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Taxi Alternative in Tokyo
Airport transfer in Tokyo
Tokyo has two major airports, and both Narita International Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport are a considerable distance outside of town. Avoid the taxi queues and book with Blacklane as an alternative to a taxi, allowing you to travel in comfort.Blacklane’s top-tier airport transfer in Tokyo can help to eliminate the stress often associated with traveling, with airport shuttles to get you to your flight on time and pickup services to ferry you into the city when you arrive. Our luxury car service in Tokyo includes a flight-tracking system, so your chauffeur can track your flight and be there on time; an hour’s waiting time from your operative, allowing you to process through customs and baggage claim; and a meet-and-greet, which includes assistance in carrying your luggage to your waiting black car.
Traverse the city in your chauffeured black limousine
Tokyo is a city of superlatives: the center of the world’s most populous urban area, the world’s largest urban economy, and the city with the most Michelin stars. The city can be hectic and overwhelming at times, but Blacklane can help you out, with our reliable limousine service in Tokyo available 24 hours a day in the Japanese capital. Our service begins with Business Class, ideal for hourly hire in situations when you require a car to be there on standby, through to Business Van/SUV, designed for up to five people, and perfect for airport transfers, and First Class, for when you want to arrive in style.
Your premium taxi alternative in Tokyo
Booking with Blacklane in Tokyo provides a simple, comfortable, and efficient mode of transportation. The city is a warren of backstreets and a sometimes incomprehensible public transport system, and thus a taxi alternative with professional chauffeur is an attractive choice. Our Blacklane service in Tokyo is available whether you require an early morning shuttle to the airport or the Tsukiji Fish Market, a midday ride across town for a business lunch in Akasaka, or a late night pickup from the karaoke bars of Shibuya.