Yokosuka Travel Guide

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Haneda airport

Narita airport

Airport access

Convenient routes
from Haneda & Narita

1From Narita airport

Official HP:https://www.narita-airport.jp/en/access

2From Haneda airport

Official HP:https://tokyo-haneda.com/en/access/

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Haneda airport

Narita airport

From Haneda airport

Yokosuka is easily accessible by train or expressway bus. Train service has direct access to the “Keikyu Line” and “Tokyo Monorail Line.” Bus service gives access to various places in the Kanto region. These services allow for easier access to other areas, too. Choose an optimum method for access from the airport, depending on a fare and a period of time when you use transportation service.
*There is no direct bus service to Yokosuka. If you take an expressway bus, you need to take a train from an arrival station of the bus.

  • By Train
  • The Keikyu Line has direct trains to Yokosuka. If you take a train bound for Shinagawa Station on the Keikyu Line or a train bound for Hamamatsucho Station on the Tokyo Monorail Line, you can get easy access to other areas at these stations.

    Keikyu line

    An about 60-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”
    *An about 15-minute ride to “Shinagawa Station”

    Tokyo Monorail Line

    *An about 20-minute ride to “Hamamatsucho Station”

  • By Bus
  • Although there is no direct bus service to Yokosuka, it is accessible by the Keikyu Line from an arrival station of the bus. While it takes more time by bus than by train, it is more convenient to take a bus if the weather is bad or you have a lot of luggage. Since multiple bus operators operate buses throughout the Kanto region, please make sure that the destination indicated on the ticket is correct before purchasing the ticket.

    Keikyu Bus

    An about 40~50 minute-ride to “Yokohama Station” (YCAT (Yokohama City Air Terminal))
    →Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and an about 30-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”

From Narita airport

Yokosuka is easily accessible by train or expressway bus. Train service has direct access to the “Narita Sky Access Line,” “Keisei Main Line,” and “JR Line.” Bus service gives access to various places in the Kanto region. These services allow for easier access to other areas, too. Choose an optimum method for access from the airport, depending on a fare and a period of time when you use transportation service.
*There is no direct bus service to Yokosuka. If you take an expressway bus, you need to take a train from an arrival station of the bus.

  • By Train
  • Take a train bound for Shinagawa on the “Narita Sky Access Line” or “Keisei Main Line.” Transfer to the Keikyu Line bound for Yokosuka. The JR Line offers another route to Shinagawa Station or Yokohama Station with its Narita Express train. If you take a train bound for Tokyo or Ueno, you can get easy access to other areas at these stations.

    Narita Sky Access Line (Access Express)

    An about 80-minute ride to “Shinagawa Station”
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and an about 45-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”

    Narita Sky Access Line (Skyliner)

    An about 45-minute ride to “Keisei Ueno Station”
    → An about 10-minute walk to JR Line “Ueno Station”
    → Transfer to the JR Line, and an about 20-minute ride to “Shinagawa Station”
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and an about 45-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”

    Keisei Main Line

    An about 100-minute ride to “Sengakuji Station”
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and an about 50-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”

    Keisei Main Line

    An about 50-minute ride to “Keisei Funabashi Station”
    → An about 10-minute walk to JR Line “Funabashi Station”
    → Transfer to the JR Line, and about 40-minute ride to “Shinagawa Station”
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and about 45-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”

    JR Line (Narita Express)

    An about 70-minute ride to “Shinagawa Station”
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and about 45-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station” An about 90-minute ride to “Yokohama Station”
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and about 30-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”

  • By Bus
  • Although there is no direct bus service to Yokosuka, it is accessible by the Keikyu Line from an arrival station of the bus. While it takes more time by bus than by train, it is more convenient to take a bus if the weather is bad or you have a lot of luggage. Since multiple bus operators operate buses throughout the Kanto region, please make sure that the destination indicated on the ticket is correct before purchasing the ticket.

    Limousine Bus (Airport Transport Service or Keikyu Bus or Keisei Bus)

    An about 100~120 ride to “Yokohama Station” (YCAT (Yokohama City Air Terminal))
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and an about 30-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”

    Narita Shuttle (WILLER EXPRESS or Keisei Bus or Chibakotsu)

    An about 100~120-minute ride to “Osaki Station”
    → Transfer to the JR Line, and an about 3-minute ride to “Shinagawa Station”
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and an about 45-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”

    AIRPORT BUS TYO-NRT

    An about 80~100 minute-ride to “Tokyo Station”
    → Transfer to the JR Line, and about 30-minute ride to “Yokohama Station”
    → Transfer to the Keikyu Line, and an about 30-minute ride to “Yokosuka Chuo Station”