JMA Headquarters is located in central Tokyo facing the northeast side of the Imperial Palace. It is about a 20-minute walk from the Japan Railway (JR) Tokyo or Kanda stations, and is also accessible by the Tokyo Metro from Takebashi or Otemachi stations.
JMA and Tokyo Station
Narita International Airport is about 60 km east of central Tokyo. A variety of public transport connects Narita Airport to central Tokyo as described below.
Public Transportation between Narita Airport and Central Tokyo
JR East (East Japan Railway Company) and Keisei Electric Railway Co., Ltd. operate express train services between Narita Airport and central Tokyo.
The Narita Express train connects Narita Airport to Tokyo, Shinagawa, Yokohama, Shinjuku and Ikebukuro (all trains stop at Tokyo Station). The station at Narita Airport is located under the terminal building. It takes about an hour between Tokyo and Narita with a fare of 2,940 yen (as of August 2011).
Keisei Electric Railway Co., Ltd. runs Skyliner express trains between Narita Airport and Keisei Ueno Station. It takes about an hour between Narita and Ueno with a fare of 1,920 yen (as of August 2008). Standard express trains also run every 20 minutes, connecting Narita and Ueno in 75 minutes at 1,000 yen (as of August 2008). Passengers can board the Keisei Skyliner at Keisei Narita Airport Station, located under the terminal building. The train runs all the way to Keisei Ueno Station in Tokyo. The JR Ueno and Ueno subway stations are within a short walking distance of Keisei Ueno Station. The Keisei line connects with JR lines at Nippori Station.
Limousine bus services are available between Narita Airport and Tokyo City Air Terminal (TCAT), Tokyo Station and other places around Tokyo.
Tokyo City Air Terminal (TCAT)
TCAT is located at Hakozaki, about a 10-minute drive from Tokyo Station. TCAT is directly connected to Suitengumae Station on the Hanzomon Subway Line, which leads to central Tokyo.