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Narita Express Airport Terminal 2 Station / 成田エクスプレス‎ 空港第2ビル駅
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Trip to Tokyo, Aug-Sep 2013. If your choice of transport into Tokyo after arriving at Narita (Terminal 2) is the N’EX (Narita Express), then you would make your way downstairs to the Airport Terminal 2 Station. From here it’s usually a pleasant 90-minute ride on the N’EX into Shinjuku which is where I always alight. If you are an overseas visitor don’t forget to grab the N’EX + Suica deal to get a discounted fare for the ride. If you use Suica frequently for getting on trains as well as buying this and that at Konbinis etc it's well worth it.

成田空港 第二ターミナル 360度パノラマ

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Uploaded: 05/10/2013
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