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New facility doubles convenience of the international terminal at Tokyo Haneda Airport

About Haneda Airport Garden, conveniently located at Haneda’s international terminal

On January 31, 2023, Haneda Airport Garden, a new facility containing restaurants, shops and hotels opened at Tokyo's Haneda Airport. Directly connected to the airport's international terminal, the facility adds a lot more space and convenience to the terminal, through which a considerable number of international travelers arrive to and depart from Japan.

Alongside Narita Airport, Haneda Airport is one of Tokyo's two international airports. It consists of three terminals. Terminals 1 and 2 handle mainly domestic flights, while most international flights use Terminal 3. Previously, Terminal 3 used to be on the smaller side, and the opening of Haneda Airport Garden in January 2023 helped to improve its convenience for travelers through the addition of shops, restaurants, two large hotels, a hot spring bath and a bus terminal. A passageway connects Terminal 3's arrival hall directly to Haneda Airport Garden.

This article is all about Haneda Airport Garden and introduces the facilities that are of interest to the average tourist. From September 1, 2023 to September 30, 2024, all foreign visitors are eligible to receive a 500 yen discount coupon, which can be used at many of the shops and restaurants in Haneda Airport Garden. Furthermore, guests of the hotels and/or the hot spring facility are qualified to receive an additional 500 yen discount coupon. More details of the discount coupon can be found at the end of this article.

Shopping and dining

Approximately 80 shops and restaurants can be found at Haneda Airport Garden. A handful of stores line the corridor connecting the terminal and the new facility, and more shopping and dining options are available within the two-story facility.

The shops at Haneda Airport Garden comprise of regional and long-established companies, luxury and casual brands, general and specialty shops. The plentiful products available mean that there is something for everyone, be it an edible souvenir or a last-minute travel gadget or a meaningful gift. Below are some shops that may be worth checking out.

Fukui Yogasa is an umbrella maker from Fukui Prefecture. Their traditional umbrellas are said to even be used at Eiheiji Temple, one of the head temples of Japanese Zen Buddhism, located in Fukui.

The Japanese stationery manufactuerer KOKUYO was established in 1905 and has over a 100 years of experience creating practical stationery. A visit to their KOKUYODOORS stationery shop is well worth your time as the shop carries stationery unique to the brand, which make for useful and novel souvenirs.

Fans of puzzles and putting things together would be interested in Takumi, a shop that sells wooden and paper craft sets. These flat packed sets make for nice souvenirs or inflight entertainment as they do not take up space in your luggage nor break in transit.

Over at Gacha World, visitors can spend their spare coins or hunt for the latest capsule toys. To use a capsule toy machine, simply insert 100 yen coins into the machine and turn the dial. A random toy from a variety of toys, which are shown on the front of the machine, will drop down in a capsule.

Hungry travelers should head straight for the first floor, where majority of the restaurants are located as well as a food court. Some domestically well-known restaurants have set up shop at Haneda Airport Garden so diners can enjoy regional cuisine at their convenience without having to travel far. The food court might be the best option for those who prefer variety and stick around for a while after their meal.

Those who love matcha and traditional Japanese sweets should not miss out on Kyoto Saryo Suisen, a popular cafe from Kyoto. You can be sure of the quality as the brand uses the highest ranked matcha powder to make their products. Perfect for a little break and a taste of Kyoto at Haneda Airport.

Hotels and hot spring baths

Staying close to the airport before or after a flight has its advantages, especially in case of late arrivals and early departures. Haneda Airport Garden contains two new hotels providing a combined total of 1717 additional rooms to the airport. The hotels' lobbies are found on the fourth floor.

The Villa Fontaine Grand manages over 1500 rooms, while the Villa Fontaine Premier is the more luxurious hotel of the two and contains considerably fewer but bigger rooms.

Part of the hotels facilities are two restaurants and a hotel bar, all of which are also open to non-staying hotel guests. The Grande Aile is a casual dining restaurant on the first floor, which offers buffet style breakfast and dinner, and a la carte dishes for lunch and supper. On the same floor as the hotel lobby are Il Ristorante Tokyo, an upscale full-service restaurant that offers multi-course meals and a la carte dishes with river views, and The Throne bar and lounge, where one can relax and enjoy the evening views.

Additionally, the hot spring facility, Izumi Tenku no Yu, on the 12th floor of Haneda Airport Garden is open to everyone, including non-staying guests. The hot spring waters are from 1.5 kilometers beneath the surface at Haneda Airport, and there are special baths depending on season, like a cool bath during the summer. The hot spring facility is the highest place within the grounds of the airport that is open to the general public, and the views from there are good. The 24-hour facility offers onsen baths, saunas, body care services and a restaurant. Admission into the facility costs 4800 yen for non-hotel guests and 2000 yen for hotel guests, and the price includes shower amenities, rental towels and lounge wear.

Bus terminal

Finally, there is a bus terminal located on the first floor with connections to a range of destinations near and far from the airport.

As of autumn 2023, there are overnight buses to Aomori, Morioka, Yamagata, Sendai and Fukushima in the Tohoku Region, Kanazawa, Toyama and Nagano in the Hokuriku and Koshinetsu regions, Ikaho Onsen in the Kanto Region, and Mishima, Shizuoka, Nagoya and Ise in the Tokai Region. Additionally, sightseeing tour buses depart from here as well. Note that most buses have daily departures, except for some.

Special coupon

A special 500 yen discount coupon is available to foreign visitors to Haneda Airport Garden. Simply show the image below and present your passport to the staff at the tourist information counter (Omotenashi Center), located on the second floor of Haneda Airport Garden, to receive a physical coupon. To use it, hand over the physical coupon to the staff at a manned cash register when making payment. Note that the discount coupon can only be used at participating stores, and the full list can be seen on the official website.

An additional 500 yen discount coupon is available to guests of the Villa Fontaine Grand hotel and/or Izumi Tenku no Yu hot spring facility. To receive the additional coupon, present the image below at the front desks of the respective facilities - a room card key is required for hotel guests - to receive a voucher, which then has to be exchanged for the actual coupon at the Omotenashi Center as in the above paragraph.


Haneda Airport Garden is directly connected to Haneda Airport Terminal 3. A passageway from the second floor of the airport terminal, where arrival hall and the train stations are located, takes visitors directly into the facility.

How to get to Haneda Airport Terminal 3 from central Tokyo

Take the Tokyo Monorail from Hamamatsucho Station and get off at Haneda Airport Terminal 3 Station. The express monorail, which stops only at Haneda Airport Terminal 3, 1 and 2 stations, takes just under 15 minutes to travel between Hamamatsucho Station and Haneda Airport Terminal 3 Station, and costs 500 yen one way. Express trains depart every 10-15 minutes between 6:00 and 19:30, while the slower, local trains, which stop at every stop, depart every 5-10 minutes.

Alternatively, take a Keikyu Railway train bound for Haneda Airport from Shinagawa Station and get off at Haneda Airport Terminal 3 Station. The one way journey takes about 20 minutes and costs 330 yen. Trains bound for the airport depart every ten minutes from Shinagawa.


  • Special coupon - Link to the additional 500 yen special coupon available to staying guests of the Villa Fontaine Grand hotel and Izumi Tenku no Yu hot spring bath