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How to get from Haneda Airport to Tokyo Disneyland


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  • Disney Resort
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haneda airport to Disneyland

Are you planning your trip to Tokyo Disney Resort? Tokyo Disney Resort is comprised of two theme parks: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. The resort is not located in Tokyo but in Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo. When heading directly from Haneda Airport to Tokyo Disney Resort (Disneyland or DisneySea), there are four types of transportation from Haneda Airport: “limousine bus,” “train,” “taxi,” and “private car/limousine.” Each has different costs, travel times, and comfort levels inside the car.

haneda airport transfer to disney resort

Limousine Bus

A limousine bus is a type of bus service that is often used for transportation between airports and hotels. The limousine buses in Tokyo are operated by Airport Transport Service Co., Ltd. When you take limousine bus from Haneda Airport to Tokyo Disnyland during the time period from 8:00 am to 11:00 am, which is the most crowded time for people to use it, it operates at 10-minute intervals. However, it is recommended to make a reservation in advance because it is still expected to be crowded. There are two types of reservation methods for limousine buses from Haneda Airport: web reservation and phone reservation, but phone reservations are only accepted until the day before. The final operating time of the limousine bus heading from Haneda Airport to Disneyland is 7 pm for Haneda Airport Terminal 2 and 7:05 pm for Haneda Airport Terminal 1. The fare for riding a limousine bus is 1000 yen for adults and 500 yen for children, and the estimated travel time is about 30-40 minutes. The child fare applies to children aged 6 to under 12 years old, but even if you are under 6 years old and use a seat, you will be charged.

Here are some pros and cons of using a limousine bus:

The low fare for riding a limousine bus.
Even if you have large luggage such as suitcases, you can load them into the trunk room and feel relieved. However, please note that only up to two pieces of luggage per person can be loaded. The volume must be within 50 x 60 x 120 cm and the weight must be up to 30 kg.

Although you can use a limousine bus reasonably, there are some points to note.
During summer time, Golden Week, Halloween season, etc., it becomes very crowded and you have to wait the limousine bus for one or two hours if you have not made a reservation in advance. It is also important to note that even if your flight is delayed, the limousine bus will not wait for you and will operate on schedule. It is essential to arrange your schedule with some leeway from your flight arrival time. Also, even if you have made a reservation, you cannot assign your seat, so it is possible that your seats will be separated. Please be careful when using it with friends or family with small children.

limousine bus


The most cheapest way to get from Haneda Airport to Disneyland is by train. Depending on the route you take, you can travel to Disneyland for 1,000 yen or less for adults. It is recommended for those who want to travel as cheaply as possible.

There are various routes, but the easiest routes are “transferring from Keikyu Line to JR” and “transferring from Tokyo Monorail to JR.” If you transfer from the Keikyu Line to JR, you can go from Haneda Airport Terminal 1 and 2 stations to Shinagawa Station on the Keikyu Line, then to Tokyo Station on the Yamanote Line, and then to Maihama Station on the Keiyo Line. This takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes and costs 610 yen for adults. If you transfer from Tokyo Monorail to Tokyo Rinkai High-Speed Railway Line, you can transfer from Haneda Airport Terminal 1 station to Tennozu Isle Station (Rinkai Line) on Tokyo Monorail, then from Shin-Kiba Station to Maihama Station on JR Keiyo Line. This takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes and costs 921 yen for adults.

Here are some pros and cons of using trains:

Transportation costs are low and you don’t get caught in traffic. As long as there are no train delays, you can arrive at your destination on time.

It takes time and effort to transfer. To get from Haneda Airport to Disneyland, you need to transfer at least twice. Carrying large luggage while transferring can be a physical burden, and there is also a risk of getting lost if you have small children. During crowded times, there is a high possibility that you will not be available to sit in train seat, so you may consume your energy before arriving at Disneyland.

keikyu train


It is also possible to go from Haneda Airport to Disneyland by taxi. The transportation costs and travel time by taxi vary depending on the traffic conditions. The travel time is about 50-60 minutes except highway and about 30-40 minutes if you use toll road.

Here are some pros and cons of using taxis:

You can be taken directly from the taxi stand at Haneda Airport to right in front of Disneyland or Disneyland hotels. You can stop by hotels or convenience stores along the way. Heavy luggage can be stored in the trunk and you can arrive at Disneyland while conserving your energy because you can sit comfortably.

The fare is higher than that of trains or limousine buses. Since the fare also varies depending on the traffic conditions, you cannot know the total amount in advance. Tokyo is a crowded and popular city, it is hard to find an available taxi. In addition, if you use a sedan-type taxi, only up to four adults can ride. If you have a lot of luggage, it may not fit in the trunk. If there are many people, you will need to choose a large taxi.


Private Airport Transfer from Haneda Airport to Tokyo Disneyland

The most convenient way from Haneda Airport to Tokyo Disneyland is Outech’s private transportation service. This way you and your family can enjoy a completely hassle-free and smooth ride to the wonderful Disneyland or Disney resort hotels shortly after landing in Tokyo. In addition, reservations can be made easily online or by phone. The travel time from Haneda Airport to Tokyo Disneyland is about 30-40 minutes, the same as a regular taxi.

Meet & Greet Service:

Outech offers a name board service so that customers can join us smoothly. On the day of the pick-up, the friendly English-speaking driver will be tracking your flight location using an application. And the driver will be waiting for you at the arrival lobby, holding up a name board and take you to your vehicle.

Luxurious Vehicles:

Our luxury car service Outech vehicles that are well-maintained and equipped with the latest amenities. We have a range of vehicles to choose from, including luxury Toyota and Lexus sedans, Toyota Alphard 3-4 passenger minivans, Mercedes V-Class MPV or large group vans up to 9 passenger, ensuring that we can accommodate any group size or transportation needs. Outech vehicles are spacious, comfortable, and provide a luxurious experience for our clients.

Professional Drivers:

Outech drivers are experienced, licensed, and insured, providing you with a safe and professional ride. They are punctual, courteous, and knowledgeable about the local area, ensuring that you arrive at your event on time and stress-free. Our drivers are also familiar with the best routes to take to avoid traffic and delays, ensuring that you have a smooth and efficient ride.

Customized Service:

We provides personalized amenities such as bottled water, snacks, and Wi-Fi, ensuring that you have a comfortable and enjoyable ride. We can also customize the ideal itinerary for you.

24/7 Customer Support:

We offer 24/7, 365-day support via email or phone. We strive to provide the best customer support possible.

Overall, Tokyo’s public transport system can be a challenging for tourists, We recommend to make a reservation in advance at Outech for your private car from Haneda International Airport to Tokyo Disney Resort or Tokyo Disneyland .

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