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3 Ways To Get To Disneyland From Tokyo

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by GoWithGuide travel specialist:Ro M.

Last updated : Nov 28, 202210 min read

Transportation

Today I will explain to you how to get to Tokyo Disneyland from the main tourist spots. There are three ways to do it: by bus, by train, and by car. When you've arrived at the park, you can then utilize the Disney Transportation: the Monorail and the Cruiser.


BY TRAIN
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From SHINJUKU STATION
Take the JR Chuo Line Rapid Train to Tokyo Station. At Tokyo Station, switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station. Both options will take the same amount of time to arrive at Maihama Station, so you can feel free to take whichever train arrives to the station first.

  • Total Travel Time: ~30 minutes
  • Total Cost: 420 JPY


From NARITA AIRPORT (Terminal 2)

  • FIRST OPTION: At the airport you can take the Skyliner, a high speed train, to Nippori Station. From Nippori, you switch to JR Yamanote Line to Tokyo Station. At Tokyo Station you switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station.
    • Total Travel Time: ~1 hour and 5 minutes (regardless of whether you switch to JR Keiyo or JR Musashino Line)
    • Total Cost: 2850 JPY 
  • SECOND OPTION: At the airport you take the JR Narita Express to Tokyo Station. At Tokyo Station you switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station. 
    • Total Travel Time: ~1 hour and 5 minutes (regardless of whether you switch to JR Keiyo or JR Musashino Line)
    • Total Cost: 3240 JPY


From YOKOHAMA STATION

  • FIRST OPTION: Take the JR Keihin-Tohoku/Negishi Line to Tokyo Station, which will take 36 minutes. At Tokyo Station, switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station.
    • Total Travel Time: ~1 hour (regardless of whether you switch to JR Keiyo or JR Musashino Line)
    • Total Cost: 690 JPY
  • SECOND OPTION: Take the JR Tokaido Line to Tokyo Station. At Tokyo station, switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station.
    • Total Travel Time: ~41 minutes (regardless of whether you switch to JR Keiyo or JR Musashino Line)
    • Total Cost: 690 JPY


From HANEDA AIRPORT (Terminal 2)
Take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station. From Hamamatsucho Station, switch to JR Kehin-Tohoku/Negishi Line to Tokyo station that will take 4 minutes. At Tokyo Station, switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station.

  • Total Travel Time: ~41 minutes (regardless of whether you switch to JR Keiyo or JR Musashino Line)
  • Total Cost: 870 JPY


From AKIHABARA STATION

  • FIRST OPTION: Take the Yamanote Loop Line to Tokyo Station. At Tokyo Station you switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station.
    • Total Travel Time: ~19 minutes (regardless of whether you switch to JR Keiyo or JR Musashino Line)
    • Total Cost: 360 JPY
  • SECOND OPTION: Take the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line to Hatchobori Station. At Tokyo Station you switch to JR Keiyo Line or JR Musashino Line and go to Maihama Station.
    • Total Travel Time: ~22 minutes (regardless of whether you switch to JR Keiyo or JR Musashino Line)
    • Total Cost: 390 JPY

 

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From SHINJUKU STATION
Go to the Express Bus Terminal and take the Express Bus to Disneyland Park and Disney Sea Park. It takes 50 minutes to Disneyland Park and 40 minutes to Disney Sea Park and the fare is 820 yen for adults and 410 yen for children (one way).
To go back to Shinjuku Station, you can take the bus at BUS STOP 2 from Disneyland, or BUS STOP 3 from Disney Sea Park.

 

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From Tokyo Station
From Tokyo Station Yaesu exit, take the Keisei Express bus at Bus Stop 1. It will take 40 minutes to Disneyland and 35 minutes to Disney Sea Park. The fare is 720 yen for adults and 360 yen for children (one way).
To go back to Tokyo Station, you can take the bus at BUS STOP 1 from Disneyland, or BUS STOP 2 from Disney Sea Park.

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From Narita Airport
From Terminal 1 you can take the bus at the Bus Stop No. 5
From Terminal 2 you can take the bus at the Bus Stop No. 12
From Terminal 3 you can take the bus at the Bus Stop No. 6
It will take about 55 min. to Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea. The fare is 2450 yen for adults and 1230 yen for children.

To go back to Narita Airport, you can take the bus at BUS STOP 8 from Disneyland, which will take 60 minutes, or BUS STOP 4 from Disney Sea Park which will take 90 minutes.

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From YOKOHAMA STATION
Go to Yokohama Station East Exit, in front of Sogo Department Store Lower Level, at the Bus Terminal, Bus Stop No. 17. It will take about 60 minutes to Tokyo Disneyland and 50 minutes to Tokyo DisneySea.
To go back to Yokohama, you can take the bus at BUS STOP 2 from Disneyland, or BUS STOP 2 from Disney Sea Park.

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From HANEDA AIRPORT
At the International Terminal you can take bus at the Bus Stop No. 5
At Terminal 1 you can take bus at the Bus Stop No. 6.
At Terminal 2 you can take bus at the Bus Stop No. 6.
It will take about 45 minutes.

To go back to Haneda Airport, from Tokyo Disneyland Park you take the bus at BUS STOP NO. 8, or from Tokyo DisneySea Park you take the bus at BUS STOP NO.4. It takes about 50 minutes to Terminal 2, 55 minutes to Terminal 1 and 60 minutes to International Terminal. The fare is 830 yen adult and 420 yen child (one way).

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From AKIHABARA STATION
From JR Akihabara Station Central Exit East-side, take the Transportation Plaza, which will take about 55 minutes to Tokyo Disneyland and 50 minutes to Tokyo DisneySea.

To go back to Akihabara fro Tokyo Disneyland go to the BUS STOP NO. 1 and from Tokyo DisneySea, BUS STOP NO. 2. The fare is 720 yen for adults and 360 yen for children (one way).

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BY CAR

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From Tokyo and the Yokohama region, all you need to do is follow the coast of the bay going to Chiba, take the exit at the Urayasu, take the Wangan Expressway and it will take 4 minutes. For foreigners who cannot drive in Japan or would prefer to take a car instead of public transportation, I recommend GoWithGuide, as they have several car tours that include limousine services to and from the Disney Parks, and will eliminate the risk of wasting time by getting lost through public transportation.

Disney Resort Line - Monorail
To travel to all the parks in Tokyo Disney, the Disney Resort Line is a loop train that goes to all the major destinations inside the resort, including a stop at JR Maihama Station. The monorail runs from 6:00 am to 12:04 am.

Fares (Adult/ Children Age 11 & Under):

  • Single ticket: 260 yen/130 yen
  • Day pass: 1 day: 650 yen/330 yen
  • 2 days: 800 yen/400 yen
  • 3 days: 1100 yen/550 yen
  • 4 days: 1400 yen/700 yen

Coupon tickets: a book of 11 tickets for the price of 10. (Expires 3 months from the purchase date.)

  • Up to two small children (under age 6) can ride free for every paying adult.
  • Infants (under age 1) ride for free.

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The Disney Resort Cruiser 
This is a convenient way of transportation for guests who stay at the hotels in Tokyo Disney Resort, having two designed routes for those who stay at the Disney Ambassador Hotel.

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Need help fitting Disney Parks into your Japan trip itinerary?

Whether you need help planning a custom itinerary to include Disney Parks or need help navigating from Tokyo to Disney Parks, I recommend checking out GoWithGuide, as they have over 1,000 licensed tour guides that can provide you with personalized itineraries. All you have to do is check out where you want to go in Japan and then send any of the guides a message for an itinerary and price quotation. If you are guided during a private tour or are joining a tour group, it will certainly help to eliminate  any risk of getting lost or encountering the language/cultural barrier. If you cannot fit the Disney Parks into your schedule, there are so many other activities that you can participate in, whether it is at temples or in metropolitan cities in Japan, so don't limit yourself and check out the different tours offered in Japan!

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