With a convenient location, Haneda Airport provides a great access to popular destinations in Kanto region such as Shinjuku, Yokohama, Hakone, Asakusa, and Mt. Fuji, with various modes of transportation.
Koedo-Kawagoe "A town that retains the essence of Edo"
Kawagoe in Saitama Prefecture once prospered as the castle town closest to Edo. The city is also known as Little Edo. Its main street is lined with warehouse-style merchant buildings, providing an authentic Edo atmosphere. The candy stores located on Kashiya Yokocho are stocked full of hand-made Japanese sweets and candies. These stores have preserved the traditional flavors of the region since their founding.
Yokohama Bay Bridge "A city that symbolizes the harmony of urbanization and nature."
The Yokohama Bay Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that was designed to look like a bird spreading its wings. Acting as the main artery linking Tokyo and Yokohama, the bridge was finished in 1989. Starting with Bay Bridge, Yokohama has since been developed as a city designed around the beauty of its landscape. The entire harbor area offers harmonious beauty.
"Doors to explore 'NIPPON'", a special program that showcases scenes hand-picked from NHK's "SHIN NIHON FUDOKI", a show that conveys the beautiful scenery and profound culture of Japan, is screened on five TV monitors installed in the departure area of Haneda Airport.
Do enjoy the video before you leave Haneda Airport.