There are Asakusabashi Stations of JR and of Toei Subway,
both outside the area which is usually called as Asakusa.
[By JR lines]
In a case
where the west exit of JR Asakusabashi Station is convenient
for you to get to your accommodation,
the following JR route is worth considering,
though JR Rapid trains do not frequently depart from the stations in NRT T1 and T2.
: Narita Airport --[JR lines: Rapid train]--
Kinshicho (#1) --[JR Sobu Line (#2): Local train]-- Asakusabashi.
(#1) (#2) The "o" in "Kinshicho" | "Sobu" is pronounced long.
- JR East: Map (in Japanese) of Kinshicho Station https://www.jreast.co.jp/estation/stations/609.html
JR Asakusabashi Station is on Sobu Line's section for the Local service only.
The west exit is accessible from the platforms by elevators.
To get to the east exit,
you have to go down two staircases, inside and outside the ticket gate.
- JR East: Map (in Japanese) of Asakusabashi Station https://www.jreast.co.jp/estation/stations/47.html
[By Keisei and Toei Subway lines]
Toei Subway Asakusabashi Station is skipped by some trains.
When you catch a train at a Keisei station,
it may be uneasy to tell whether the train is to make a stop at Asakusabashi or not.
After your train leaves Oshiage Station (A-20),
if the next stop is made not at Honjo-azumabashi but at Asakusa (A-18),
that train is to skip Asakusabashi Station;
you at Asakusa Station can catch a train
which is in the service other than
Airport Limited Express (#3)
and then disembark at (A-16) Asakusabashi.
- Toei Subway: Map (in Japanese) of Asakusabashi Station https://www.kotsu.metro.tokyo.jp/subway/stations/asakusabashi/i/solid....
- Keisei Electric Railway: Guide on stops https://www.keisei.co.jp/keisei/tetudou/railmap/railmap.pdf
(#3) Limited Express trains which are indicated without "Airport" and the airplane mark
make a stop at at (A-16) Asakusabashi. i looked up on the internet that i need to take keisei narita sky access
Until (Keisei) Takasago or Aoto Station,
you alternatively can travel by Keisei Main Line.
At the Keisei station in NRT T1 or T2
: To catch a train which is to go on Narita SKY ACCESS Line,
you pass through only the entrance gate.
: To catch a train which is to go on Keisei Main Line,
you pass through both the entrance gate and the intermediate gate.
Trains departing from the Keisei stations in NRT
for destinations other than
are Keisei-Toei through trains,
which continue beyond Oshiage onto Toei Subway Asakusa Line.
In a case where you take a Keisei train for Ueno,
you can change to a Keisei-Toei through train
either at (Keisei) Takasago Station or at Aoto Station.