Being able to access your hotel or place of stay with ease once you have arrived tops many a traveler's wish list. Luckily, the airports in Japan's major cities are very well connected with express trains, bus routes, taxi and rental car options, providing you with convenient access to your final destination. Some prior research on transport timetables and how to make reservations will make things even easier for your onward journey.
Flying directly into the metropolis from worldwide destinations has become a reality thanks to the development of Haneda, Tokyo's city airport.
Narita Airport is one of two airports in Tokyo, handling both international and domestic flights.
Kansai International Airport (KIX)
Thought once inconceivable, it is now possible to visit Japan without stepping foot in Tokyo at all.
Central Japan International Airport, Nagoya—or Centrair—is an air transport hub for flights to and from Asian cities and airports throughout Japan.
The central location of Fukuoka Airportopen_in_new means that once you have collected your luggage, you are a quick five-minute train ride from Hakata—the heart of Fukuoka City.
A number of airport options are available in Hokkaido depending on your ultimate destination. Most flights from the Japanese mainland fly into New Chitose Airport in the southern part of the island.
If you are traveling to the subtropical islands of Okinawa from Japan's main cities you have to fly.
Most prefectures in Japan have at least one airport and with the development of low-cost air travel, you can access almost every corner of the country in an economical way.