How to Travel from Narita or Haneda Airport During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Poste date: Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Due to the current situation as a result of the spread of Covid-19, the Japanese government requests that all nationals arriving from all regions not use public transportation such as trains, buses, taxis, domestic flights, and passenger ships.

All those arriving in Japan are asked to stay—for 14 days—at a location designated by the quarantine station chief (such as one's own residence, a friend's house, a monthly apartment, or at a hotel you've booked by yourself).

How to Travel to a Designated Location from Narita and Haneda Airport

As the use of public transportation is not allowed, the only travel options for getting to your designated location is to either use a private car (arranged by your family, friends or company etc.), a rental car, chauffeured services, or limousine bus services.

English-Speaking Pick-Up Services from Narita and Haneda Airport

There are several companies that provide chauffeured services from Tokyo's airports and some of them even have English-Speaking drivers.

Heisei Enterprise

Heisei Enterprise provides hired cars that haven taken measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Their cars will pick you up safely and transport you from Narita Airport and Haneda Airport to your home or to your designated location. All drivers speak English.

Fares

From Narita Airport to Tokyo (23 wards)

¥30,000 〜

From Haneda Airport to:

Tokyo (23 wards)
¥13,000 〜

Tokyo (other areas)
¥15,000 〜

Kanagawa
¥18,000 〜

Ibaraki
¥45,000 〜

Aomori
¥220,000 〜

More areas are available from Haneda airport. 

Contact Heisei Enterprise for exact quotes.

 

Measures taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus

・Wearing a mask

・A protective film is installed between the driver's seat and the back seat areas

・Thorough temperature measurement of the driver, thorough physical condition management, regular hand washing and gargling, and thorough hand disinfection with alcohol sanitizer

・Opening windows and for proper ventilation inside the car

・Providing disinfectant and a mask for passengers

・Thoroughly disinfect any and all surfaces that you touch by using alcohol before and after boarding

Airport Limousine Bus

The airpot limousine bus offers a special bus service for foreign arrivals. The buses leave from Haneda and Narita airport and arrive at the following hotels listed below.

Akasaka Area
The Okura Tokyo
ANA InterContinental Tokyo
New Otani
The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel
Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

Shinjuku Area
Century Southern Tower
Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku
Keio Plaza Hotel
Hyatt Regency Tokyo
Shinjuku Washington Hotel
Park Hyatt Tokyo
Hilton Tokyo

Reservation and more details: Airport Transport Service

More Options

The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has created a list of transport companies that provide vehicles that are taking appropriate measures to protect passengers and drivers from the spread of the coronavirus.

The List of Airport Transport Companies by Japan Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare

Information Related to Covid-19

Please also refer to these articles below for more information.

Covid-19: The Current Situation in Japan and Countermeasures

Where to Call and Ask Questions about Covid-19 in English in Tokyo

Where to Get a Covid-19 PCR Test and a Certificate for Travel from Japan

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