February 9, 2017
My first time in Narita Airport! Going to Narita from Tokyo is pretty pricey – it is a minimum of around JPY1,000 for the Narita Limousine, and goes up to JPY4,000 for the express ones.
The Narita Limo has limited routes and time periods in the morning, and more or less hourly after 1pm. The bus stops at Terminals 1, 2 and 3.
For example, the Narita Limo near TIEC (in the onsen) is only at 3am, 6am and then the next one is 1pm (based on what I remember).
To leave Narita, you can take the Limo if you are at the right time – when I was there they were leaving in 10 minutes, and the next one in an hour. As mentioned, the trips are more frequent at night.
June 3, 2017 update: a more convenient option is the one in Tokyo Station that runs 24 hours daily. Sometimes every 10 minutes. Just look for Yaesu South Exit, bus stop 7. Fare is also at JPY1,000, and takes around 1 hour 15 minutes. Oh, there’s a charger inside too. Here’s the link for other details:
I take the one in Shimbashi, the express to Narita (orange one), at Platform 2. They usually come twice every hour, and costs around JPY1,300. (so in my case, add the JPY380 from TIEC to Shimbashi).
The last station is in Terminal 2, and the train, as far as I know, does not go to terminal 3.
I’ve been to Terminal 3 – Domestic, and Terminal 2 – International Airports. The picture above is the path between the two. There’s a clear direction on where to go when you get off so don’t worry. Just allot around 15 minutes to walk from Terminal 2 to 3.