Haneda Airport (Hc`, Haneda Kūkō, HND), formally known as Tokyo International Airport, is located less than 30 minutes south of central Tokyo, considerably closer to the city center than Narita Airport, Tokyo's other airport. Compared to Narita Airport, Haneda Airport handles significantly more domestic flights, but fewer international flights. With over 80 million passengers per year overall, Haneda Airport is by far Japan's busiest airport and ranks among the world's five busiest airports.

Haneda Airport was opened in 1931. In 1978, the then newly constructed Narita Airport took over most of Tokyo's international air traffic, while Haneda Airport was designated to handle the capital's domestic air traffic. Haneda Airport resumed handling an increased number of international flights in 2010 with the completion of a new runway and a new international terminal building.

Today, Haneda has three terminal buildings. Terminal 3 handles most of the airport's international flights and offers a pleasant range of dining, shopping and entertainment options. Domestic flights use the airport's two other terminals: terminal 1, which is mainly used by JAL, and terminal 2, which is mainly used by ANA and also handles some international ANA flights.

Free shuttle buses operate frequently between all terminal buildings (outside of the security check). Transit passengers may also use the monorail or Keikyu Railway for free if they get a special transit pass at the information counter. In addition, ANA and JAL operate direct buses for checked-through passengers between the secure areas of their respective terminals.

How to travel between Haneda Airport and Odaiba

By limousine bus
Direct, 15-20 minutes, 630 yen, 1 connection per hour
Limousine buses to Haneda Airport depart the Hotel Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba on Odaiba about once per hour. The one way journey takes 15-20 minutes (without traffic delays) and costs 630 yen. Some buses also serve the Fuji TV Building, Palette Town, Tokyo Big Sight and a few other hotels in the area.

By Rinkai Line and Tokyo Monorail
1 transfer, 25 minutes, 560 yen, frequent connections
Take the Rinkai Line from Tokyo Teleport Station on Odaiba to Tennozu Isle Station (3 minutes, 210 yen) and transfer to the Tokyo Monorail to Haneda Airport (15 minutes, 350 yen).

Above fees refer to transportation to/from terminal 3. Fees to terminals 1 and 2 may be slightly higher. The fees and schedules are subject to change. For the current yen exchange rate, click here.

Means of access to/from Haneda Airport

Keikyu Railways

15 minutes, 300 yen to Shinagawa Station
First arrival at 5:29; last departure at 0:01
Keikyu Railways connects Haneda Airport with Tokyo's Shinagawa Station and the Asakusa Subway Line, as well as Yokohama and Kanagawa Prefecture. Keikyu offers discount ticket packages to arriving tourists that combine the Keikyu ride from the airport to central Tokyo with day passes for the subway lines by Tokyo Metro and/or Toei.

Limousine Bus

30-80 minutes, 630-2000 yen to various places in central Tokyo
First arrivals around 4:30; last departures around 2:00
Multiple bus companies offer connections to various places in Tokyo and neighboring prefectures, including direct connections to major hotels.


A taxi ride into central Tokyo typically costs between 5,000 and 11,000 yen depending on the destination and time of the day (there is a surcharge during late night; typically 20% between 10pm and 5am).

Hotels around the airport

Terminal 3 is open 24 hours and could serve vigorous budget travelers as a place to spend their first or last night. For more comfort, each of the airport's three terminals comes with one hotel inside:

Two Villa Fontaine hotels are scheduled to newly open in the near future in the Haneda Airport Garden complex which is connected to terminal 3:

Accessible by free shuttle buses from the airport are a few hotels around the Otorii and Anamori-Inari Stations of the Keikyu Airport Line. The shuttle buses typically operate from around 4am to around midnight:

Late night and early morning flights

Some international flights arrive and depart in the early morning (between 4am and 6am) and the late evening (between 10pm and 2am). Travelers with flights arriving after 10pm or departing before 7am should note that public transportation to/from central Tokyo does not run 24 hours and are advised to use a hotel at the airport. Taxis remain available, but are a relatively expensive option with fares to central Tokyo costing between around 6,000 (Shinagawa area) and 11,000 (Ikebukuro area) yen in the late evening and early morning.

Late night transportation

The Tokyo Monorail and Keikyu Railways stop operation shortly after midnight. The last services still provide a connection to the JR Yamanote Line at Hamamatsucho Station and Shinagawa Station respectively, from where the Yamanote Line can take you to most of Tokyo's main districts, including Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ikebukuro and Tokyo Station by around 1am. But note that many hotels do not allow late-hour check-ins.

Airport bus companies operate a few late-night connections from Haneda Airport's terminal 3 to various places in Tokyo and Yokohama until around 2am, but note that they are more expensive than buses departing before midnight (typically twice the regular fare).

Early morning transportation

The first connections to the airport by the Tokyo Monorail and Keikyu Railways arrive at terminal 3 around 5:15 and 5:30 respectively, while early morning buses from central Tokyo and Yokohama start arriving around 4:30.

Hotels around Tokyo

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      Set in the Ota Ward district in Tokyo, 5 km from Tokyo International Airport Terminal No2 Observation Deck, HISAYO'S INN features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Each room has air conditioning and a safety deposit box. A shared kitchen comes with a refrigerator, stovetop, microwave, toaster and electric kettle. Bathrooms are shared and include free toiletries, towels, hairdryer, mouthwash and toothpaste. You will find a washing machine, tumble dryer and electrical adapter. Guests can try Japanese traditional haori jacket and have their photos taken free of charge. Rental bikes are available, and the staff can assist guests try on a yukata robe for female at a fee. Free luggage storage service is offered. Bike hire is available at this guest house and the area is popular for cycling. Oedo Onsen Monogatari is 8 km from HISAYO'S INN, while Fuji TV Odaiba is 9 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 3 km from HISAYO'S INN.
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    • 328 Hostel & Lounge
      Located just a 5-minute train ride from Haneda Airport, 328 Hostel & Lounge offers cosy accommodation fitted with free WiFi and a shared kitchen. Anamori Inari Train Station is a 5-minute walk away. The hostel offers modern dormitory rooms with air conditioning. Shared bathrooms come with a hairdryer. Guests at the 328 Hostel can unwind at the common lounge, or prepare their own meals at the kitchen. The hotel is a 15-minute train ride from Shinagawa Train Station.
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    • M-1 Tokyo Nishikojiya 1-II
      In the Ota Ward district of Tokyo, close to Omori Hachiman Shrine, M-1 Tokyo Nishikojiya 1-II has free WiFi and a washing machine. The property was built in 2019 and features accommodation with a balcony. Offering 1 bedroom, this air-conditioned apartment features 1 bathroom with a bath and a hairdryer. A flat-screen TV is available. Miwa Itsukushima Shrine is 1.5 km from the apartment, while Uramori Inari Shrine is 1.6 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 4 km from M-1 Tokyo Nishikojiya 1-II.
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      In the Ota Ward district of Tokyo, close to Showa no Kurashi Museum, M-1 Tokyo Shimomaruko features free WiFi and a washing machine. The property was built in 2018 and has accommodation with a balcony. With 1 bedroom, this air-conditioned apartment features 1 bathroom with a bidet, a shower and a hairdryer. A flat-screen TV with satellite channels is featured. Ota Folk Museum is 3.7 km from the apartment, while Tokujo-ji Temple is 5 km away. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 8 km from M-1 Tokyo Shimomaruko.
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    • Universal Haneda
      Situated in Tokyo, 6 km from Tokyo International Airport Terminal No2 Observation Deck and 10 km from Happoen Garden, Universal Haneda provides accommodation with free WiFi. The accommodation is air conditioned and is equipped with a hot tub. Each unit features a terrace, a flat-screen TV, a well-fitted kitchen and a private bathroom with bath and free toiletries. A balcony with city views is offered in every unit. Tokyo Tower is 12 km from the apartment, while Tokyo Gate Bridge is 12 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 6 km from Universal Haneda.
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    • M-1 Tokyo Minamikamata
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      Guesthouse Sensu is located in Tokyo, 4.3 km from Tokyo International Airport Terminal No2 Observation Deck and 8 km from Oedo Onsen Monogatari. You will find a shared kitchen at the property. Fuji TV Odaiba is 9 km from Guesthouse Sensu, while Tokyo Joypolis is 9 km away. Tokyo Haneda International Airport is 3 km from the property.
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    • Tmark City Hotel Tokyo Omori
      Conveniently located just a minute's walk away from Omorikaigan Station, Tmark City Hotel Tokyo Omori features simple and modern rooms in Tokyo. There is a 24-hour front desk on site and free WiFi is provided throughout the property. All guest rooms feature a 4K LCD TV, a coffee machine and a desk. Sealy mattresses are used on all beds for a comfortable stay. Tokyo Haneda Airport is a 20-minute train ride away from the property on Keikyu-Kuko Line. JR Omori Station is a 10-minute walk from Tmark City Hotel Tokyo Omori. Parking is available according to availability.
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    • Guest house SHIE SHIMI
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    • Hotel Oriental Express Tokyo Kamata
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