Tokyo Airport Shuttle
If you are planning to travel to Tokyo, our Tokyo airport transfers offer secure and eco-friendly transport to and from Narita International Airport. Narita is the main international hub of the country’s flag carrier, Japan Airlines, as well as being one of the world’s busiest air freight hubs. The airport also serves as an Asian hub for United Airlines and Delta Airlines.
Facilities at Narita for tourists include medical and dental clinics, barber shops, beauty salons and changing rooms; coin-operated Internet terminals as well as wireless and cable LAN Internet access. In addition, visitors can avail of facilities such as sleeping dayrooms and shower rooms, an oxygen bar, a reflexology and body care salon, and pay lounges. Business travelers can use the business support center which offers services such as photocopying, fax machines and business card printing. There are also facilities for children such as a kid’s park and a children’s playroom.
Why Visit Tokyo?
Tokyo is one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in the world, with something new to see around every corner. But here are some of the must-sees attractions you must experience before leaving the country.
- Ginza. This district is famous for its many shopping, dining and entertainment options. Ginza is home to department stores such as the twelve storey Maronnier Gate that offers clothing stores on the first four floors, the Tokyo branch of the famed Tokyu Hands store from the fifth to the ninth floor and restaurants on the remaining three floors; the Ginza branch of the renowned Paris-based Printemps chain; and the Ginza store of the venerable Matsuzakaya department store chain.
- Harajuku. This area has become one of the world’s fashion capitals, gaining renown due to the variety of cutting-edge colorful street fashions worn by the young people who congregate on its streets every Sunday. If you go to Harajuku, make sure you visit Takeshita Dori (Street) and its adjoining side streets, where you can find trendy fashion boutiques and used clothes shops as well as casual dining outlets.
- Shinjuku. This area around Shinjuku Station is a commercial and business district that boasts of some of Tokyo’s tallest skyscrapers to the west as well as a vibrant nightlife. Visitors can enjoy a quick meal at Omoide Yokocho (better known as Piss Alley) where tiny eateries serving street foods like ramen and yakitori can be found and then visit Kabukicho, the country’s largest red light district that features bars, nightclubs, love hotels and pachinko parlors.
Our Tokyo airport transport can get you to Tokyo safely using your choice of eco-friendly transport options, which are available for budgets of all sizes.