Sunday, September 28, 2008

Transfer from Keisei Line to JR Lines at Nippori Station



Information on how to catch the Keisei Line train from Narita Airport

JR Nippori Station has seen a sweeping change in the last couple of few years, and Keisei Station has still been under renovation, maybe until the super fast New Skyliner starts to run in a couple of years.


nrt keisei route

narita access map


Nippori Station overall map with transfer directions between Keisei and JR


If you intend to change to the JR Line from Keisei at Nippori, you might want to purchase a connection ticket sold at a ticket machine, or at the counter at Narita Airport Stations.


Skyliner on the Keisei platform
Skyliner


Limited express (Rapid service)


First, on arriving at Nippori, go upstairs by escalator. They are located at both ends of the track.


Escalator on the Ueno side


Escalator on the Narita side


Then clear the wicket if you have a connection ticket to JR.






Keisei - JR transfer gate area





Then walk diagonally forward right, and keep on walking.


You can see the signposts leading you to the right track before long.



Escalator to the Ueno, Tokyo bound track.




Lift to the Ueno, Tokyo bound track.




Escalator to the Ikebukuro, Shinjuku bound track.



Lift to Ikebukuro, Shinjuku bound track.




Then you're on the correct platform.




Yamanote Line train




Keihin Tohoku Line train (This doesn't stop at this station during the daytime.)





Inside the Yamanote Line train. It was much more crowded between Shinjuku and Ikebukuro.


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2 comments:

lastmockingbird said...

Hi, i hope you could help me. I would be changing trains as well from Keisei to Yamanote bound to Shinjuku. I am just quite confused which platform to take given the map: http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/stations/e1184.html

I hope you could help me out. Thank you!

Nick said...

Hi, about how long does it take to transfer? Is it easier to transfer at Ueno or Nippori? Thanks