Transportation

Transportation

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Various Forms of Transportation

Whether you're traveling to Japan from abroad, prefecture to prefecture, or just within the city, there are many ways to travel around Japan. With two major Japanese airlines and several international airports to fly into, learn more about the airlines, airports, and transportation you may use while traveling with Japan Deluxe Tours.

Japan offers great car rental services, taxis, and public transportation. Japan is famous for the rapid speed Bullet trains and it's impressive and punctual train schedule. If you join us for a Japan tour, enjoy travelling via trains, bullet trains, and our Wi-Fi equipped tour bus as we explore the top sights of Japan. As a large island, Japan is filled with ferries and boats to travel between islands in addition to an impressive network of bridges connecting the islands together.

Airplanes & Airports in Japan

Airplane

Airplane

The major airline companies in Japan are Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA)

JAPAN AIRLINES

JAPAN AIRLINES

Japan Airlines

ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS

ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS

All Nippon Airways

Narita Int'l Airport (NRT)

Narita Int'l Airport (NRT)

International Air Traffic and The Arrival Point of a Majority of Foreign Visitors

Haneda Int'l Airport (HND)

Haneda Int'l Airport (HND)

Handles 65 million passengers a year and very convenient location to any other places in Tokyo

Kansai Int'l Airport (KIX)

Kansai Int'l Airport (KIX)

Japan's second most important international airport on a man-made island

Osaka Int'l Airport (ITM) - Itami Airport

Osaka Int'l Airport (ITM) - Itami Airport

Formally known as Osaka International Airport

Hiroshima Airport (HIJ)

Hiroshima Airport (HIJ)

Largest airport in the Chūgoku region; formerly New Hiroshima Airport

Nagoya Centrair Airport (NGO)

Nagoya Centrair Airport (NGO)

Japan's third most important airport also known as Chubu Airport

Cars & Vehicles in Japan

Car

Car

Even with spectacular public transportation, cars become necessary in the daily lives of people living in the outskirts of major cities.

Taxi

Taxi

Although comparatively higher in price than trains or buses, taxis nonetheless are the most convenient means of transportation in urban areas.

Bus

Bus

Buses in Japan serve purposes of local transportation, long distance, and sightseeing.

Trains & Ships in Japan

Train / Railway

Train / Railway

The massive railway network is developed throughout Japan.

Bullet Train

Bullet Train

Shinkansen - Fastest Safest Train

Hiroshima Electric Railway

Hiroshima Electric Railway

Japanese transportation company in Hiroshima

Ferry

Ferry

Ferries play an important role in transportation, tourism, and distribution of goods in Japan.

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