Tokyo Haneda Airport information
Haneda Airport is one of 2 airports (the other being Narita Airport) serving the city of Tokyo, capital of Japan. Also known as Tokyo International Airport, Haneda Airport is situated significantly closer to the city of Tokyo than the main Narita Airport and as such, is a popular option for those on short-haul regional and domestic flights. Haneda Airport handles over 68 million air travellers a year and is considered one of the Asia’s busiest but most punctual air facilities.
Flights to Tokyo Haneda Airport
Haneda Airport consists of 3 passenger terminals; 2 are mainly reserved for domestic flights, whilst the last is used for international ones. Terminals 1 and 2 are also connected by an underground walkway. Haneda Airport is a base for Japan Airlines and ANA, both who fly directly from Singapore, together with Singapore Airlines. The airport is also served by a huge number of international airlines such as Emirates and Lufthansa. Popular destinations from Haneda Airport include Seoul, Taipei, Shanghai and Hong Kong.
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Haneda Airport is located about 22 kilometres from Tokyo city. To get there, travellers are advised to take the Tokyo Monorail from the airport to Hamamatsucho Station, a 13-minute ride that only costs about SGD$2.50. From there, the JR Yamanote Line provides access to all of Tokyo’s main stations like Shibuya, Harajuku and Shinagawa.
Otherwise, taxis can also be found outside the terminal. Taxi rides to the city cost about SGD$60-140 and takes about half an hour.
What to see and do
Tokyo is known for its delicious, sea-fresh sashimi, much of which comes from the famous Tsukiji Fish Market. One of the largest fish markets in the world, Tsukiji receives fresh catch of the day direct from fishing boats coming in the wee hours of the morning. From there, vendors clean, process and sell the fish and fish eggs (called roe) and hold live tuna auctions. Watch the frenzied action happen right in front of your eyes, then stay on a little longer to enjoy some of the freshest and most authentic sushi and sashimi offerings in the world at the sushi bars located right at the market itself.
Besides Tsukiji, the ancient Meiji Shrine dedicated to Japan’s 19th-century emperor is worth a visit as well. Shopaholics can indulge in non-stop retail therapy at the Shibuya and Ginza shopping districts, while partygoers should pay the Roppongi district a visit in the evenings.
Families with kids will definitely want to visit the magic of Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea. Housed together in the Tokyo Disney Resort, the theme parks are hugely popular with kids and adults alike. The Disney Resort is complete with Ikspiari, a shopping, dining and entertainment haven for families to wind down after a day of excitement.
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