Updated： November 06, 2018
11 Things To Do And Eat At Haneda Airport
If you're looking for the best things to do and eat at Haneda airport, this guide is for you!
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Have A Japanese-Style Or Western Breakfast
MOS Burger's Morning BLT Burger is ¥270; coffee not included.
If you're there in the morning, it might be a good idea to start your day with a Japanese style breakfast. Most of the restaurants at Haneda are Japanese chains that offer cheap light meals for breakfast. Soft noodle dishes such as a bowl of udon noodle soup is a great breakfast choice. Many places offer some breakfast sandwiches too if you want something more Western. Pictured above is a morning burger by the popular chain "MOS Burger". Check out the link below to see examples of what you may find for breakfast at the airport.
Haneda Airport has some amazing and modern outdoors observation decks at bought Terminal 1 and 2. You get an amazing panoramic view of the incoming and outgoing flights. The decks are also equipped with some tables so you can sit down and relax and eat while you appreciate the view. There are also some restaurants and cafes next to them. For a complete guide of the observations decks, check out the website below.
Eat Some Nice Japanese Food
You can have it all from ramen, to sushi to tonkatsu (pork cutlets) to yakiniku (Japanese BBQ). If you're looking for typically washoku (和食) Japanese restaurants at Haneda Airport, make sure to consult our selection!
Get A Hair Cut In 10 Minutes For ¥1,000
Believe it or not, you can get a pretty decent haircut for Just ¥1,000 at a chain called QB House. You'll often find this shop at train stations across Japan. It caters mostly to men, but women are also welcomed. QB House also has a location on the first floor's lobby of Terminal 2 of Haneda Airport. This is really a no-frills hair salon so you can only get a cut.
...Or Get The Full Treatment At A High-End Salon
On the other end of the hair salon spectrum, "Hair Dresser by atelier haruka" provides the full gamut of beauty services. You can get hair styling and coloring, makeup, scalp massages and pedicures by skilled professionals. This salon is located on the B1F Lobby of Terminal 1.
Hours: 8:00 - 20:00
Hours: 8:00 - 20:00
Do Some Duty Free Shopping
This almost goes without saying, but if you're at an international airport you should check out the duty-free shops for liquor, perfume, and cosmetics, watches, sunglasses, etc. The Haneda airport has over 30 duty-free shops. For a complete list of what there is, check out the link below.
Coffee Break At Starbucks Japan
If you want a coffee break, Starbucks is always a good option. Starbucks Japan has its own special menu which features interesting seasonal Frappuccinos. The one above is a matcha-based one! If you are there in the spring, a sakura (cherry blossoms) Frappuccino will surely be available. There are three stores at the airport. One on the third floor of Terminal 1, and two at Terminal 2.
Uniqlo has become in recent years one of Japan's most successful clothing retailer. If you like the affordable brand, you're in luck because it has a branch at Haneda Airport which not only sells the standards but also some selected limited items. This is a great place to buy souvenirs or do some last minute shopping for yourself. Located Haneda at the International Flight Passenger Terminal on the 3F near gates 112-114.
Eat At A Standing Sushi Bar
Matakoi is a nice standing sushi restaurant. This style of sushi is quite popular in Japan because the quality of the fish and other toppings is very good for the price. Standing sushi bars are not the kind of place where people stay a long time generally. But if you want some great sushi at a reasonable price, you should definitely try it out.
There are four places where you can enjoy specialized services in relaxation at Haneda Airport. Grand Raffine is an aromatherapy salon located in Terminal 1, 3F Terminal Lobby North. Terminal 2 has three businesses of the sort (massages, reflexology, etc.). Petite Raffine is in Terminal 2, 3F Gate Lounge (North), Seiyo-kan is in Terminal 2, 3F Terminal Lobby, and TEMOMIN is in Terminal 2, 1F Terminal Lobby. If you need a little stress relief, these are some good places to go.
Have Some Excellent Udon Dishes In A Beautiful Restaurant
We put Tsurutontan in a category of its own because it is highly praised both for the good quality of its food for the price and for the exceptionally beautiful traditional interior it has. We recommend this place for an evening dinner but you can go at any time of the day (it opens at 6 AM). Their specialty is udon noodles, which are thick chewy wheat noodles served in a soup full of savory umami. You can have tempura or vegetable toppings for instance. For an evening meal, expect to pay ¥2,000 - ¥3,000.
For other guides of things to do in Tokyo, please check out the links below.
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