The two most important international airports in the capital Tokyo are Narita Airport and Haneda Airport. They carry important roles as the international and domestic transportation hubs in the Kanto region. If you’re planning a trip to Tokyo, first time Japan visitors often ask a question, “Which airport should I fly into?” Actually, it depends on the price of flight tickets, or where is your final destination after you land. Every year countless foreign tourists enter and leave the country through these two airports. Here we briefly summarize some basic yet crucial information on the airports, as well as nearby hotels, public transportation, service Facilities, locational, car service, things to do, etc.
Which airport should I fly into from the Air New Zealand?
Air New Zealand (NZ) offers direct flight from Auckland Airport (AKL) to Narita International Airport (NRT) as of Feb, 2020. Auckland is in a time zone 3 hours ahead of Tokyo.
Which is the best airport to land in Tokyo?
It depends on the price of flight tickets, or where is your final destination after you land. Each of the airports has complete facilities and good service.
How many airports in Tokyo?
As of February 2020, Japan has five primary international airports, nearly 25 secondary airports. There are two international airports in Tokyo. Haneda Airport (HND) and Narita International Airport (NRT).
Do Tokyo airports have smoking rooms?
Both airports have smoking rooms. The lighters are allowed to be carried around. Smoking is prohibited outside of the airport smoking room.
Is there a wheelchair service at the airports in Tokyo?
These two airports all have wheelchair services. there will be a dedicated wheelchair service staff to provide you with the service.
Which airport should I fly into if I head to Kakone after land?
The distance from Haneda Airport to Hakone is shorter, it is about 85 kilometers. There are some ways to get to Hakone, include by Highway bus, bullet train, private car, etc.
Do these two airports of Tokyo have smoking rooms?
Yes, these two airports generally have smoking rooms, lighters are allowed to be carried in. But smoking is prohibited outside of the airport smoking room.
Travel Date：Mar. 17th 2018 Travel Route: 10-Day Best of Korea & Japan