Haneda

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  • shop 购物 가게
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  • see 看到 观光 볼거리
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An airport that was once utilized for domestic flights only, is now revamped for international flights.

Roughly 64 million passengers travel through Haneda Airport annually, distinguishing itself as one of the busiest airports in the world. However, unless your itinerary routes you this way, there is no need to actually come here, I mean why would you do that for any airport? Having said that, there are some cool shops.

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●Access

Haneda Airport

 

① Railway
Keikyu Railway: Keikyu Airport Line
Tokyo Monorail: Haneda Line

 

② Bus
Airport Limousine Bus
Keikyu Express

 

There are also routes that connect to neighboring prefectures and areas of interest.

Keep in mind, the express bus that travels to destinations other than directly to the

Tokyo Bay area (Odaiba, Disney Resort, Yokohama, Narita Airport), have fewer routes, take longer than the train, and cost more. Therefore, it's not well recommended.

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Like any busy airport, there are plenty of shops worth taking a look inside. There are shops that specialize in Japanese gifts (especially Japanese sweets and food) and bento sets (lunch box sets) from all over Japan. You are highly unlikely to visit all of Japan in one go, so this shop could be quite beneficial in experimenting with different tastes across the country.

 

As far as restaurants are concerned, expect them to be pricy, but understandably so with the quality of taste. It’s not exactly the best of what Japan has to offer, but it sure beats most, if not all the other airports “food.”

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