YCAT～Bus terminal, connecting Yokohama with sightseiing destinations as well as with Japan regions～
Bus Terminal YCAT, connecting Yokohama with Narita Airport and Haneda Airport.
All you should do is to take a bus from the stop right in front of you – and get to Narita Airport
in eighty-five minutes, to Domestic Terminal 1 in twenty-four minutes and to International Terminal of Haneda Airport in forty minutes. Buses also depart for Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise,Odaiba (Tokyo Big Sight), Gotemba Premium Outlets, so if your starting point for sightseeing is Yokohama, you are likely to visit this bus terminal again and again.
High speed buses connect Yokohama with most cities and regions of Japan – Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, Tohoku, Joshin’etsu, Tokai region, Kinki region, Chugoku region.
YCAT is connected with Yokohama station by underground mall which is quite convenient when it rains outside.
The main entrance. It is always busy and crowded by travelers.
There are Starbucks coffeeshop and Lawson convenience store that can be used as matching or waiting points.
Bus stops are numbered from one to six – thus, buses to Narita Airport depart from stop number one, buses to Haneda Airport – from stop number three. Buy your tickets for Narita Airport bus at a ticket counter.
There is a monitor above the ticket counter where you can check arrival and departure schedule for Narita and Haneda Airports. There are many buses departing and arriving, so it is rather convenient that monitor letters are big and easy to read.
There are a currency exchange counter and international money transfer counter for your convenience at Lobby 1.
You can feel the international atmosphere in the air.
There are three lobbies – from one to three, and each of them is equipped with coin lockers.
If your luggage is too big to fit into the coin locker, use the luggage storage room, located at the Lobby 2.
At the YCAT shop in the 1st lobby, the souvenirs of Yokohama and Kanagawa are substantial. Aside from Yokohama’s high-color cultures, as well as souvenirs filled with Japanese colors.
On weekends, there is late-night sales (irregular), so you can use it forgetting to buy souvenirs.
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