For Families

Terminal 1 6F Roof Observation Deck

Enjoy scenery fitting of an airport with a 360° panoramic view. Even adults will get absorbed as the planes dynamically take off and land. The Observation Deck is on the 6F and roof level, split into two floors. It’s wide enough that families can spend their time and relax.

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Terminal 3 5F Observation Deck

The Observation Deck lets you see planes taking off and landing up close. You can also see Tokyo Tower and the Tokyo Skytree from the deck thanks to its good visibility. It is unique to Terminal 3 that you can see international aircraft up close and the control tower in front of you. You can also enjoy the beautiful night view that looks like a jewel box.

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Terminal 1 B1F Tokyo Chef's Kitchen

It can be difficult to find restaurants that cater to what everyone in the family wants. The food court offers a wide variety of foods, allowing everyone in the family to enjoy themselves and get their fill. Food court restaurants are listed below.

  • Ginza Bairin, Tonkatsu Specialty Shop
  • Azumi-No, Japanese Soba
  • Yoshikami, Asakusa Western-style Restaurant​ ​
  • To The Herbs Express, Aoyama Pizza and Pasta
  • Chinese​ ​
  • Yakisoba
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Terminal 1 3F Doshin Juveniland TOKYO

We have such a wide assortment of toys that both children and adults can enjoy themselves, losing track of time going through our selection of nostalgic. We have a collection by Teruhisa Kitahara, who has appeared on appraisal TV shows and is a famous antique toy collector. It’s called the “Kitahara Collection Airport Gallery,” and in addition to that, we have nostalgic tin-plated toys, Nordic wooden toys, games, key chains and more in a space filled with childlike wonder. The store has a feel that others don’t, with the history of toys, collection memories and episodes. Children will be delighted to see this world of toys that differs slightly from video games.

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Haneda Airport Memorial Stamp (Information Desk)

Information desks in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 have places where you can receive a Haneda Airport Memorial stamp as proof that you visited Haneda Airport.
Even if you don’t have paper yourself, we will provide paper with “Haneda Airport Memorial Stamp” written on it, so please try it to commemorate your trip and make a fun memory.

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Kid’s Space (only for passengers awaiting boarding)

There's lots to worry about when it comes to bringing children on a plane. At Haneda Airport, we have set up a space where you can relax and play in the departure area that passengers can use. IAlthough it can be difficult to let kids play without worrying about the surrounding area, you can rest easy as you let them play here. If you arrive a bit early and let your children play enough, then you can have time to relax on your flight.

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For Couples

Terminal 2 5F Observation Deck

Enjoy romantic scenery stretching from the Tokyo Bay area to Chiba’s coast, with Tokyo Bay right before your eyes. On clear days, you can even see Disneyland, Makuhari and the Boso Peninsula. With the main runway right in front of you, you can also watch as planes take off and land.
You can also enjoy the beautiful scene of the runway and Tokyo Bay area at night. If you’re a couple coming home from work, why not drop by for a visit? The Observation Deck is big enough to find a space just for two and enjoy a romantic time together.

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Terminal 1 3F Starbucks Coffee

Starbucks Coffee is also at Haneda Airport. Located on 3F in Terminal 1, there is a counter facing the check-in lobby. Even those who are not departing can enjoy a view that makes them feel like travelers. There aren’t many seats and it can be hard to get one, but if you can, we recommend a seat at the counter.

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Terminal 1 3F / Terminal 2 3F Minami Aoyama Shosaikan

How about trying out this store when you need a thoughtful present? With a classy, nostalgic atmosphere, this store carries antique, brand and museum stationery. You should definitely come on by if you are shopping as a couple. You might even want to get a pair of fountain pens as a memento.

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Restaurants You Can Watch Planes From

Haneda Airport Recommended Spots/ Restaurants You Can Watch Planes From

How about a meal or a cup of coffee while you watch airplanes take off and land? There are restaurants and cafes you can watch planes from at Haneda Airport. Relax and enjoy some delicious food and scenery you can only see at Haneda Airport.


Other

Terminal 1 1F Haneda Airport Shrine

It’s not well-known, but there is a Japanese Shrine at Haneda Airport that is used in praying for advances in the aviation industry, as well as safe travel by air. As an airport that emphasizes safety, this shrine is a valuable asset. The shrine is located on 1F of Terminal 1. Why not pray for a safe trip when you travel through Haneda Airport? It will surely offer a chance to make your trip more fun.

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Terminal 3 4F ↔ 5F Haneda Nihonbashi

The Haneda Nihonbashi Bridge symbolizes the first step towards travel. It is made of Japanese cypress from Yoshino and has been restored to half the length and width based on Nihonbashi in the first half of the 19th century. The detailed design is Haneda's original. Use the bridge as your departure point to the skies of today, and perhaps you will feel like something about this trip in particular is going to be a little bit different. The wall is decorated with replicas of Edo period folding screens from the National Museum of Japanese History. They depict various famous locations throughout Edo, showing the bustling activity of the ancient city through murals on porcelain panels.

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Terminal 3 5F Wooden Tag

A "Wooden tag" like a voive tablet is displayed on the 5th floor "Festival Square" of Terminal 3
Pass prayer from good health and good luck fulfillment, love fulfillment, safe Flights and so on, you put a wish of their own way Wooden tag will be the commemoration also brought back can decorate the square.

  • Vending Machines festival open space (¥ 510 per sheet)
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Terminal 3 5F TIAT Sky Road

The model planes of each airline operating on international flights at Haneda Airport and photographs of employees working at the airport are on display.
In addition, a popular Flights simulator is installed, making it a space where you can enjoy driving experiences.

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P4 Parking 1F Haneda Airport Pet Hotel Front Counter (Check-in counter)

When going on a trip, there may be many opportunities to take your pet along just like family. At Haneda Airport, however, we offer a pet hotel. We offer a full line-up of pet-related services like trimming, a micro spa and a big dog park. We recommend trying the “Quick Service,” which is unique to Haneda Airport. We provide pet care service for just 500 yen (one hour) to anyone who shows a boarding pass valid at Haneda Airport for that same day. Getting your pet safely on the airplane quickly can be a big worry. Instead of arriving at the airport at the last minute and entrusting you pet at the airline counter, you can come early and use the quick service, then enjoy eating or shopping. There is also a “Temporary Pet Care” service for customers not boarding planes. The service starts from 1620 yen. Be sure to drop by the Haneda Airport Pet Hotel Front Counter (Check-in counter) when you go out with your pet. We also have a reception counter (reservation only) on 1F in the P5 parking area.

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