NRT - New Tokyo International Airport, Tokyo, Japan

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Free wifi; network name: FreeWiFi-NARITA -- Cathay Pacific Lounge network name: Cathay Pacific Lounge - password: cathay1234

1 months ago - Anonymous 0 comments
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When traveling with children, there are a range of facilities for your ease of passage through NRT including: baby-changing areas, nurseries and children's play areas.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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Finalize your affairs before boarding your flight at the business center located on the fifth floor of Terminal There are fax and photocopying facilities, internet access and meeting rooms. You can access certain business services at strategic locations across the two terminals.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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There are medical clinics and a dentist available for all your medical needs at NRT.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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If you are on layover, the Hilton Narita offers a complimentary shuttle ride from the airport. It has three restaurants, a jogging track, swimming pool and 18 meeting rooms for up to 1,000 guests.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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There are long and short-term parking garages at NRT. Car parks P1 and P5 are located in front of Terminal 1, while car parks P2 and P3 are just outside of Terminal 2.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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If traveling with your pet, there is a pet hotel in Terminal 2, which offers veterinary services.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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If you have too many items, don't worry; luggage storage services and luggage lockers are available in both terminals.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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Whatever your shopping needs are, both terminals offer a bit of everything including duty-free items. You can get Japanese arts and crafts to designer clothing, perfumes and more on the fourth and fifth floors of Terminal 1 and the fourth floor of Terminal 2.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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If you are hungry, there is a wide array of selections across the airport, however most restaurants are located at the fourth floor of each terminal.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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Whatever last minute financial transaction you need to carry out, both terminals have banks, ATMs and bureaux de change. There are also postal services available at both terminals.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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If you need to get from one terminal to the next, there are shuttle buses available and they only take ten minutes.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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If you are on layover. give yourself at least three hours of traveling time if you intend to enjoy yourself and make it back on time for your connecting flight.
5 years ago - Latoyaa1 0 comments
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If your baggage didn't arrive, the Uniqlo in Terminal 2 departures is a convenient place to pick up a change of clothes. They have a special offer when you buy socks, underwear, and a top together, just for this scenario.
5 years ago - threedaymonk 0 comments
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Non-Japanese visitors can take the Narita Express (N'EX) to many destinations in Tokyo and Yokohama (including connections via JR) for just ¥1500. It's only valid from the airport, though: you'll need a full-price ticket on your way back.
5 years ago - threedaymonk 0 comments
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If it's your first time, then the Friendly Limousine Bus really is the simplest choice if you're staggering off of a long flight
5 years ago - davidk 0 comments
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