Cheapest car hire in Kushiro Airport
*daily rates in Kushiro Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Useful things to know about Kushiro Airport
- Kushiro Airport serves the city of Kushiro, ten miles away
- There is little public transport around Kushiro so a hire car from the airport is essential
- Kushiro Airport serves only domestic flights with the exception of a flight to Taiwan
- The most used route is between Kushiro and Tokyo’s Haneda Airport
- Sporadically, international routes have sprung up to South Korea and Hong Kong although only Taiwan is currently operational
Kushiro Mini Guide
Why do People fly to Kushiro Airport?
Kushiro is an industrial city, the fourth largest on Hokkaido but still has an undeveloped feel to it. Tourists flock to the city as it’s surrounded by beautiful countryside including Japan’s largest wetland region; the haunt of the beautiful Japanese Crane. There’s also an active volcano that towers over the city giving the occasional seismic rumble!
How Easy is it to get to Kushiro Airport?
At the moment Kushiro Airport only accepts domestic flights with the exception of a Taiwan flight so international travellers will need to fly into Tokyo’s Haneda Airport
and make a connection from there. You’ll find flights from almost all over the world including New York
and London’s Heathrow Airport
What’s the Airport Like?
It has a single terminal arranged on three levels. Arrivals is on the ground floor whilst departures is on the first. There is a good selection of facilities including a restaurant with viewing facilities on the top floor whilst those in a rush can just pick up a coffee and a snack at one of the several cafes dotted around arrivals and departures. Shopping is restricted to the departures level and mainly consists of a duty free store, several gift shops and a general store selling travel essentials such as reading material and packaged snacks. The airport lacks a bank but if you need money when you arrive, you’ll find an ATM in arrivals.