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The Nearest Airport To Kyoto and Kyoto Airport Transport13/8/2019
The Nearest Airport To Kyoto and Kyoto Airport Transport


The nearest airport to Kyoto is Osaka - but is it the most convenient for you? Here's the deal on airports nearest to Kyoto and the Kyoto airport transport links

There are three airports with easy access to Kyoto (listed in order of convenience to Kyoto):airport transfer in japan

1. Osaka International Airport (Itami; ITM): The closest airport to Kyoto - 50 minutes by convenient airport limousine bus. Serves mostly domestic flights (many airlines will fly you here free from Narita if you fly with them internationally).
2. Kansai International Airport (KIX): The main international access point to Kyoto - about 90 minutes from Kyoto by direct express train.
3.Central Japan International Airport (Centrair; NGO): less than 90 minutes from Kyoto by airport express and shinkansen.
See also the note below about flying into Tokyo (Narita or Haneda) - in certain circumstances, it may be easier to do this.Each of these airports has its own transport options for getting to Kyoto from the airport (and, of course, getting from Kyoto to the airport).

Notes: No reservations necessary. At Itami, buy your ticket from the ticket machines outside the arrivals hall and wait at the curbside at the correct boarding point. In Kyoto, the main stop is near Avanti department store; attendants at the stop will sell you a ticket (see the website for more boarding points in Kyoto, including main hotels).

Note: Reserve online at least two days in advance. Note that this is convenient because the service will drop you right at your lodgings (and pick you up at your lodgings). However, because it's shared, you may have to stop at several places, so it can be time consuming.

Note: You don't need reserved seats on this train except in the busy shogatsu, Obon and Golden Week seasons. If traveling from Kyoto to KIX, ask at your lodgings if your intended departure originates in Kyoto or Shiga; some trains start in Shiga, meaning they are mostly full when they reach Kyoto - opt for a train starting in Kyoto. Details on this useful Wikipedia page.

Notes: No reservations necessary. At KIX, buy your ticket from the transport counter in the international arrivals hall and wait at the curbside at the correct boarding point. In Kyoto, the main stop is near Avanti department store; attendants at the stop will sell you a ticket (see the website for more boarding points in Kyoto, including main hotels).

Note: If possible, reserve online at least two days in advance. If you have no reservation, you can approach the MK counter at the south end of the international arrivals hall and see if they can fit you in (they probably can). Note that this is convenient because the service will drop you right at your lodgings (and pick you up at your lodgings). However, because it's shared, you may have to stop at several places, so it can be time consuming.


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