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Contemporary design which was disappointing to me because I wanted to see more culture. Walls were dingy and plain white. We were headed to Terminal 2, transiting to Dallas USA. Not many eating shops around. But everything was organized and systematic. Toilets were fantastic. There...More
Poor design with nowhere to rest or eat on ground floor without leaving all your luggage locked up. We had to wait hours before we could check our luggage and go through customs. Once through it was difficult to find your way around and when...More
After two weeks in Europe and three nights in Tokyo, we were on our way back home to Hawaii via Korean Airlines. Since we were at the airport early, while wife was shopping at duty free stores, I accidentally wandering into the area of Oliver...More
Narita is a good airport with one major drawback. It is closed for the night, so spend the night at the airport in the morning flight will not work. And the hotels nearby are expensive. Therefore, if you arrive in Narita in the evening of...More
We arrived at 640 am to declare all our bought stuff
We shopped at tax free shops
We were told to have all bought stuff in a separate bag and have to shop to customs officials at airport
They stapled receipts to passport
Both United and Ana lounges are massive. Tons of room so you don't feel overcrowded. Both have Japanese beer on Japanese draft machines Long with sake. Ana Lounge has a sake station where you can try different bottles. Ana Lounge also has massage chairs and...More
Kind of strange that airlines hand out bottled water just before landing...on literally every flight I’ve taken into Narita, probably 50 or so flights....yet you need dispose of it at the security stop immediately after deplaning. And every single time I’ve seen people arguing to...More
If you take one of the hotel shuttle buses e.g. the one going to the Gateway hotel, it goes to the Aeon mall. It's a fun place to shop. They even have a Daiso(100 yen shop) with zillions of trinkets. You can grab bottled... More
If you take one of the hotel shuttle buses e.g. the one going to the Gateway hotel, it goes to the Aeon mall. It's a fun place to shop. They even have a Daiso(100 yen shop) with zillions of trinkets. You can grab bottled water, soft drinks and snacks for 100 yen among other things. Or you could go to the Narita temple. It's very crowded during the new year's celebration.