Enjoy modern architecture in downtown Tokyo with useful and convenient tickets! [PR]

Send unnecessary luggage from the airport directly to your hotel. Immediately go sightseeing after you arrive.


Many tourists want to enjoy sightseeing immediately after arriving at the airport during short stays.

The Hands-Free Travel with Skyliner package meets this need with a home delivery service that sends your luggage to your hotel, and tickets for Skyliner, which rapidly connects Narita Airport to downtown Tokyo. Go sightseeing with your hands free, and effectively start your trip immediately after your arrival.

If your hotel is located within the 23 wards of Tokyo, Kawasaki, and part of Yokohama, and you leave your luggage by 15:00 (3:00 PM), your luggage will be delivered on the same day. If you leave it by 11:00 (11:00 AM), this service will be available for 4210 yen and if you leave from 11:00 to 15:00 (11:00 AM to 3:00 PM), add 300 yen and available for 4510 yen including Skyliner tickets.

Hands-Free Travel with Skyliner is available at SKYLINER & KEISEI INFORMATION CENTER at Keisei Electric Railway Narita Airport Station (first basement floor of Narita Airport Terminal 1) and Narita Airport 2nd Building Station (first basement floor of Narita Airport Terminal 2). The Center usually supports English, Chinese and Korean, so you can feel free to visit and collect tourist information. Also, this service can be requested at JAL ABC Airport Baggage Delivery & Storage center at Narita Airport Terminals 1 and 2.

Speedy transport from Narita Airport to your destination in downtown Tokyo, texting via SNS while you are on the train


Skyliner is very popular due to its speed and comfort. It takes 36 minutes at its fastest from Narita Airport to Nippori Station in downtown Tokyo, 41 minutes at its fastest to Keisei Ueno Station.

Trains run three times per hour during the day, and are very easy to use. Skyliner train tickets can be purchased at a discounted price online before you visit Japan. They can also be purchased at discounted price at travel agencies in your country or onboard an LCC. Visit the following site for details.

A reservation is required for all seats on Skyliner, with its beautiful strong blue lines. Free Wi-Fi is available so you can collect tourist information, and post pictures of the scenery via SNS while traveling.

An ID and password will be provided if requested when you purchase or receive Skyliner tickets at the SKYLINER & KEISEI INFORMATION CENTER in Narita Airport. If you download the designated apps beforehand, you will be able to use this service at access points across Japan in addition to on Skyliner and at Keisei Electric Railway stations. Please remember to make preparations before you visit Japan.

Tickets for getting on and off freely help you to smoothly enjoy sightseeing in Tokyo

Enjoy modern architecture in downtown Tokyo

There are several types of value packages for Skyliner tickets and other tickets available exclusively for tourists visiting Japan. Keisei Skyliner & Tokyo Subway Ticket is a combination of Skyliner and subway tickets that allows you to freely to get on and off the subway on the 13 lines covering nearly all of Tokyo. Comfortably visit the tourist spots in Tokyo. Select any of the total six combinations, including one-way or round-trip for the Skyliner, and a consecutive 24-hour, 48-hour or 72-hour subway ride. Enjoy great savings with these tickets. For example, a combination of Skyliner round-trip tickets and a 72-hour subway ride can be purchased for 5,400 yen instead of regular 7,640 yen (2,240 yen off).

Keisei Skyliner & Tokyo Subway Tickets

Visit buildings constructed from the late 19th century to early 20th century using this ticket, starting from Keisei Ueno Station, which is the terminal station for Skyliner.

A series of beautiful, modern buildings that remain in the modern city

Shinobazu Pond

There are museums around Keisei Ueno Station and Ueno Park, where about 800 cherry trees bloom each spring. If you walk about 10 minutes toward Shinobazu Pond (Shinobazu no Ike) including Bentendo with its hexagonal roof, you will reach Kyu-Iwasaki-tei.

Kyu-Iwasaki-tei, a beautiful harmony of diverse architectural styles


Kyu-Iwasaki-tei was completed in 1896 as the main residence of the Iwasaki family, built by the eldest son of Yataro Iwasaki, the founder of Mitsubishi, a representative Japanese zaibatsu. It was used as a private guest house for family gatherings and parties for overseas VIPs.

The Western-style building adopts 17th century British architectural styles, which are profound but cozy, including sculptured columns and ceilings, Islamic motifs characterized by repeated geometric patterns, such as vines and flowers, and Japanese techniques of attaching gold leaf to Japanese paper. It is attractive, exuding a unique atmosphere from the beautiful harmony of diverse styles.

Garden with a Japanese house
Garden with a Japanese house

Next, go to Marunouchi, the business base of the Mitsubishi zaibatsu. Visit the then-office building surrounded by modern buildings.

Office building designed by Josiah Conder

The Mitsubishi Ichigokan
Café-bar in Mitshubishi Ichigokan

Mitsubishi Ichigokan is an office building constructed in 1894, and it was where the banking department of a Mitsubishi limited partnership did business. The first floor was used as the sales office of the bank. Now it is a cafe and bar where visitors can enjoy English-style tea and meals in a classical atmosphere which reproduces the space of the time as accurately as possible.

Mitsubishi Ichigokan is currently open to the public as a museum, and visitors can gaze at the contemporary art from the late 19th to early 20th century.

Garden of Mitsubishi Ichigokan

The courtyard of abundant greenery exceptional in a city center is worth visiting. Embrace the peaceful scenery where office workers and shoppers enjoy a comfortable space.

Access from Kyu-Iwasaki-tei

Get on a train at Ueno Station, Hibiya Line, get off at Hibiya Station (about 20 minutes), and walk for 3 minutes.

Another museum using a building constructed in the late 19th to early 20th century is located near the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum. If you like art, venture a little further.

Crafts Gallery of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, is full of craftworks created by living national treasures

Crafts Gallery of the National Museum of Modern Art

Crafts Gallery of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo is a Gothic-style brick building, one of a few buildings which preserve images from early twenties.

Excellent artworks created by living national treasures
INAGAKI Toshijiro Kimono, “Bamboo Grove”, stencil dyeing on yuki-tsumugi silk1958(left) TOMIMOTO Kenkichi Ornamental octagonal box, fern pattern, overglaze enamels, gold and silver 1959

The Gallery contains craftworks and design works from the late 19th century to today, especially extensive excellent artworks created by living national treasures. Visitors can enjoy many artworks of diverse genres, including pottery, kimono dyed using the traditional techniques, and craftworks with gold lacquer, where pictorial patterns are drawn using gold leaf on the surface of lacquer ware.

Access from Mitsubishi Ichigokan

Take a train at Hibiya Station, Chiyoda Line, change at Otemachi Station to Tozai Line, get off at Takebashi Station (about 15 minutes), and walk for about 8 minutes.

Finally, visit a beautiful building and garden with wonderful seasonal flowers

Hatoyama Hall, a popular spot for roses that bloom a few times a year

Hatoyama Hall

Hatoyama Hall (completed in 1913) is a private residence of Ichiro Hatoyama, Prime Minister from 1954 to 1956, and a building that is open to the public. While it is a Western-style building with reinforced concrete construction, it incorporates elements of Japanese architecture, such as open double sliding doors on the south-facing window, and conversion into a connecting room when the folded doors separating rooms are opened.

The courtyard where seasonal flowers bloom beautifully is very popular, particularly for the lovely, famous roses. It centers around large blooming roses which flower several times a year. Search for your favorite flowers while enjoying the scent.

Access from Crafts Gallery, the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Get on a train at Takebashi Station, Tozai Line, change to Yurakucho Line at Idabashi Station, get off at Edogawabashi Station (about 15 minutes), and walk for 7 minutes.

From Narita Airport to your hotel, move with your luggage easily

Jananesi taxi

If you want to go to your hotel with your luggage easily, and plan to stay within the 11 wards of Tokyo (see the image), KEISEI SKYLINER & TEITO TAXI, the package of Skyliner tickets and a taxi from Keisei Ueno Station to your hotel, is convenient. The fees are clear, because they depend on the location of your hotel and the number of passengers. Travel without worry about the weather and traffic congestion on roads, and enjoy the view from the window of a vehicle.

Reservations can be made at SKYLINER & KEISEI INFORMATION CENTER in Narita Airport. A taxi driver will welcome you at the ticket gate of Keisei Ueno Station at the arrival time of your Skyliner train.

enjoy the view from the window of a vehicle.
Taxi route patterns
Routes and fares differ depending on the location of your hotel (whether it is in the green or pink area).

There are many other points of interest in Tokyo. Collect information at SKYLINER & KEISEI INFORMATION CENTER in Narita Airport. Use Skyliner and convenient tickets to fully enjoy sightseeing around Tokyo!