Airport Terminal 2 Station, Tokyo

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Airport Terminal 2 Station, Tokyo - Address, Phone Number

Address: 1-1 Furugome, Narita-shi, Chiba-ken 282-0004, Japan

Phone: +81-0476348000

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 06:30 am - 09:00 pm Details

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The Observation Deck at Narita Airport Terminal 2 is another one of the attractions in the city loved for its relaxed feel and to simply spend some time watching airplanes come and go. This deck is smaller than the observation deck at Terminal 1 but is worth the pit-stop- especially if you love planes or simply want to take a break from shopping for duty-free products.

The fence holes are perfect to take seamless photos from your camera and you might just get a few spectacular pictures duirng sunset. 

Airport Terminal 2 Station Opening and Closing Hours

  • Opening hours are subject to change based on weather conditions.

How To reach Airport Terminal 2 Station by Public Transport

  • Railway: Higashi-Narita Station

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  • Narita Airport is a really clean and efficiently run airport. The bathrooms are generally spotless. Customs and immigrations move pretty quickly. The people who work at the shops are the airport are generally really friendly. Another plus is that food and drinks are not marked up in price like they are in other airports. You'll pay the same prices that you'll pay in the city. The downsides are that the airport is really far from Tokyo, so you'll have to ride a bus or a train for another hour after a long flight to Japan. Also, if you are transferring to a domestic flight, there is absolutely nothing to do in the domestic terminal (only one convenience store).

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  • As international airports go, Terminal 2 looks completely dated. Yes its got train connections from the airport to Tokyo, information desks, JR and Keisei Railway desks and an ATM to withdraw money. And it is efficient to go through arrivals, as well as depart efficiently. But in terms of decor and limited duty-free shopping/eating, it's very limited. It has a plus point; the free large baggage trolleys can be taken up and down the escalators.

  • Clean, tidy and efficient. It was quite busy while I was there but security was very quick. Terminal 2 has a metro station but terminal 3 doesn't and is 550m walk or a free transfer bus away.

  • A good airport that has an efficient customs process and there are several train connections into Tokyo. Narita express is included one way on a JR Pass, Keisei Railway is another speedy option into Central Tokyo and there is also a slower JR stopping service into central Tokyo. It takes around an hour from what I remember. The washroom facilities are clean and modern which is welcome after a long flight in. On the way out if you have a late departure, don't count on many eateries or store being open, they all seem to close at 10pm from what I remember. If you get there earlier there are very good shops to peruse, from Akihabara toys to the Japanese sweets!

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  • It's a big airport that gives you the opportunity to make your last-minute shopping. It has an area with sleeping mattresses where you can nap and a state-of-the-art Toto bathroom gallery that clearly concludes Japan gives priority to restroom comfort.

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