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Tokyo Narita Airport Mini Guide
What can you Tell me About Tokyo Narita Airport?
Narita is the second busiest airport in Japan and deals with mainly international flights into the Japanese capital. It’s very busy but not as busy as Haneda Airport - just over 36m passengers used it last year. Whilst you can fly with BA into Haneda Airport from Heathrow
, flying into Narita gives you more choice with four routes from the UK
including a BA flight and one from Virgin. It’s a forty mile trip into the city from Narita but there’s a variety of ways of making the journey, all quick and convenient.
What’s the Airport Like?
The airport has two terminals both of which have satellites; Terminal 1 is split into north and south wings whilst Terminal 2 is linear in design. Both terminals accept domestic and international flights and you are filtered into the correct channel as you head towards the arrivals hall. Getting into Tokyo
is often best achieved by one of the many rail routes from the airport as, depending on your time of arrival, you may find the roads congested.
Will the Airport Have all I Need?
There are plenty of banks and currency exchange facilities at Narita Airport. Terminal 1 has one bank offering full services whilst thirteen other banks and exchange companies offer currency services. A similar picture is seen at Terminal 2 which has an additional bank offering full services. It goes without saying that there are plenty of ATMs should you need one. You are certainly spoilt for choice of eating and drinking with 45 outlets in Terminal 1 and a similar number in the second terminal. Shops are even more numerous with nearly 150 spread between the two terminals. Both the restaurants and the shops have a range to suit local and international customers with many high street and designer names in the shops and with food outlets like McDonalds, Starbucks etc. catering for the masses.