Trains run every 30-60 minutes, some services make additional stops and/or continue onward to Maibara. The Haruka is the easiest and fastest way to reach Kyoto, and you can connect to the Shinkansen (bullet train) at Shin-Osaka. Taxis are very expensive except shuttle vans. If you're willing to pay a bit extra, the Kanku Lounge offers a 9-hour package for ¥3800. For slightly cheaper eats, try the shops on the main floor of the hotel building. The JR Rapid Service runs along the same tracks to Tennoji (43 min, ¥1,030), but then diverge along the Osaka Loop Line to Osaka station (63 min) and terminus Kyobashi (72 min, ¥1,160). Unlike Tokyo's Narita, Kansai has fairly good domestic connections throughout Japan, making it a good choice for transiting onward. The bus is also the only practical option for connecting to domestic flights from Osaka's Itami Airport (70 minutes, ¥1,700). The cost is comparable to or slightly higher than the train, but the buses go directly to some major hotels (service to Umeda-area hotels is approximately 60 minutes; ¥1,300) and can be faster than the train for some destinations such as Kobe (60 minutes, ¥1,800) in good traffic. The most practical means of getting to Osaka and Kyoto is by train. However, if you're flying domestically and your final destination is in Kansai, it probably makes more sense to fly to the more centrally-located Osaka (Itami) or Kobe airports instead. There is also free wireless internet  access in many parts of the terminal building. Convenient as it's a door-to-door service, but since the driver has 9 people to deliver, it may not be a fast arrival. A 3.75-kilometer bridge was built, known as the Kansai International Airport Access Bridge. There are 47 restaurants in the Passenger Terminal, In the international departures area, your options are limited to. The rapi:t and Rapid Service are the recommended means of going to central Osaka. Both trains cost ¥1,430 to Namba, including a ¥510 reservation surcharge, and one or the other runs every 30 minutes. Kansai International Airport (KIX; 関西国際空港 Kansai-kokusai-kūkō)  is the main international airport of Japan's Kansai region, including the cities of Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe. Although not as atrocious as some other international airports, prices may be slightly higher than on the mainland. Shared shuttle van services are provided by taxi companies at much more reasonable rates than private taxis. https://wikitravel.org/wiki/en/index.php?title=Kansai_International_Airport&oldid=2405373, Pages linked to a data item for a disambiguation. This area is also a good place for gift shopping, and has several other amenities such as a video arcade. On arrival, note that not all ATMs accept foreign cards, but the Citibank and post office ATMs do. There are several hotels across the bridge near Rinku-Town Station, 6 minutes away by JR or Nankai. The airport's Terminal 1, designed by star Italian architect Renzo Piano, is reputedly the longest building in the world at 1.7 kilometers, over one mile, from end to end. If you are considering a multi-day Kansai rail pass, consider this before buying your ticket, as it includes transport on the Nankai Rapid Service (not rapi:t). (MK Taxi) , (KIX HP - Shared shuttle van services) charges only ¥2,300 per person to Kobe or ¥3,000 to Kyoto, including one suitcase and carry-on luggage (there's a 1,000 yen additional charge if you have more than one large item). Located on a man made island about 40 kilometers south of central Osaka, Kansai Airport was opened in 1994, taking over all international and some of the domestic air traffic formerly handled by Osaka's Itami Airport. Note that the Rapid Service does not go to any Shinkansen stations; to get to Shin-Osaka, you must transfer at Osaka to a local or rapid train bound for Kyoto. +81-75-702-5489, open 8 AM to 9 PM). Arrivals are on the 1st floor, while departures are from the 4th floor. Copyright © 2018 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. Restaurants A - Z; Top Marken; Tax Refund & Banken. Lounges am Frankfurt Airport; Fundbüro; Shopping & Gastronomie. There is a hospital at Rinku-Town (about 10 minutes by car), But if the ill feelings are confined to your teeth, then see the, On the other hand, if you've had it with your good health, there are plenty of. After a prolonged hiatus, Kaijo Access  restarted their high-speed ferry service in 2006 and now run directly to Kobe's airport.