字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Narita Airport is located in Chiba prefecture and is one of Tokyo's two main airports, the other being Haneda Airport which is closer to the city center. Narita handles a majority of Tokyo's international flights and is the first place in Japan many visitors must navigate. With this in mind, here is a brief overview of how to maneuver through Narita Airport and get to downtown Tokyo when arriving on an international flight. 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 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 one of the two JR EAST Travel Service Centers located in the basements of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. When you're ready to leave the airport and head into Tokyo there are many options to consider. In the basements of Terminals 1 and 2 are train stations, and bus stops are located on floor 1 of all three terminals. The most popular train routes are: The JR Narita Express or (NEX) which goes directly to Tokyo Station as well as a few other major downtown stations. The NEX has comfortable seats and convenient luggage storage but is also the most expensive option. The Keisei SkyLiner which is the fastest train option and goes to Nippori and Ueno stations. Like the NEX, the Skyliner is also has nice seats and luggage storage, but is a bit expensive. And finally, there are two types of slower, but cheaper, Keisei Limited Express trains. One that goes to Nippori and Ueno and another that goes to Asakusa and continues all the way to Haneda Airport. Note that these are regular commuter trains that do not allow for seat reservations and can get crowded during rush hours. For buses there are two main types: The expensive Airport Limousine buses which go to a variety of locations throughout the city including Tokyo station and many major hotels. And discount shuttle buses which go primarily to Tokyo Station. Finally, it is possible to take a taxi from Narita, however this option is quite expensive and will set you back around 20,000 yen to get into the city. We hope this video helps you know what to expect when navigating through Narita Airport. For more information about Narita 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.