Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND)
Also known as Tokyo International Airport, Tokyo Haneda Airport is one of the two main airports serving the Japanese capital. It is also a major traffic hub for domestic flights. This airport guide provides information about facilities in the terminal, public transport, overnight accommodation on site and important contact details.
The “International Passenger Terminal” will be renamed “Terminal 3” in 2020. Other airport facilities connected to the International Passenger Terminal, such as parking lots and Keihin Kyuko Line and Tokyo Monorail train stations, will also be renamed in 2020.
There are information stands in each terminal. Info telephones are set up in several places in the terminals and can be used 24 hours a day. Tourist information is available at a kiosk on the second level of the International Terminal.
From the center of Tokyo, the airport can be reached via the Haneda section of the # 1 city highway. Then you drive to the Bayshore section, which runs along the airport terminals.
Transfer between the terminals:
A free shuttle bus connects the international terminal with the domestic terminals every five minutes between 5 a.m. and midnight. Transitions between domestic terminals 1 and 2 exist via conveyor belts for pedestrians.
From Frankfurt: 11 hours 15 minutes, from Vienna (with a stopover): 13 hours 45 minutes, from Zurich (with a stopover): 13 hours 20 minutes
IATA airport code: HND
Address: Haneda Airport is located about 14 km south of central Tokyo.
Number of terminals: 3rd
Phone: (03) 5757 81 11.
Public transport – street:
Bus: Numerous bus lines connect the airport with many destinations in and around Tokyo, including the Haneda Airport Express Bus (Tel: (03) 5789 8686; www.haneda-tokyo-access.com), which runs from the international terminal. Travel costs to destinations in the city center are around ¥ 1,000. Tickets must be bought at a counter in the arrival area before the journey. Bus stops are right in front of the terminal.
Taxi: Taxis are available in front of the terminal buildings. Taxis have a fixed fare system: travel costs to Tokyo city center vary from ¥ 6,000 to ¥ 8,000. The travel time to destinations in the center is between 25 and 40 minutes, depending on the traffic situation.
Facilities in the terminal
ATMs are available both in the security zone and in the public areas of the terminals. There are banks with exchange offices in every terminal. An additional exchange office is located in the international terminal.
Means of communication:
Public telephones are available at central locations in all terminals. Wi-Fi service is free. There are also fixed internet stations throughout the airport. Shops that lend cell phones also provide local SIM cards and phones.
There is a large selection of cafes, bars and restaurants at the airport that offer both Japanese and international cuisine. On the fourth level of the international terminal there are a particularly large number of restaurants, ranging from a small sushi bar to a French bistro.
International passengers can shop duty-free in the departure area of the International Terminal. Gift shops offer a selection of local and international products, souvenirs and branded items. There are also shops that sell consumer goods.
Lockers, assistance from a porter and a luggage delivery service are available. A counter for lost luggage can be found on the ground floor of Terminal 1. For items that have been lost or found in the International Terminal, contact the terminal’s info hotline at (Tel: (03) 6428 0888).
Baby changing rooms can be found throughout the airport. First aid stations have been set up in Terminal 1 and the International Terminal. A hairdresser and a dental clinic are located in Terminal 1.
Conference and meeting rooms:
There is a selection of airport lounges with business facilities, one of which is open 24 hours a day in the International Terminal. It offers numerous small conference rooms (Tel: (03) 6428 0677). There is also room for conferences in Terminal 1. A larger selection of conference facilities and meeting rooms can be found in some of the hotels in and around the airport.
Tokyo Haneda Airport has a number of facilities for the disabled, including transportation help in the terminal, inductive hearing aids and disabled parking. The terminals are completely wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs can be rented from the information stands (Tel: (03) 6428 0888).
Short and long-term parking spaces are available at all three terminals – there are shuttle buses to the parking spaces. Further information is available on the airport website or from the offices responsible for parking (tel: (03) 5757 8191 or (03) 5757 9498 for Terminal 1, (03) 6428 9498 for Terminal 2, or ( 03) 6428 0121 for the international terminal).
Car rental companies represented at the airport include Nippon, Nissan, Orix, Times Car Rental and Toyota. The counters of these rental car companies are located in all three terminals in the arrival area.