Tokyo Haneda HND Airport Terminal Map

Main Terminal / Concourses at Tokyo Haneda HND Airport

Tokyo Haneda Airport Passenger Terminal Layout & transfers, International Arrival & Departure Procedures; Terminal Details and Transfer to Narita Airport:

Tokyo-Haneda Airport has three passenger terminals - Domestic T1 & T2 and the International Terminal. 
Domestic Terminals T1 & T2 are connected by underground walkway;  the International Terminal is located across from Terminal 1 and  the 'A' Runway, and has an underground station for the Keikyu Airport Line and a level 3 station for the Tokyo Monorail. (While the Keikyu Line's next stop is between Terminals 1 & 2, the Monorail makes separate stops at T1 & T2). The Monorail runs between Haneda  Airport & Tokyo's Hamamatsucho Station.  A transit hotel is in the International Terminal's secured transit area.

International Arrivals
arrive at level 2, gates 109 - 112, of the International Terminal, where they go through Immigration, pick up their bags at baggage claim,  go through Customs inspection (Plant & Animal Quarantene is on either side of Customs) and proceed to the Arrivals Lobby,  where the Keikyu Line & Monorail are on opposite sides of the entrance gates.   International arrivals continuing their journey later  may now take advantage of the new transit hotel, forgoing passport control procedures.
International Departures depart from level 3. after check-in procedure they go through security check and through Departure Immigration Procedure, before continuing on to their boarding gates 109 - 112.
All Nippon Airways now offers free ANA Flight Connection buses running every 10-15 minutes between domestic & international terminals - no security check needed.

TERMINAL DETAILS:

The 8-level Domestic Terminal 1
- named ‘Big Bird’: Current Airlines:  Japan Airlines and Japan Airlines operated by J-Air, JAL Express, & Japan Transocean Air; and by Skymark, and StarFlyer (to Fukuoka & Kitakyushu).  Note that JAL serves particular flights in either the North or South Wing: 
(a) serving at the North Wing: JAL (To Hokkaido, Tohoku, Hokuriku, Kinki) and SKY; 
(b) serving at the South Wing: JAL (to Chugoku, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa); and JTA, SFJ & ANA (ANA serves Kitakyushu flights only).
T1 has a six-level restaurant & shopping area in its center, as well as an observation deck on its rooftop. Both the Monorail and the Keikyu Line are located on level B1F (basement), as well as Meeting Points ‘Tower of the Sun / Moon’ on each side of the Information desk, 5 Food & Drink establishments, 2 shoe-shine booths and one shoe repair area.
The six-level Domestic Terminal 2 (with levels B1F, & 1F – 5F) opened in 2004. Current airlines: ANA (except Kitakyushu), ADO & SNA.
T2 has a six-level ‘marketplace’ with restaurants & shops, as well as the Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyo with 387 rooms. The basement floor B1F houses the train stations. The south side of T2's  Annex has recently been expanded and  adds more lobby space with comfortable seating, shortened distances to south side gates, with added passport control gates and baggage claim areas.
Airport/Airline Lounges at Domestic Terminals:
Sakura lounges at: T1, South Wing, level 3, and at North Wing, level 3.
Diamond Premier lounges at: T1 South Wing, level, level 3, and at North Wing, level 3

The 5-level International Terminal (IT) is served by All Nippon & Japan Airlines and a long list of international airlines:  Its call center (tel.. 03-6428-0888 /fax 0889) handles all airport-related inquiries, and inside information phones connect directly to it 24/7. Three Information Counters in the terminal handle wheelchair & stroller rentals, paging and more.  Tourist Information is available at Arrivals Lobby, at level 2 and on internet terminals.
The International Terminal has completed its expansion construction, adding another 7,600 square metersWork included an annex on terminal's north side; floor space increased from 15.9 to 23.6 hectares and boarding gates from 10 to 18.  There is also a second security check available.  An Islamic worship area at the departure lobby was added and the wall liquid crysstal display screen near boarding gates reflects world heritage sites. 
Level 1 of IT entrance to the Plaza, and outside bus platform for priority passeners, free suttle bus to Domestic Terminal, and areas for tour buses, bus loading, taxi loading .
Level 2 of ITwith access to gates 107-114 & North gates141-148, houses the Arrivals Lobby with baggage claim; escalators on this level lead to transportation options (monorail, Keikyu Line, buses & tour buses); a walkway outside leads to to International Parking. The Arrivals lobby houses Information desks, separate desks for domestic international connecting flights, currency exchange, & other services; as well as two airline arrival lounges.
Level 3 of IT with access to gates 105-114 & 141-148, houses the International Departures lobby with check-in counters A - L,  currency exchange, information desk, a kids' corner, vending machines, duty-free & other shop. The Sky Lounge A is near the entrance to the gates. Behond the check-in counters on this level are two Departure & Immigration Procedures areas (center & North .
Level 4 of IT  houses Edo Market Place, Edo Ko-Ji, Edomae Yokocho, Edo Butai, Haneda Nihonbashi, Okonami Yokocho, Hiro Koji and the Tiat Sky Mall.   the International departures area in the center, with a restaurant, information counter and service facilities, and Airline lounges JAL & ANA on opposite sides.
Level 5 of IThouses the "Tokyo Pop Town" (E-Do Hall) with food & drink and stores, as well as an observation deck.  & at Airside the TIAT Lounge Annex, JAL Lounge & Lounge Hall.
Information Counters at IT on levels 1, 2 & 3 provide flight & terminal service information, including wheelchair, stroller or baby carriage rentals, and provide paging services.  The information call center can be reached at 03-6428 0888 /fax 0889. Information staff is recognizable by their green blazers.   Information phones which show  the letter 'i' are on each of levels 1 through 5.
The new Transit Hotel - accessible directly from the transit area (past gate 114) - offers passengers a room with shower facility in the secured (airside) area of the terminal - eliminating the need to clear passport control.  
Lounges at IT: 
1. The Common Airline Lounge & the Credit-card Company Lounge
are on level 4, beyond passport control.
1. Japan Airlines JAL - Both Sakura lounge, the JAL Global Club (JGC) counter & First Class & Diamond Premier Class counters are on level 2, South Wing. 
2. ANA lounges (All Nippon Airways) at are on level 3, near gates 110 & 114 - available to eligible travelers of ANA and/or Star Alliance member airlines.
3. Sky Lounges are at International Departures, level 4, Central, tel. 03-6428-0752; while the Sky Lounge Annex is at North. tel. 0-6428-0680.
4. TIAT Lounge is at International Departures, level 4, Central, tel. 03-6428-0752; the TIAT Lounge Annex is at level 5, at North. tel: 03-6428-0680.
5. Deluxe Lounge VIP Room at level 3 is a multi-purpose area with 4 reception rooms serving for meetings. Tel. 03-6428 0677 /fax 0651.
6. The new First Class Lounge includes the'Red Suite' (with library, gallery & games room, chessboards & football table.
7. The Sakura Lounge is on level 4  & the Sakura Lounge Skyview is on level 5 .
Other services at IT, except Banking, Business Services, Currency Exchange, & Lost/Found - listed separately) :
Baggage Delivery Service:  At level 2 & 3: Sky Building Svc. tel. 03-6428 0661; and  JAL ABC tel. 0120-919-120 or 03-3545 2800 (or visit: jalabc.com/english)
Baggage storage - use coin lockers on levels 2 & 3.
Baggage carts: carts are free, including for use from/to the railway station. Mini-carts are in the departure concourse past immigration, and can be taken to your boarding gate. 
Bus & Train tickets are in the Arrivals Lobby, level 2.
Cell phone rental on level 3: MobileCenter, KDDI, & Softbank
Clinic (Toho University Haneda Airport) - level 1 - tel. 03-5708 8011.
Internet access: Choose network /ESS-ID "HANEDA-FREE-WIFI"  - no WEP key needed; open browser indicting connection - then register name & e-mail address.
PC Computers/ PC desks:  (a) Computers  with Japanese, English, Korean & Chinese languages are available for rent.  (b) PC Desks are in the deparure gate lounge, at international-domestic transfer lobby & at departure concourse.
Pharmacy - on level 3.
Police Station - Outside of the International Terminal, to the right
Porter service on level 2 is available from Japan Airport Techno - tel. 03-6428 0658.
Rental car counters are at level 2, Arrivals Lobby.
Shower facilities are availale in the Arrivals Lobby of level 2 (tel. 03-6428 0650
Tourist Information Center - at Arrivals Lobby, level 2 - it provides for JR tikets, travel coupons, hotel reservations.
Transfer to Narita Airport: Take the Keikyu Line' Limited Express' to Stop 40 (5 stops) and change to the 'Access Express' to Stop 99 (4 stops) . 

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