Haneda Airport to Hakuba

Haneda Airport to Hakuba – Haneda Airport is situated slightly closer to both Tokyo City, Hakuba and Myoko. Because of this your travel times will be shortened slightly. Like Narita Airport it is well set up and offers a variety of travel options plus takkyubin (luggage delivery services) and vendors selling pre-paid sim cards. 

TIP – When booking flights to Tokyo, choose Haneda over Narita if the price justifies it.

Tip – If you are spending anytime in Tokyo before coming to Hakuba, send some of your luggage direct to Morino Lodge using the takkyubin  (japan wide luggage delivery service) service you`ll see as you exit customs.

Tip – If your plan is to do some travelling in Japan beyond Hakuba, you should consider the JR (Japan Rail) Pass – note: this must be purchased before arriving in the country. Tit`s great value if you`re going to take more than 3 long distance trains during your stay

  1. Direct Airport Shuttle – This service is by far the easiest option for those weary travelers who do not wish to think about more traveling, luggage and kids. We can arrange for a direct shuttle up to your Chalet or Morino Lodge’s front door. They can accommodate for large and small groups or even single travelers. The driver will be holding a placard with your name on it at arrivals ready to assist you – it doesn’t get much easier than this! Rates directly to our front door are 15,200yen/adult, 11,400yen/children under 16 & 6,100yen for kids under 6.
  2. Nagano Snow Shuttle – This is a pre booked bus service which operates from outside Terminal 2 directly up to Hakuba Happo Bus Station Myoko Kogen Akakura Bus Stop. It is super convenient and runs four times daily between 17th DEC 2016 and 12th MARCH 2017. It is important to note that due to its popularity it does fill up very quickly. Look here for Nagano Snow Shuttle fare & times.
  3. Tokyo Monorail– This service is a short 30 to 40min trip into Tokyo Station and Ueno Station via an easy one stop change at Hamamatsucho station where you will need to change over onto to the Yamanote Line. It runs very frequently from terminal 2 and costs around 1000yen.
  4. Keikyu Line–  Another option is to travel on the Keikyu Line. This is better if you wish to get to Shinjuku Express Bus Terminal and Shinjuku Station, you will still need to transfer at Shinagawa and jump on the JR Yokosuka line to get there. This is also a very frequent service from terminal 2 and will cost around 900yen.
  5. Limousine Bus– There are a number of buses that connect the airport with Tokyo and surrounding areas. This service is the most direct option if you wish to reach Shinjuku Area. It leaves every 15mins from Terminal 1, costs around 1200yen and will take roughly 30mins to reach Shinjuku Station where you there is a short walk to Shinjuku Express Bus Terminal.