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Let the app and your driver handle the details, so you don’t have to navigate an unfamiliar city.
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Sample rider prices are estimates only and do not reflect variations due to discounts, traffic delays, or other factors. Flat rates and minimum fees may apply. Actual prices may vary.
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Choose a ride option that suits your group size and luggage storage needs. Pickup locations vary by terminal. Reference the maps below to see where to meet your driver.
Leave the terminal through the exit that you selected in the app.
If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
P-1 (Terminal 1)
P-2 (Terminals 2 and 3)
P-3 (Terminal 2)
P-5 (Terminal 1)
You can connect to free wifi at Narita Airport. Simply select FreeWiFi-NARITA from the wifi networks, then launch your browser and log in.
You can purchase a prepaid SIM card at the terminals below:
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.
Uber has designated pickup locations at each terminal. When requesting a ride with Uber, select your preferred pickup location from the drop-down selection. All of the designated pickup locations can be found outside of the Arrival Lobby.
Once you’ve requested your ride, the app will provide directions to the pickup location.
Narita Airport is Japan’s 2nd-busiest airport servicing the greater Tokyo area. NRT is about an hour-and-a-half drive in ideal road and traffic conditions from central Tokyo, which is located more than 60 kilometers (40 miles) west of the airport.
Narita Airport consists of 3 terminals: Terminals 1, 2, and 3. Terminal 1’s North Wing is arranged for SkyTeam carriers, while the South Wing is for Star Alliance carriers. Terminal 2 is for oneworld carriers, and Terminal 3 is exclusively for low-cost carriers, such as Jetstar Japan and Vanilla Air. Lounges are located only in Terminals 1 and 2.
Narita offers a wide variety of dining options, including bars, cafes, and restaurants. For those travelers looking to grab a bite to eat before heading through security, go to the Airport Mall located between the North and South wings in Terminal 1 and near the South Wing in Terminal 2. A food court can be found next to the departure lobby in Terminal 3.
Narita offers free terminal shuttle buses between all 3 terminals that run every 10 minutes or less. Head to your terminal’s arrival lobby on the first floor to find the shuttle bus stops.
Currency exchange offices are located throughout Narita and can be easily found on the departures floor of each terminal.
Do you have a long layover with nowhere to stay? Choose from more than a dozen hotels located either in or near Narita Airport. To learn more, click here.
Find more information about Tokyo Narita International Airport here.