There are 2 airports that service Tokyo:
- Primary airport - Narita International Airport (NRT)
• Distance from hotel - apprx. 60 km - 37 miles - 60 minutes
- Secondary airport - Haneda Domestic Airport (HND)
• Distance from hotel - apprx. 13 km - 8 miles - 20 minutes
If you are traveling from outside Japan, you must fly into Narita International Airport.
Transportation to/from the Hotel to/from the Airport
The average one-way taxi fare from Narita Airport to the hotel is JPY 20,000 and the average one-way bus fare is JPY 2700. A courtesy airport coach service to either hotel is not available. To secure a seat on a bus, go to one of the Airport Coach Shuttle counters that are located outside customs/baggage claims.
The average one-way taxi fare from Haneda Airport to the hotel is JPY 4,000 and the average one-way bus fare is JPY 600.
The new transit system Yurikamome Daiba Station is the nearest station to the hotel, and it is a 13-minute journey to Tokyo's Shinbashi Station at a ticket price of JPY 310. Daiba Station is within one minute's walking distance of the Le Meridien Grand Pacific Tokyo.
Japan is made up of four islands: Hokkaido, Honsyu, Shikoku and Kyusyu. The capital of Japan, Tokyo is located in central Honsyu, where it is well known as one of the world's greatest destinations - exciting, fascinating and safe. The hotels are located in Rainbow Town, Tokyo's waterfront sub-centre, 15 minutes from Haneda Domestic Airport and 70 minutes from Narita International Airport.
Time difference - GMT plus nine hours.
Currency - Japanese Yen (JPY).
Climate - In summer, Japan tends to have higher humidity and more rainfall than Europe, but humidity is lower during the winter. In the Tokyo area, winters are relatively mild with snowfall occurring only once or twice a year.