Narita Airport (NRT) is one of the busiest airports in Japan. It’s considered one of Tokyo’s two airports (the other is Haneda Airport). However, it’s actually located about 60 kilometers away from Tokyo in the city of Narita, Chiba Prefecture. The airport serves as the main international gateway to Japan.
Narita Airport has three terminals and two runways. All terminals offer a wide range of facilities including shops, restaurants, and lounges for passengers to relax in.
There are a number of ways to get between central Tokyo and Narita Airport. Narita Airport has two train stations, Terminal 1 Station and Terminal 2/3 Station. Both stations service JR and Keisei Lines, including the Narita Express and Keisei Skyliner. You can also use a Limousine Bus or taxi to get into the city. To get between terminals, there is a free shuttle bus.
For those who have longer layovers, Narita Airport offers the Narita Transit Program. This program includes guided tours to nearby attractions such as Naritasan Shinshōji Temple and Narita City. It also organizes exhibitions and art displays within the airport.