From Haneda Airport to Ginza : Comparison of Four Transportations!

When it comes to going shopping in Tokyo, Ginza comes to mind. Whether shopping for luxury brands or daily necessities, you’ll find everything you need here. But what is the fastest way to get to Ginza from Haneda Airport? Here, we present economical and convenient ways to get to Ginza fast.
Keikyu Line: Economical
Fare ★★★★★
Speed ★★★★★
Comfort ★★★  
Access ★
(“★” means how highly it is recommended)

The fastest, most economical way to get to Ginza from Haneda Airport is the Keikyu Line. The Keikyu Line is connected directly to the Toei Asakusa Line, meaning you can get to Ginza without transferring. The fare is 670 yen, and the ride takes 25 minutes, making the Keikyu Line the cheapest, fastest option. However, the Keiyu Line is complicated, so you’ll need to know where you are going first. Check out our guide to the Keikyu Line for more details.
Monorail: least recommended transportation.
Fare ★★★★★
Speed ★★★
Comfort ★★
Access ★
(“★” means how highly it is recommended)

To get to Ginza, take a monorail the Haneda Airport and go to Hamamatsucho, change to the JR Line and head to Yurakucho Station. Take the Ginza Exit and you can walk to Ginza. The fare is 630 yen in total and takes 30 minutes including transfers and walking time. Since walking is required, this is not a convenient choice for those with bulky luggage and who aren’t familiar with the train networks.
Bus: Convenient and safe
Fare ★★★
Speed ★★★
Comfort ★★★★
Access ★★★★
(“★” means how highly it is recommended)

The bus fare from Haneda Airport to Ginza is 930 yen (1,860 yen for late-night rides). The bus stops hotels along the way, so it takes 90 minutes. The good thing about the bus is that you can get to Ginza without any transfers. This makes it easy for those with bulky luggage. However, the fare is higher than that of a train, and it takes more time.
Taxi: You can go anywhere you want
Fare ★★
Speed ★★★
Comfort ★★★★★
Access ★★★★★
(“★” means how highly it is recommended)

Taxis are the most expensive way to travel. What’s more, the fixed-rate fare from Haneda doesn’t apply to Ginza, meaning you have to pay by the meter, usually around 7200 yen. An extra 20% is charged for late-night and early morning rides (10:00 PM to 5:00 AM). While taxis are expensive, you can go directly to your destination without having to transfer or walk, and drivers carry your luggage for you, making it the most convenient mode of transportation. The price makes sense for family trips or large groups when considering the fare per person.