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Your Japan Adventure Continues At The Airport: The Ultimate Guide to Shopping and Dining at Haneda Airport!

Your Japan Adventure Continues At The Airport: The Ultimate Guide to Shopping and Dining at Haneda Airport!

Update: 15 March 2018

Not ready to say “Sayonara” to Japan? The shops, restaurants and facilities at Haneda Airport International Departure and Arrival Lobby are a great way to experience Japanese culture and cuisine one final time before heading home.

This guide will introduce you to the best restaurants at Edo Market on the 4th Floor as well as to the best spots for last-minute gift and souvenir shopping.

Once you’ve checked in for your flight, it’s time to explore. The escalator near the post box is your gateway to Edo Market on the 4th floor and Tokyo Pop Town on the 5th floor.

●Try These Japanese Dishes!
For wagyu beef sukiyaki, head to Takafuku

●Try These Japanese Dishes!
For wagyu beef sukiyaki, head to Takafuku

Sukiyaki has been a popular dish among Japanese people for nearly 150 years. To enjoy this dish made from thinly sliced beef and fresh vegetables simmered in a savory sauce, dip the beef in raw egg and enjoy! The kuroge beef practically melts in your mouth. If you want your final meal in Japan to be sukiyaki, you can’t go wrong with choosing Takafuku!

Marbled sukiyaki (Comes with 120 grams of meat, rice, egg, and miso soup) 3240 yen
Sukiyaki (Comes with 100 grams of meat, rice, egg, and miso soup. Served between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.) 1620 yen
Sukiyaki To-Go 1296 yen
Marbled Roast Beef Bento 2808 yen
(All prices include tax)

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 1
Hours of Operation: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. (last order at 10:30 p.m.)

Plenty of to-go options available at Katsusen - specializing in tonkatsu!

Plenty of to-go options available at Katsusen - specializing in tonkatsu!

When it comes to tonkatsu, deep-fried pork cutlet, Katsusen is king in Japan. The crispness of tonkatsu is accented by the crunchiness of shredded cabbage piled high on your plate. If you fell in love with tonkatsu during your stay in Japan, try it one more time at Katsusen. You can even get as much cabbage as you like.

Deep-Fried Roast Pork Cutlet 780 yen
Deep-Fried Pork Fillet 1880 yen
Deep-Fried Pork Fillet Sandwich (To-Go) 800 yen
Deep-Fried Pork Fillet or Deep Fried Pork Cutlet Bento 1200 yen

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 2
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. (last order at 10:30 p.m.)

Broth that will transport you to western Japan
Tsurutontan

Broth that will transport you to western Japan 
Tsurutontan

You’ll immediately notice that this udon shop has bowls that are nearly as large as the kitchen sink. As you slurp down Tsurutontan’s firm udon noodles, be sure to listen for the satisfying sound that the noodles make as they hit the broth.

Tempura Udon 1480 yen
Udon with Meat 1380 yen
Udon with Mentaiko 1380 yen
Curry Udon 1080 yen
Kitsune Udon 880 yen

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 3
Hours of Operation: 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. (last order at 11:30 p.m.)

Did someone say “yakiniku?”
Yakiniku Champion

Did someone say “yakiniku?”
Yakiniku Champion

Yakiniku Champion only uses the highest grade of wagyu kuroge beef for its yakiniku. Its Yakiniku Champion Roll, a rolled sushi-like concoction loaded with grilled beef, has even been featured on Japanese television and in magazines. If you’re in the mood for meat, get a Yakiniku Champion Roll to-go.

Yakiniku (includes kimchi, namul, rice, small salad and seaweed soup) 2100 yen
Yakiniku Bibimbap (comes with wakame soup) 1380 yen
Yakiniku Bento Box To-Go 1000 yen

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 4
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. (last order at 10:30 p.m. Yakiniku Champion Roll and Bento Lunches available after 10 a.m.)

●For western-style dishes like omurice and hamburger steak, head to PORT-SIDE KITCHEN

●For western-style dishes like omurice and hamburger steak, head to PORT-SIDE KITCHEN

Port-Side Kitchen is the sister restaurant to the famed Grill Manten Boshi in Tokyo’s Azabu Juban district. Its signature western-style dishes are created by a French chef and suited to the Japanese palate. Treat yourself to one of Port-Side Kitchen’s fantastic meals.

Omurice with Demi Glace Sauce 1500 yen
Steak with Garlic Pilaf (comes with soup and salad) 1600 yen
Hamburger steak with Demi Glace Sauce (comes with rice) 1600 yen
Milan-style Deep Fried Pork Cutlet (comes with rice) 1500 yen

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 5
Hours of Operation: 9a.m. to 10:30 p.m. (last order at 10:00 p.m.)

●A Cafe With A View!
Eat Mos Burger 24/7 at Mos Cafe 

Mos Cafe Haneda Airport International Terminal Store

●A Cafe With A View! 
Eat Mos Burger 24/7 at Mos Cafe 

Mos Cafe Haneda Airport International Terminal Store

Mos Burger, the Japanese hamburger chain that prepares your burgers fresh when you order. Complete your order with a salad, smoothie, rice or desserts made with soy milk.

Mos Burger 370 yen
Shrimp and Avocado Cobb Salad 670 yen
Mos Yakiniku and Rice 770 yen
Coffee 370 yen

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 6
Hours of Operation: 24 hours

See Mount Fuji on a clear day when you dine in at Mos café!

Relax With Green Tea Sweets

Itoen

Relax With Green Tea Sweets

Itoen

If you’re craving Japanese sweets, get your fix at Ito En.
All dishes are made using high-quality tea. After all, this café is operated by Ito En, a well-known producer of Japanese tea. The interior itself is modeled on a Japanese temple - the perfect background for taking photos of your matcha ice cream!

Matcha Soft Serve 540 yen
Houjicha Soft Serve with Red Bean Paste 730 yen
Green Tea Poured Over Grilled Salmon Rice Ball 800 yen

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 6
Hours of Operation: 24 hours

Where to eat when you’re pressed for time? Cafe Cardinal!

Where to eat when you’re pressed for time? Cafe Cardinal!

Open 24 hours a day, Cafe Cardinal serves coffee and light food—just what you need when you're in a hurry.
Simply run up the escalator and you’re good to go. Don’t forget to try the freshly baked bread!

Cardinal Hot Dog Meal (comes with small drink) 780 yen
Cardinal Curry and Naan Meal (comes with small drink) 980 yen
Soft Serve made from Fresh Hokkaido Milk 440 yen
Blend Coffee (small size) 340 yen

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 8
Hours of Operation: 24 hours

For stationery that’s sure to get everyone talking
Itoya

For stationery that’s sure to get everyone talking
Itoya

With a giant pen standing in its entrance, you can’t miss Itoya. You’ll find trendy knick-knacks and stationery, including writing utensils that retailers for more than 2000 yen. Its “pen jackets,” or outer coverings for pens, are a bestselling item.

Location: Edo Market, 4th Floor Map 9
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

These items are popular among travelers from Taiwan

Warning: Have too much fun here and you might miss your flight!
Hakuhinkan Toy Park

Warning: Have too much fun here and you might miss your flight!
Hakuhinkan Toy Park

Straight from Tokyo’s Ginza is Haneda Airport’s very own Hakuhinkan Toy Park. Don’t let the store’s size deceive you—there’s plenty of fun to be had in this tiny space. Along with toys, you’ll also find umbrellas and socks with whimsical drawings.

Location: 5th Floor TOKYO POP TOWN on the left as you get off the escalator Map 10 
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Welcome to Hello Kitty Paradise
Hello Kitty Japan

Welcome to Hello Kitty Paradise
Hello Kitty Japan

No Hello Kitty fan should depart from Haneda Airport without stopping by this store. Hello Kitty and other Sanrio favorites like My Melody and Gudetama adorn every inch of this shop, from cosmetics to candy and more! As a bonus, all items are tax-free for tourists.

5th Floor TOKYO POP TOWN on the left as you get off the escalator Map 11
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.

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