Re: [94attendees] train service from Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu to Haneda

Michael Graff <Michael.Graff@nominum.com> Thu, 05 November 2015 06:33 UTC

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From: Michael Graff <Michael.Graff@nominum.com>
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Thread-Topic: [94attendees] train service from Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu to Haneda
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Not so sure about this.  Cheaper yes, but only by about 90 yen, over taking the limousine bus to HND.  Also, according to Google, the bus is about 35 minutes while the train is about 10 minutes longer.

Either way, it’s a lot easier with luggage, as you said, on the bus.

—Michael

> On Nov 5, 2015, at 3:18 PM, ietf@johnlevine.com wrote:
> 
>> In case it's helpful for anyone else, you can get the following
>> schedule from the front desk of the YBHT that lists the departing
>> schedule for the bus to Narita and Haneda ...
> 
> If you're going to Haneda and don't have a lot of luggage, the train
> is faster and cheaper.
> 
> In the Queens Mall, go downstairs to the train station and buy a Y630
> ticket if you don't have a Pasmo card, take any train to Yokohama
> which is one stop on the express or two on the local.  Follow signs to
> the Keikyu line, where a train to Haneda leaves every 10 minutes.
> 
> You can also take the Keikyu trains that don't go to Haneda and change
> at Keikyu Kamata.  The first airport train stop is underneath the
> international terminal.
> 
> R's,
> John
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