Absolutely! I used to live in Akasakamitsuke, and took the Keisei Skyliner from Narita to Ueno Station, then transferred to the Ginza Line which goes directly to Akasakamitsuke. It’s a bit of a walk - several hundred metres - at Ueno, but it’s clearly signposted.
However there is a new alternative - and this option didn’t exist when I was living there - namely to take the Access Narita bus from the Airport to Ginza Station (it stops at Tokyo Station first, so don’t get off there) and then take the Ginza Line. The bus stops right outside an elevator down into Ginza Station. This will definitely be a bit cheaper (the bus is only Y1,000) and doesn’t involve having to go down about 4/5 floors to the train station in the airport.