Narita Airport is one of two international airports in Tokyo. You may arrive in this airport from your country. There are many ways to get downtown Tokyo by the train and the bus.
If you use JR Pass, JR East Pass and other JR deals right after you arrive in Narita, you may use it to get Tokyo. But some of you do not intend to use the pass right after the arrival. Or you may stay in Tokyo only and are looking for the deal which covers Narita airport to/from Tokyo only.
In this post, I will show you the access route between Narita airport and Tokyo. I will also explain you about the deal and the discount fare, and the budget type bus services.
I had a trip to Tohoku area and Nagano area in this past January and February. I stayed there for only three nights. But fortunately I have got many trains, like Overnight Limited Express Akebono, Skyliner, Resort Shirakami, Fuji Kyuko, Ueda Railway, Limited Express Hakutaka. This following list is what I wanted to do in this trip:
Try to book and take overnight train on arrival day. I wanted to check how long we spend to change the pass, book and transfer to Ueno/Tokyo.
To take Resort Shirakami and Akita Nairiku Jukan Railway. I wanted to see some spots and trains in Tohoku area.
To go to Kawaguchiko (Lake Kawaguchi) station from Shinjuku via Fuji Kyuko Railway. I wanted to take both Fujisan Limited Express and Fuji Tozan Densha on Fuji Kyuko Railway.
To take a train between Nagano and Naoetsu. This section will be transferred to non JR lines in 2015. Because it will be transferred to third sector companies, Shinano Railway and Echigo Tokimeki Railway after Hokuriku Shinkansen will open. JR Pass will not cover this section.
To take Limited Express Hakutaka. This express train will be discontinued after Hokuriku Shinkansen will open in 2015.