Looking for a last-minute gift or souvenir before your flight home? If you haven’t had time to shop during your stay in Japan, the good news is that you can still find a great selection of goods at Haneda Airport. In this guide, we’ll introduce some of the one-of-a-kind souvenirs you can find at the International Terminal, including special gifts for children.

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    Official goods from the Hello Kitty Japan store

    Official goods from the Hello Kitty Japan store

    Official goods from the Hello Kitty Japan store

    If you’re a fan of Hello Kitty, then don’t miss a visit to their official store on the 5th floor of the International Terminal. Aside from limited edition stuffed toys of Hello Kitty and My Melody (2,376 yen), you can also find mugs, stationery and accessories such as Hello Kitty socks (410 yen).

    Store location: International Terminal 5F

    Limited edition stuffed toys of Hello Kitty and My Melody (2,376 yen)

    Limited edition stuffed toys of Hello Kitty and My Melody (2,376 yen)

    Hello Kitty socks (410 yen)

    Hello Kitty socks (410 yen)

    Official goods from the Hello Kitty Japan store

    Official goods from the Hello Kitty Japan store

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    Origami Crane smartphone cleaner from the KIRI Japan Design Store

    Origami Crane smartphone cleaner from the KIRI Japan Design Store

    Origami Crane smartphone cleaner from the KIRI Japan Design Store

    Origami cranes have long been associated with Japan. But did you know that you can buy one of these beautiful creations that double as a smartphone or glasses cleaner? The KIRI Japan Design Store on the 4th floor of the Haneda International Terminal is where you’ll find them (2,484 yen). It’s designed with a unique Japanese pattern and pleats so that it springs back to its paper crane shape after use, making for the ideal gift.

    Store location: International terminal 4F

    Even if you spread it once

    Even if you spread it once

    If you bounce with both hands

    If you bounce with both hands

    As Before

    As Before

    Origami Crane smartphone cleaner from the KIRI Japan Design Store

    Origami Crane smartphone cleaner from the KIRI Japan Design Store

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    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

    On the hunt for a uniquely Japanese children’s gift? Head to Soradonki to purchase one of their food sample confectionary kits that recreate iconic Japanese dishes as delicious sweets. You can select between sushi or ramen noodles, as well as gyoza and a typical Japanese lunchbox, with prices starting from around 270 yen. Aside from being easy to make and incredibly cute, they’ll also satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth.

    Store location: International Terminal 5F


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    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

    Food confectionary samples from Soradonki

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    Limited edition Pikachu from the Pokemon vending machine

    Pikachu stuffed toy in the form of a pilot (1,730 yen)

    Pikachu stuffed toy in the form of a pilot (1,730 yen)

    Pokemon fans should head directly to the Hotzone on the 5th floor of the Haneda International Airport where there’s a vending machine stocked with limited edition merchandise. Grab a Pikachu stuffed toy in the form of a pilot (1,730 yen) or a limited edition Pikachu keychain (980 yen). It’s the perfect place to grab a last-minute gift at all hours of the day and night as the vending machine never closes!

    Vending machine location: International Terminal 5F (Hotzone area)

    Limited edition Pikachu keychain (980 yen)

    Limited edition Pikachu keychain (980 yen)

    Limited edition Pikachu from the Pokemon vending machine

    Limited edition Pikachu from the Pokemon vending machine

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    Handcrafted pottery from the Kutani vending machine

    Kutani omamori (1,000 yen)

    Kutani omamori (1,000 yen)

    If you’re looking for a more traditional Japanese souvenir or gift, consider purchasing a piece of Kutani pottery sold directly from a vending machine. The vending machine is located near the Haneda Nihonbashi on the 4th floor of the International Terminal. Aside from a beautiful range of handcrafted Kutani pottery accessories such as necklaces and hairpins, you can also find Kutani omamori (1,000 yen) to provide luck or protection.

    Vending machine location: International Terminal 4F (Haneda Nihonbashi area)

    Handcrafted pottery from the Kutani vending machine

    Handcrafted pottery from the Kutani vending machine

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    Japanese votive tags from the Festival Plaza vending machine

    Festival Plaza vending machine

    Festival Plaza vending machine

    If there’s no room in your luggage for souvenirs, why not purchase a Japanese votive tag from the vending machine in Festival Plaza. For 500 yen, you can purchase a votive tag and write a wish on it, then hang it alongside the others that have been placed along the wall. Take time to browse the words of other travelers and return home with the warm feelings they create (rather than a material souvenir).

    Location: International Terminal 4F (Haneda Nihonbashi area)

    Festival Plaza vending machine

    Festival Plaza vending machine

    Japanese votive tags from the Festival Plaza vending machine

    Japanese votive tags from the Festival Plaza vending machine

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