About Narita Airport Access Navigation
Welcome! To Narita Airport Access Navigation


◆What is Narita Airport Access Navigation?
  “Narita Airport Access Navigation (referred to below as “this service”)” is a guidance service that provides transfer routes and travel times between Narita Airport and a boarding point (station, bus stop, major hotel, landmark) or alighting point (station, bus stop, major hotel, landmark) input by the customer, based on actual timetables (or required travel times) and service information.
To use this service, first read and agree to the “Precautions for Using This Service”, then put it to work for safe and comfortable trip planning.

◆Using This Service
  These are requests and precautions related to using this service. Be sure to read them before using this service.

<An Explanation of Transfer Guidance>
  This service provides transfer routes and travel times between Narita Airport and a boarding point or alighting point input by the customer.
  If you plan to fly, boarding procedures require time, so leave with plenty of time to spare. However, please note that trains and buses may not always run as scheduled, due to factors such as traffic conditions.
 When traveling to or from Terminal 3 by rail, the nearest station is Airport Terminal 2 Station (for Terminals 2 and 3). Travel between Airport Terminal 2 Station and Terminal 3 on foot or take the free shuttle bus (direct service).
  1. Covered routes
  2.   The rail routes that can be used with this service are all JR, private rail, and subway routes nationwide, and the main express bus routes to and from Narita Airport. However, please note that some routes are not covered by guidance in all sections. Guidance to flights covers routes linking major domestic airports, other than those to and from minor islands.

  3. Points to Note About the Program and Data
  4.   This service is provided with technology by Hitachi Systems, Ltd. We pay close attention to the transfer guidance program and data provided, but we are unable to guarantee the integrity of guidance results and data, including whether guidance provides the fastest, cheapest, or shortest route between the boarding point and the alighting point. Results do not take into account service disruptions due to factors such as inconsistent transfer times, waits for transfers between last trains, the influence of special trains scheduled for events, accidents, weather conditions, and traffic conditions. Take this point into consideration, and use the results as guidelines.
      We are unable to accept any liability whatsoever for damages or losses incurred through the use of this service. Please note this point in advance.

  5. Buses
  6.   Routes suggested by this service may include bus routes. Note that bus departure and arrival times may vary due to traffic conditions and flight departure and arrival times.
      Required journey times may also be changed by road conditions and other factors. Exercise particular care when using buses.

  7. Fare Guidance
  8.   The fare for each route is calculated on the basis of passenger fare tables published by each company, and regular fares for flights. While we are confident of the accuracy of these fares, some discounts and other changes may not be covered, so stated fares should be treated as guideline figures.
      Also, we are unable to provide fare guidance that takes into account the use of season tickets. Note that additional charges may be required, such as seat reservation tickets for express and liner trains, and sleeper and standing room express tickets for sleeper trains. Air fares do not take into account advance-sale and early-sale fares, etc.

  9. Search Condition Setting
  10. (1) To the airport/ From the airport
      Select either “To the airport” or “From the airport”. If you selected “To the airport”, search condition input items are displayed for Narita Airport is the destination. If you selected “From the airport”, items are displayed with it is the departure point.
    (2) Departure point/ destinations
      Input the departure point and destination to search for. You can input a station name, express bus stop name, landmark name, or hotel name. You can input alphabet, hiragana, katakana, or kanji characters from the keyboard. If the station name (including airport name etc.) is unclear, you can input the first few characters of the name, to display a refined list of matching names at the bottom of the text box. Select the right station name from the list.
    (3) Transit points
      You can only input a station name or express bus stop.
    (4) Date/ time
      Select the date and time of departure, or of arrival, from the pulldown menus.
    (5) Type
      Select either “Departure” or “Arrival”. If you select departure, guidance will provide the transfer route that has the latest departure after the specified time, and the earliest arrival. If you select arrival, guidance will provide the transfer route that arrives at or before the specified time, and allows the latest departure.
    (6) Searches
      The following two types of route search are available.
    ■ “Route search”
      Guidance provides routes based on standard values for walking speeds and transfer times while moving around (guideline times for a man in his 30s, walking normally).
    ■ “Search for a leisurely route”
      This search allows more time than a normal route search, or it can prioritize routes with fewer transfers. It is convenient when carrying bulky luggage, when moving through an unfamiliar area for the first time, and similar occasions.
    (7) Fares
      This setting can be switched between “Ticket” (prioritize ticket fares) or “IC” (prioritize IC card fares). Select the preferred fare type. (“IC” is the standard setting)
    * While we are confident that our data preparation for IC card fares is correct, it is possible for the actual fare to differ from the fare calculated using this service, depending on the search conditions. Use the results as reference values.
    (8) Routes
      Select the modes of transport to use in the proposed transfer routes.
      You can specify whether or not to use each of flight/ Shinkansen/ Nozomi, Mizuho, Hayabusa/ paid limited express/ paid express/ liner/ airport link bus/ walk/ sleeper limited express/ sleeper express/ and ordinary train. Uncheck the check boxes for transport modes that you do not want to use. This allows the system to offer transfer routes that better suit your needs. Even if you have uncheck the check boxes for a transport mode that you do not want to use, that mode may still be included in route guidance, depending on the search conditions.
    * The “Shinkansen” condition refers to shinkansen other than “Nozomi, Mizuho, Hayabusa”.
    (9) Display order
      Determine the display order for search results.
      Select between time required, number of transfers, and price as the display order, from the pulldown menus. If order of time required is selected, the search results are sorted and displayed in order of speed. If order of number of transfers is selected, the search results are sorted and displayed in order of how few transfers they require. If order of price is selected, the search results are sorted and displayed in order of how little they cost.

  11. Search results
  12. (1) Fares and fees
      The departure and arrival times and fares for transfer guidance are handled as follows:
    (a) Selective boarding (the rule by which the passenger can select one of two routes, regardless of which is written on the ticket) is not supported.
    (b) Through-linking services with JR are only supported on sections specified by the following companies.
    Hokuetsu Express, Kashima Rinkai Railway, Tosa Kuroshio Railway, Odakyu Electric Railway, Tokyu Dentetsu, Ise Tetsudo, Chizu Express, Tokyo Metro, Kitakinki Tango Railway, Fukuoka City Transportation Bureau, Shinano Railway, IGR Iwate Galaxy Railway, Aoi Mori Railway
    (c) Special rules allowing alighting in mid-route with same-city tickets (under the following conditions, the trains before and after alighting are regarded as continuous and no additional fare is calculated).
    - When connecting on foot between Osaka and Kitashinchi stations on a ticket starting and ending within Osaka
    - When using the Tokaido or Sanyo Shinkansen lines on a ticket starting and ending within Kobe and alighting at Shin-Kobe, Sannomiya, Motomachi, and Shin-Nagata stations.
    (d) Fare calculations that involve passing through the same station twice are not supported. (Other than doubling back on the same section) On merged trains (in which two trains are coupled together for a limited service section), the fares may be calculated for each of the route sections when the calculation should be continuous through the merged section.
    (e) JR East’s Green Fares for ordinary trains in the Capital Region are indicated at pre-paid fare rates.
    (f) Fares between adjacent stations of Fukuoka City Transportation Bureau are displayed at the “Otonari Kippu” (Next-door Ticket) rate of Y100. Please pay attention to the following points:
    - Riding beyond the route covered by a season ticket is not covered for tickets linking between JR Kyushu and Nishitetsu.
    - In the connection discount section of the Nishitetsu Kaizuka Line from Hakozaki-Kyūdai-mae Station, the total fare combining the “Next-door Ticket” and the other companies’ regular fares (undiscounted) is indicated.
    (g) Connection discounts between Fukui Railway and Echizen Railway are not supported.

    (2) Limited Express and Express charges on private railways
    (a) Discounts for specific trains on Tobu Railway (afternoon discount, night discount) are not supported.
    (b) The Chiyoda direct express service between Odakyu and Tokyo Metro lines cannot be boarded for the subway portion only. This service may search only direct express timetables within subway systems in some cases.
    (c) Fees for the following fee-based trains are displayed by this service as “adjustment tickets”.
    - Stove train charges for the Tsugaru Railway “Stove Train” (service only runs in winter)
    - Charges for the Iyo Railway “Botchan Train” (the difference from the regular fare is indicated as an adjustment ticket)
    (d) The following fee-based trains have sections in which they can be boarded for only the regular fare. Such boarding is not supported by this service.
    - No fee is required for the Keikyu “Keikyu Wing” when boarding between Kamiōoka and Misakiguchi stations.

    (3) Flight fares
    (a) Flight fares in this service are “regular adult fares”, except when flying with LCCs (Low-Cost Carriers).
    (b) Fares for LCCs (Low-Cost Carriers) are displayed with the necessary surcharges added to the maximum value of each company’s regular fare. Actual fares vary according to when they are purchased.
    (c) On routes to or from the following airports, a “passenger facilities charge” is required in addition to the regular fare. This service displays fares that include these passenger facilities charges.
    - Haneda Airport (Building 1, Building 2), Y290
    - Narita International Airport Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, Y440, Terminal 3, Y380
    - Chubu International Airport, Y310
    - Kansai Airport (only when Peach is used), Y410 for departures, Y360 for arrivals (this service only supports these charges on departure).
    - Kita-Kyushu Airport, Y100
    (d) Flights of Fuji Dream Airlines require a “special fuel surcharge” in addition to the regular fare. This service displays fares that include the special fuel surcharge.
    (e) Special flight discounts, connecting flight discounts, and other discounted fares are not supported.
    (f) Contact the companies concerned or refer to their websites for detailed information on fares.

    (4) Service information
      If there is service information about rail lines (JR・Narita Express, Keisei Main Line, and Keisei Narita Sky Access・Keisei Skyliner) and express buses to and from Narita Airport, they are displayed together with the route search information.

    (5) Geographical point marks
    IconDescription
    出発Indicates the station of departure.
    乗換Indicates a transfer station.
    通過Indicates a station passed through.
    (Indicating through trains).
    折り返しIndicates a turnaround station.
    到着Indicates the destination station.

    (6) Mode of transport marks
    IconDescription
    飛行機Plane
    新幹線Shinkansen
    JR特急JR Limited Express
    JR普通JR regular train
    私鉄特急Private line Limited Express
    私鉄普通Private line regular train
    バスBus
    車Car
    徒歩Walk

    (7) Links
    - Station timetables
      Click here to display the departure timetable of the station (or bus stop). A departure timetable is one that is as shown in the station (or bus stop) to show all train (or bus) departure times leaving the station on the relevant date and route and stopping at the destination. It shows the departure times and train names (or operating company names) in each departure time bracket.
    Section timetable
      Click to display the timetable in book format. A book format timetable is one that shows all train (or bus) departures leaving the station on the relevant date and route and stopping at the destination.
    ■Other links
      Click here to display useful information on the surrounding area.
    IconDescription
    地図Map
    Display a map of the relevant point.

    (8)Share routes
      Scan a QR code to check the route search results on your smartphone. “QR Code” is a registered trademark of Denso Wave Incorporated.

<An Explanation of Rail Service Information>
  Rail service information for the same day is presented on route maps for routes connected to Narita Airport.
  Please note that the displayed content may differ from actual conditions, due to changing circumstances, delays in information provision, or other reasons. Check for detailed information on the websites of the transport operators concerned.
  1. Covered routes
  2.   The rail routes covered by this service are the three lines (JR・Narita Express, Keisei Main Line and Keisei Narita Sky Access・Keisei Skyliner) that connect to Narita Airport Station (Narita Terminal 1) and No.2 Airport Building (Narita Terminals 2 and 3).

  3. Service information
  4.   The general status of service information is indicated as “Operating normally” or “some problems”. The details of these status types are as follows: If there is a problem with a route, the entire route is indicated on the screen as impaired.
    - Operating normally: When there is no timetable disruption on the lines covered.
    - Some problems: There is timetable disruption on some of the lines or sections covered.
    If information on delays and cancellations on a line is delivered simultaneously, the information is displayed on the screen as delays.

  5. Information source
  6.   This information is provided by Rescuenow Inc. Information indicating that a delay of around 30 minutes has occurred or is expected to occur in a train service is reflected in service information.
      Unauthorized reproduction or duplication of this information, or its processing into other electronic medium etc., is prohibited.

<An Explanation of Road Traffic Information>
  Traffic information for the same day is presented on route maps for expressway routes in the Kanto region that connect to Narita Airport.
  Please note that the displayed content may differ from actual conditions, due to changing circumstances, delays in information provision, or other reasons. Check for detailed information on the Japan Road Traffic Information Center (JARTIC) website.
  1. Covered routes
  2.   The expressway routes covered by this service are as follows:
    Shuto Expressway, Shin-Kūkō Expressway, Ken-Ō Expressway, Higashi-Kantō Expressway, Chiba-Tōgane Road, Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line, Keiyō Road, Jōban Expressway, Tokyo Gaikan Expressway

  3. Information source
  4.   This information is provided by the Japan Road Traffic Information Center (JARTIC).
      Unauthorized reproduction or duplication of this information, or its processing into other electronic medium etc., is prohibited.

<An Explanation of Train and Bus Timetables>
  Guidance presents timetables for departure from Narita Airport for rail routes connected to Narita Airport, and timetables for express bus arrivals and departures at Narita Airport.
  1. Covered routes
  2.   The rail routes covered by this service are the three lines (JR・Narita Express, Keisei Main Line, and Keisei Narita Sky Access・Keisei Skyliner) that depart from Narita Airport Station (Narita Terminal 1) and No.2 Airport Building (Narita Terminals 2 and 3). However, please note that some bus routes are not covered by guidance in all sections.

  3. Rail timetable searches
  4. (1)Dep.
      Select Narita Airport (Narita Terminal 1) or Airport No.2 Building (Terminal 2 Terminal 3).
    (2)Route
      Select the route to search for from the pulldown menu.
    (3)Date
      Select the date to search for from the pulldown menu.

  5. Bus timetable searches
  6. (1)Type
      Select either “Departure” or “Arrival” based on Narita Airport.
    (2)Area
      Select the departure or arrival area from the pulldown menu.
    (3)Departure,Arrival
      Candidate bus stops are displayed according to the type and area selections. Select the specified bus stop from the pulldown menu.
    (4)Date
      Select the date to search for from the pulldown menu.

  7. Timetable display
  8. (1)Link
    - Train name or operating company name
      Click to display the timetable of the train (or bus). This timetable displays the station name (or bus stop name), arrival time, and departure time.
    (2) Bus timetables
      If there are multiple bus stops within the same terminal, then, in the case of departures from Narita Airport, the timetable is shown for the bus with the earliest departure, and in the case of arrivals at Narita Airport, for the bus with the latest arrival time. Therefore, please note that timetable departure and arrival times may vary depending on the bus stop used.

<An Explanation of Timetable Data>
  The support period for timetable data is stated on the screen on which each item of such data is used. If a date is specified that is beyond the support period, the search will only cover independent fixed-time services. Please note that this data may differ from actual timetables.
  Unauthorized reproduction or duplication of timetable data, or its processing into other electronic medium etc., is prohibited.