Whether you have a layover, overnight sleepover or you are just quickly passing through, our Tokyo Haneda Airport Guide is a great place to start planning your visit. Here, you’ll find information on services and facilities available inside the airport – including details about airport lounges, WiFi, mobile charging points, lockers, 24-hour food options, nearby hotels, and everything in between.
- Airport Lounges
- Airport Hotels
- Airport WiFi
- Rest Zones
- Luggage Storage
- Mobile Charging
[security] made me fill in a form to be able to sleep on the bench for free.– Daniel
HND Airport Overview
To help you plan your layover or overnight sleepover, here is a quick run-down about what to expect during your time at Tokyo Haneda Airport.
What to Expect
Tokyo Haneda Airport (code: HND) is spread across three terminals: domestic Terminals 1 and 2 and the International Terminal. Terminals 1 and 2 are connected by an underground walkway. Free shuttle buses run every 4 minutes between the International Terminal and the two domestic terminals. Once inside, plan on walking a lot.
Your experience varies depending on your terminal but you can expect modern conveniences like free WiFi, plenty of charging outlets, showers and good seating. There are lots of shops and dining options serving Japanese, Asian, and Western cuisine, but know that most close by 9:00PM in Terminals 1 and 2 (Domestic). For 24 hour eats, head over to the International Terminal where you have several options, both landside and airside. Want to upgrade your layover? Economy class travellers can pay to enter a few airport lounges. See Airport Lounges in the guide below for locations and access information.
Sleeping in Tokyo Haneda Airport
If you’re planning to camp out overnight, you’ll have to head to the International Terminal, which is open 24 hours. (Terminals 1 and 2 close between 12:00AM and 5:00AM.) Travellers report feeling safe thanks to security guards who check for IDs and boarding passes. Sleeping is a breeze with plenty of couches, benches, and seats without armrests. If you prefer to stretch out, you’ll have no problem finding carpeted areas. Some travellers find peace and quiet in restaurants that have closed for the night.Explore our guide to sleeping in Tokya Haneda Airportor read some traveller airport reviews for more tips.For uninterrupted sleep, a hotel at the International Terminal welcomes transit and non-transit guests, a budget capsule hotel is located landside in Terminal 1, and a traditional hotel connects to Terminal 2. Nearby hotels offer free shuttle service. See the Airport Hotels section below for locations.
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In this guide we may refer to locations as “landside” and “airside”. Landside is the public area of the terminal located in the non-secure zone, before security. Airside is the secure area of the terminal that you must reach by going through security. For more information on Europe’s Schengen Area, click here.
Haneda Airport Hotels
- Nearest Hotel: Inside the Airport
- Sleep Cabins or Pods: No
- Day Rooms: Yes
- Nearby Hotels with Free Shuttles: Yes
When the prospect of sleeping on the floor or in a chair is giving you nightmares, there is good news for those of you who are looking to sleep at Haneda Airport in comfort. If you are on a layover in the international terminal, you don’t have to go through security as there is a transit hotel offering both short-term and overnight rates. A hotel located in the public area of the airport and a number of nearby hotels offering free airport shuttles are other options.
With Covid restrictions constantly changing, we recommend that you confirm shuttle availability prior to booking and/or prior to your arrival.
At Airport Royal Park Hotel The Haneda – (Currently Closed due to Covid-19) Directly connected to the International Terminal in the Departure Lobby, 3F (Hotel) or Gates 112-114, 3F (Transit Hotel). The hotel has a transit floor that is accessible only within the secure area of the terminal. In addition to hotel rooms, if you prefer something more short-term, you can also book a Refresh Room (TV, sofa and shower) to freshen up. The refresh room does not have beds. Refresh room rates from 3,000 yen for the first hour. Whichever you choose the rates include free access to the Transit Lounge (drinks, food, magazines). » Check RatesAt Airport First Cabin Tokyo Haneda – A budget capsule hotel with rooms that resemble airplane cabins. Rooms are one-person only (choose from Business Class or First Class size), no en-suite bathrooms. Located in Domestic Terminal 1 on the Arrivals Floor 1F (landside). Rates are available based on short stay at varying times throughout the day, starting at 800 YEN (Business Class) or 1000 YEN (First Class). If you need to travel between terminals you can use the free shuttle bus or the free monorail (passport and ticket required). » Check RatesNear Airport Haneda Excel Hotel – Located at Domestic Terminal 2, landside, direct access from the departure lobby. A monorail is available for transfers every 3 minutes. Day rooms are available for 3, 6 or 8 hours. » Check Rates
For more options, visit Tripadvisor to see a list of hotels near Tokyo Haneda Airport that can be sorted by price, distance, traveller rating and popularity.
Pay-per-use, Single Visit Passes & Lounge Memberships
Regardless of what class of service you are flying, there is a lounge that you can enter by paying at the door. Visit the individual lounge page for more details about the lounge itself and to also find out how you can gain lounge access with just an economy class ticket!
- Airport Lounges – Multiple Locations – (3) Terminal 1 and (3) Terminal 2.
- Sky Lounge – Location: International Departures Area 4F Lounges (Central). Hours: open 24 hours. Lounge Access: Pay at the Door.
- Sky Lounge Annex – Location: International Departures Area 4F Lounges (North). Showers are available. Hours: open 24 hours. Lounge Access: Pay at the Door.
If you are a First or Business Class traveller you may have access to the lounges listed below. For more information, check the airline’s website.
International Terminal, Airside: All Nippon Airways ANA Suite Lounge (Gate 114) • Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge • All Nippon Airways ANA Lounge (Gate 114) • Japan Airlines JAL First Class Lounge • Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge Skyview • All Nippon Airways ANA Suite Lounge (Gate 110) • All Nippon Airways ANA Lounge (Gate 110) • Cathay Pacific Lounge.
Domestic Terminal 1, Airside: Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge (South Wing) • Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge (North Wing) • Japan Airlines Diamond Premier Lounge (South Wing) • Japan Airlines Diamond Premier Lounge (North Wing).
Domestic Terminal 2, Airside: All Nippon Airways ANA Lounge (Gate 60) • All Nippon Airways Suite Lounge • All Nippon Airways ANA Lounge (Gate 62).
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Free WiFi is available at Tokyo Haneda Airport. Connect to the “HANEDA-FREE-WIFI” network. Registration with name and valid email address is required. A paid service is available for those who need secure, high-speed WiFi.
Coin-operated computers with internet access are available in the @Stations. Fee: ¥100/10 min (100-yen coins accepted) Locations: T1, landside, B1F, Keikyu & Tokyo Monorail • T1, landside, 1F, Arrival Lobby • T1, landside and airside, 2F, Departure Lobby • T2, landside, 2F, Departure Lobby • T2, 3F (North) and 4F (North Pier).
International terminal passengers can charge their mobile devices in comfort at an @TIAT Station. Massage chairs, PC desks and vending machines are available for your comfort and convenience. Locations: landside and airside in the International Terminal – 1F (Entrance Plaza and Gates 131-139), 2F (Arrival Lobby and Gates 141-144 / 147-148), 3F (Departure Lobby and Gates 105-108, 112-114, 109-111, and 145-146), and 5F (Tokyo Pop Town). Standalone mobile charging stations are available airside only on 2F in Terminals 1 and 2. Information counters in Terminals 1 and 2 (on 2F and B1F) offer a free mobile charging service as well.
Things to do at Tokyo Haneda Airport
Art in the Airport – Art exhibitions, with a focus on the history of Japan, are featured in a lounge-like setting with plush seating at the Discovery Museum. Location: T2, 3F, Lobby Hours: 11:00AM – 6:30PM (Mon-Fri) • 10:00AM – 6:30PM (weekends and holidays).
Haneda Airport Memorial Stamp – A cool little reminder of your journey, receive a souvenir rubber-stamped paper, or have them stamp your own paper or item. Locations: The information counters in T1, 2F, Lobby North and Lobby South • T2, 2F, Lobby North and Lobby South. Fee: unknown.
Japanese Shrine – Pray at the airport’s shinto shrine. Location: T1, 1F Marketplace. All are welcome, but if you prefer a non-denominational area to pray in, see Prayer Room listing below.
Juveniland Tokyo – Find out what playtime was like before video games were invented! Toy history, memories and nostalgia are on display through an exhibit of antique and vintage toys and more, including a Kitahara Collection Airport Gallery. You can even play with some of the toys! Location: T1, 3F Marketplace.
Observation Deck – International terminal passengers can head to Tokyo Pop Town, where there is also a dedicated moon viewing platform. Location: landside, 5F. Terminal 1 has observation decks on 6F and the rooftop. Sky Station serves food and beer at the observation deck on 6F. Terminal 2 passengers can enjoy a meal on the observation deck on 5F, at the West Park Cafe Sky Fountain, or dine indoors with a view of the observation deck from Castelmola or Scenic Cafe MMC. A few other restaurants offer dining with views of the tarmac. Observation decks are open from 6:30AM – 10:00PM.
TIAT Sky Road – Aviation-themed panels and model airplanes are on display in the TIAT Sky Road, a corridor that links Tokyo Pop Town, Festival Plaza and the observation decks on 5F. Try your hand at piloting an aircraft in a flight simulator! Rate: unknown.
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Airport Services and Facilities
Barber Shop – Airport Barber offers express service. Location: T1, landside, 1F, Marketplace Hours: 9:00AM – 6:00PM (open until 5:00PM on Sundays and holidays) • Hair styling/coloring, mani/pedi, scalp massage and other services are available at Hair Dresser by atelier haruka. Location: T1, landside, 1F, Lobby North (Hours: 8:00AM – 8:00PM – reservations given priority) • Family hair care is offered at QB House. Location: T2, landside, 1F, Lobby (Hours: 10:00AM – 9:00PM – last appt at 8:00PM).
Business Center – Color copiers and coin-operated pc’s with internet access are available. Location: T2, airside, 2F, near Gates 65-66.
Cell Phone Rental – Rent cell phones, WiFi routers, data cards and more at one of several telecommunications companies located landside in the International Terminal 2F (Arrivals Lobby) and 3F (Departures Lobby), and also at NTT Docomo in T1, landside, 1F, Marketplace Hours: Most kiosks are open daily from 6:30AM – 11:00PM.
Computer Workstations – Use your own laptop comfortably at a PC User Space. Location: T1, landside, airside, 2F, in gated areas • T2, airside, 2F, Gate Lounge South (inside Business Support) • T2, landside, 3F, Airport Lobby Lounge • T2, airside, 4F, North Pier Airport Lounge.
Duty Free & Shopping – A wide variety of duty-free and retail shops are available. The Air Lawson convenience stores may come in handy for last minute items. Location: T1 (South B1-F2 and North B1-F9 locations) – Hours: 5:30AM – 11:00PM • International Terminal (Entrance Plaza) – Hours: 24 hours.
- Baby Care Facilities – Baby chairs, washbasins, hot water dispensers and private nursing booths (women/baby only) are available in the airport nurseries. Locations:
- International Terminal: landside, 1F, Entrance Plaza • airside, 1F, Gates 131-139 • landside, 2F, Arrival Lobby • airside, 2F, Gates 141-144, Gates 147-148 • landside, 3F, Departure Lobby • airside, 3F, Gates 105-108, 112-114, 145-146 • landside, 4F, Edo Ko-Ji • landside, 5F, Tokyo Pop Town.
- Terminal 1: Six nurseries are located on 1F/Arrival Lobby (landside) and nine nurseries are located on 2F/Departure Lobby (landside and airside).
- Terminal 2: Seven nurseries are located on 1F/Arrival Lobby (landside), nine on 2F/Departure Lobby (landside and airside), and one each on 3F and 4F. Airport restrooms have multi-purpose toilet areas equipped with baby change tables and a small urinal for little boys. If you need a stroller, you can rent one from any information counter.
- Children’s Play Area – Soft and colorful play areas are available in these airside locations:
- International Terminal: One each near Gates 106 and 146
- Terminal 1: Three in 2F/Departure Lobby (North and South Wing)
- Terminal 2: Three in 2F/Departure Lobby (North Pier, South Pier and center)
- Kids’ Lounge – A bright and colorful Rody-themed restaurant featuring three zones: a kid-friendly cafe, a toy/gift shop, and a play area featuring Rody-brand toys and the world’s largest Rody slide. For those of you who are wondering, Rody is a cute little Italian cartoon horse! Location: T1, 2F, Lobby South Hours: 9:00AM – 6:30PM.
- Strollers – Available for rent from Information Counters throughout all terminals. Rates: unknown.
Food & Drinks – Food concessions throughout the airport operate with varying schedules. These options are open 24 hours inside the International Terminal:
- Arrivals Area, 2F (landside): Tully’s Coffee.
- Edo Ko-Ji (landside): Ariso Sushi • Cafe Cardinal • Ginza Ogura • Mos Cafe • saryo ITOEN • Setagaya Ramen • Suginoko • WA- Cafeteria • Yoshinoya.
- Entrance Plaza (landside): Lawson’s convenience market.
- 3F (airside): Bar Rage (Gates 112-114) • Jinroku Anti (Gates 112-114) • Meat Stars 29 (Gates 112-114) • Muginbo (Gates 112-114) • Rokurinsha (Gates 112-114) • Tempura Sakitei (Gates 112 – 114) • True Soup (Gates 112-114) • Uogashi Nihon-Ichi (Gates 112-114).
Information Desks – If you have any questions, visit one of the information desks for assistance. Six information counters available. Locations: landside, 2F, Lobby South • landside, 2F, Lobby North, landside, 1F, Lobby South • landside 1F, Market Place • landside,1F, Lobby North • landside, B1F, Market Place. The main Information Center is located in T1, 1F in the Market Place and operated from 5:00AM – 1:00AM.
Laundry – A convenient service for passengers departing and returning to this airport, you can leave your dirty laundry here and pick up your clean laundry upon return (minimum of 4 days). Locations: T1, B1F, Lobby South and North • T2, B1F, Lobby Hours: 9:00AM – 6:00PM • International Terminal, Arrivals, 2F, Hours: unknown.
- Baggage Carts – Need a hand with your luggage? Baggage carts are available free of charge throughout the airport, connector trains, parking lots, etc. Once you are airside, mini baggage carts are available in case you do a lot of Duty Free shopping.
- Luggage Storage & Lockers – Enjoy some hands-free time by storing your luggage at the airport!
- International Terminal: Rates are ¥300 – ¥800 per bag/per day, depending on size, and ¥200 per day for coats. Maximum storage period is two weeks. Some oversized or odd-shaped items may not be accepted. Coin-operated lockers also available in both locations with rates ranging from ¥300 – ¥500 per bag/per day. Two locations: International Terminal, landside, 2F, Arrival Lobby • International Terminal, landside, 3F, Departure Lobby Access. Hours: 24 hours a day.
- Terminals 1 and 2: Rates are ¥300 – ¥900 per bag/per day, depending on size, and ¥300 per day for coats. Locations: T1, B1F, Lobby South • T2, B1F, Lobby Hours: 6:00AM – 10:30PM. Luggage can also be stored, up to 7 days, in the coin-operated lockers for ¥300 per day for a small locker, or ¥500 per day for a large locker. T1 has ten locations throughout B1F, 1F, and 2F while T2 has seven locations throughout B1F, 1F, and 2F.
- Luggage can also be stored, up to 7 days, in the coin-operated lockers for ¥300 per day for a small locker, or ¥500 per day for a large locker. T1 has ten locations throughout B1F, 1F, and 2F while T2 has seven locations throughout B1F, 1F, and 2F.
- Luggage Wrapping – Protect your valuables with this valuable service! Rates are ¥1,000 – ¥2,000 per bag, depending on the size. Location: International Terminal, landside, 3F, Departure Lobby Access Hall.
Massages – Raffine Refreshment Salon offers treatments including reflexology. Location: Landside, 4th floor. Hours: unknown. ( see also Spa and Salon Services).
- Medical Services – Urgent and emergency medical care is available at the following locations: Toho University Haneda Airport International Terminal Clinic. Location: T2, 1F Terminal Lobby: Hours: 9:00AM – 10:00PM (closed from 1:00PM – 2:00PM, reception until 9:30PM) • Tokyo International Airport Clinic Location: T1, 1F Marketplace Hours: 9:00AM – 12:00PM and 1:00PM – 5:00PM • Emergency dental services are handled at the Terminal Dental Clinic Location: T1, 1F Marketplace Hours: 9:00AM – 12:30PM and 2:00PM – 6:30PM (Mon-Fri).
- Pharmacy – Locations: Airport Drug – T1, 2F, Lobby North (Hours: 5:45AM – 8:30PM) • Airport Drug – T2, B1F3, Lobby (Hours: 7:30AM – 8:00PM) • Airport Drug North – International Terminal, 3F, Gates 146 – 147 • Airport Drug South – International Terminal, 3F, Gates 105 – 108 (Hours: 6:00AM – 11:00PM).
Mobile Charging – see “Airport WiFi / Internet and Mobile Charging” above.
- ATMs / Cash Machines – Need cash? ATMs are available. Fees may apply, so be sure to check your bank’s fee schedule and your daily withdrawal limit if you are travelling internationally. You may also want to notify your bank of your travel plans. Locations: throughout the airport. 24-hour ATMs are available in the International Terminal in these locations: landside, 2F, Arrival Lobby (Prestia/SMBC Trust Bank and Seven Bank) • landside, 3F, Departure Lobby (Sumitomo Mitsui Bank and Resona Bank) • airside, 3F, Gates 109-111 and Gates 112-114 (Mizuho Bank).
- Banking Services – Mizuho Bank offers full-service banking, currency exchange and an ATM. Locations: International Terminal, landside, 1F, Entrance Plaza • T1, 1F Marketplace Hours: 9:00AM – 3:00PM Weekdays only (closed Sat,Sun and public holidays).
- Currency Exchange – There are a few locations that can assist you with currency exchange, they operate on varying schedules. Locations: Mizuho Bank, T1, 1F, Market Place (Hours: 9:00AM – 3:00PM) • Haneda Airport Post Office, T1, 1F, Market Place (Hours: 9:00AM – 6:00PM) • Travelex, T1, 1F, Market Place (Hours: 9:00AM – 7:00PM) • SBJ Bank offers currency exchange in Terminal 2, 1F Lobby (Hours: 9:00AM – 7:00PM). The International Terminal offers 7 currency exchange offices, of which 5 operate 24 hours a day.
Pet Hotel – For small dogs, cats and other pets. Reservation required. Hourly stays and grooming/trimming service also available. Location: Check-in is in the International Terminal Parking Area P4 (1F), but pets stay in T1, 2F, North Wing.
Post Office – Send your last minute postcards to friends and family from the airport’s post office. Location: Domestic T1, 1F, Market Place. Hours:9:00AM – 5:00PM Mon-Fri (closed Sat,Sun and holidays). Mailboxes are available in International T2/3. Stamps can be purchased from Air Lawson and Temporary Luggage Storage.
Prayer Room – A prayer room with pre-prayer washing facility is available. Location: International Terminal, landside, 3F, Departure Lobby Hours: unknown.
Rest & Relaxation
- Hotels – see “Airport Hotels” above.
- Lounges – see “Airport Lounges” above.
- Rest Zones – There are no dedicated sleeping areas, quiet areas or rest zones. If this information has changed, click here to update this guide.
Shoe Shine & Repair – Shoeshine Location: T1, landside, B1F, Lobby North and Lobby South and T2, landside, B1F, Lobby Hours: 9:00AM – 7:00PM • T2 Shoeshine Location: T2, landside, B1F Hours: 9:00AM – 7:00PM • Mister Minit shoe repair/key duplication Location: T1, landside, B1F, Lobby North Hours: 9:00AM – 7:00PM (closed between 1:00PM-2:00PM and 4:00PM-4:30PM) • Riat! Shoe repair/key duplication/watch batteries Location: T2, landside, B1F, Lobby Hours: 9:00AM – 7:00PM.
- Showers – Freshen up after a long flight in the airport showers:
- You can rent one of fifteen shower cubicles for ¥1,050 per 30 minutes, per person, and ¥530 per additional 15 minutes. Fee includes a drink coupon. Towels, body soap, shampoo, conditioner and hair dryer are provided. Razors, toothbrush and other toiletries are available for purchase. Location: International Terminal, landside, 2F, Arrivals Lobby Hours: Open 24 hours.
- The Refresh Room inside the The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda and The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda Transit Hotel offer private shower facilities. Rates from ¥3000 for the first hour, then ¥2000 for any subsequent hours. See also “Airport Hotels” above.
Smoking – Smoking is allowed in designated smoking rooms found throughout the airport. In addition to the smoking rooms, you can also smoke and order a drink in the Cafe & Smoking Lounge. Location: T2, 3rd Floor, North Pier. Hours: 6:00AM – 8:30PM.
Spa & Salon Services
Pamper yourself in between flights. Reflexology, massages and a variety of salon services are a great way to freshen up and feel good.
- Domestic Terminals: Reflexology and massage are available at Raffine Refreshment Salon. Location: Grand Raffine at T1, 3F, Terminal Lobby North (Hours: 9:00AM – 8:00PM) • Petite Raffine at T2, airside, 3F, Gate Lounge North (Hours: 10:00AM – 8:00PM) • Relaxation and healing is offered at Seiyo-kan in T2, 3F, Lobby (Hours: 9:00AM – 8:30PM) • Temomin at T2, 1F, Lobby (Hours: 10:00AM – 8:00PM).
- International Terminal: Raffine Refreshment Salon offers treatments including reflexology. Location: Landside, 4th floor. Hours: 8:00AM – 10:00PM, reception closes at 9:00PM • New Raffine Relaxation Space offers quick services. Location: Landside, 5th Floor. Hours: 9:00AM – 10:00PM, reception closes at 9:20PM.
Travel Agencies – If you are arriving in Tokyo Haneda and need local arrangements or help planning a really last minute trip abroad, there is a Haneda Travel Center with offices at the airport that can probably be of assistance. Location: T1, Landside, Market Place, 1F. Hours: 10:00AM – 6:00PM (Mon-Fri).
WiFi – see “Airport WiFi / Internet and Mobile Charging” above.
Related Pages: Things to do on a layover at Tokyo Haneda Airport
The International Terminal is open 24 hours. Terminals 1 and 2 are open from 5:00AM – 12:00AM.
Tokyo Haneda airport is served by the following airlines: AirAsia X • Air Canada • Air China • Air Do • Air France • Air New Zealand • All Nippon Airways • American Airlines • Asiana • British Airways • Cathay Pacific • China Airlines • China Eastern Airlines • China Southern • Delta Air Lines • Eastar Jet • Emirates • EVA Air • Garuda Indonesia • Hainan Airlines • Hawaiian Airlines • HK Express • Japan Airlines • Jeju Air • Juneyao Airlines • Korean Air • Lufthansa • Okay Airways • Peach • Philippine Airlines • Qantas • Qatar Airways • Shanghai Airlines • Singapore Airlines • Skymark Airlines • Solaseed Air • Spring Airlines • StarFlyer • Thai Airways • Tianjin Airlines • United Airlines • Vietjet • Vietnam Airlines.
Airport Transportation: Getting To/From The Airport
Haneda Airport is connected to various locations throughout the Kanto region using the airport buses. Find a ticket reservation counter or a ticket vending machine for schedules and to purchase your ticket. Tickets should be purchased before boarding.
Nippon • Nissan • Orix Rent-a-Car • Times Rental • Toyota. Locations: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 on 1F (landside).
See also Airport Hotelsabove.
A free shuttle bus is available to move passengers between Domestic Terminals 1 and 2 (3 minute transfer time) and to the International Terminal (7 minute transfer time). Buses run from approximately 5:00AM – 12:55AM.
Rail and monorail
The Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal has two lines that connect the airport to Tokyo city lines and the heart of the city: the Keikyu Line from the underground and The Tokyo Monorail line from the International Terminal Station. For a route map and schedule, visit the Haneda Airport web site.
Taxi stands are located in the curbside area on the 1st floor. To catch a departing flight, make your way to the third floor. If you are meeting an arriving passenger, go to the second floor.
Last updated: 2022-04-27
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Please aim to arrive at the airport 1 hour prior to departure. During busy holiday periods the roads near the airport can become very congested, and it can take a long time to be able to enter car parks when they are full, so we recommend using public transport whenever possible.
Haneda is routinely named the World's Cleanest Airport by Skytrax World Airport Awards, and it received a "Japan Toilet Award" from the government -- thanks to the airport's accessible and well-kept facilities.How long does it take to get through customs at Haneda airport? ›
The approximate transfer time is 70 minutes. All passengers who arrive at Haneda airport must clear the customs inspection at Haneda.Can I take a shower at Haneda airport? ›
TIAT Shower room is available at Arrival lobby on 2F. Customers arriving at Haneda on JAL operated International flights with JAL flight number are eligible for the service on the day of arrival.Is it compulsory to reach airport 2 hours early? ›
Most Airlines require travellers to check in 2 or three hours before the flight. Check with the Airlines for their regulations. Accordingly ensure you reach the Airport at least 2 or 3 hours before the scheduled departure of the Aeroplane.Do I arrive 2 hours before boarding or departure? ›
When you're traveling within the United States, we make the suggestion to arrive at the airport at least 2 hours prior to departure. For most airports, you must be checked in at least 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time (airports requiring additional time are listed below, Go to footer note).Can you stay in Haneda Airport overnight? ›
Open 24 hours, HND is always on for your convenience. While some shops and amenities close overnight, travelers can still access a number of the airport's many lounges, onsite accommodations, 24-hour bag check counters in the arrival and departure lobbies, powder rooms, and even restaurants, any time of the day.Is Haneda or Narita better? ›
However, despite half of the international travelers to Japan coming in through Narita airport, Haneda is still the busiest airport in the nation, as it handles 90% of domestic flights. This makes it the obvious choice when flying within Japan, while Narita has traditionally served more international destinations.Should I go to Haneda or Narita airport? ›
Haneda is much closer to downtown Tokyo, and is increasingly being used for long-haul flights especially to the US. Narita, on the other hand, is served by more international carriers and has a broader selection of airport lounges to choose from.What can you not bring to Japan airport? ›
The following articles are prohibited from entry by law: Heroin, cocaine, MDMA, opium, cannabis, stimulants, psychotropic substances, and other narcotic drugs (excluding those designated by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Ordinance);
Sleeping in Tokyo Haneda Airport
Sleeping is a breeze with plenty of couches, benches, and seats without armrests. If you prefer to stretch out, you'll have no problem finding carpeted areas. Some travellers find peace and quiet in restaurants that have closed for the night.
Customs and Immigration
Two hours is usually not enough time. (Tip: If you are connecting through an airport you have never visited before, call your airline and ask about customs processes so that you won't be surprised by the location of your customs interview.)
Trusted Traveler Program Enrollment
Global Entry is a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) program that allows expedited clearance for pre-approved, low-risk travelers upon arrival in the United States. Members enter the United States through automatic kiosks at select airports.
The recommended layover time for international flights is generally longer, as you will have to go through customs and immigration before boarding your next flight. In most cases, a 30-minute layover for domestic flights and an hour for international flights is considered a minimum, or short, layover.How early should I get to the airport 2022? ›
The best advice is to get there three hours ahead, and even if you have a pre-printed boarding pass, don't just go through security and wait for your flight to be called. Check in for the flight the minute you get to the airport. Since flights are full, someone perceived as a no-show is replaced quickly with standbys.Do I need to print my boarding pass? ›
Just display your boarding pass barcode on the screen of your device at the security checkpoint and when boarding your flight, and you're on your way.Do I really need to arrive 3 hours before a flight? ›
While the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) recommends travelers arrive two hours before a domestic flight and three hours prior to an international trip, “those are just general times,” says Richard Duncan, the Assistant General Manager of Public Safety and Security at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson ...Can I get my boarding pass the day before? ›
When will I get my boarding pass? Boarding passes are provided at check-in, either online (online check-in is usually available 24 hours prior to the flight) or in person at a kiosk or at the check-in counter.Why are international flights 3 hours early? ›
So why do you need to arrive earlier for international flights? Because of the extra steps required before reaching the boarding area. More often than not, if you're flying from an international airport, you will have to go through immigration and visa/passport control prior to departure.Can I arrive 5 hours before my flight? ›
What's the Earliest You Can Go through Airport Security? If you have checked luggage, the earliest airports will let you in is usually 2-5 hours before departure. That's because you can go through security only once you've checked in your baggage, and the check-in desks open only a few hours before departure.
The TSA advises arriving at the airport two hours before your flight for domestic travel and three hours before for international travel. If you're traveling during peak times like early morning or evening, or during holidays and other events, please plan accordingly and allow for extra time.Can I arrive 1 hour before flight? ›
For domestic flights, a safe range to ensure you make your flight is 45 minutes to two hours. Note that 45 minutes is the absolute latest you can arrive prior to departure if you're checking a bag. This is the average cutoff time for airlines accepting checked bags.How early should you arrive for a 5 am flight? ›
If I have a 5am flight, do I still need to arrive early? What time does the airport open? TSA and the airlines recommend that all travelers arrive at the airport at least two hours in advance of their flight departure time to ensure they have enough time to check in with their airline and go through security.How early should I get to the airport 2022? ›
The best advice is to get there three hours ahead, and even if you have a pre-printed boarding pass, don't just go through security and wait for your flight to be called. Check in for the flight the minute you get to the airport. Since flights are full, someone perceived as a no-show is replaced quickly with standbys.How should I sleep before a flight early? ›
You may want to start adjusting your sleep schedule a few days or even a week before you travel so that it's not so difficult to sleep on the night before your flight. It's a good idea to stay away from technology for about an hour before you plan to sleep so you can sleep better.Can you sleep in airport before early flight? ›
In many airports, the answer is yes. However, there are airports that close at night and other airports that simply do not permit/like airport sleepers and are openly hostile.Do I need to print my boarding pass? ›
Just display your boarding pass barcode on the screen of your device at the security checkpoint and when boarding your flight, and you're on your way.Should I arrive 3 hours before my flight? ›
The general advice is to get there two-three hours before your flight is to depart. However, it is always best to check with your airline in advance. If too many passengers arrive earlier than advised this too can add to the delays by adding to congestion to the terminals.Why are international flights 3 hours early? ›
So why do you need to arrive earlier for international flights? Because of the extra steps required before reaching the boarding area. More often than not, if you're flying from an international airport, you will have to go through immigration and visa/passport control prior to departure.What do you have to take out of your bag at airport security? ›
Remove the 3-1-1 liquids bag and place it in the bin. Ensure pockets are empty (keys, tissues, currency, wallets, cell phones, etc.) and remove bulky jewelry (valuable items can be placed in carry-on). Remove your shoes and place them directly on the X-ray belt.
The best thing you can do to prevent jet lag is to get a lot of sleep the night before your flight. If you board the plane sleep deprived, you're less likely to fall asleep when you want to on the flight, and less likely to stay asleep. Not getting enough rest before a trip starts you at a disadvantage already.How can I wake up at 4AM for a flight? ›
- Pack in Advance. If you have to get up at 2 or 3 a.m., you can't possibly expect to be in the right frame of mind to do any serious packing. ...
- Think Twice About Caffeine. ...
- Get Comfortable. ...
- Don't Overstimulate Yourself.
5 am. I've been a regular traveler for almost 25 years now, been there and done that in virtually every major US airport and multiple other countries. As Huey Nagy says, you do not want to miss your flight. Even at 5 am, depending on the traffic, and the city, there can be delays.Is 7am flight too early? ›
According to data compiled by FiveThirtyEight, early morning flights are less likely to be delayed than those in the afternoon and evening. To avoid delays, it's best to leave before 8 a.m., the data showed. From that point in the day, delay times build until they reach their peak at about 6 p.m.