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added on : March 9, 2020
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At Tokyo's Haneda Airport Garden complex, let the fun begin the minute you get off your flight! Haneda Airport Garden is directly accessible from the airport's terminal 3. It is equipped with two high-end hotels, a rooftop hot-spring bath with views of Mt. Fuji, more than 60 shops, and 30 restaurants.
The other great features of the complex include a bus terminal serving major destinations; Omotenashi Center, which offers helpful services such as currency exchange and information; and even a conference hall. This engaging and useful space will offer you an unforgettable welcome to Japan!
After a tiring flight, two Villa Fontaine hotels will be waiting to welcome you. The beautiful Villa Fontaine Grand has 1,557 high-grade rooms. Special options include Japanese-style tatami rooms and dedicated guestrooms for women. The Villa Fontaine Premier, with 160 rooms, offers a touch of luxury, with spacious suites overlooking the Tamagawa River.
The complex also boasts a hot-spring bath—a 2,000-square-meter facility located on the 12th-floor rooftop. Take a dip as you watch planes coming and going, with a picturesque view of Mt. Fuji in the background. Note that the bath isn't exclusive to hotel guests. Anyone is welcome to use it for the price of admission.
Haneda Airport Garden features 60 different shops selling fashion, electronics, makeup, and countless unique souvenirs that will impress family and friends. Take a stroll around the Haneda collection shopping alley for the newest fashion trends, or visit the Japan Promenade for traditional goods and souvenirs. You'll also find drugstores and convenience stores—perfect for travelers who need medicines or essential last-minute purchases.
The mall has 30 dining establishments ranging from buffet restaurants to a food court with around 1,600 seats for hungry visitors. Some of these establishments remain open until midnight.
The bus terminal offers services to 15 key Tokyo destinations like Shinjuku and Shibuya, as well as key cities in the regions—Tohoku, Kinki, Kita-Kanto, Hokuriku, and Chubu. A direct path to your next adventure starts right here in Haneda.
|Address||2-7-1 Hanedakuko, Ota City, Tokyo|
Shopping zone 8:00-21:00
Restaurant zone 8:00-23:00
|Closing days||Open 24 hours, daily|
Haneda Airport Terminal 3 Station | Directly connected
Tokyo Monorail | Keikyu Airport Line
|Other||For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.|
|URL||Haneda Airport Garden (JPN)|