Book a limousine bus ticket from Kyoto city center to Kansai airport! This scheduled route stops at terminals 1 and 2 at Kansai airport, and 9 convenient locations throughout Kyoto city center.
- Seats of buses from Kyoto to Kansai Airport are assigned, you cannot board the bus if seats are fully booked. We strongly recommend you to reserve the seats in advance. Reservation phone number (Japanese only): +81-75-682-4400 (9:00～19:00, JST) - Single trip ticket is not applicable for Kyoto to Kansai Airport direction. - Due to traffic, there might be a delay. Please make sure you have plenty of time for traveling. - Each passenger can check in their baggage up to two pieces. Please keep the baggage ticket carefully. Please redeem your e-voucher at the following collection points: - Kansai International Airport - Terminal 1, 1F JTR counter International Arrivals Hall (North Exit) Opening Hours: 08:30-22:00 - EDION Namba Tourist Information Service Center, Japan Holiday Tourist Information Service Center JTR counter Opening Hours: 10:00～21:00
Reserve your airport transfer from/to Kyoto city center to/from Kansai International airport with a limousine bus! The bus departs from 9 convenient locations in Kyoto city center to terminal 1 and terminal 2 at Kansai International airport. Kansai Airport –– Kyoto Route: - Kansai airport Terminal 1 (Bus Stop 8) - Kansai airport Terminal 2 (Bus Stop 2) - Highway Kyotanabe - Kyoto Station - Horikawa Gojo* - Shijo Omiya** - Nijo Station** - Shijo Karasuma* - Karasuma Oike* - Kyoto City Hall* - Sanjo Keihan* - Demachi Yanagi Station** *A few buses stop **Very few buses stop Please check here for the full list of limousine bus stops: https://rakuten-travelexp.net/kansai-osaka-kyoto-bus Some information about main stops along the route: -At Sanjo Keihan lookout for foreign brands such as Starbucks and McDonald's facades redesigned in Japanese style to harmonize with Kyoto city landscape. -Shijo Karasuma is the business center of Kyoto and home of many financial companies' buildings. -Kyoto station is the main transportation hub in Kyoto, including a theater, department store, shopping mall, museum, as well as multiple restaurants and hotels.