Haneda Airport International Terminal 3
Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal grand opened in October 2010, providing the greater metropolitan area a primary international terminal. In 2014, it opened up to more flights and now offers nonstop services to 29 airports in 26 cities worldwide, allowing the airport to attract many more passengers every year.
The terminal houses most of the major airlines in SkyTeam Airlines and Star Alliance as well as some low-cost airlines such as Peach Aviation and Air Asia X. The arrival lobby is located on the 2nd floor and the departure lobby on the 3rd floor. After arrival, onward buses, trains, or taxis are available from the terminal to the visitors’ destinations.
The international passenger terminal of Haneda airport is open 24 hours, with many facilities for the convenience of the passengers. The terminal has a free wireless LAN and PC desks to use your laptops as well as cell phone charger stations.
Pre-security shops and restaurants are mainly located on the 4th floor. The terminal has a wide variety of food choices from traditional Japanese, ramen, sushi, and Italian to franchised restaurants for a quick meal before the flight. Try udon noodles restaurant ‘Tsurutontan’ or Fried Pork Cutlet restaurant ‘Katsusen’, which are ranked highly among many restaurants. With your stomach full, you can take some time to get souvenirs from the shops on the same floor.
The international terminal also has an observation deck on the top floor just like the domestic terminals, providing awesome views of the sea line with departing and landing airplanes as well as a moon viewing platform at night. The ‘Pop town’ provides the last chance for the fans of Japanese characters, as you can visit some character and toy shops such as Hello Kitty Japan and Design Japan Culture Store here.
If you are staying overnight or want to have a quick stop before jumping into central Tokyo, accommodation near the terminal is available within walking distance from the Keikyu line’s Haneda Airport International Station.
Haneda Airport Domestic Terminals 1 & 2
Tokyo Haneda Airport is the only airport within Tokyo Prefecture and has an increasing number of visitors and attractions emerging each year. Winning the award for World’s Best Domestic Airport, and Best Airport Terminal Cleanliness, your journey through Haneda Airport is sure to be a smooth one.
The domestic terminal consists of terminal 1 and terminal 2. Terminal 1 is used primarily for Japan Airlines and minor airlines such as Skymark Airlines, Star Flyer, and Japan Transocean Air. Terminal 2 houses All Nippon Airways (ANA) as well as Air Do, Solaseed Air, and Star Flyer. Travelers can easily move between the International terminal and domestic terminals by free shuttle bus or the Keikyu monorail line every five minutes. The two domestic terminals are well connected by an underground corridor as well.
Terminal 1 is a six-story, and terminal 2 is a five-story building with an arrival lobby located on the first floor, departure lobby on the second, and many shops and restaurants above. Most of the restaurants in Haneda Airport are carefully selected from western to traditional Japanese style and you can enjoy some decent Japanese cuisine at Hitoshinaya or Kyozen, located on 2nd and 3rd floor of Terminal 1. There are also a wide variety of shops from Japanese snacks and sweets to clothing and bags from international brands. Japanese souvenir shops are located in every floor of the building for your convenience. One of the specialties of Haneda Airport is the observation deck located on the top floor with its air rooftop café to watch beautiful views of Tokyo Bay while planes arrive and depart.
Set your inner child free at Juveniland. Find countless toys, gadgets, and limited goods available in this store of dreams. Open from 9:00–19:30, it is located on the third floor of Terminal 1.
Try some of Japan’s finest oil blotting papers brought to you by Yojiya. Do not miss out on the aloe oil blotting paper, a limited edition found only at the Haneda Airport store. Absorb the excess oil off your face and enjoy fresh skin anytime. A relaxing cafe with Kyoto-themed sweets is also connected to the store. Found on the B1F, and open from 7:00–20:00 (last order at the cafe is 19:30).
Find a wide variety of specially selected goods and products from different regions at Tokyo’s Tokyo. A lovely place to find the perfect souvenir, it is a fun place full of unique items and original goods. Found at Terminal 2, open from 9:00–19:30.
Visit the Discovery Museum located on the third floor at Terminal 2, a great introduction to some of Japan’s art and culture. With no admission fee, it is an easily accessible exhibit of Japanese artifacts. Celebrating the 400th anniversary since Tokugawa Ieyasu’s death, the museum is currently displaying a collection of his treasures. Open from 11:00–18:00.
Both domestic terminals are open from 5:00–23:30, but if you arrive outside this time you can stay at the Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu in Terminal 2.
The Royal Park Hotel The Haneda is also within walking distance from Keikyu line Haneda Airport International station.
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