Tokyo International Airport, also known as Tokyo Haneda Airport or Haneda Airport, is one of the two major airports serving the Greater Tokyo Area in Japan. It is situated the special ward of Ōta in Tokyo, 14 kilometres south of Tokyo Station. Haneda Airport serves as a primary base for two major domestic airlines in Japan: Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. It is also a hub for low-cost carriers such as Air Do, Skymark Airlines, Solaseed Air, and StarFlyer. Tokyo's other primary international airport is the Narita International Airport, which is located 57.5 kilometres east of Tokyo Station.
What to see & do
Tokyo Skytree - Tokyo Skytree is a tower in Sumida that contains several restaurants, is used as an observation tower, and serves as the primary television and radio broadcast site for Tokyo's Kantō region. At a height of 634.0 metres, the Tokyo Skytree is the tallest structure in Japan, the tallest tower in the world, and the second tallest structure in the world. At night, the tower is illuminated with two patterns that alternate daily using LED lights.
Tokyo DisneySea - Tokyo DisneySea is a massive theme park situated in the Tokyo Disney Resort in Urayasu, Chiba, just outside Tokyo. The amusement park was built with the overall intention of creating a Disney theme park that catered more to the adults, with faster and scarier rides, as well as live shows that were designed for a more mature audience. The park's seven themed areas are the World Bazaar, the two mini-lands Critter Country and Mickey's Toontown, and the Disney classics, Adventureland, Westernland, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland.
Harajuku – It refers to the geographic area that stretches from Harajuku Station to Omotesando. The area is famous for being the centre of Japanese youth culture and fashion, where the fashion-savvy locals flaunt their unique style, and where one can be most updated with the latest fashion trends. Harajuku also boasts of lots of trendy cafes and restaurants in addition to plenty of shopping opportunities, from independent boutiques to high-end international luxury brands. Other popular tourist attractions near Harajuku are the Yoyogi Park, Yoyogo National Gymnasium, and the Meiji shrine.
How to get around within Tokyo
The Greater Tokyo Area is served by an extensive network of train, subway, and bus lines that are operated by several different companies. The transit system is absolutely safe, punctual, efficient, and fast, but can be very confusing for first-timers. Travellers are advised to purchase the prepaid fare cards because it is more convenient. Rides on the JR trains are free if you have a Japan Rail Pass. Bus service covers areas that aren't accessible by train, and have fixed fares regardless of distance. Taxi service is quite expensive, but is sometimes the best choice for when trains are no longer running, you're travelling in a group, or are completely lost. Rush hour in Tokyo is before 9:30 AM and about 4:30 PM onwards.
How to get there
Flights that arrive at Narita International Airport depart from major airports such as those in Busan, Paris, Auckland, Milan, Rome, Venice, Bangkok, Seoul, London, Hong Kong, Taipei, Cebu, Frankfurt, Cairns, Sydney, Singapore, Los Angeles, Chicago, Istanbul, and Honolulu.
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