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  • 01 Guide to fun destinations at Haneda Airport
  • 02 Cafés and restaurants with a view of the runway
  • 03 Dining and shopping for a taste of Japan
  • 04 Spots for experiencing aircraft with all five senses

03 washoku Dining and shopping for a taste of Japan

Haneda Airport welcomes the many airline passengers from abroad with specialty restaurants and stores with the ambience of good old Japan. Tenants are popular establishments from across Japan centering on Tokyo.

* The information given is as of June 2016.

Mangando Haneda Airport

The confectioner founded in 1986 is known for its signature Imokin—sweet potato jelly wrapped in thin wheat dough. The Haneda Airport branch demonstrates the preparation process and offers the treat freshly cooked. The Haneda-exclusive Imo-kuri roll, consisting of a filling of sweet potato and chestnut wrapped in Western-style dough, has a shelf life of 10 days and makes a popular souvenir for friends and family outside Japan.


  • Imo-kuri roll
Address Domestic Passenger Terminal 2 2F, 3-4-2 Haneda Kuko, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Contact information 03-6428-8713 (Tokyo Food Products Clock Tower 1 Store)(Japanese only)
URL http://www.mangando.jp/(External link)

Tenmasa Haneda Airport

The tempura restaurant founded in 1936 is known for serving Emperor Showa. Whereas Edo-style tempura is traditionally heavy with oil, Tenmasa defied convention to make an artfully airy version that requires the skills of a master chef. The signature dish continues to win popularity, particularly with women.

Address Market Place 4, Domestic Passenger Terminal 2 5F, 3-4-2 Haneda Kuko, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Contact information 03-6428-9110 (Japanese only)
URL http://ten-masa.jp/(External link)

Umezono

The confectioner founded in Asakusa in the Edo period (1603–1868) is one of Tokyo’s established restaurateurs lining Okonomi Yokocho, in the International Passenger Terminal (4F). Awa-zenzai, or chestnut and red bean soup, is a founding dish that won the heart of renowned novelist Kafu Nagai. Dora-soft, consisting of soft-serve ice cream sandwiched between patties of dorayaki pancake, is popular with foreigners first introduced to traditional Japanese confectionery.

Address Okonomi Yokocho, International Passenger Terminal 4F, 2-6-5 Haneda Kuko, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Contact information 03-6428-0796 (Japanese only)
URL http://www.asakusa-umezono.co.jp/(External link)

Yojiya Haneda Airport

The cosmetics accessories maker founded in the Meiji period (1868–1912) has two branches at Haneda Airport. That in Domestic Passenger Terminal 1 is a shop and café, and that in Domestic Passenger Terminal 2 has a vending machine that serves latte art in the design of the Yojiya logo. Take a break at the tables by the vending machine.


  • Domestic Passenger Terminal 1

  • Domestic Passenger Terminal 1

  • Domestic Passenger Terminal 2

  • Domestic Passenger Terminal 2
[Domestic Passenger Terminal 1]
Address Market Place 4, Domestic Passenger Terminal 1 B1F, 3-4-2 Haneda Kuko, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Contact information 03-5757-8363 (Japanese, English, and Korean only)
URL http://www.yojiya.co.jp/english/index.html(External link)
[Domestic Passenger Terminal 2]
Address Domestic Passenger Terminal 2 B1F, 3-4-2 Haneda Kuko, Ota-ku, Tokyo
Contact information 03-5708-3005 (Japanese, English, and Korean only)
URL http://www.yojiya.co.jp/english/index.html(External link)

Discover × Tokyo Explore Haneda Airport Inside and Out

  • 01 Guide to fun destinations at Haneda Airport
  • 02 Cafés and restaurants with a view of the runway
  • 03 Dining and shopping for a taste of Japan
  • 04 Spots for experiencing aircraft with all five senses

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