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If you happen to find yourself in Haneda airport, pay a visit to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) Terminal No2 Observation Deck, a fun distraction while waiting for your flight. The new international terminal was opened in 2010 and features a fifth-floor observation deck close to the runway. Besides seeing the planes take off, you can also enjoy a panoramic view of the Tokyo skyline. The large deck is illuminated at night and features holes in the fence for photography purposes. Plan to see Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) Terminal No2 Observation Deck and other attractions that appeal to you using our Tokyo online day trip planner .
Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) Terminal No2 Observation Deck Reviews
雲一つない青空のもとで見る飛行機の離発着はとてもきれいです。ストレスの解消にもなります。時間があるとついつい訪問してしまいます。 more »The departure and departure of the airplane seen under the blue sky without a cloud are very beautiful. It also relieves stress. If I have time, I'll just visit.
特に飛行機が好き！と言うわけではないけれど、ひっきりなしに離発着する様や、そこで働くスタッフの人達の動きなどを見ていると時間が経つのを忘れてしまいます。 more »I especially like airplanes! I don't mean to say that, but when I look at the constant arrival and departure and movements of the staff working there, I forget that time passes.
Awesome place, really enjoyed the Cafe observatory. Great shows with decent food. Shows are in both English and Japanese, however the staff are not all fluent in English but with patience they can get you exactly what you want. The menus are in English and the place seemed best for desserts and drinks but did have lunch and dinner items. Be aware that some of the items are special priced if you get drinks and dessert, that complicated things when it came to splitting the bill.
Haneda is the best airport to be in if you are only doing a stopover in Japan. It's like a summary of what Japan has to offer. Obviously not the full experience but when I was there they offered free to try on kimono. The rooftop view point is an awesome place to watch takeoffs and landings. The plethora of stores and offerings ranged from cute characters, clothes to Japanese tea and snacks. I always prefer to land in Haneda as opposed to Narita as it is much closer to Tokyo too. I'd say Haneda spoils my airport experience of other countries.
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