Flying directly into the metropolis from worldwide destinations has become a reality thanks to the development of Haneda, Tokyo's city airport. Once a designated domestic hub, Haneda Airport has branched out into international flights meaning that visitors can be in the bustling city of Tokyo within half an hour of leaving the terminal. Check here for the official website Haneda Airport: Official Homepage
The Tokyo Monorail glides in and out of Haneda Airport and central Tokyo in around 15 minutes. The monorail's final destination is Hamamatsucho on the Yamanote Line that circles the city, allowing you convenient access to make your onward journey. Check here for more detail on using Tokyo Monorail - Tokyo Monorail: Timetables and Fares
If you prefer your train tracks attached to firm ground, the Keikyu Line shuttles in and out of the airport reaching the centrally located Shinagawa Station in just over ten minutes. Take a look at the following site for more details about timetables and fares - Haneda Airport: Train options
Keikyu Limousine and Airport Limousine buses are also on hand to take you into Tokyo and beyond. Servicing a vast network of routes across the metropolitan area, you will be able to travel to major hotel destinations, sightseeing areas and other transport hubs with ease. Click on the following link for the details - Haneda Airport: Bus
Conveniently placed taxi ranks with flat rate taxi fares available are another option for you and your suitcases. For an extensive list of fares and routes, see the following link - Haneda Airport: Fixed Fare Taxis
Drop by the Keikyu Tourist Information Center located in the arrival lobby of the International Terminal. Office Hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. every day, all year-round, and is staffed by multilingual staff.
Japanese public transport, stores and restaurants are legally forbidden to accept foreign currencies, so you will need small amounts of currency in yen for your immediate needs. If you have foreign bank notes other than U.S. dollars, it is wise to convert some of them in to yen while at the airport. Traveler's Checks can be cashed quickly at banks, but few stores or restaurants accept them. Unused yen (bank notes only—no coins) can be reconverted at the airport with no limitation, provided the exchange center has sufficient funds for reconversion. For handling currency exchange, there are six banks at the terminal, with one or more open 24 hours.
Obtain your Japan Rail Pass by exchanging your Exchange Order at the airport's JR East Travel Service Center on the 2nd floor at the Tokyo Monorail station entrance. Open daily, 11:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The date of validation of your pass can be any day within three months of the issuing date of your Exchange Order. You can use the pass for the Tokyo Monorail.
Make your journey easier by using the luggage delivery system, and have your bags delivered directly to your hotel.
Take advantage of Haneda Airport's free Wi-Fi system and let friends and family know you have arrived in Tokyo.