Observation Deck at Narita Airport Terminal 2, Narita

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 190 reviews on the web
Enjoy the views of planes landing and departing at Observation Deck at Narita Airport Terminal 2. Sit on the benches in the open air and observe Dreamliners, A380s, 777s, JALs, ANAs, and other aircrafts as they move across the airport. Just outside a shopping area with cafes and snack shops, the deck offers convenient relief from the airport crowds. Put a coin in the binoculars placed on the deck for an up-close look at the jets. Plan to visit Observation Deck at Narita Airport Terminal 2 and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Narita attractions using our Narita tourist route planner.
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  •  At RB so far left immediately after seeing the plane ate roast beef rice bowl. I can't go abroad because I went abroad kind of went to the atmosphere. Helpful steps, but buggy didn't need.
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  • Come to Narita Airport and stopped. It's the hottest day of the summer hard plane see up close feel and makes good practice. Then think of a ride from this exciting. It is recommended, and more perfect.
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  • This is the most photographer friendly airport that I have visited. Its fence holes are easier to use than Haneda's cable if you have a lens with a large diameter. 
  • Narita is a great airport near Tokyo. It was the biggest airport of Tokyo but more and more flights are being redirected to Haneda. The airport is big and well organized. I would recommend to get the train to get to the city center. The train is fast and you'll get a first view of Tokyo which is an absolute massive city!
  • Narita airport is a huge airport located a couple of km outside the centre of Tokyo. It's a less stressful airport than Haneda and it goes over several floors. There are also lots of transportation options to choose from, depending on where your hotel is located. The train is recommended as it takes about 20-30 min to the Centre of Tokyo versus the bus that takes about 1,5hrs. The airport is easy to navigate trough and there are also lots of staff available if you might need some extra guidance.
  • Nice airport. It's bright and going through immigration was quite efficient - they'd take foreigners at the Japanese citizens counters if they weren't busy. Shops inside had a good assortment of Japanese food and some products. Managed to get a box of the Sake kit kats at one near the ANA lounge.
  • Being in Narita airport is a blessing ! Stable WiFi access while waiting for immigration clearance process. Friendly staffs to help foreign tourists, yet good facilities and services provided such as WiFi hotspot rental, prepaid sim slot for days package, mall and so on. Lastly, the information and navigation directives provided with English and Chinese other than just Japanese.
  • While the airport is far from the city center, it's a massive airport that makes getting through security and customs a breeze. Plenty of dining and shopping options to choose from. Terminal 2 even has an area near FalaLa with beds in case you have a long layover. And the staff were extremely polite the entire time with plenty of workers to assist you if you have any questions.
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