Updated: February 01, 2019
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Narita Airport Terminal 1 - 5 Best Japanese Food You Don’t Miss

Before your departure or after your arrival at Narita Airport, why don’t you have delicious Japanese food? Terminal 1 has richly varied Japanese food shops. Here is some examples!

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1. [Japanese Cuisine] gihey

A popular shop in Kyoto Gion and Tokyo Ginza just opened in the Narita Airport.
The carefully selected domestic rice is cooked in the secret process in pursuit of the quality of rice and blend techniques. The rice has free refills.

2. [Sushi] Sushi Yuraku すし遊洛

A Edo-mae sushi specialty store which craftmen serve in front of you.
You can order your favorite sushi from one piece.

3. [Soba noodles] 永坂更科布屋太兵衛 Nagasaka Sarashina Nunoya Tahee

A long-established soba noodle store that lasted more than 220 years.
You can taste a variety of the traditional soba noodles. Sweet and salty soba sauces are prepared.

4. [Ramen] Nihon-no-chukasoba Tomiya 日本の中華そば富田

Chukasoba (the classic ramen with soy sauce soup stock) and Tsukemen (thick noodles with dipping fish soup stock) are popular. The Chashu rice bowl is also recommended.

5. [Yakiniku] Yakiniku-shokudo Yanma 焼肉食堂やんま

A casual Yakiniku BBQ dining at the Terminal 1. Enjoy a Japanese-style grilled meat with the special sauce.

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