Ueno is a major hub that’s chock full of museums, green spots and temples. It’s in this district that you’ll find the Tokyo National Museum and the National Museum of Western Art, among other educational attractions. Ueno Park and Ueno Zoo are two other popular features of the area. To get from Narita to Ueno, we recommend the following options.
The best ways to get from Narita to Ueno
Fastest (and easiest): By far the quickest and simplest option is to board the Keisei Skyliner from Narita Airport (at either of the terminal stations). This train will take you right to Ueno Station in just 41 minutes for a fee of 2,470 yen one way. You can add in a Tokyo Subway Pass for a couple hundred yen extra.
Cheapest: If you’d like to save some yens, you can take the Keisei Main Line instead. The Limited Express trains (departing from Track 2 and 3 at Narita Airport stations) will get you to Keisei Ueno Station, a 5-10 minute walk from JR Ueno Station, in 90 minutes. To avoid a transfer at Nippori, make sure the train you board terminates at Keisei-Ueno. You’re looking at a total travel cost of just 1,030 yen.
Going somewhere else or want more details on the various routes from Narita to Tokyo? Check out our handy guide.
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