Haneda Airport, also known as Tokyo International Airport, serves the Greater Tokyo Area for travellers from domestic and international destinations, such as Kuala Lumpur, Auckland, Sydney, Taipei, Sapporo and San Francisco. Since 2014, the airport has offered non-stop flights to 25 cities in 17 countries.
Comprised of three terminals, Haneda Airport features a range of on-site facilities, including a six-storey dining and shopping complex and a rooftop observation deck with an open-air cafe in Terminal 1. Feeling peckish before your flight? Choose from 40 distinct dining establishments focusing on sushi, traditional Japanese, European and other sumptuous delicacies. Enjoy all-day dining and uninterrupted runway views at Tailwind, before indulging in fresh-fruit cocktails at Bar Rage.
If you want to purchase souvenirs or designer goods, spend some time browsing Haneda Airport’s shops, which include bookstores, travel boutiques and high-street apparel. You’ll also find duty-free outlets, free massage chairs and convenient shower rooms. Grab a pre or post-flight massage at the Raffine or New Raffine relaxation salons.
Haneda Airport is about 30 minutes from Tokyo’s city centre and is reached via one main road, the Metropolitan Expressway Central Circular Route. You can also catch the Keikyu and Tokyo monorails or ride the express bus lines, Friendly Airport Limousine and Keihin Express Bus. Suburban buses also run between the Narita and Haneda airports.