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Tokyo Narita International Airport, which opened in 1978, is one of Tokyo's two main airports with 3 terminals, the other being Haneda. It welcomes over 40 million visitors every year.

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Things to do

Narita Airport offers its visitors a wide range of activities at each terminal of the airport (T1, T2 and T3), including restaurants, shopping in luxury boutiques and massage parlours. You can even stretch your legs with a panoramic view of Narita airport (T1 & 2). And for art lovers, the airport has created some incredible galleries that amaze millions of tourists every year. ➜ More information

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Practical information


Narita Premier Lounge

Located in Terminal 1 on Level 4, the Narita Premier Lounge has a variety of spacious and well-equipped relaxation areas. Watch the planes take off and arrive before your eyes while you sip a cup of coffee and relax.

  • Location: Level 4, satellite 1 at terminal 1 (after security check point, near gate 16)
  • Opening hours: 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM 
  • Services: Free WIFI, food & beverage (including alcoholic drinks), toilet & shower, disabled access

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Transfer between terminals

Narita Airport provides its visitors free shuttle buses to each terminal.

Family area

All toilets have infant changing facilities. There are also free children's parks in all the airport's terminals. ➜ More information

Currency exchange

If you want to change money into local currency, currency exchange services are available at each terminal

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Access for people with reduced mobility

The airport has been designed to facilitate access for people with reduced mobility : accessible toilets, treadmills and lifts are available. Assistance services are also offered.  ➜ More information

Medical care

A medical clinic is available in Terminal 1 for passengers requiring special care. ➜ More information


Showers are also available with shampoo, body soap, towels and hairdryers. ➜ More information




Entry formalities

To enter Japan, travellers have to have a valid passport and complete the immigration procedure on the website "Visit Japan Web". A visa is required for stays of more than 3 months

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Transports Tokyo

Although Narita International Airport is out of the centre of Tokyo, the excellent transport links make it easy to get to and from the heart of the capital.


Narita Skyliner and Narita Express enable you to get the city in less than one hour. Chargeable service from 2,400 JPY.


With Keisei Bus, get the city in 90 minutes. Chargeable service from 1,000 JPY.

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Taxis are located at the first floor of terminals 1 and 2. You should expect to pay around 25,000 JPY (over 20,000 XPF) to travel between the airport and Tokyo city centre.


Car parks have been created at each terminal to make it easier for customers to park.

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Nearby accommodation

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