[Move] N’EX To and Fro Narita Airport from City

A guide for getting to/from Narita International Airport to the city.

Hopping onto N’EX Train is the most comfortable and convenient way, however, it is only applicable if you are staying near to the station. Otherwise, there other options available from what I have covered before for example, the Skyliner and express train.


Where to purchase?

– Travel Service Center (JR EAST )

– JR Ticket Office (Midori-no-madoguchi)

– Ticketing machine


One way

3,020Yen (Tokyo)

3,190Yen (Shinagawa, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Ikebukuro)

Round trip


*All seats are to be reserved

**Prices above is for ordinary car, peak season price**


Around 57 Minutes-95 Minutes (Depending on your station)

From Narita International Airport T1:

Purchase from Ticketing Machine

Step by Step Guide:

There is one photo that I missed, which is the selection for how many tickets are you buying.

This section will come out after you choose your date, however, do not worry, it is much simpler than it seems.


From Shinjuku Station to Narita International Airport:


Get the Round trip ticket or purchase any JR East pass/Rail pass as it is covered too.

Only to purchase this pass if your hotel is near to the above-mentioned stations. Otherwise, you still need to transfer train.

To note:

  • All seats are reserved.
  • In addition to reserved seat limited express tickets, Limited Express ticket (vacant seat only) are also available for sale at the same price.
  • When using Limited Express ticket (vacant seat only), please take a vacant seat. If a passenger arrives with a reserved ticket for that seat, please yield your seat.
  • Reserved seat tickets are 200 yen lower during the off-season and 200 yen higher during the busy season.
  • The discount for children ages 6 to 11 is approximately 50% of the adult fare for basic fare tickets.
  • There is no children’s discount for Green Car tickets.
  • Babies (up to 12 months) and infants (1 to 5) generally travel free, though a child’s ticket is needed in the following cases:
    • Three or more infants accompany one adult or a child, child’s tickets are needed for the third and subsequent infants.
    • An infant or a baby occupies its own reserved seat or berth.
    • An infant travels alone.

For more information: JR EAST N’EX

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