How to Easily Transfer from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport in 2022

It is not uncommon for people to have to transfer directly from Narita Airport NRT to Haneda Airport HND or do the reverse from Haneda Airport HND to Narita Airport NRT to catch transferring flights.

When booking their flights people may be unaware that the two airports are located quite a distance apart, with Narita Airport being located 70km to the east of Tokyo Station and Haneda Airport being located 19km to the south of Tokyo Station.

As a result I have put together a detailed range of options to help you most efficiently travel between the two airports, and to identify the option which best meets your budget and connection timeframe.

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Tokyo Airport Transfer Articles

I have also developed a set of articles to help you work out the best way to transfer between Narita Airport and the following major areas in Tokyo.  Click on the article below to see the options which will best suit your situation (note that some articles are located on Japan Travel Planning and some articles are on Pretraveller).

5 Options to Most Easily Transfer from Narita to Haneda

To help you work out the best option to suit your personal situation I have put together the five options to most easily and most cost effectively transfer from Narita to Haneda, or in reverse from Haneda to Narita Airport.  They are sequenced with the easiest and most cost effective options first.

There are other public transportation options you can utilise to travel between Narita and Haneda Airports, however each of them require more than one transfer so they do not meet my criteria for the ‘easiest’ option.

Below is a comparison table for the five options – click on the links to quickly make your booking, or read further below for more information about each option.

Note that pricing was accurate as at May 2022, however is subject to fluctuate due to changes in pricing and exchange rates.  This article will be periodically updated to reflect the latest prices.

Transfer DescriptionCost per Adult ($US)Cost for 2 adults & 2 children ($US)Transfer TimeClick below to pre-book
Keisei Narita Skyaccess Train$US 13$US 5290 minutes direct, no traffic effectsClick here for more information
Limousine Bus$US 30$US 12065-85 minutes direct, can be traffic affectedClick here for more information
Shared Airport Shuttle Bus$US 53$US 21265-85 minutes direct, can be traffic affectedClick here to pre-book through Klook
Private Airport Shuttle Bus (up to 9 passengers)$US 143$US 14365-85 minutes direct, can be traffic affectedClick here to pre-book through Klook
Taxi (up to 4-5 passengers)Fixed Fare
$US 190
Fixed Fare
$US 190
65-85 minutes direct, can be traffic affectedClick here for more information
Uber (up to 6 passengers)$US 211$US 21165-85 minutes direct, can be traffic affectedClick here for more information

1. Keisei Narita Skyaccess Train

There is a direct train between Narita Airport and Haneda Airport called the Keisei Narita Skyaccess train. It takes 90 minutes to travel the route, however unlike all of the other options it is not affected by traffic issues. You stay on the one train the whole way so no transfers are required. It departs approximately every 40 minutes, and is easy to see the right train on Google Maps. Click on the below map, enter your departure time and you will see the options.

2.    Limousine Bus Narita NRT to Haneda Airport

A very affordable option to travel from NRT to HND is using the shared Limousine Bus.  This is a great affordable option to travel direct.  You can book a one way or return ticket for the Limousine Bus service from either Narita Airport to Haneda Airport or in reverse.

Click here to find out more information about the direct Liomousine Bus from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport

3. Shared Airport Shuttle Bus Narita Airport to Haneda Airport

Sharing a shuttle bus from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport is a great affordable option as it takes you direct, so no transfers to work out and luggage to haul. Just sit back and relax!

Click here to check out and book your shared airport shuttle bus from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport through Klook

4.    Tokyo Airport Private Transfer to Haneda Airport

A private airport transfer is a great option to travel direct to Haneda Airport as quickly and as easily as possible, and is particularly good for larger groups and families. No transfers to work out or luggage to haul. Sit back and relax!

Click here to check out and book your private airport transfer from Narita Airport to Tokyo through Klook

5.    Taxi or Uber from Narita NRT to HND

A question many people ask is whether Uber is available in Tokyo.  You will be pleased to know that you can catch either a taxi or an Uber from Narita Airport NRT to Haneda Airport HND.  For taxis you can just walk out to the taxi rank, for Uber you can book via the Uber app and be picked up directly from the airport.

Click here to find out more information about Japan Taxis and Uber

How to Easily Transfer from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport

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6 thoughts on “How to Easily Transfer from Narita Airport to Haneda Airport in 2022”

  1. You might mention that using a Rail Pass to get from Narita to Haneda or Tokyo means they activate it and the clock on their pass starts ticking. For budget travelers who may be starting their trips with a few days in Tokyo it might make more sense to pay cash for the train and therefore extend the time they can use the pass.

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  2. I have about 10 hrs for transfer from Haneda to Narita airport. And I am thinking of taking Limo bus. But I am wondering if they will let me in with all my luggage! My travel agent said that I have to take my luggage at Haneda and check back at Narita.

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    • Fakhera, the Limousine Bus will be able to take your luggage as you transfer between the airports with no problem. The Limousine Bus will be much easier than having to catch the train and change stations while carrying everything.

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