Tokyo City Air Terminal, Chuo
(2.2/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
, also known as T-CAT, is a bus terminal for Airport Transport Service, an airport bus operator, in downtown Tokyo, Japan. The terminal is located in Nihonbashi-Hakozaki-cho, Chuo-ku, beneath Hakozaki Junction, the three-way interchange for Shuto Expressway Route 6 (Mukojima Route) and Route 9 (Fukagawa Route), three blocks southeast of Suitengu shrine. T-CAT is a gateway for passengers going to and from Narita International Airport and Tokyo International Airport (Haneda).The major stockholders in T-CAT's operating company include Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd., Keikyu Corporation, Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd., Airport Transport Service Co., Ltd., Keisei Electric Railway Co., Ltd., and Airport Facilities Co., Ltd.HistoryT-CAT opened around the same time as New Tokyo International Airport in 1978. Since Narita Airport is located 66 km from the city, the terminal was intended to increase the convenience of the airport with offering airline check-in facilities until September 2001. T-CAT also at one point had exit immigration pre-clearance desks, so that passengers could complete exit formalities at T-CAT and then use a special lane to bypass exit immigration at Narita Airport.
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  • This bus terminal is one of the convenient place from and to both Narita and Haneda airports in Tokyo. There is a subway station 'Suitengu', which is directly connected to T-CAT. T-CAT TOURIST INFORMA...  more »
  • Easy and very reasonable way to get from Narita to our hotel, which happily was just across the street. 
  • When arriving at one of Tokyo's airports, it may be that the Limousine Bus to one's hotel does not leave for a long time, and then it makes a tour of several hotels, stopping at each one, so it can po...  more »