Airport Transfer

How to go to Shinagawa from Airports

There are two International Airports around Tokyo, Narita Airport and Haneda Airport. Haneda Airport is located closer to central Tokyo but both airports have various transportation options for you to get to Shinagawa. Here are several easy options to Shinagawa Station or Shinagawa Prince Hotel.

Shinagawa Station

Shinagawa Prince Hotel (venue of events and plenary session of AGA 20) and TKP (venue of IAMUC) are located near Shinagawa Station.

Narita Airport

Information about the transportation Narita Airport to/from Shinagawa Station (the Prince Hotel Shinagawa is located very close to the Shinagawa Station)

Travel Guide: Narita Airport to Central Tokyo

1By Airport Limousine Bus

One of the best ways to get from Narita Airport to Shinagawa is by airport limousine bus. Once getting on board, all you have to do is sit and relax until arriving at Prince Hotel Shinagawa. If you want to avoid carrying your heavy luggage onto the train, taking a bus will solve that problem. However, the travel time to be longer in case of traffic jams.
For more details, please visit the website of Airport Limousine: https://www.limousinebus.co.jp/en/

2By Train
2.1N'EX (JR)

N'EX provides direct access, between Narita Airport and major urban station (including Shinagawa). The Narita Express or N'EX is fast, convenient and pleasant to ride, directly connecting Narita International Airport with major urban area in and around Tokyo including Shinagawa. With the convenience of N'EX, there are no more stressful transfers.
For the time table and purchasing ticket, please visit their website: https://www.jreast.co.jp/e/nex/

NEX Narita express from Narita airport to Shinagawa station

2.2Skyliner (Keisei) + JR Line
2.2.1Skyliner

Keisei Skyliner is a high-speed train that operates between Narita Airport and Ueno. Keisei Skyliner provides non-stop service to Nippori Station, which offers to easy connections onto JR lines, as well as Ueno. Passengers can travel between the airport and Tokyo without the hassle or stress of transfers or congestion. The Skyliner offers three services each hour.
For the time table and purchasing ticket, please visit their website: http://www.keisei.co.jp/keisei/tetudou/skyliner/us/ae_outline/index.php

Taking Skyliner at Narita Airport

2.2.2JR Line

Take Yamanote Line or Keihintohoku Line at Nippori Station after getting off Skyliner. You can transfer to JR Line at Ueno Station but Nippori Station is easier to transfer since it is a smaller station than Ueno. (less people and less train lines)

Tokyo (日暮里駅) Transfer From Keisei Nippori station To JR Nippori Station.

3By Car

You can take a taxi at the airport, but it is much cheaper if you book in advance. Narita Airporter.jp is the company we usually use for arranging airport transfer for guests.
http://www.naritaairporter.com/

Haneda Airport

Information about the transportation Narita Airport to/from Shinagawa Station (the Prince Hotel Shinagawa is located very close to the Shinagawa Station)
Haneda airport website has great information of transportation. (http://www.haneda-airport.jp/inter/en/access/accessfinding.html).

1By Train

http://www.haneda-airport.jp/inter/en/access/train.html

Keikyu Line and Monorail Route Map
1.1Keikyu Line

Taking Keikyu Line seems the best way to go to Shinagawa station considering time and budget.
https://www.haneda-tokyo-access.com/en/transport/

Keikyu Line

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M9JPoWiouU
This video introduces the way to Asakusa but Shinagawa station is on the way. So this might be useful for your trip.

1.2Monorail + JR Line

After getting off at Hamamatsucho station, take “JR Yamanote Line” or “JR KeihinTohoku Line” to Shinagawa just one stop.
http://www.tokyo-monorail.co.jp/english/

Monorail Line

Transfer from Tokyo Monorail to Yamanote Line

2By Airport Limousine Bus

Airport Limousine Bus Shinagawa/Ebisu route stop at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel where AGA 20 will be held. If you stay at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel taking Airport Limousine Bus is a good option.
https://www.limousinebus.co.jp/en/

3By Car

You can take a taxi at the airport, but it is much cheaper if you book in advance. Narita Airporter.jp is the company we usually use for arranging airport transfer for guests. It is called Narita Airpoirter.jp but they have service to/from Haneda airport as well.
http://www.naritaairporter.com/

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