NRT

Terminal 1

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Restaurants

Food concessions in Terminal 1 are located across the 4th and 5th floors; head to the 5th floor for runway views. Over 30 dining options are to be found before Passport Control and around 10 afterwards. Enjoy delicacies like soba, sushi and Japanese sweets at around 15 Japanese eateries. Additionally, 3 Chinese and regional restaurants, 8 Western-style and fast food restaurants, and numerous cafés make up a great array of dining options here, many with good options for families. About 9 places offer takeout if you're in a hurry. Sushi Kyotatsu is well reviewed - opposite Gate 33. If you are flying a domestic route, there is only one café after Passport Control.
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Shopping

You'll find an impressive 60+ stores before Passport Control. After going through, there's still excellent shopping to find, with around 10 duty-free outlets, and over 30 other stores and kiosks selling everything from travel goods and fashion accessories to Birkenstock shoes. The largest Hermès airport store in the world and the largest duty-free watch store in Japan can be found in this terminal. There are no less than 23 souvenir and gift stores, selling uniquely Japanese wares. Sake, tea sets and amulets are some of the traditional gifts you can buy here, as well as elegant paper umbrellas. There's also a Biplane Museum shop for airplane enthusiasts. If you are flying a domestic route, there is only one souvenir store after Passport Control.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage
  • Business support center
  • Changing rooms
  • Children's play areas
  • Device charging stations
  • Dry cleaning
  • Medical clinic
  • Pharmacy
  • Post office
  • Prayer room
  • Smoking areas
  • Strollers
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Assistance points
  • Ramps and handrails for people with reduced mobility in areas adjacent to the terminal
  • Wheelchair rental
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Restaurants

Refreshments can be picked up at the café before leaving the airport.
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Shopping

Duty-free shopping is available on arrival for international travelers only and is located before Customs. In the Arrivals Hall you'll find several minimarts and convenience stores where you can pick up everyday essentials. Local SIM cards are sold at around 5 outlets, or you can shop in true Japanese style and use the vending machine.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage
  • Changing rooms
  • Currency exchange
  • Tourist information point
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Assistance points
  • Ramps and handrails for people with reduced mobility in areas adjacent to the terminal
  • Wheelchair rental

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