Two areas to experience the Japanese traditional culture: Haneda Nihonbashi and Omatsuri Hiroba (Festival Plaza) on the 5th floor, and Edo Koji on the 4th floor
This large bridge connecting the 4th and 5th floors is entirely made of Yoshino cypress wood and is a reproduction of the actual Nihonbashi in half its original size.
The original Nihonbashi Bridge was at the heart of Edo (Tokyo during the Edo era) and served as the starting point of travels throughout Japan.
The signboard next to the bridge reads, "Journeys always start here, then and even today." Why not to cross the bridge as the starting point of your air travel?
Edo-zu Byobu (folding screen pictures of Tokyo during the Edo era) are displayed on the wall along Haneda Nihonbashi. These screens made with porcelain panels depict the bustling scenes of Edo.
Omatsuri Hiroba (Festival Plaza)
A red festive float is on display at this event venue located just beyond Haneda Nihonbashi. Visitors can buy wooden tablets at the vending machine to write their wishes and hang them for display.
Go ahead and write your message or wishes on a wooden tablet as a memento of your trip. The tablets are available at the vending machine for 500 yen a piece.