As an alternative to the Narita Express train or limousine bus, the Keisei Skyliner is slightly cheaper and equally convenient.
When I left Tokyo in August, I took the bus from Shinagawa to Narita airport. On this trip in, I came from the airport on the Japan Rail Narita Express train. This Saturday afternoon departure had an easy schedule out and I felt adventurous, so I tried the third (slightly cheaper) option: the Keisei Skyliner. My luggage is on wheels. I dragged the bags the few blocks over to Tamachi station.
I was entertained by the smoking area in the middle of the block, away from anyplace a pedestrian would object.
I presume that the translation of the caution is literal.
I rode up the escalator into Tamachi station, bought a Japan Rail ticket, and went down to the train platform.
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