-terminal shuttles are wheelchair-accessible.
2.June.2006: Grand Opening of Narita Airport's Terminal 1
Airlines Now Centrally Located for Greater Convenience!
With the grand opening of Terminal 1, the airlines are now in new locations. Please check these new locations before leaving for the airport as the station and car park you need to use will depend on the terminal building where your airline is operating.
narita nakamise Open!
Japan’s largest duty-free exclusive brand boutique mall, “narita nakamise”, has opened on the 3rd floor of the South Wing on the airside after passport control. Before you board your aircraft, why not browse the extensive product line up at our duty-free shops and authentic boutiques from some of the world’s most famous fashion houses,
Narita Launches Big Changes in Airport Shopping
Check before Departing
With the completion of the South Wing and No.5 Satellite, there is a lot of new information that you should know before you come to Narita Airport. Make sure you stay in the loop!