Go to the airport from T-CAT
Tokyo City Air Terminal is affectionately called T-CAT. The terminal was opened on July 1, 1972 as a bus termi …

Tokyo City Air Terminal is affectionately called T-CAT. The terminal was opened on July 1, 1972 as a bus terminal to the Tokyo International Airport. Here is now functioning as a limousine bus terminal.T-CAT is a gateway to travel to Narita Airport or Haneda Airport for trips and business tours using the limousine bus. It is easy to get to the bus station as T-CAT has a direct connection from the Suitengu-mae subway station.

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The indoor moving sidewalk is convenient even if you have heavy baggage. There is no need to worry about rain or even storm. It is recommended to use Tokyo Metro Hanzomon line and the others lines connected to it, so quite early to move from central Tokyo even after your sightseeing.

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Restaurants and shops in this facility are used by businessmen and local customers as a convenient commercial space so of course you can enjoy local food here before you leave central Tokyo. The limousine bus arrives in front of the airport departure lobby. The check-in counter is easy to find immediately, even for those not used to traveling by airplane. As there is no need to walk around the airport with heavy baggage, it is more convenient than other means of transportation.

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As T-CAT is located near the entrance to the expressway, the limousine bus can drive smoothly to and from the airport. The transportation control system can check for daily traffic jams and blocked roads, e.g., due to bad weather. Therefore, there is no need to worry about delays, it’s very punctual! T-CAT to Narita is about 60min and Haneda is about 25min. After your big sightseeing in Tokyo, you don’t need to worry about your flight time anymore! Please check it out!

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