4th & 5th Floors Great Sights, Shopping & Fun at Haneda Airport

  • Seasonal Decorations: Experience the Four Seasons of Japan
  • Seasonal decorations displayed throughout the terminal change by season and give visitors a taste of how the landscapes of Japan change over the seasons.
    *Pictures below are of decorations in 2017 and 2018, and decorations are subject to change.
  • March - April: SAKURA (Cherry Blossoms)
  • spring

    March - April: SAKURA (Cherry Blossoms)
    Cherry blossoms are a symbolic flower of Japan in the spring. The area becomes magnificently adorned with both natural and artificial cherry trees.
  • March - April: SAKURA (Cherry Blossoms)
  • March - April: SAKURA (Cherry Blossoms)

    Enjoy views of seasonal flowers at Edo Koji and around Haneda Nihonbashi on the 4th floor, along with the townscape of the Edo era.

  • July - August: TANABATA
  • summer

    July - August: TANABATA
    Tanabata is an essential summer event in Japan. The legend says two lovers, Orihime (Vega star) and Hikoboshi (Altair star) cross the Milky Way and meet only once a year, on July 7. Although the legend is from China, the Japanese version has a unique custom of writing wishes on paper strips and hanging them on bamboo trees.
  • July - August: TANABATA
  • July - August: TANABATA

    "Fukinagashi (windsocks)" are displayed on the Edo Butai (stage). The paper strips with wishes written by travelers from all over the world can be found at various locations throughout the 4th and 5th floors.

  • September - November: KOYO (Autumn Foliage)
  • autumn

    September - November: KOYO (Autumn Foliage)
    The phenomenon of leaves turning red and yellow in the autumn is called KOYO. Enjoy the vibrant red colors of foliage decorating the area beautifully.
  • September - November: KOYO (Autumn Foliage)
  • September - November: KOYO (Autumn Foliage)

    Chochin (traditional Japanese paper lanterns) and sign boards also receive special autumn decorations, creating a unique atmosphere of autumn enjoyed and cherished by Japanese people.

  • November - February: ILLUMINATION
  • winter

    November - February: ILLUMINATION
    Bamboo-inspired illuminations are installed throughout the area to create an airport atmosphere unique to Japan. The colors of the lights change every few minutes in gradation, changing the face of the departure lobby.
  • November - February: ILLUMINATION
  • 11月~2月“彩灯”ILLUMINATION

    Many bamboo trees procured from Kyoto, decorated with LED lights are also popular. Visitors can feel as if they are walking in an illuminated tunnel, elegantly decorated with simple and yet exquisite performances of lighting.