Things to Do in Narita International Airport (NRT)

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This centrally located store offers easy one-stop shopping for those looking for travel-related electronics: translation machines with voice output to... Read More

The airport has several free kid-friendly (and unsupervised) areas, so find the one that best suits your needs. Both the Children’s Playrooms and... Read More

Departing passengers who have gone through passport control can take advantage of the airport’s official relaxation areas, which include a bright... Read More

To calm your preflight jitters, head to one of the airport’s seven clusters of black full-body electric massage chairs spaced about six feet apart... Read More

Simplicity rules at the 750-square-foot outpost of Muji, the popular Japanese accessories giant. Glass-and-blond-wood shelves are stocked with a pared... Read More

Nail Quick lets you enjoy Japanese nail services. They have gel nails and polish colorings with beautiful nail arts. You can select the sample in iPad... Read More

At almost 38,000 square feet, Narita Nakamise is the largest airport duty-free boutique mall in Japan, linking 19 full-blown stores, including fashion... Read More

Both terminals have free observation decks, but the one attached to Terminal 1 offers the best views of the main runway. The spacious terrace is... Read More

In this minimalist space, an attendant seats guests along a row of self-serve tanks that pump exotically flavored oxygen, from eucalyptus menthol to... Read More

Known informally as the pet hotel, this facility—accessed from the first-floor basement in the north wing of Terminal 1’s car park—is... Read More

These reflexology and massage stations—there are four in total, spread throughout the airport’s two terminals—are removed from general... Read More

If you’re traveling with a group, consider renting one of the airport’s 26 private lounges, complete with cushioned chairs, coffee tables,... Read More

The airport’s largest bookstore—with titles in both Japanese and English—is impeccably organized and also carries DVDs, CDs, and video... Read More

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