Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport)

Though most international visitors will use Narita International Airport, there is a second airport in the Tokyo metropolitan area that is mostly used for domestic flights, though there are limited international connections, mostly to other Asian countries. Haneda Airport is a good choice for going long distances in Japan when you do not have time for extended train travel.

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Flights in the off season can be very competitive to shinkansen rates if you do not have a JR Pass. If you are planning to go to Hokkaido, Kyushu, or Okinawa, consider looking into the option of air travel.

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The airport has two terminals connected by a free shuttle bus. Terminal 1 airlines include JAL, Skymark Airlines and Star Flyer (servicing Kitakyushu and Fukuoka Flights) and Terminal 2 airlines include ANA, Air Do, Solaseed, and Starflyer (servicing Kansai Flights).

The complex is barrier-free and has most of the facilities you would expect from an airport: a bank and foreign currency exchange, post office, baggage storage and delivery, restaurants and duty free stores. There is also a clinic and barber shop. Haneda Airport is served by many bus lines throughout the region.

Pokemon Jet (Ohana Jumbo & Pikachu Jumbo)

Pokemon Jet (Ohana Jumbo & Pikachu Jumbo)

It can also be reached by the Tokyo Monorail from Hamamatsu-cho Station or the Keikyu Airport line from the Keikyu Kamata Station in Tokyo. For information about the domestic terminal: http://www.tokyo-airport-bldg.co.jp/en/

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For information about the international terminal: http://www.haneda-airport.jp/inter/en/

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