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Airport Guide Airport Guide Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)

Updated:2015/5/18

Information

  • For flights for Nagoya(Chubu international airport), please check your baggage at the North wing baggage counter.
  • Passengers who make a same day connection from a JAL domestic flight departing from Haneda to a JALgroup international flight , proceed to 'International connections check-in counter' at the North wing .

Terminal Map

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Domestic Flight
There are Tokyo monorail and Keihin Kyuko line on the basement floor. The first floor is the arrival area, the second floor is the departure area. South Wing departs to China, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa, North Wing departs to Hokkaido, Tohoku, Hokuriku, Tokai and Kinki regions. There is an observation deck on the rooftop floor, and you can move by elevator from basement 1 floor to rooftop floor.

Embarkation

Please pass through the security checkpoint at least 15 minutes prior to the departure, and be at the gate no later than 10minutes before the departure,or you may not be able to be on board the plane.

You can browse your prefered facility by selecting the pull-down menu.

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In South Wing (departures for Chugoku/Shikoku/Kyushu/Okinawa areas) boarding area on the 2nd floor, there are an entrance exclusive for JAL First Class and Diamond Premier Members (South Wing), JAL Global Club (JGC) Counter , ticket counters, a baggage counter, JAL Express-Tag Service Counter, Group Check-in Counter, Meeting Point for Smile Support, toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), elevators (wheelchair accessible), stairs/escalators from 1st basement level, and and stairs/escalators to the 3rd floor. Once you pass the security check (Touch & Go) and security check performed, there are Sakura Lounge, toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), elevators (wheelchair accessible), and stairs/escalators to 1st floor bus departure lounge 80~90. You can find buses outside the 2nd floor. On ther 1st floor, there are toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), elevators (wheelchair accessible), stairs/escalators to 1st basement level (for Monorail and Keikyu Line), and a lounge for bus departures. You can find taxis and buses outside the 1st floor.

Entry

You can browse your prefered facility by selecting the pull-down menu.

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In South Wing (departures for Chugoku/Shikoku/Kyushu/Okinawa areas) on the 2nd floor, there are toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), elevators (wheelchair accessible), stairs/escalators from 1st basement level, and stairs/escalators to the 3rd floor.security check stairs/escalators to 1st floor bus departure lounge 80~90, toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), elevators (wheelchair accessible), and stairs/escalators. You can find buses outside the 2nd floor. On ther 1st floor, there are a lounge for bus departures, toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), elevators (wheelchair accessible), stairs/escalators, Once you pass through the baggage claim area, there are toilets, toilets (wheelchair accessible), stairs/escalators to 1st basement level (for Monorail and Keikyu Line), stairs to the 2nd floor. You can find taxis and buses outside the 1st floor.
  • Check-in baggage
    For Domestic flights, please check-in your baggage at the baggage counter after check-in.
  • Connection to an international flight
    Baggage can be handled as a through check to the final destination.