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Walking Food Tour of Shibuya at Night

Walking Food Tour of Shibuya at Night
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Explore the streets of Shibuya on a 3 hour walking food tour. Experience a part of Shibuya that no tourist will ever see on their own with the most delicious food only locals usually get to taste. Get the chance to try <em>Okonomiyaki</em>, <em>Gyoza nabe, Chicken namba, Yakisoba </em>and<em></em> other regional foods from the south of Japan. Nestled in the backalleys, these places are unforgettable and an experience you wont want to miss.

2-Day Mt Fuji and Kyoto Rail Tour by Bullet Train from Tokyo

2-Day Mt Fuji and Kyoto Rail Tour by Bullet Train from Tokyo
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Combine a visit to Mt Fuji with a bullet train ride and Kyoto sightseeing on this activity-filled 2-day tour from Tokyo. Day 1 introduces you to Japan's natural beauty with a drive up Mt Fuji by coach, a cruise on Lake Ashi and a ride on the Komagatake Ropeway. Experience another Japan must-do with a high-speed adventure on the bullet train (aka Shinkansen) to Kyoto, where you'll spend Day 2 exploring this important city and its many cultural attractions, such as Nijo Castle and the Golden Pavilion. You can either stay in Kyoto on your own after your tour, or return to Tokyo by bullet train. Choose from four hotel options.

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Tokyo (Haneda) Airport Train Recommendations


 
IHateTaxis.com recommends the Tokyo (Haneda) Airport train service.

The train is a very efficient and easy way to get just about anywhere in Japan.


Tokyo (Haneda) Airport Train Rates & Fares


Monorail fare is JPY 600 one way. Keihin Kyuko Railway to Shinagawa is JPY 400 and JPY 470 to Yokoham.


Tokyo (Haneda) Airport Train Details

Tokyo International (Haneda) Airport Train

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Keikyu Railways run Haneda Airport train services from the Keikyu Haneda Station, located between terminals 1 and 2. To reach the Haneda Airport train station, use the pedestrian walkway which connects the two terminals. There are train services that connect the Tokyo (Haneda) Airport with the Asakusa Subway Line, Shinagawa Station in Tokyo and the prefectures of Yokohama and Kanagawa. Tokyo Monorail run a service from Haneda Airport. There are two monorail stations at the airport, one at Terminal 1 and the other at Terminal 2. The monorail runs to Hamamatsucho Station, from where it is possible to transfer to the JR Yamanote Line or the JR Sobu/Yokusaka Line.

 

Monorail System to Central Tokyo: Tokyo (Haneda) Airport is connected to the city centre by a monorail to Hamamatsucho station in Tokyo city. The monorail stops at both Terminals 1 and 2 (but not 3). Connections are possible at Hamamatsucho to the Yamanote Line to other parts of the city. It runs daily every 10 mins 05:30-23:00. This route is from Haneda Airport Terminal 2 to:


  • Haneda Airport Terminal 1
  • Shin Seibijo
  • Tenkubashi
  • Seibijo
  • Showajima
  • Ryutsu Centre
  • Oi Keibajo Mae
  • Tennozu Isle
  • Hamamatsucho


Travel time to Hamamatsucho is around 20 minutes.

 

Keihin Kyuko Railway to Yokohama: The Keihin Kyuko Railway runs to Shingawa Station and Yokohama station. Some trains connect with the Keisei and Oshiage Lines. The route is from the HND Tokyo International (Haneda) Airport Basement level (between the 2 terminals) to:


  • Tenkubashi
  • Anamoriinari
  • Otorii
  • Kojiya
  • Keikyu-kamata
  • Zoshiki
  • Rokugodote
  • Yokohama


Transfer time to Shingawa is around 20 minutes and to Yokohama, 25-30 minutes.




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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017