|Tokyo Airport Shuttles|
|The Haneda Airport is one of two international airports that serve the Tokyo, Japan metro area The Haneda Airport is commonly referred to as the Tokyo International Airport.|
With a friendly and helpful staff manning the terminals, transportation to anyplace in the greater Tokyo area is quickly and easily arranged. The standard compliment of rental cars and shuttles to Tokyo hotels is also available from the terminal if that is your preference, although driving in Tokyo is best left to those who have done it before.
In Tokyo you will find one of the most widespread mass transit systems in the entire world. Getting around on public transportation is both a popular mode of transportation as it is confusing. The array of different district lends itself to confusion. In Tokyo you will find the JR Network, the subways, and private lines as well. If you get a Japan Rail Pass JR trains are free. The subway has frequent runs. Most public transportation runs from 5 am to 1 am each day. Taxis are available all around Tokyo or you can call and request one. Taxis are can be higher but you can usually save on fare if you are splitting the fare with a group of people. If you’ve missed a train you will have to take a taxi. It should come as no surprise that the Haneda has seemingly endless choices when it comes to food, drink, shopping, business services and other amenities.
The best way to describe the airport is world class, from fast food to gourmet dining, from huge, fully equipped conference rooms to a shopping mall that puts most other malls to shame HND airport has it in spades. It’s not a stretch to say the Haneda is among the top 5 airports in the world.
About Tokyo Airport
Alone, Haneda Airport is the 4th busiest airport in the world and the second busiest. The airport has an impressive list of non-stop flights to no fewer than 25 cities in no fewer than 17 different countries. The airport saw nearly 69 million passengers pass through its gates in 2013 alone. Numerous cargo carriers also operate out of Haneda and combined to move approximately 800,000 tons of cargo every year.
HND makes use of three huge terminals to easily handle the massive passenger volume. They are designated as Terminal 1, Terminal 2, and The International Terminal. As you may expect, each terminal at Haneda Airport are beautifully built and remarkably efficient with all the amenities frequent travelers could ever hope for. The airport offers Wi-Fi service and any ground transportation you could imagine are available.
Tokyo International Airport or Haneda Airport as it is more commonly referred to as is abbreviated HND airport; it is located in the Greater Tokyo Area in Japan. The airport itself is in Ota, Tokyo which is 8.7 miles (14 km) south of Tokyo Station; the railway station in downtown Chiyoda, Tokyo. The airport handles more than 66 million passengers each year. Ota itself has a population of more than 676 thousand people. It is one of the southernmost special wards and home to many colleges and universities. It’s a sister city to Salem, Massachusetts in the United States.
Things to do in Tokyo
You can also take a techy detour at Akihabara. Most of the gadget won’t be compatible to plug in if you live in the United States but it can be fun to look around. A ride on the futuristic automated monorail slash train slash bus in the manmade island of Odaiba is a must see. You see bizarre futuristic looking architecture like the Fuji TV, a copy of the Statue of Liberty, and the 270-degree loop that eventually thrusts the train onto the Rainbow Bridge.
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