How much is the train from Narita Airport to Tokyo?

The most comfortable way of travel between Narita Airport and Tokyo Station is the JR Narita Express (NEX). The one way journey takes roughly one hour, costs around 3000 yen and is fully covered by the Japan Rail Pass, JR Tokyo Wide Area Pass and some other JR passes. There are departures every 30 to 60 minutes.

Is there a day pass for Tokyo subway?

Tokyo Metro 24-hour Ticket A ticket allows unlimited rides on Tokyo Metro for 24 hours from first use. Tickets can be bought in advance or on the day. Valid for 24 hours after first use on the day of purchase(Please be aware that the ticket will become invalid if not used on the day of purchase.)

Can I use JR Pass in Narita Express?

Yes. The JR Pass is valid on the JR lines that connects the main airports to the main cities. If you land in Narita Airport, you can take the Narita Express to connect to Tokyo, Shinagawa, Shinjuku and Ikebukuro stations.

Is Narita Terminal 1 and 2 connected?

The terminal shuttle bus traveling time between Terminals 1 & 2 is about 10 minutes and between Terminals 1 & 3 is also about 10 minutes. Traveling between Terminals 2 & 3 will take about 6 minutes on foot or about 10 minutes by direct shuttle bus.

Does JR pass cover NEX?

The JR East Pass covers the NEX, Hokuriku and Joetsu Shinkansen lines serving Nagano and Niigata, along with other regional services. There is only one option of pass, covering 5 days of use within a 14-day period from its date of activation.

How much is Tokyo subway day pass?

600 yen
Tokyo Metro fares range from 170 to 320 yen depending on how far you travel. A one day pass for unlimited use of Tokyo Metro on one calendar day is available for 600 yen.

How much does a subway ticket cost in Tokyo?

On sale at all stations. Regular Tickets cost 170 yen, 200 yen, 250 yen, 290 yen, and 320 yen depending on the distance traveled. If you travel the same distance frequently, save by buying Coupon Tickets.

Is NEX covered in JR Pass?

While the Keisei Skyliner is slightly faster than the NEX, only the NEX is covered by the Japan Rail (JR) Pass, unlike the Skyliner which is not covered, making the NEX a popular choice for international visitors.