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Narita Airport Restaurant Guide


2019.08.19

NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITOR

Narita Airport Restaurant Guide

If you’re departing Japan from the Narita International Airport, you might be looking to grab a bite to eat before your flight. In this guide, we’ll introduce the various restaurants, cafes and fast-food joints that are available at the airport in Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.

  • 01

    Terminal 1

    The food court at Terminal 1

    The food court at Terminal 1

    Terminal 1 has plenty of places to eat, ranging from restaurants serving authentic Japanese fare and specializing in premium rice to international fast-food joints and popular cafes. Most of the restaurants are located on the 4th and 5th floors of Terminal 1’s Central Building for the convenience of travelers.

  • 02

    Gihey

    Gihey

    Gihey

    Gihey

    Gihey

    Famed for serving “First Class Rice” (which is the highest quality available in Ja-pan), Gihey is a long-established Kyoto restaurant that now has a branch at Narita Airport. In addition to their original Okinakasumi rice, they also offer a range of carefully selected rice from all over Japan with their set meals. Aside from dining here, you can also purchase packs of premium rice to take home with you as souvenirs.

    Opening hours: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. (last order 8:00 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 1 Central Building 4F

  • 03

    Dashichazuke En

    Dashichazuke En

    Dashichazuke En

    This popular chain store specializes in dashichazuke, which is a local form of fast food that offers an authentic experience. It comprises cooked rice topped with your choice of seasonal ingredients, plus a dashi soup stock that’s served in a teapot for you to pour over yourself. The Narita branch’s signature meal is Unagi Hitsumabushi-style Dashichazuke, which features delicious barbecue grilled eel fillet.

    Opening hours: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 8:30 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 1 Central Building 4F

  • 04

    Kaisen Misakiko

    Kaisen Misakiko

    Kaisen Misakiko

    Situated right next to the 5th-floor observation deck, this restaurant offers high-quality sushi with all the fun of a sushi belt. It’s a great option if you’re wanting one last sushi fix before leaving Japan, with the option to select dishes off the belt or request something specific from the chefs. It’s hidden away and a bit of a secret but worth finding for its seasonal ingredients and views of the planes com-ing and going.

    Opening hours: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. (last order 8:00 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 1 Central Building 5F

  • 05

    Light meals:Soup Stock Tokyo、SUBWAY

    Soup Stock Tokyo

    Soup Stock Tokyo

    Soup Stock Tokyo

    Soup Stock Tokyo

    SUBWAY

    SUBWAY

    If you’re just after something light to grab on-the-go, you can head to Soup Stock Tokyo, which offers both dine-in and take-away menus. There’s a wide va-riety of soups and curries available, with a menu that changes each week and plenty of vegetarian options.

    Alternatively, you can pick up hearty sandwiches (including vegetarian options) from the airport’s Subway store, with the bread baked fresh on site. This is a good option for people who are short on time and racing to catch their flight.

    Soup Stock Tokyo
    Opening hours: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 8:30 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 1 Central Building 4F

    Subway
    Opening hours: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 9:00 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 1 Central Building 4F

  • 06

    Cafes:Dena & Deluca、Starbucks Coffee

    Dena & Deluca

    Dena & Deluca

    Dena & Deluca

    Dena & Deluca

    Starbucks Coffee

    Starbucks Coffee

    For travelers needing a caffeine fix, there are Starbucks Coffee and Dena & Delu-ca stores inside Terminal 1. Both offer a wide variety of hot and cold drinks, as well as sweet treats and a menu of light snacks to enjoy. Aside from their stand-ard menus, they also offer seasonal drinks marking special events and sell a range of souvenir items that are exclusive to Japan.

    Dena & Deluca
    Opening hours: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 9:00 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 1 Central Building 4F

    Starbucks Coffee
    Opening hours: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 9:00 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 1 Central Building 4F

  • 07

    Gong Cha

    Gong Cha

    Gong Cha

    Bubble tea

    Bubble tea

    This Taiwanese-owned cafe in the Central Building serves high-quality tapioca milk tea from Taiwan, with a sticky texture that differs from Western-style tea. You can select a drink to match your tastes, with customizable levels of sweet-ness and toppings. Gong Cha’s signature drinks are their milk foam teas, which are available in Jasmine, Oolong, Black Tea and Alisan Oolong flavors.


    Opening hours: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 9:00 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 1 Central Building 4F

  • 08

    Terminal 2

    Compared to Terminal 1, Terminal 2’s restaurants are more focused on Japanese food, with a whole variety of different options to try. It’s a great place to get your final culinary fix and try authentic Japanese dishes before leaving the coun-try.

  • 09

    Cafe & Dining N’s Court

    Cafe & Dining N’s Court

    Cafe & Dining N’s Court

    This open cafeteria has seating for up to 200 people, with options including Jap-anese, Chinese and Western dishes. There are counter seats, tables for families and comfortable sofas for you to choose from, as well as power outlets and com-plimentary Wi-Fi. It’s a good option if you’ve got a long wait for your flight and want to settle in somewhere to kill some time.

    Opening hours: 6:45 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. (last order 9:15 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 2 Main Building 4F

  • 10

    T's Tantan

    T's Tantan

    T's Tantan

    This restaurant specializes in vegetarian and vegan food, with no meat, seafood, eggs or dairy products used in their dishes. It’s a great place for non-meat eaters to grab a hearty bowl of ramen, without having to worry about bone-based broth or meat toppings. But the signature dish here is Tantanmen, a spicy noodle bowl from Sichuan that comes with a sesame-based broth and soy “meat”.

    Opening hours: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 8:30 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 2 Main Building 4F

  • 11

    Tokyo - Tonkotsu - Base Made by Ippudo

    Tokyo - Tonkotsu - Base Made by Ippudo

    Tokyo - Tonkotsu - Base Made by Ippudo

    An offshoot of the popular Tokyo ramen shop, Hakata Ippudo, this restaurant serves tonkotsu (pork bone) noodle soup with a variety of toppings. You can se-lect your choice of flavor, such as miso or soy sauce, with a rich flavor that gives tonkotsu ramen a whole new appeal. The Narita Airport branch is open from 7:30am in the morning, so you grab one final bowl of ramen even if you have an early flight.

    Opening hours: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 8:30 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 2 Main Building 4F

  • 12

    Menya Kookai

    Menya Kookai

    Menya Kookai

    For ramen with a different flavor, head to this Chinese noodle soup shop that of-fers both meat and vegetarian dishes. Their signature soup is made using a French culinary technique that involves slow-simmering pork and chicken bones that have first been roasted. This helps to bring out their delicate and unique fla-vors.

    Opening hours: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. (Last order 8:15 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 2 Main Building 4F

  • 13

    Sojibou

    Sojibou

    Sojibou

    Directly facing the apron is this Japanese restaurant that serves everything from soba to sushi and sweets. But the specialty is definitely their zaru soba (cold noodles) that you dip in a special broth. You can order them with grated yam or a curry sauce, as well as chicken, eel or tempura vegetables and shrimp.

    Opening hours: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 8:30 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 2 Main Building 4F

  • 14

    Yoshinoya

    Yoshinoya

    Yoshinoya

    Open 24 hours, this Japanese-style restaurant is ideal for travelers with a late-night or early-morning flight when many of Narita Airport’s other restaurants are closed. It’s particularly renowned for its beef bowls that feature grilled rib meat with an aromatic soy sauce. There’s an English menu to assist in ordering, as well as a children’s menu available on request.

    Opening hours: 24 hours
    Location: Terminal 2 Main Building 2F

  • 15

    Tsukijigindaco Highball Sakaba

    Tsukijigindaco Highball Sakaba

    Tsukijigindaco Highball Sakaba

    This takoyaki chain store is great for a light meal on-the-go, with their slogan be-ing “The Nippon Fast Food”. Aside from delicious takoyaki (octopus-filled balls), you can also find yaki soba (fried noodles) and tubokyu (cucumber in a pot). Their light snacks are ideally accompanied by a refreshing beer or carbonat-ed high-ball served in an ice-cold glass.

    Opening hours: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (last order 8:30 p.m.)
    Location: Terminal 2 Main Building 4F

  • 16

    Terminal 3

    The food court at Terminal 3

    The food court at Terminal 3

    Terminal 3 is dedicated to low-cost carriers and has far fewer restaurants com-pared to Terminals 1 and 2. However, you can still find a few places serving typ-ical Japanese food, such as ramen and sushi.

  • 17

    Tatsu Sushi

    Tatsu Sushi

    Tatsu Sushi

    This sushi restaurant serves Edo-style sushi and is the sister store to Sushi Kyo-tatsu in Narita Airport’s Terminal 1. The sushi features fresh tuna and locally-caught shellfish with red rice vinegar and salted red sashimi. If you don’t have time to eat in, you can also grab their sushi to take away and enjoy onboard your flight.

    Opening hours: 5:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
    Location: Terminal 3 2F Food Court

  • 18

    Miyatake Sanuki Udon

    Miyatake Sanuki Udon

    Miyatake Sanuki Udon

    Also located in the Terminal 3 food court is this udon restaurant that makes their noodles using dough from a long-established factory in Sanuki. The udon here is renowned for its texture and served with a dashi stock made from dried sardines caught in the Seto Inland Sea. There are a range of tempura items available as toppings, as well as soba noodles if you’re after something different.

    Opening hours: 4:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    Location: Terminal 3 2F Food Court

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