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Access from Haneda Airport

By train

There are three train stops close to the Kashiwa campus: 1) Kashiwanoha-campus st. on Tsukuba Express Line (TX) , 2) Edogawadai st. on Tobu Noda Line and 3) Kashiwa st. on JR Joban Line.

Take TX: From Akihabara, a terminal station of TX, to Kashiwanoha-campus, it is a thirty-minute ride by Semi-Express. Be noted that rapid trains do not stop at Kashiwanoha-campus.

Take Tobu bus at No.1 bus stop at Kashiwanoha-campus st. The bus bound for Edogawadai station or Nagareyama-Otakanomori station and your bus stop is Todai-mae. The bus departs, for the most of time, three or four times per hour and it takes fifteen minutes from the station to Todai-mae.

Shuttle bus

UTokyo's Kashiwa campus ⇔ Kashiwanoha campus station

The information is from here.

Take JR Joban Line: From Ueno, a terminal station of JR Joban line, to Kashiwa, it is a thirty-minute ride.

Take Tobu bus bound for National Cancer Center at No. 2 bus stop at Kashiwa, west exit for Todai-mae or National Cancer Center. The bus departs almost every ten minutes and the ride is to be within thirty minutes.

Take Tobu Noda Line at Kashiwa st. for Edogawadai. From Kashiwa to Edogawadai it is a ten-minute ride.

Take Tobu Bus bound for Kashiwanoha-campus station (via National Cancer Center) at east exit, Edogawadai st. for Todai-mae. The bus departs once or twice per hour and it is a five-minute ride.

By Airport Bus

Take Airport bus at No. 13 bus stop at either Terminal 1 or 2 at Haneda Airport. The bus's destination is Kashiwa st., West exit and get off at National Cancer Center. The airport bus departs, at the most of time, every one hour. One-way ticket costs 1,500 yen and it takes about 75 minutes from Haneda to Kashiwa.

※ For Timetable and Fare, please see here.

Access from Narita Airport

By Train

There are three train stops close to the Kashiwa campus: 1) Kashiwanoha-campus st. on Tsukuba Express Line (TX) , 2) Edogawadai st. on Tobu Noda Line and 3) Kashiwa st. on JR Joban Line. However, when you come from Narita area, the easiest way is to use JR Kashiwa station.

Take Keisei Line at Narita Airport st. for Nippori st. At Nippori st., transfer to JR Joban Line for JR Kashiwa station.
Keisei Line has a rapid train service, Skyliner Airport Express, between Nippori and Narita Airport. More information

Take Tobu bus bound for National Cancer Center at No. 2 bus stop at Kashiwa, west exit for Todai-mae or National Cancer Center. The bus departs almost every ten minutes and the ride is to be within thirty minutes.

Take JR Line at Narita Airport st. for Narita st. At Narita, transfer to JR Narita line boud for Abiko. At Abiko, transfer to JR Joban line bound for Ueno and get off at Kashiwa.

Take Tobu bus bound for National Cancer Center at No. 2 bus stop at Kashiwa, west exit for Todai-mae or National Cancer Center. The bus departs almost every ten minutes and the ride is to be within thirty minutes.

By Airport Bus NEW

Take Airport bus at No. 5 bus stop, Terminal 1, at No. 12 bus stop, Terminal 2, or at No. 6 bus stop, Terminal 3. The bus's destination is Matsudo st. and get off at Kashiwanoha-campus. The airport bus departs only every two hours. One-way ticket costs 1,700 yen, and it takes about 100 minutes from Narita to Kashiwa.
※ For Timetable and Fare, please see here.

Take Tobu bus at No.1 bus stop at Kashiwanoha-campus st. The bus bound for Edogawadai station or Nagareyama-Otakanomori station and your bus stop is Todai-mae. The bus departs, for the most of time, three or four times per hour and it takes fifteen minutes from the station to Todai-mae.

Shuttle bus

UTokyo's Kashiwa campus ⇔ Kashiwanoha campus station

The information is from here.

Updated: Oct. 3, 2016

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