Haneda Airport, Tokyo: Inside the World’s Best Airport

Thetraveljunkie.orgTokyo’s Haneda Airport is a paragon of tradition of Japan, modern, smooth-functioning, but its appeal is deeper that that. The travel junkie discovers the secret to airport success.

It’s no boring airport terminal. Haneda Airport, in Tokyo, is “Made in JAPANHaneda Only One“. For me, the world’s best airport is a heartfelt greeting of technology and local culture.

I recently spent several hours in the airport during a trip to Tokyo and had a chance to explore. The bottom line: This is a place where you’ll actually enjoy having a merchant of the Edo period with your five senses.

It’s easy to get between terminals on the Tokyo Monorail and Keikyu Line.

Entertainment space to enjoy “Japan Now” TOKYO POP TOWN.

EDO KO-JI: A town built by master craftsmen who convey the history and tradition of Japan to the world of today.

Haneda Nihonbashi allows travel junkies to experience the beginning of their journey in a way unique to Tokyo International Air Terminal.

The whole airport is designed to help people relax and to make the flying experience less stressful. You’ll find seating areas scattered throughout the airport with cushy chairs for napping, reading, or TV watching. The chairs were really comfortable.

Near viewing decks, you can find TIAT Sky Road and pilot simulator.

A player room is available in the third floor departure lobby before passport control, allowing travel junkies a quiet place for prayers.

There are tons of dining and drinking options.

Where I ate Japanese food.

And , there are also some more affordable shops, and lots of duty free stores.

Even the art exhibits are supposed to be soothing.

You can watch planes take off and land directly from the viewing decks.

A big thank you Japan National Tourism Organization, Garuda Indonesia, my readers, for following and supporting me on this journey!


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One Comment

  1. That is so Japanese. When we flew to Tokyo we arrived at the Narita airport which is quite different from this one. You are making me miss Japan so much!

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