Todays Japan Guide is about the Coin Locker use in Narita Airport.
I’m focusing on the coin lockers located in Terminal 2- 3rd floor Departure Lobby. This is the area where you check in for your flight & baggage check. All of Narita airport terminals have a Coin Locker and Baggage storage kiosk for use.
The coin lockers are perfect if you have some time to kill before your flight to tour the shopping center of the airport or do last minute tours or shopping in the areas around Narita like AEON Mall, Naritasan Temple, & the outlet malls. This way you don’t need to lug your heavy suitcases and just bring along with you your essentials like a handy purse or backpack, passport and wallet. Continue reading →
Do you have a long layover in Tokyo and have some spare time to do a tour of the nearby area? Perhaps you have a couple of hours to spare before checking in to your flight but don’t want the hassle of lugging your suitcases around. If you are in the vicinity of either Narita or Haneda Airport, they have convenient coin locker storage, designated luggage delivery or storage stations with manned attendants that can help ease your baggage burdens. Here is my guide of the experience 🙂 Continue reading →
I’ve been waiting for forever to do this guide for the Limousine Bus Shuttles at Narita and Haneda airport. The only way for me to do this was to literally fly into Japan, an expensive feat.
Luckily I had a recent trip to Manila this March and my All Nippon Airways route gave me an option to do a long layover in Tokyo and do a airport transfer from Narita to Haneda. Grabbed the opportunity to document step by step my first time use of the Friendly Airport Limousine shuttle from Narita Airport to Haneda. Continue reading →
Flying to Narita Airport via Delta Airlines back in July 2016. I had a longer layover in Narita after our flight from Seattle was delayed. I was able to enjoy my time walking around the Narita airport gates and its various Duty Free shops while waiting for my flight.
When flying, everyone is out there looking for a great deal. Who doesn’t?
Any type of trip, may it be business or vacation are always an expensive affair. That’s why last year I’ve been meticulously saving ever dollar by dollar a list of expenses for my trip to the Philippines.
The biggest of them all being the roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles to Manila.
My November 2015 flights marks also the first time I ever booked directly with an airline rather than going through a travel agent. After scouring and comparing deals via Kayak and numerous airline review sites, I decided to try my luck with All Nippon Airways due to their low fares and stellar customer service reviews.
All Nippon Airways also called ANA covered most bases of what I was looking for in a flight. I needed 3 things: Low Fare, Stopover in Japan, and edible food.
Before I start my review here are a few keywords you need to know about my ANA experience. FARE, FOOD, SPACE and WIFI Continue reading →