Narita International Airport (NRT)

(成田国際空港)
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Narita, Narita
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  • Jet Airways
    "Must see: A 55,000 seat baseball stadium located in Tokya, Japan."(46 Tips)
    Steve W.
    "Akihabara Duty Free is the best place to get last minute gifts."(20 Tips)
    Jess C.
    "Free WiFi, good for last minute souvenir shopping and awesome sushi"(60 Tips)
    Rahadian R.
    "There's 1 Halal certified Japanese restaurant in this airport."(37 Tips)
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  • YSA D.
    🌸 Get your Suica / Pasmo card for train travel convenience! It can be used to buy food (in some stores). Reload in train vending machines & refund when leaving. Childs passport w/ a discount. ⭐️
    YSA Derma-Dental · April 17, 2014
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  • @DenYngreGarden ..
    Shopping is terrible if you're not looking for highend brands. Poor electronics shop. But they've got lake-fulls of perfume... But getting a magazine, t-shirt or your new favourite headphones...
    @DenYngreGarden ... · October 1, 2014
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  • Ana B.
    Free wifi and amazing showers on the 3rdF of the central building! More expensive than Haneda to go to Tokyo, but if you choose Narita you must try the super quiet, super confortable Skyliner to Tokyo
    Ana Batista · June 18, 2014
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  • BKK_FLYER
    There really IS free airport wide wi-fi access. Ask the information desks to help you connect if it's not working for you. Coverage in most places including the observation deck & both T1 and T2 areas
    BKK_FLYER · May 29, 2012
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  • Tom H.
    If you are United premiere, you'll be treated better at Narita than at any other airport in the world with your own lines for check in, security, baggage claim, and everything else. Great airport too.
    Tom Halleran · April 1, 2015
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  • Darren
    There is a large public lounge in the basement of Terminal #2. Lots of chairs and plug-ins. Hardly anyone knows about the lounge. And a lot cooler than the oven in the Terminal #1 waiting area.
    Darren · August 21, 2015
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  • Olivia F.
    Terminal 2/3 tips:eat and buy before you go into customs as there will be limited shops after you clear customs. Only one cafe, duty free and a shop with everything in there. Fairly reasonably priced.
    Olivia Fung · December 3, 2015
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  • Jocelyn M.
    Make sure to eat ramen! Grab a few Tokyo Banana and green tea Kitkat bars snacks. Stop by for coffee &Japanese pound cake at FaSoLa Cafe. #NaritaAirport #Japan #RitualRoutines #WanderQwest
    Jocelyn Muit · 1 week ago
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  • Johnson v.
    If you have an international passport and plan to stay in Tokyo, get a nex/suica package. For 5500, you get round trip to Tokyo station and a Suica card loaded with 1500 yen to use their subway!
    Johnson von Wong · September 15, 2013
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  • Ellease R.
    Even if you arrive early for your flight, Terminal 1 has great shops and food before security + an observation deck. Shops not only have standard touristy knock knacks but also cool trendy gifts!
    Ellease Rose · September 23, 2015
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  • akemi.t
    If you are tired to bring your baggage to your hotel.anywher. You can ask to deliver for it at the counter, The price depends on the location and weight though.The baggage will arrive on time !
    akemi.t · September 29, 2015
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  • Nicola C.
    Great duty free. Avoid the long line at the main location by checking out the smaller satellite stores which offer almost all/ majority of what is available.
    Nicola Chivers · March 8, 2015
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  • Jim B.
    Nice, quiet, well organized airport. Has lots of duty free shops that are very popular and busy. You can get some nice Sushi if passing through on a layover.
    Jim Bailey · March 29, 2015
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  • Aakhmed
    Located 57.5 km east of Tokyo Station and 7 km east-southeast of Narita Station in the city of Narita in Chiba and the adjacent town of Shibayama. Welcome to Japan, Land of Sakura. 日本、桜の国へようこそ。
    Aakhmed · September 24, 2014
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  • Abi A.
    Its clean and tidy. Toilets clean and comfortable. There are a lot of restaurants and shops. Food is cheap and nice. FREE wi-fi is everywhere and after immigration, there is a free internet cafe.
    Abi Azren · March 16, 2013
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  • The Amazing Race
    VIDEO: Looking for a unique experience & a cheap place to sleep? Try a capsule hotel. If you're not a fan of small spaces, this might not be for you. - Phil Keoghan, Host of "The Amazing Race" Read more
    The Amazing Race · September 16, 2011
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  • Max B.
    Every time I go to NRT I stop at cafe Avion near gates 22-25 and get a teriyaki chicken and rice bowl. Enjoy the view from the window at the bar!
    Max Berg · January 2, 2015
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  • Phillip B.
    Security check requirements are a little different; iPads out of bags, wallet and phone in bags, each computer gets it's own container, and backpacks go in trays. Save some time and be ready!
    Phillip Barnett · June 24, 2013
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  • Grazyna K.
    Nice airport. Friendly staff. Try the pineapple juice:-) We had a few hours to wait so we took the train to Narita city - only takes a few minutes. Went to a shrine - memorable experience.
    Grazyna Kosno · November 2, 2014
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  • Hannah G.
    The shopping mall before security is better than what's on offer on the other side. That said, there are also a reasonable selection of shops & cafes post-security -fine for last minute souvenirs! :)
    Hannah Gosh · October 13, 2011
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  • Jesse J.
    While not a big deal for anyone just connecting through, this airport is in the middle of nowhere. The size of the place is quite large, but shopping is lacking and there are very few options for food
    Jesse Johnston · April 9, 2015
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  • Margo
    Red Bean Sandwich KitKats.. as well as green tea (most popular), melon, red apple, hot pepper, wasabi, purple sweet potato, cheese cake, citrus, pancake (?) and a couple other local ones.
    Margo · March 4, 2012
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  • Natalie W.
    You can mail letters/postcards at the Information desks. Stamps can be bought at the duty free stores that have postcards, be sure to specify where you want it to go so you get enough postage.
    Natalie W · June 17, 2013
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  • Chuck K.
    If you can't immediately check in to your hotel, spend the ¥1,000 (AUD$11.40) for the cleanest toilet/shower room you've ever seen. It's on the second floor here at the airport. You'll appreciate it.
    Chuck K · August 1, 2013
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  • Joe Moose D.
    Amazing Sushi, cool Beatles themed pharmacy and they have showers if your on a long layover. Take a trip into Narita to visit the temple and great Ramen in this cute local town.
    Joe Moose Demby · January 16, 2014
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  • Brownie P.
    Terminal 3 is a long hike from train station at Terminal 2 - 700 meters. Best bet is free shuttle from Bus Stop 24 at T2. For reverse, there is only one bus stop at T3. Easy &;-))
    Brownie Peck · April 13, 2015
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  • Suzanne P.
    Best place to change dollars >> yen. Rates don't appear to be as good at hotels. You may get a so-so rate using an ATM, but you'll still be paying a foreign transaction fee and atm fees.
    Suzanne Phan · February 18, 2014
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  • Michelle S.
    Free Wifi is available,FreeWiFi-Narita. By default it's Japanese, a link for English is available at the upper right section of the page. Follow the steps and there you go!
    Michelle Santos · October 31, 2013
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  • Jeff F.
    In the north wing of Terminal 1 under Gate 22 there is a public lounge with tons of space and places to charge your stuff. I don't think anyone knows about it, it was empty!
    Jeff Forbes · October 11, 2015
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  • Carmine Gallo
    If you're giving a presentation in Japan, remember that the japanese consider it rude to interrupt so they might be more quiet than an American audience. But they appreciate a great presentation.
    Carmine Gallo · July 9, 2011
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  • Crescentrating Halal Friendly Travel
    Narita Airport does not have any prayer rooms. Muslims, therefore, have to find places where they can spread a mat and offer their prayers. Also Narita Airport does not have any Halal dining options Read more
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  • A P.
    There's a small snack shop a bit ahead of Gate 21, before the escalators to the lounges. Have the Spicy Ramen there, an absolute Bang for your 10 bucks!! You wont regret it!
    A P · February 8, 2014
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  • Jiro S.
    One of the best airport for transit. Right when your airplane lands, you can find information desks all over the place. Staff out there is so helpful and not at all snarky.
    Jiro Soriano · April 3, 2015
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  • Mark W.
    If you live in the Narita Area ;and have kids, they might have access to a "Narita Passport" given out at kindergartens and grade schools.This allows you free parking at the airport and get's you di Read more
    Mark Williams · June 13, 2011
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  • Turkish Airlines
    Welcome to Japan! If you’re headed to Kyushu with some extra time on your hands, consider stopping by Kitakyushu to see the magnificent Kawachi Fuji Gardens!
    Turkish Airlines · March 11, 2014
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  • Kittentacos
    If you are too cheap for a Narita-area hotel, like me, you can stay at the airport. However the police bring all airport sleepers into one corner and watch you til 5am. Not bad, just weird.
    Kittentacos · December 27, 2011
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  • Jet Airways
    Must see: A 55,000 seat baseball stadium located in Tokya, Japan. Its dome shaped roof is an air-supported structure, hence also had an original nickname as 'The Big Egg'
    Jet Airways · September 14, 2012
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  • James I.
    If you normally use chip and pin or eftpos, make sure you bring extra cash or go hungry. Our cards worked fine everywhere else in Japan but not in any shop or cafe here.
    James Ingham · January 16
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  • Jet Airways
    The most magnificent castle in Japan, Himeji-jō is also one of only a handful of original castles in the country (most others are modern concrete reconstructions).
    Jet Airways · November 13, 2014
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  • Greg T.
    The new Terminal 1 shopping area just reopened (July 2014). Best place to pick up last minute omiage and gifts. Also, make sure to use the free wifi throughout the airport.
    Greg Takayama · July 23, 2014
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  • M. R.
    Welcome to Japan's main gateway to the world. For visitors, head to the JR East Ticket Center to get a Suica/N'EX combo card. You can ride to Tokyo and keep the rechargeable card for further travel. Read more
    M. R. · November 1, 2011
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  • Evan Y.
    Airport Wifi doesn't always work. Insane queues at gift and food stores during rush hours, i.e between 4-6 pm when the inbound flights from Asia connects to outbound flights to the Americas.
    Evan Ye · January 10, 2015
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  • Harumi U.
    I don't have any complaints about the airport itself. People are nice, clean, lots of shops and restaurants to kill time and smooth operations. But too far from the center...
    Harumi U · November 13, 2014
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  • Jaunted
    WELCOME TO TOKYO! The best cell phone rentals are downstairs on the trains level. Speaking of trains, the N'EX & Suica combination is the best pass. Includes Narita Express + Suica card for all subway
    Jaunted · October 19, 2010
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  • Abbie R.
    Get a bunch of Royce, Meiji, Kitkats (Green Tea, Sakura, Dark, etc.) and other Japanese chocolates in the airport stores for your friends and family back home!
    Abbie Real · August 18, 2014
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  • Fumie S.
    Takes an hour from Shinagawa sta. if use the Narita Express. Just make sure whether your airline is on terminal 1 or 2, because you have to get off at different station.
    Fumie Sato · April 9, 2015
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  • LorynLulu
    Lots of eateries, shopping, very clean and lots of seating. The shower and day rooms are also great and reasonably priced!
    LorynLulu · December 29, 2015
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  • Isaac V.
    The only place that sells Red Bull in this airport is a little drug store near the 20 gates in Terminal 1. They've also got all the souvenir KitKat flavors in small packages. THAT DRUG STORE RULES!
    Isaac VanDuyn · November 23, 2014
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  • Yasuhiro O.
    Shower rooms, located at terminal-1 2F near South S3 exit, provide clean cheap shower rooms with sufficient private space. 30min 1,000yen, 500yen per additional 15 min.
    Yasuhiro Ohara · July 31, 2011
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  • Ari K.
    Toy Box and Fuji Doll are the two most interesting stores in the airport, selling really unique Japanese stuff. They are in the 50 gates (no. 5 satellite) in terminal 1.
    Ari Katz · February 8, 2014
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