9th Round Table Asia-Pacific – 21 & 22 October 2021

Getting There

Arriving by plane

Tokyo provides excellent direct air access for overseas travelers and is served by two international airports: Narita and Haneda. Pre-COVID, these two airports offered over 2,400 international flights per week in total, connecting a total of 119 cities around the world.

  1. Narita International Airport
    Located about 60km from central Tokyo and is easily accessible by either the Narita Express train, which takes just 40 to 60 minutes, or the Keisei Line Access Express train, which takes 36 minutes to the city center.
  2. Tokyo International Airport (widely known as the Haneda Airport)
    Located within 15km from central Tokyo, it takes a mere 20 minutes by train or monorail to the city center.

Transfer from Airport to event venue

Nihombashi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tozai Line, Toei Asakusa Line) is the closest subway station to the conference venue, Congrès Square Nihonbashi. A direct walkway connects it to the venue entrance. Tokyo Station is also located 5 minutes on foot from the venue.

From Narita International Airport, there is a direct train to Nihombashi Station by taking Keisei Line Access Express (Travel time: approx. 65 mins. Fare: 1344 JPY / approx. 10 EUR).

From Tokyo International Airport (Haneda), there is a direct train to Nihombashi Station by Keisei Line (Travel time: approx. 25 mins. Fare: 452 JPY / approx. 3.4 EUR).

AirportTravel Time Method of Transportation Cost*
Narita International Airport approx. 65 minutes Keisei Line Access Express 1,344 JPY
(approx. 10 EUR**)
approx. 100 minutes Airport Limousine Bus
(To Tokyo Station)
2,800 JPY
(approx. 21.5 EUR**)
Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) approx. 25 minutes Keisei Line 452 JPY
(approx. 3.4 EUR**)
approx. 45 minutesAirport Limousine Bus
(To Tokyo Station)
950 JPY
(approx. 7.3 EUR**)
*The cost is as of May 2021.
**1 EUR=130 JPY


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