Information & Facts
Taxis are available at the airport, with taxi stands outside
each terminal. Taxis into town tend to be very expensive,
Long and short-term parking is available in four parking lots
adjacent to the terminals.
There are car rental facilities in the airport, including
Japaren, Nippon, Nissan, and Toyota.
There are both railway and monorail connections for getting into
Tokyo from Haneda Airport. Nonstop express routes take roughly 16
minutes to get into downtown Tokyo.
A departure tax of ¥2,040 is included in the ticket
Services and facilities provided at Tokyo Haneda Airport include
wifi, currency exchange, ATMs, disabled facilities, hair salons,
banks, a post office, medical clinics, baggae storage, a lost and
found, and nearly a dozen information desks.
Japanese is the official language. Most Japanese people
will have studied English at school, but few can speak it well or
understand what is said to them.
The currency is the Japanese Yen (JPY), which is equal to 100
sen. Major credit cards are accepted in the larger hotels and
stores, but most Japanese operate with cash. Cash and travellers
cheques can be exchanged in banks, post offices and currency
exchange bureaux. Banks are usually open Monday to Friday 9am to
3pm. Travellers cheques offer the best exchange rate and are best
taken in US dollars. ATMs do not accept all credit and debit cards;
only the international ATMs in post offices, airports and some
The three terminals are connected by an underground walkway;
there is also a free shuttle bus running every five minutes.
Local time is GMT +9.