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How to get to Atsugi city from Narita Airport

Three easiest way to get to the Hotel in near Hon-Atsugi station from Narita Airport.

  1. Airport Bus 3,500(JPY) (Narita Airport-> Hon-Atsugi station)
  2. JR Narita Express Train 3,110(JPY) -> Odakyu Line 480(JPY)
  3. Airport Bus 3,500(JPY) (Narita Airport -> Sagami-Ono station) -> Odakyu Line 240(JPY)

Access from Narita International Airport

a. & c. (by Airport Bus)

This is the easiest transportation to Atsugi city, although it's running about once an hour. Airport bus ticket counter is located at both Terminal 1 and 2, right outside of the immigration exit. There are several bus companies running to various directions. Make sure you choose the bus bound for Sagami-OnoSagami Ono or Hon-AtsugiHon-Atsugi . Fare is 3,500(JPY) /one-way and there is a discount fare for round-trip. It usually takes two and a half hours depending on traffic. Keep in mind that there could be enormous traffic jam in Tokyo during evening rush hour. If you get on a bus to Sagami-Ono station, take an Odakyu train from there to Hon-Atsugi station, which is about 15 minute ride and costs 240(JPY). When you get off the bus at Sagami-Ono station, go up the stairs and get in to the station building. When you turn left at the first corner you will see Odakyu-line station. *The bus to the airport needs to make reservation. Please buy the ticket in advance. The ticket center in Hon-Atsugi will open from 9:00 to 19:00.

 - Airport Access Information: Buses & Taxis (Narita International Airport) External sites
 - Airport Buses Time table & destinations (Keisei Buses) External sites

b. (by Train)

Narita -> (Nippori) -> Shinjuku -> Hon-Atsugi
The easiest way to come to Hon-Atsugi station by train is to take the direct train to ShinjukuShinjuku called "JR Narita Express (NEX)", which takes 70 minutes and costs 3,110 yen. You can also take "Keisei KeiseiLine" too but, you need to transfer at NipporiNippori station onto JR Yamanote-lineYamanote to Shinjuku. Keisei line costs 1,730 yen with "Sky-liner" Express train. Both NEX and Sky-liner station are in the basement floor and departed from the arriving lobby. Tickets for both trains are available either at the ticket counter on the arrival lobby or vending machine on the basement floor. From Shinjyuku, take an Odakyu line bound for OdawaraOdawara station and Hakone-YumotoHakone-Yumoto station . You could either take Limited-Express Romance-Car, Romance-car), Rapid ExpressKaisoku-Kyuko , kaisoku-kyuko) or ExpressKyuko , kyuko). Purchase an Odakyu ticket at a vending machine, the fare is 480(JPY) to Hon-AtsugiHon-Atsugi station. If you choose to come by Romance-car, the fare is 1,030(JPY) and could get a reserved seat. It is only 10 minutes faster than Express trains, however, provides more space and comfort. Not all the limited-Express make a stop at Hon-Atsugi station, so please check whether your train stops there. Get a reserved seat for Romance-car. Tickets are available until a few minutes before departure as long as seats are available. Odakyu Shinjuku station has two departure-floors: upper for Express train and lower for Local train. Do not take local trainKakueki-Teisha , Kakueki-teisha)since it stops at every station and even waits for express trains passing by. There are also express train that goes to another direction, such as Fujisawa, Enoshima, and karakidaTama-Kyuko , Tama-kyuko). Be extra careful not to take those trains. Please ask people around you to make sure it takes you to the right destination. Express train leaves every 10 minutes from platform 4 and 5, and takes 50 minutes to Hon-Atsugi station. Shinjuku station is one of the largest transit hubs in Tokyo, serving many different train and subway lines. Each has its own separate gate so make sure you make your way toward Odakyu line.