NRT

Terminal 3

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Restaurants

In the food court before Security you'll find a few Japanese eateries including sushi and noodle bars, a Western-style restaurant, a couple of café-bars, and a burger counter. There's only one café after Passport Control.
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Shopping

Most of the shopping (around 8 stores) can be found before Passport Control, where you can pick up books, lingerie, handbags and souvenirs, including popular amine character toys. Those with a sweet tooth should look out for much-loved chocolate and cake brands such as Tokyo Banana, ROYCE', and Shiroi Koibito. There are limited stores after Security for both domestic and international travelers. The duty-free outlet (international travel only) sells a modest range of perfumes, cosmetics, watches, sunglasses, and electronics.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage (in the Access Corridor)
  • Two children's play areas
  • Massage chairs (for a fee)
  • Pharmacy (before Passport Control)
  • 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

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Shopping

A duty-free store can be found prior to Customs for passengers arriving from international destinations.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage (in the Access Corridor)
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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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