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Naha Airport, Naha

Categories: Monuments, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
Whether you’re catching a flight or simply enjoying the sight of planes, head to Naha Airport, Japan’s seventh largest airport. Opened in 1933, the airport has suffered from a turbulent history, which includes being taken over by the US military in 1945. Nowadays, the airport houses the Japanese air self-defense force, Naha Air Base, as well as a shopping center. Head inside the mall and engage in some retail therapy as you take in views over the 3 km (1.86 mi) long runway. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Naha Airport by using our Naha vacation route planner.
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  • Move upstairs from the arrival lobby on the first floor, and through the passage to the Naha airport station. 3 days in broad outline and shut down train station locker, it was very inconvenient.
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  • Go to the station without getting wet in the rain, and connected by covered bridges from the airport terminal. And start walking directly connected to this bridge because it's effective cooling airport terminal is still cool, but walk to the station while feeling the hot air in Okinawa. Oh-Okinawa I always feel.
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  • Located next to the Naha airport. It is useful to go to Naha city. No road traffic to each other. Value to use is.
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  • Inefficient customs. Understaffed so takes a long time to get through. Otherwise its a nice small airport.
  • A cozy one which is just adjacent to shopping outlet. You can have last minute shopping!
  • Very clean and bright, with and aerial design and very relaxed feeling. No free Wi-Fi as of beginning of 2015. Very close to Naha city center and the very easy to use monorail train going through all the city has its last stop station there.
  • International terminal like a regional airport, only two shops to get food. Departure drop off was a bit confusing.
  • I liked it as a former Marine when I was stationed there. Being there as a civilian is way better. Unfortunately there are a lot of uneducated Marines on the island that they think own the place, but many of them haven't interacted with an actual local let alone spent significant time off base without a libo/battle buddy or whatever they call it now. Anyway, my wife is from here and I'll be sure to sit on my lawn chair, drinking a beer and waving to all the dumb jarheads that have to get back on base before midnight and sober!
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