Niigata is located on the Sea of Japan coast of Japan northwest of Tokyo. The four distinct seasons that bless Japan offer attractions to visitors in each season.
Niigata is well known as the origin of “Koshihikari”, a famous brand of rice in Japan, and, because of the purity of the water, is the home of some of the finest sake in the nation. Niigata is the center of Japanese food.
The service from Narita Airport offers a buffet breakfast option. Passengers may choose this option to have breakfast at the hotel straight after they arrive in Niigata in the morning. Leaflets such as “TOKIMEKI SADO and NIIGATA GUIDE” with helpful information on Sado Island and Niigata are available on the buses.
In addition, the bus terminates at Niigata Port where the ferry departs for trip to Sado Island. A high-speed ferry reaches Sado Island in about 65 minutes and the island itself adds another dimension to the delights of Niigata Prefecture with the historical Sado gold mine and a look at the ecology of the Tokinomori forest park.
|Narita Airport ▶︎ Niigata|
|Narita Airport T3||22:20|
|Narita Airport T2||22:25|
|Narita Airport T1||22:30|
|Osaki Station,West Exit Bus Terminal||0:05|
|Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal||0:35|
|Bandaijima Ferry Terminal of Niigata Port||7:40|
|Niigata ▶︎ Narita Airport|
|Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal||5:00|
|Narita Airport T3||6:32|
|Narita Airport T2||6:35|
|Narita Airport T1||6:40|
From 4,700 yen (for tickets to and from Narita Airport)
Relax(4 seats per row）・Comodo（3 individual seats per row）