"Haneda Airport Garden" (羽田エアポートガーデン), a new spot in Tokyo which just opened in January 2023, will make you feel like "I want to visit Haneda Airport without getting on an airplane!"
There are shopping zones, a natural hot spring with a view of Mt.Fuji, and some of Japan's largest airport hotels. The commercial facility directly connected to Haneda Airport Terminal 3 is a must-see spot for your next trip to Tokyo!
*All products and prices (including tax) appearing in this article are as of February 2023. The contents may have changed, so please check the official website of each store for details.
3 highlights of "Haneda Airport Garden", the newest tourist spot directly connected to Haneda Airport
In January 2023, "Haneda Airport Garden", a large-scale commercial facility, has opened in all functions at Haneda Airport.
It is conveniently located, just a minute's walk from "Haneda Airport Terminal 3" Station on the Keihin Kyuko Line and Tokyo Monorail, and is directly connected to the international arrival lobby on the 2nd floor.
Since you can get there right from the airport, you can make effective use of the waiting time before boarding an airplane or during the gap time after arriving at an international or domestic flight.
What makes tourists happy isn't only the convenient location though! After the shortened business hours (due to COVID) are over, some restaurants will be open until 22:00 or 23:00, and the hot spring facility will be open 24 hours a day. With this, even if you arrive at Haneda Airport late at night, you won't have a problem regarding sightseeing.
In addition, the bus terminal, restaurant zones, shopping zones, hotels, and the natural hot spring facility are well-equipped. You can meet various sightseeing needs such as "playing", "eating", and "staying" even when you are not waiting for your flight. It is truly a strong ally for sightseeing in Tokyo!
Highlights of Haneda Airport Garden ①: Shopping zones where you can buy Japanese souvenirs
From here, we will guide you through the three highlights of "Haneda Airport Garden". Let's start with the shopping zones where you want to stop by to choose souvenirs. Especially if you want to get Japanese souvenirs, don't miss the "Japan Promenade" (ジャパンプロムナード) that directly connects to Terminal 3!
"Japan Promenade" where you can get souvenirs from all over Japan
When you pass through the entrance gate, "Japan Promenade" is the first to welcome you.
Of the 12 stores that sell Japanese sweets and miscellaneous goods and the 3 restaurants that offer Uji matcha sweets and fish set meals, 8 are opening their first stores in Tokyo. Let's sift through Tokyo souvenirs and Japanese products that can only be purchased here on this fashionable walkway where light shines through the large glass windows.
"Haneda Sando" which features a torii-like design
If you go straight on the "Japan Promenade", you will see the entrance of "Haneda Sando" (羽田参道). As you can imagine from the name, it is characterized by a design reminiscent of mountain upon mountain of torii gates.
There are 17 stores that sell Japanese sake, Japanese sweets, chopsticks and tableware, perfect for souvenir shopping!
"Haneda Collection" where you can find useful goods and apparel for your trip
After experiencing Japanese culture at "Haneda Sando", head to the "Haneda Collection" (ハネダコレクション) on the opposite side.
A variety of fashion goods, beauty goods, and cosmetics that can be used while traveling are displayed here. How about gathering your total outfit, including shirts, glasses, hats, watches, or even some smartphone accessories for your trip?
"Haneda Food Selection" & "Oedo Food Hall" where famous Japanese restaurants gather
"Haneda Food Selection" (ハネダフードセレクション) is where you can enjoy gourmet food from all over Japan. Well-known restaurants that are highly rated on food review sites include "Godaime Hanayama Udon" (五代目 花山うどん), a popular udon shop that always has lines of queue in Ginza, and "Unagi Yondaime Kikukawa" (うなぎ四代目菊川), which is operated by an eel wholesaler that has been in business for over 90 years.
Highlights of Haneda Airport Garden ②: Hot spring facility with a view of Mt. Fuji "Izumi Tenku no Yu - Haneda Airport"
If you visit "Haneda Airport Garden", you should stop by the hot spring facility, "Izumi Tenku no Yu - Haneda Airport" (泉天空の湯 羽田空港). As the third hot spring facility directly connected to the airport in Japan, following Chubu International Airport in Aichi Prefecture and New Chitose Airport in Hokkaido, it is a valuable presence nationwide.
This hot spring facility is located on the top floor of the Haneda Airport Garden, with an area of about 2,000 square meters where you can enjoy a superb view unique to Haneda!
You can see airplanes taking off and landing at Haneda Airport from the men's bath "Ginyoku-no-Yu" (銀翼の湯), while you can see the Tama River and even Mt. Fuji from the women's bath "Fujimi-no-Yu" on a clear day! The view that makes use of the location around the airport where there are no tall buildings is outstanding!
The hot spring uses a private source drawn from about 1,500 meters underground. It is especially effective for those who are sensitive to cold and help with fatigue recovery, not to mention moisturizing and heat retention.
You can take a bath empty-handed at any time because you can rent Kannaigi (館内着 / clothes for wearing in facility or bath clothes), towels, and various amenities. Be sure to make advanatge of 2 types of saunas and 3 types of bedrock bathso to fully heal the fatigue of your trip!
Izumi Tenku no Yu - Haneda Airport
- Business hours: Open 24 hours (bathes close between 10:00-13:00)
- Closed: Irregular
- Price: 4,800 yen for adults, 2,000 yen for children (towel, hall wear, bedrock bath included)
- Official site: https://www.hvf.jp/eng/hanedaairport-grand/spa/
Highlights of Haneda Airport Garden ③: Two large airport-connected hotels - "Villa Fontaine Grand & Premier - Haneda Airport"
Hotels directly connected to the airport are convenient for early morning or late night flights.
"Haneda Airport Garden" airport hotels, "Villa Fontaine Grand" and "Villa Fontaine Premier" are both directly connected across the "Japan Promenade" on the 2nd floor, thus are easily accessible from the airport without having to use trains or buses. You can check in without hassle even on rainy days or when you have a lot of luggage.
As airport hotels, they boast the largest number of guest rooms: "Villa Fontaine Grand" (left) has 12 types with 1,557 rooms (18㎡ - 42㎡), and "Villa Fontaine Premier" (right) has 6 types with 160 rooms (33㎡ - 173㎡). Scenery unique to the airport, such as the monorail and the Tama River can be enjoyed.
If you want to stay in Haneda at a reasonable price, "Villa Fontaine Grand - Haneda Airport"
From standard doubles to superior twins, superior triples, and Japanese-Western style rooms with tatami flooring, "Villa Fontaine Grand" can accommodate up to 4 people per room. The price range is reasonable, starting at 10,950 yen per person per night for a room for two people (for room without meals plan). The hotel is especially useful for tourists who arrive by night flight.
If you want to stay in Haneda with a premium feeling, "Villa Fontaine Premier - Haneda Airport"
On the other hand, "Villa Fontaine Premier" is a premium hotel. In addition to the luxurious guest rooms, the glamarous lobby is also impressive. Moreover, there are plenty of ingenuity to make your stay am unforgettable one, such as concierge service, 24-hour room service, and a free-use fitness center for guests.
Villa Fontaine Grand - Haneda Airport and Villa Fontaine Premier - Haneda Airport
- Check-in: 15:00 - 20:00
- Check-out: 11:00
- Official site:
What souvenirs can you buy at Haneda Airport Garden?
So far we have introduced the shopping zones, hot spring facilities, and hotels, but there are still many highlights in Haneda Airport Garden! If you're interested in our favourite Haneda souvenirs, stay tuned to the upcoming sequel!
Haneda Airport Garden
- Address: 2-7-1 Haneda Airport, Ota City, Tokyo
- Business hours:
- 【Shopping & Service】08:00 – 21:00
- 【Restaurant & Cafe】08:00 – 23:00
*Some stores have different business hours.
- *Business hours are being changed for the time being. Please check the official website for the latest information.
- Access: About 1 minute walk from "Haneda Airport Terminal 3" Station on the Keikyu Kyuko Line and Tokyo Monorail (directly connected to the connecting walkway from the international arrival lobby on the 2nd floor)
- Official site: https://www.shopping-sumitomo-rd.com/haneda/shopping/
- 3 highlights of "Haneda Airport Garden", the newest tourist spot directly connected to Haneda Airport
- Highlights of Haneda Airport Garden ①: Shopping zones where you can buy Japanese souvenirs
- Highlights of Haneda Airport Garden ②: Hot spring facility with a view of Mt. Fuji "Izumi Tenku no Yu - Haneda Airport"
- Highlights of Haneda Airport Garden ③: Two large airport-connected hotels - "Villa Fontaine Grand & Premier - Haneda Airport"
- What souvenirs can you buy at Haneda Airport Garden?