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Getting to Tokyo

 
 

Pictured; Japan's Bullet Train

 
 
 
 

Tokyo is serviced by two major airports, Tokyo international at Haneda and Narita International which was once known as New Tokyo International Airport. Narita was built as a replacement for the older Tokyo International Airport and as such Narita handles mostly international flights while Tokyo now mainly handles domestic flights. Both airports are a fair way out of central Tokyo and it would be well advised to catch either a train of shuttle bus into the city rather than a taxi.  

Tokyo Airport at Haneda is served by the Keikyu Line and Tokyo Monorail while Narita Airport is served by the Keisei line and JR Narita Line. You can get from Haneda to Narita by using the Keikyu line and then transferring to the Keisei Line at Shinagawa.

If you are traveling from another city in Japan one of the best ways to get to Tokyo is by Japans famous bullet trains known as the Shinkansen. Bullet trains are fast and much like traveling on an airliner, services to all major cities can leave sometimes every 15 minuets. Because the Shinkansen service departs from Tokyo Station the service is ideal for tourists staying in the area, most people find it just as fast as traveling by air but without the hassle.   

Finally as Tokyo is a major sea port several cruise ships operate in and out of Tokyo's port. The Japanese love to travel and their are plenty ships that run cruises around the region.

 
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Tokyo, Japan
Overview
Getting There
Getting Around
Accommodation
Things to Do
Dining out
Nightlife
Photos
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The Chili is a member of the Capsicum family and is closely related to the Tomato.
The Chili was unknown in Asia until Europeans introduced it there from Peru and Mexico.
 
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