The monorail (YuiRail) that travels through Naha city, starts at Naha Airport Station, also known as the entrance to Okinawa, and goes all the way to Shuri Station, the last stop, which is 13km in length and has a total of 15 stations; it travels to many sightseeing spots such as the international street (Kokusai Dori), city center and Shuri Castle. The convenient 1-day and 2-day tickets are available, so why not ride the YuiRail and sightsee in the city.
Since the Naha Airport Station is connected to the domestic terminal of the airport, the monorail is also used by tourists visiting popular sites around Naha. It also offers a beautiful view of the Naha cityscape through the windows.
When you are out of the Arrival gate, do not go out, but proceed to the 2F (departure lobby) of the building. To go to the 2F, please use an escalator or an elevator.
There is a path outside that connects to the building for domestic flights, so use it to proceed to the domestic flight terminal building.
Keep walking along the path. There is a yellow Braille block on the side of the path, so please don’t put luggage there.
Turn right at the end of the path and proceed inside the domestic flight terminal building. Once you turn left, there is a sign for the YUI RAIL so follow the directions and walk.
When you proceed straight 100 meters, you will see a connecting path to the YUI RAIL.
You will see YUI RAIL’s Naha Airport Station, so continue straight.
Proceed straight ahead on the path that has the moving walkway.
Stopping at YUI RAIL Naha Airport Station. For how to purchase a ticket or how to ride, please click here.
If your trip includes using YUI RAIL, the 1 Day Ticket or 2-day Ticket is convenient. The 1-day Ticket can be used for an unlimited time 24 hours after purchase, and the 2-day Ticket can be used for an unlimited time 48 hours after purchase. Details such as rail fares can be found in the information below.
About Rail Fares
Yui-Rail Fare Chart: 1-day ticket (2-day ticket) fares (External links)
Please switch off your mobile phone when you are near the priority seats. In other areas, please set it to silent mode and refrain from talking on the phone.
Please don’t Eat, drink, smoke or litter on trains or in stations.
There are priority seats reserved for elderly and handicapped passengers, expecting mothers, and passengers accompanying small children.