How to get to Tokyo Haneda International Airport
Tokyo Haneda International has parking facilities and car rental at the airport if you wish to drive to the airport. Car rental offices are located outside of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. You can get a free shuttle bus to Terminal 3 from the other terminals. Alternatively, free tickets are distributed on the Kiekyu Railway and Monorail if you'd like to travel between Terminal 1 and 2 and Terminal 3.
Taxis can easily be identified by the company logo or taxi symbol on the top of the car. If 空車 is displayed in red on the taxi, that indicates the taxi is vacant. If 賃走 is displayed in green on the taxi, that indicates the taxi is occupied. Taxis don't have a distinct colour. However, each company will have a specific colour, with the driver dressed in a matching uniform.
Ask the person(s) in charge of your accommodation to order a taxi for you. Alternatively, you can visit taxi ranks on the streets to get the next available taxi. Taxis can be flagged down in most areas, however, not in all areas.
Although convenient, taxis are the most expensive transport option in Tokyo.
Tokyo Haneda Airport can be reached by monorail via Hamatsucho station. Hamatsucho station can also be reached by any of the stations on the JR Yamanote line on the railway. Although the monorail isn't strictly a JR line, most JR tickets and passes can be used when travelling to the airport on the monorail.
By Keikyu Railway
The Keikyu Line connects Haneda Airport with Yokohama, Keikyu Kamata, Shinagawa and other stations. You can connect to the Keikyu Line from the JR Yamanote Line via Shinagawa station.
By Limousine Bus
Tokyo is well connected by limousine bus. You can get buses to the airport form most neighbourhoods in the city.