Learn about rules for knives, dangerous goods, and other carry-on or checked baggage items concerned by many passengers.
When boarding a codeshare flight serviced by another airline, the free baggage allowance indicated on your ticket will be valid in principle. For details, please contact us, the operating airline or your travel agency.
Portable chargers (mobile batteries) for smartphones cannot be checked in.
If you check in portable electronic devices with built-in lithium metal or lithium ion batteries, please be sure to turn off the power and protect it with a case, clothing, etc.
Items for which air transport is prohibited by law (dangerous goods) may not be brought on board as either carry-on or checked baggage.
The following items are classified as dangerous goods and may not be transported on board.
Sharp objects (such as scissors and knives) and items that have the potential of being used as weapons (such as golf clubs) are not allowed to be carried on board.
Please check them in at the counter.
If you are found to be carrying such items at a security check when departing from the U.S. or another country outside of Japan, you may be subject to fines under the laws of that country.
See a list of restricted articles in checked and carry-on baggage, of which we have received frequent inquiries.
Please check if these items are in your baggage or not.
Transportable items are for personal use only.
The items listed below should be carried with you and not included in your checked baggage.
Cash, jewelry, precious metals, securities, bills of exchange, works of art and antiques.
Documents, electronic data, passports and other personal identification required for travel, samples, credit/bank cards, cash vouchers, bankbooks, checks, commuter passes, keys, computers and computer accessories, mobile phones, film cameras, digital cameras, video cameras, medicines, paintings, watches, mementos, etc.