Narita Express / N’EX Timetable
Running from Narita Airport to Tokyo Station – with some services also continuing onto Shinagawa, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Ikekukuro along with Yokohama and Omiya – the Narita Express (N’EX) is one of the primary forms of transport to and from the airport. On this page you will find the following information:
It is important to note that all services stop at Tokyo Station, with a limited number each day servicing the stations above. A couple of other stations are also the line however the stations listed above the ones most of interest to international visitors.
The NEX stops at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 at Narita Airport. Passengers arriving or departing from Terminal 3 can use the corridor that connects it to Terminal 2, to board or disembark the train there. A one-way journey from the airport to Tokyo Station costs JPY3070 per adult or JPY4640 per adult for a Green Car reservation. To Shinagawa, Shibuya, Shinjuku or Ikebukuro costs JPY3250 or JPY4820 for a Green Car Reservation. To Omiya costs JPY3910 or JPY5480 and to Yokohama costs JPY4370 or JPY5940. Return tickets are also available – see our ‘Narita Express (N’EX)’ page for details.
TIMETABLE FROM NARITA TO TOKYO
For full details, please refer to the Narita Express (NEX) timetable from Narita.
At this time, the earliest service departs Narita Airport at 07:43 and arrives at Tokyo Station at 09:05. The latest service departs at 21:44 and arrives at Tokyo at 22:43. Please note, the current NEX timetable has been significantly reduced due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on international travel. The usual schedule includes a far greater number of services each day.
TIMETABLE FROM TOKYO TO NARITA
For full details, please refer to the Narita Express (NEX) timetable to Narita.
At this time, the earliest service departs Tokyo Station at 06:18 and arrives at Narita Airport at 07:18. The latest service departs Tokyo at 20:03 and arrives at Narita at 21:14. Please note, the current NEX timetable has been significantly reduced due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on international travel. The usual schedule includes a far greater number of services each day.
WHERE TO STAY IN TOKYO?
Not just the largest city in Japan but also the largest city in the world, Tokyo is a sprawling giant that must be experienced at least once. Knowing where to stay when visiting Tokyo can make a huge difference when it comes to getting around the city and ultimately, getting the most out of your time there. Our ‘Where To Stay In Tokyo?’ page breakdowns the best areas to stay including accommodation listings.
PLAN YOUR VISIT TO JAPAN
The Narita Express is just one part of Japan’s fantastic rail network. Unfathomable in its size and efficiency, moving around the country by train is easy and comfortable opening-up all regions of Japan for exploration. Our ‘Plan Your Visit’ page has everything you need to know about visiting Japan – from tips on the best time to travel, times to avoid, entering and exiting the country, money matters, staying connected, accommodation, staying safe and healthy and plenty more to ensure that you get the most out of your time here.