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Haneda to Hatchobori 2018/2/4 13:07
Hi everyone,

I'm aware that similar questions have already been asked but I can't seem to find the exact answer I'm looking for. I'm arriving at Haneda and I need to travel to Wise Owls Hostel right next to Hatchobori Station. Looking at the options, it seems the limousine bus might be most convenient, particularly as I don't want the stress of trying to catch late night trains.

However, I'm a bit confused about where to the buses stop. There seem to be only a few major stops but loads of hotels listed. Do the buses stop at all these hotels? Or can I request it to stop at one close to my hostel? Or are they just listed as they are close to the normal bus stops?

This is the site I have been looking at: http://www.limousinebus.co.jp/en/

Really appreciate your help!

Barney
by Dizzybee  

Re: Haneda to Hatchobori 2018/2/4 22:13
Hello.
Simple way for you is going to Tokyo station. And transfer to Keiyo Line or Tokyo Metro.
Both will bring youto Hattyobori Station.
Please refer the following site. ( This shows you the location of Keiyo Line )
http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/stations/e1039.html

Thanks.
by Frenzy (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Haneda to Hatchobori 2018/2/4 23:45
What day and time will yr flight land on HND?

You can take the regular commuter train,(cheaper than bus)
you can easily go to the next "Takaracho stn" of (Subway) Toei Asakusa line
where placed just a short walk away(flat) without any transfer.
https://goo.gl/maps/FDFmRpEeeJu
This time zone trains go in the opposite direction to commuters, so you do not have any stress.
Also, around Takarucho stn including the hotel is a one of business town ,
there is few walkers and traffic without taxies at late night, see the street view.
If you walk along the main street, convenience store on the way.
https://goo.gl/maps/Sr6X5n7cvLu

There is also an elevator at Takaracho stn if it is with big luggage, go to "A7" exit.
https://www.kotsu.metro.tokyo.jp/subway/stations/takaracho.html#solid

The Limo bus does not stop near your hotel and that rail stn placed deep underground,
so it is inconvenient to think about transfer.
If you are not solo or big luggage with, you can choice of taxi fr Tokyo stn Yaesu(Eest side) exit.
Meaning "Yaesu" is not "East", just a town(land) name of Tokyo stn east side area.
by 10neb (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Haneda to Hatchobori 2018/2/5 02:28
When in the day is your flight arrival scheduled?
Does your hostel know that you will appear late?

Frenzy:
Simple way for you is going to Tokyo station.

I cannot recommend this way, unless you are a backpacker or you take a taxi.

And transfer to Keiyo Line or Tokyo Metro.
Both will bring you to Hattyobori Station.

Any of the two routes is not as simple as it may look.

Limousine buses get to Yaesu North Entrance of JR Tokyo Station,
which is on the east side of its main building.
Keiyo Line tracks are
on the 4th basement of the annex to the south of the main building,
far away both vertically and horizontally from the Yaesu limousine bus stop.

When you catch a taxi near this entrance of JR Tokyo Station,
you may arrive to your Hatchobori hostel in around 10 minutes,
which is much faster, simpler and easier than going by railway.
The one-way taxi fare is estimated at around 900 yen per car per ride.

Tokyo Metro Tokyo Station is
to the west of JR Tokyo Station's main building, near its Marunouchi side,
therefore much away from the bus stop on its Yaesu side.
(Limousine bus for the Marunouchi side are not available during late hours.)
And there is no direct train between subway Tokyo and Hatchobori Stations.

10neb:
Meaning "Yaesu" is not "East", just a town(land) name of Tokyo stn east side area.

JR Tokyo Station is mostly in Marunouchi district.
Its Yaesu entrances are around the boundary
between Marunouchi in Chiyoda City and Yaesu in Chuo City,
and there are some facilitates whose name says "Marunouchi" also on the Yaesu side.

So, when you try to find your way in or around JR Tokyo Station,
please pay attention to signs for its gates and entrances/exits,
rather than those for nearby hotels and buildings.
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