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Int terminal to domestic at Haneda late night 2019/2/15 01:57
Hello
I have flight scheduled to arrive at 01.00 in the morning at Haneda international terminal.
Im planning to spend the night at First Cabin capsule hotel at domestic terminal but i realize that the shuttle bus and trains already stopped operating at midnite.
Is there any way to reach domestic terminal from international terminal?
Is walking possible? or do i have to take taxi?
If i have to take taxi, how difficult to get one late at night at haneda?

Thanks!
by IC (guest)  

Re: Int terminal to domestic at Haneda late night 2019/2/15 10:24
by Cipozan (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Int terminal to domestic at Haneda late night 2019/2/15 13:36
Looking at First cabinfs homepage, scroll down to Access.
Therefs a shuttle available for g<International Terminal> In the early morning, you can use the hotel shuttle bus (free of charge) for hotel guests. h

PDF time table
https://d3r4ynpxxl5tuw.cloudfront.net/uploads/hotel/desc_access_detail...

However, you might want to contact them and clarify the time and location to pick up the shuttle as you know yr arrival time.Also the question of taxi.
I donft think you can walk. Ifve only used the shuttle during the day between international/domestic.
by grobea rate this post as useful

Re: Int terminal to domestic at Haneda late night 2019/2/17 18:24
Is walking possible? or do i have to take taxi?
If i have to take taxi, how difficult to get one late at night at haneda?


https://namikawablog.com/2016/07/22/haneda-airport/

This blog explains how you can transfer between international/domestic terminal after the time limit of the shuttle bus (24:00). Yes you can walk, but it will take 35 min (2.8 km). Taxi is available 24 hrs.

http://www.haneda-airport.jp/inter/en/faq/faq_midnight_early_morning.h...

The fare shown in the above blog was 1090 yen, but this time the blogger went from domestic to international terminal so the fare might be different when you go the other way.
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