字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Haneda Airport is Japan's busiest airport. Located only 15 minutes from central Tokyo it is much more conveniently positioned than Narita Airport. Traditionally, Haneda has handled the majority of the city's domestic arrivals and departures. However since it was expanded in 2014 the airport has been servicing an increasing number of international flights. With this in mind, here is a brief overview of how to maneuver through Haneda Airport and get to downtown Tokyo for passengers arriving on international flights. After de-planing, the first stop is immigration. To expedite the process, each passenger should have their disembarkation form filled out before approaching the counter. Here, an officer will ask a few questions about your trip, scan the fingerprints of your index fingers and take your photo. Assuming everything goes well, you can move on to the baggage claim. Everyone arriving on an international flight into Narita Airport except for those connecting to another international flight must collect their checked luggage here this includes passengers connecting to domestic flights. With baggage in hand, Customs is next. Each family will need to hand in a Customs Declaration Form which should be filled out ahead of time. Passengers with items to declare should use the red lanes while those with nothing to declare should go through the green ones. Finally, after clearing Customs, you will enter the public area of the terminal where there are many useful services you may want to take advantage of before leaving the airport, such as Currency exchange & ATMs Wi-Fi and SIM card rentals Information counters Baggage delivery and storage Showers, Nap rooms, and lounges Rental car pick-up and many more Also, if you purchased a Japan Rail Pass, this can be picked-up at the JR EAST Travel Service Center located in the arrival lobby near the Tokyo Monorail ticket gates. If you are transferring to a domestic flight, or need to get to another building there are free shuttle buses that operate frequently between the terminals. When you're ready to leave the airport and head into the city, there are many options to consider In the basement is the Keikyu train which is accessible from the second floor. The first floor has buses and taxis and the third floor has the Tokyo Monorail which can be accessed from either the second or third floors. When choosing between train options, here are some important points to consider The Tokyo Monorail goes directly to Hamamatsucho Station which is on the popular JR Yamanote Line. The trip takes around 15min and does not allow for seat reservations. It is also worth mentioning that while the monorail has space to store luggage, the Yamanote Line does not, and during rush hours both can get quite crowded. Next are the trains operated by the Keikyu Railway. These go primarily to Shinagawa Station, where you can transfer to the Yamanote Line or continue on to the Asakusa Subway Line which leads to Asakusa and Tokyo Skytree, and some of the trains even continue as far as Narita Airport. Keep in mind that these are regular commuter trains which do not have dedicated luggage storage spaces or reserved seating. Aside from trains, the other options for leaving the airport are Airport Limousine buses which go to a variety of locations throughout Tokyo and the surrounding areas And taxis which are the most expensive option, costing between 5,000 to 11,000yen or even more depending on where you're headed. Lastly, in our opinion Haneda is one of the most enjoyable airports in all Japan. With a plethora of dining and entertainment options in the international terminal it's a fun place to spend time and an ideal airport to have a long layover. We hope this video helps you know what to expect when navigating through Haneda Airport. For more information about Haneda or to watch another video, click the links on the screen now or head over to japan-guide.com, your comprehensive, up-to-date travel guide first-hand from Japan. Thanks for watching, and be sure to subscribe for more videos about Japan. Happy travels.