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HANEDA AIRPORT (HND)
Top 5 of the best world airports according to www.worldairportawards.com/ . Haneda Airport (both domestic terminal www.tokyo-airport-bldg.co.jp/en/ and international terminal www.haneda-airport.jp/en/ ) is located in very near to city center, south of downtown Tokyo, actually southern most tip of Tokyo metropolitan city. Compare to Narita Airport (both domestic route and international route), better access, faster access, cheaper access, newer facilities, once the international terminal awarded as cleanest airport of the world.
Access to/from Asakusa is as easy as ABC.

A : Airport Limited Express (Keihin Kyuko = Keikyu Train)

There are frequent direct train service to/from Asakusa, 36 minutes JPY620 for international terminal, 39 minutes JPY660 for domestic terminal. Let's not be stingy to ride free-shuttle-bus between international terminal and domestic terminal because it does not worth JPY40 (^^); but for airplane fan, it is worth trying.

There is another rail method for city center (Hamamatsucho on JR Yamanote line), but this Tokyo Monorail is not highly recommended for Asakusa simply because above Airport Express is much faster, cheaper, easier, but of course if you were a monorail fan, and with JR Pass, you may try changing at Hamamatsucho station (JR <=> Monorail). Maybe not with big luggage.

B : Bus via Highway

Since there is above mentioned direct train service, it is not advisable to take this highway bus for Asakusa. Although, it is worth riding on Shuto Expressway for the Tokyo scenery, the same vision as you may see on Shutoko Battle on PS3 (or PSP). There are only two in the morning and other two in the afternoon, takes double time (more than 60 minutes, and you know the jam of Tokyo sometime as bad as your city) also costs double.

C : Cab or Taxi or Uber

It is relatively expensive, but easy and reliable, smooth and flexible, direct and "reservable". Limo style nice car is available at this site, reasonable one is here, and Japan Dream Tours is recommended together with your accommodation/transportation/itinerary planned together.
Let's find and track your flight on www.flightradar24.com/.
Interested in flying cheap in Japan? Please find LCC information.
Because downtown Tokyo has no 24-hour public transportation yet, you may consider crashing down on couch either at the terminal, well, international terminal is comfortable, actually much better than cheapo-ish hostel :D or how about FIRST CABIN (new type of capsule hotel) at domestic terminal 1?  And here's newly opened Royal Park Hotel at international terminal. Onsen Hot Spring lovers must visit Heiwajima. Let's watch sunrise reflecting on Mt.Fuji, and move onto your destination with smile (^_^)
Not a JR Pass holder? No problem at all ....... here's several useful town crusing tickets.

Haneda + Tokyo Metro

Haneda + MonoRail + JR East

Haneda + Bus via Highway


JR TOKYO Wide Pass (including Haneda Airport)

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