Narita International Airport is the gateway of the sky that represents Japan. All terminals have duty free shops operating when flights arrive, to ensure that passengers can spend time comfortably and smoothly while they are at the airport, which evolves each and every day. People can start enjoying shopping the moment they arrive.
The first floor (Arrival Lobby) of the Central Building at Terminal 1 features a Visitor Center where information and services are provided at a single spot. Services offered are not just provision of tourist information, but they are prepared to put together a travel plan according to the individual needs of visitors, book accommodations and tours, as well as provide support to purchase various tickets. There are a large number of highway buses that link the airport with popular tourist destinations, including Tokyo Disney Resort, as well as Mount Fuji, Nikko and Kyoto that can be accessed directly from the airport.
Various food and beverage outlets are also available at the airport, including Japanese, Western and Chinese restaurants, fast food outlets, ramen noodle bars, coffee shops, etc. There are also substantial number of stores featuring anime and character goods, which are ideal gifts to take home for our foreign visitors. There are also relaxation facilities that include hair salons, body care salons, nail salons and the like. Visitors are invited to take advantage of these facilities to freshen up prior to boarding their flights. Narita International Airport is filled with ideas for spending time comfortably.