Tokyo Haneda Airport

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Kentaro Iemoto
Haneda Airport (羽田空港 Haneda Kūkō) (HND), officially known as Tokyo International Airport (東京国際空港 Tōkyō Kokusai Kūkō), in the Tokyo neighborhood of Ota, is the largest and busiest airport in Japan, and the second busiest airport in all Asia despite the majority of flights being domestic. Although Narita Airport has been Tokyo's main international airport since it opened 1978, with Haneda serving primarily as a domestic airport, the Japanese government has been opening Haneda up to more international flights since the opening of the new International Terminal in 2010. Since then, Haneda has won numerous accolades, including having been awarded a 5-star rating by Skytrax since 2014.
Haneda is known for its entertainment districts: Edo Market (an imitation of an ancient Tokyo street with stores and restaurants) and Tokyo Pop Town (a shopping and entertainment district including Japanese-themed stores, a planetarium, slot car racing, flight simulators, and an observation deck). These are located landside, so you can visit them even if you don't have a flight. There is also a replica of the famous Nihonbashi bridge in central Tokyo. The downside is that if you are changing flights, you will have to pass through customs and immigration in order to visit these.
Haneda Airport serves as the primary hub for All Nippon Airways (ANA) and flag carrier Japan Airlines (JAL).



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