Haneda Airport which is a 11-minute ride from Shinagawa Station in central Tokyo via the fastest route, is an international airport which boasts the most passengers in Japan. Passengers and visitors can enjoy dining and shopping, and see Mount Fuji from the observation deck. In the areas around Anamori-inari Station and Heiwajima Station, close to Haneda Station, there are shrines, hot springs, and shopping streets. It is a great place to stay before returning to your country.
Recommended spots & contents
Keikyu Tourist Information Center （Haneda Airport Terminal 3）
The tourist information center sells train tickets and provides transportation and tourist information for international visitors to Japan in multiple languages. Please feel free to drop by when you come to Japan.
Wing airport HANEDA
Commercial facilities inside Haneda Airport International Terminal Station. They include a drug store, a convenience store, a foreign currency exchange, a rental WiFi router counter, etc.
The Anamori Inari Shrine (en)
A 3-minute walk from Anamori-inari Station. Anamori Inari Shrine is believed to bestow benefits such as financial prosperity, well-being for your family, and safe driving. It has thousands of vermilion torii gates and enables visitors to experience Japanese tradition.
Natural Hot Spring Heiwajima (BIG FUN Heiwajima)
A warm-bathing facility very close to Haneda Airport. There is a shuttle bus between Haneda Airport and this facility that runs every day. It is a great resting place when you have a flight departing or arriving late at night or early in the morning.
Don Quijote (BIG FUN Heiwajima)
It is located in the same BIG FUN as Natural Hot Spring Heiwajima, and is open from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m. the following day. It is Japan’s biggest discount store, and it offers a wide range of products, including daily necessities. It is great for shopping before returning to your country.