Akasaka Campus at International University of Health and Welfare

Address: 4 Chome-1-26 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tōkyō-to 107-0052

1 hour 30 min from Narita Airport

40 min from Haneda Airport

12 min from Tokyo Station




  1. Access to Japan

  2. Access to Tokyo

  3. Access to Akasaka-mitsuke Station

  4. Access from Akasaka-mitsuke Station

  5. Access to Japan

    Take flights whose destination is Tokyo Narita (NRT) or Tokyo Haneda (HND).


  6. Access to Tokyo

    Narita Airport

    Fastest: Skyliner (Keisei Electric Railway) to Nippori and Ueno Stations, under 45 minutes, ¥2,400; Narita Express (East Japan Railway Company) to Tokyo Station, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Yokohama, 55 minutes and ¥3,190 ( ¥2,000 if you purchase a roundtrip ticket [58]) to Tokyo Station. Japan Rail Pass valid for Narita Express.

    Cheapest: Keisei Limited Express/Access Tokkyu trains to Nippori/Ueno, 60-80 minutes, ¥1,000-1,200 (Access Tokkyu trains also serve some subway stations); "Super Shuttle" Bus to Ueno and Asakusa, ¥1,000

    Most expensive: Taxi to the city, more than ¥30,000; flat-fare cabs approximately ¥17,000-19,000

    Haneda Airport (officially known as Tokyo International Airport)

    Monorail. The easiest and most scenic way from Haneda to the city is the Tokyo Monorail  running to Hamamatsucho for ¥470, from where you can connect to almost anywhere in Tokyo on the JR Yamanote line. The monorail has a station at each of Haneda's three terminals. From the International Terminal, trains reach Hamamatsucho in as little as 14 minutes on the nonstop services; the domestic terminals are about 5 minutes farther down the line. JR East maintains a Travel Service Center for foreigners in the International Terminal (06:45 to 18:30 daily) where vouchers can be exchanged for the Japan Rail Pass and JR East Rail Pass. The Tokyo Monorail is fully covered with either pass.

    The private Keikyu (京急) train line. There are two train stations at Haneda: one for the International Terminal and one serving both Domestic terminals. Keikyu trains run to Shinagawa (15 min, ¥407-410, Nov 2017) and Yokohama (30-35 min via Airport Express, ¥448-450, Nov 2017). Some Keikyu trains from Haneda continue on to the Toei Asakusa Line, providing one-seat rides to Nihonbashi (30-35 min, ¥563-570, Nov 2017) and Asakusa (40-45 min, ¥614-620, Nov 2017).

    Airport Limousine bus service  The buses serve all 3 terminals at Haneda and many destinations. There are direct services to e.g. Tokyo station and to Shinjuku station. Tickets can be bought from a machine inside the terminal and cost e.g. ¥1230 for an adult daytime ticket to Shinjuku station.

    JR Passes are not valid on Keikyu Trains.

    Most Airport Rapid Express [エアポート快特] trains on the Keikyu Line also run all the way to Narita Airport's terminals; these services are much cheaper than the bus (90 minutes, ¥1,740), but buses operate more frequently.

    Normal metered taxis to central Tokyo will cost anywhere from ¥4,000 to ¥10,000, plus a 20% surcharge between 22:00 and 05:00.


  7. Access to Akasaka-mitsuke Station

    Akasaka-mitsuke Station is 8 minutes away from Tokyo, served by the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, providing same-platform transfers between the two lines in the same direction (for example eastbound to eastbound). Reversing directions between the lines is also fairly easy as the eastbound lines are stacked above the westbound lines. It is also connected by underground passageways to Nagatacho, which is served by the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and Tokyo Metro Namboku Line, and it is possible to transfer between the two stations without passing through the ticket gates


  8. Access from Akasaka-mitsuke Station

    3 minites from Exit A of Akasaka-mitsuke Station

    5 minites from Exit 8 of Nagatacho Station