Reserve a ride with Uber in advance at Tokyo Haneda International Airport
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How to get a ride from Haneda Airport
Request when you're ready to head outside
Choose a ride option that suits your group size and luggage storage needs, then select your pickup location.
Exit from the arrivals level
Head to the pickup location you selected in the app.
Look for your driver
If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Haneda Airport parking rates
¥2,100 max per day
¥700 max per day
¥4,200 max per day
¥1,050 max per day; requires you to show a physical disability certificate
¥2,100 max per day in addition to a reservation fee of ¥1,400
¥4,200 max per day in addition to a reservation fee of ¥2,800
¥1,050 max per day in addition to a reservation fee of ¥700; requires you to show a physical disability certificate
Haneda Airport map
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How to connect to wifi at HND
You can connect to free wifi at Haneda Airport. Simply select HANEDA-FREE-WIFI from the wifi networks, then launch your browser and follow the provided instructions.
Pick up a local SIM card
You can purchase a prepaid SIM card at the arrivals lobby on Level 2 of the International Passenger Terminal.
Prepaid SIM cards are not available for sale at Domestic Passenger Terminals 1 and 2.
Prepaid SIM cards available in Japan for non-Japanese residents are strictly for data communication only. Under Japanese law, non-Japanese residents are unable to purchase SIM cards that allow voice calls.
Haneda Airport visitor information
One of the 2 primary airports in Tokyo, Haneda Airport is Japan’s busiest airport, servicing the greater Tokyo area. More convenient than its counterpart, Narita Airport, Haneda Airport is only a 25-minute car ride from central Tokyo.
Haneda Airport terminals
The airport is split between international and domestic terminals. International flights are all in the Haneda International Passenger Terminal, while domestic flights are split between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
Haneda Airport Terminal 1
- Japan Transocean Air
- Star Flyer (flights to Kitakyushu and Fukuoka airports)
Haneda Airport Terminal 2
- Star Flyer (flights to Yamaguchi-Ube and Kansai airports)
Getting around Haneda Airport
The airport offers free shuttle buses that run between the domestic terminals and the smaller International Passenger Terminal every 4 minutes.
Currency exchange at Haneda Airport
In the departure lobby of the International Passenger Terminal, 24-hour currency exchanges are available on the 2nd and 3rd floors. Another 2 can be found in the international departure area.
Hotels near Haneda Airport
If you’re in need of a hotel for a layover or an overnight flight delay, you can check out the hotel in the airport and more than 30 hotels and accommodations nearby.
Find more information about Haneda Airport (HND) here.