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Ōta (大田区, Ōta-ku) is a special ward located in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. In English, it calls itself Ōta City. As of June 1, 2016, the ward has an estimated population of 716,413, with 379,199 households and a population density of 12,048.65 persons per km². The total area is 59.46 km², the largest of the special wards. Ōta's hub is situated around the two stations Kamata and Keikyū Kamata, where the Ōta Ward Office and central Post Office can be found.
5 days ago
Much smaller airport than you would believe! The two domestic terminals bulk the airport out. The international terminal is however, rather small. Because of this it is well worth minimizing your waiting time here, especially with connecting flights. Unless you have checked-in there is very little to do or choice of food and drink. Post security things are far better though, yet still limited. Very kindly Haneda airport does provide a good quality free WiFi service. So provided you are carrying a laptop you can easily get on with some work or entertain yourself. Being Japanese the place is naturally kept beautifully clean, something I find wonderful!
a month ago
Great access to Tokyo and rail system. Nice clean and modern, we were off the plane and through customs in 30 minutes. I love that Japanese efficiency. Once through customs some very helpful train attendants helped direct us to the correct train, train platform and line to get to our hotel. Thank you
2 months ago
Very efficient process of luggage and immigration. Good access to public buses, monorail and train. Though it does not give comfortable airport experience. There are too many unneeded PA and notices everywhere, literally flooding. They are the proof that the airport management has helplessly dull sense of art or nobody working on quality control for artistic impression. Management should learn from French and Singapore airport. Haneda airport are very good examples of foolish and illogical side of Japan. Maybe only AI can help to make it improved. What Airport management needs most out of the coming AI is probably some sense of art.. I hope to see the improvement.
3 months ago
The airport is really clean and not as crowded as other airports. Facilities are really good especially the Japanese restaurants and shops as well as the vending machines with so many choices of drinks. They even have traditional looking shopping street! There are so many things you can do around the airport especially when you are trying to kill some time. You can look around, shop or eat! The atmosphere of the airport really tells you that you have arrived in Japan!
a month ago
The place is fine for a medium sized international airport, but I really hate the immigration officers. It’s not just the guys and girls in Haneda either... heck, I really abhor the immigration officers in my country too. I wonder why they are always so bitter. Probably because they deal with too many people. Every single time I pass the immigrations(Japan and whatnot.), I dream of the day when A.I. would finally replace all those officers wearing ugly grimaces. The only one time I actually liked an immigration guy was in L.A. But I won't make any generalizations about the US either; I absolutely hated the guys at Chicago... NY... etc.