Narita Express

The Narita Express (Japanese成田 エクスプレス, Narita ekusupuresu ), also called short N'EX, operates since 1991 as a through train service from Tokyo - Narita International Airport to Tokyo ( Shibuya districts, Ikebukuro and Shinjuku ), Yokohama and Chiba. This line is part of the East Japan Railway Company (JR East) and serves the route to Tokyo every half hour.

Track utilization

The Narita Express train service 365 days a year from 5:30 clock in the morning until 23:30 in the evening on the route from the airport to Tokyo Station. The road to Tokyo takes about an hour's drive in N'EX. Through trains to Shibuya, Shinjuku or Ikebukuro operate in one or two- hour intervals. The line uses the routes of sobu Main Line, Narita Line, and depending on the destination of the Yamanote, Chuo - and Yokosuka lines.


The Narita Express is divided into two classes. The first class ( Green Car ) is located in the center of the Zugverbundes. All around are the second class carriages, and the smoking car.