How to get to Ibaraki Airport

About Ibaraki Airport

There is no train station directly connected to Ibaraki Airport, so access to the airport is by private car or by bus or cab from the nearest station. If you are traveling from central Tokyo, you should expect it to take approximately 90 minutes to reach the airport, combined with the train ride.

How to get there

The nearest stations to Ibaraki Airport are Ishioka Station on the JR Joban Line in the west and Shin-Hokoda Station on the Oarai-Kashima Line of the Kashima Rinkai Railway in the east. The distance to the airport is about 13 km from Ishioka Station and about 16 km from Shin-Hokoda Station, and travel from the stations to the airport is necessarily by bus or cab. Ishioka Station has a good number of buses, but be aware that only one bus departs from Shin-Hokoda Station at 11:50 a.m. Although farther away, many buses also operate from Mito Station. Mito Station is served by the JR Joban and Suigun Lines and the Oarai-Kashima Line of the Kashima Rinkai Railway, and is approximately 45 minutes from Shin-Hokoda Station. If access is difficult due to the time of day, it is also possible to leave for Mito Station and take a bus.

From Tokyo, it costs only one coin.

To get to Ibaraki Airport is “one coin 500 yen” by bus if you are from Tokyo. If you are taking a budget air ticket to/from Ibaraki Airport, it is definitely more economical to take the bus.

If you are an air traveler, it is one coin, but for those who are not, it is also available for 1,200 yen.

If you are traveling from Tokyo to Ibaraki Airport by bus, take the express bus from the Yaesu South Exit of JR Tokyo Station, Bus Stop No. 3.

Advance reservations are required, so if you are considering using this service, be sure to check the official website for times and other details.

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The noise, the speed, the clean flight line. It was my first time to see it. I was so excited.
Many people had checked the site in advance and came to see it.
I think it’s worth a detour to see it. If you don’t like the sound of explosions, get your earplugs ready.


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