Welcome to Tokyo! Enjoy your stay :)
Prepare to sweat, they must be cheap on the A/C, it is HOT in here!
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!
If you have a long layover, take a shower and get a dayroom between gates 26 and 27. The shower is only 500 yen.
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
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
Stock up on Green Tea (Matcha) Kit-Kats while you are here!
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'
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.
Even the airport sushi is delicious.
For you Delta Gold or Platinum Medallion passengers, remember you can use the lounge on your international connection.
Try Tokyo Food Bar food hall for ramen, curry rice, sandwiches, japanese everyday food. Opposite Gate 51. Terminal 1.
No lights and No tourists after the earthquake on March 11th 2011
Митсубиси сашими банзай харакири!
Akihabara Duty Free is the best place to get last minute gifts.
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!
Must see: The historical wooden arch Kintai bridge in Iwakuni, Japan. It is a very popular tourist destination.
Try some sushi at the restaurants, a quick bite of japanese food before next flight
Thank god for the free wifi!!
Must visit: Todai-ji Hall, Nara is the world’s largest wooden building & has a gigantic Daibutsu (Buddha) statue within it.
🌸 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. ⭐️
Look for unique flavors of kit - kat at the different duty free stores : green tea, wasabi, rum rasin, Chilli spiced
If you're hungry, eat before you go through security... There's only crap at the gates!
When I leave Japan I always feel sad...and I can't wait to came back again!
Green tea kit kats are hella good. But watch out Americans. Don't use USD cause the rate sucks
Narita airport, Japan: The Cherry Blossom Lake, for the breathtaking view of the flowers and the lake. Not to be missed!
Lugging luggage and need to use the loo? Drag your cart into one of the "family" bathrooms found at the entrance of mens and ladies bathrooms
DED-DEL. Short 35 min flight on 737-800, good service and attentiveness from the crew, even managed to serve a snack. First time with Jet Airways for domestic, I would recommend.
Don’t miss exploring the tallest tower in the world – the Tokyo Skytree! Standing 634m high, this tower was recognized by the Guinness World Records Company!
Wifi might be free but it's super slow + has long complicated process to access it
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.
Things went smooth, people were polite.
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.
The NEX train into Tokyo is the way to go. About 3,000 yen, fast, and has power outlets!
At Terminal 1 recommend that if you want a good meal you eat before you go through security and immigration.
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。
سوقهم الحرة يسكر الساعه ثمان ونص ... مو خوش سالفه
Ищите всегда вывеску со знаком вопроса: там помогут, если умеете говорить на английском. Банкометы в центре зала, за эскалатором. Суем карту, получаем йены. :)
В 11 утра в бизнес зале Delta напитков много, есть нечего. Тарелочки с рисом и крендельки с солью.
Bem vindo ao outro lado do mundo!