Haneda Airport is located about 30 minutes south of central Tokyo. This airport handles more domestic than international flights, and it is Japan's busiest airport. For cheap flights from Tokyo Haneda Airport, utilize our search tool for finding the cheapest day and month to fly. You can also set up Skyscanner price alerts to let you know when flights on your desired route are at their lowest.
Tokyo Haneda Airport is a hub for Japan's two main domestic airlines: Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways (ANA). Japan Airlines operates out of Terminal 1 and All Nippon from Terminal 2. Other domestic airlines servicing Haneda Airport include:
Besides taking cheap domestic flights from Tokyo Haneda Airport throughout Japan, you can also find cheap international flights from Haneda, such as ANA's and Qantas non-stop flights to Sydney, Australia. Take a trip to Sydney to experience the wondrous, UNESCO-listed Sydney Opera House or enjoy the Circular Quay where you can take a harbor cruise. Perhaps a domestic flight to Okinawa is on your agenda, where you can enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving there in the Ryukyo Islands.
It will take you about 30 minutes to get to Haneda Airport by train for about $5.80. The Tokyo Monorail connects to Hamamatsucho Station on the JR Yamanote Line. Use your Japan Rail Pass and other train passes that are accepted on the monorail. Keep in mind that the monorail does not run after midnight. Keikyo Railways also has a connection to the airport via the Asakusa Subway Line and Shinagawa Station. There are also limousine buses operating from various spots in Tokyo, including from major hotels. Taking a taxi to Haneda Airport may cost anywhere from $45 to $90 depending upon how far you are from the airport and the time of day you need to travel, with surcharges added on for late nights, between 10:00 pm and 5:00 am.
Have your luggage delivered from your Tokyo home to the airport using the airport's Luggage Delivery Service. Pick up your bags at the counter in the departure lobby at the counters on the second and third floors. There are also coin lockers on these floors you can use for up to seven days to store items.
If you have a delay while awaiting your flight from Tokyo Haneda Airport and would like to take a shower, there are shower rooms available at the arrival lobby on the second floor. For about $10 you can enjoy 30-minutes of shower time, with towels, shampoo, conditioner, soap and hair dryer provided.
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