Way to Akihabara Convention Hall


  • Akihabara Convention Hall
    Akihabara Daibiru 2F
    1-18-13 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0021

Nearest Stations

  • JR Akihabara Station (Yamanote-line, Keihin-Tohoku-line, Soubu-line): 1-minute walk
  • Tsukuba Express (TX) Akihabara Station: 3-minute walk
  • Tokyo Metro Akihabara Station (Hibiya-line): 4-minute walk
  • Tokyo Metro Suehirocho Station (Ginza-line): 5-minute walk

From Narita International Airport to Akihabara

There are two types of airport express trains from Narita airport, both of which are convenient for Akihabara area.
For both trains, you can buy tickets at the arrival hall of the airport terminal, or at the station level below the arrival hall. Train schedules and seat availability are also displayed around the ticket counter.

Narita Express (N'EX)

Narita Express, operated by JR East Railway, runs from Narita Airport to Tokyo station by approx.
53 minutes, as well as to several major stations in Tokyo Yokohama areas.
The price is 2740~3140 yen to Tokyo station (depending on the date).
A train is available every 30 minutes at peak time. All trains go through the Tokyo station, regardless of their final destinations.

If you come directly to Akihabara, please tell ticket officers about that.
You can continue traveling to Akihabara station without additional fare.

At Tokyo station, N'EX trains arrive at basement platforms.
Take escalators to the ground level, and change to either Yamanote Line (light green) or Keihin-tohoku Line (cyan) trains which depart from platform #3 and #4. Akihabara is the second station from Tokyo.

Skyliner (Keisei Line)

Skyliner is the other type of airport express train oeprated by private Keisei Electric Railway.
It operates between Narita Airport and Nippori (mininum 51 min) / Ueno station (minimum 56 min). The price is 1920 yen to Nippori and Ueno stations. A train is available every 40 minutes at peak time.

If you come directly to Akihabara, please get off trains at Nippori station, which is more convenient for transfer. Buy a JR ticket of 150 yen, and take either Yamanote Line (light green) or Keihin-tohoku Line (cyan) trains which depart from platform #9 and #10. Akihabara is the fourth station from Nippori.

Non-reservation trains

Both JR (Rapid Service "Airport Narita" via Tokyo, at every 90 minutes) and Keisei (Limited Express trains to Ueno, at every 40 minutes) operates non-reservation trains, too. The fare is 1280 yen and 1000 (+150) yen, respectively, and both takes about 80~100 minutes to Akihabara. Be sure to ride on correct trains. If in any doubt, we recommend to ride on reserved trains above.