Shop Guide

Before passing through the security checkpoint

After passing through the security checkpoint

Haneda Airport International Terminal

ANA FESTA (the International Building, Haneda) (Before passing through the security checkpoint)Digital interpreter devicetax-free shop

TOKYO SOUVENIR SHOP SOUTH
(After passing through the security checkpoint )
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There are two ANA Festa gift shops near the security checkpoint, one before entering it and one after passing through it to the departure gates. Both are duty-free shops which offer a variety of souvenirs from Tokyo and across Japan. After entering the departure gate area, travelers can also find Hokkaido Kitchen, a restaurant which serves Sapporo ramen and other Hokkaido specialties.

■Available Products
Various gifts and souvenirs, airplane-related goods, and travel goods, light meals, beverages, liquor, etc.
■Business Hours (Japan Standard Time)
6:00 to 23:00*
*The TOKYO SOUVENIR SHOP SOUTH is open until 24:30.
The store information above is for ANA Festa gift shops.
■Note
Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, etc.), traveler’s checks, and UnionPay cards are accepted.

Before passing through the security checkpoint

After passing through the security checkpoint

Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal 2

A total of 15 ANA FESTA shops, including restaurants, can be found throughout domestic terminal 2. In particular, the shop located in the arrival lobby on the first floor offers an extensive lineup of products, including gifts and souvenirs from Tokyo, bento (boxed lunches), and travel goods. Many of the shops are located in the departure gate area after passing through the security checkpoint to allow travelers to make last-minute purchases before boarding.

■Available Products
Various gifts and souvenirs, light meals, beverages, liquor, etc. Depending on the shop, travelers can also find other products such as gifts and souvenirs from different areas of Japan, travel goods, and airplane-related goods.
■Business Hours (Japan Standard Time)
•ANA FESTA Arrival Lobby Gift Shop 8:30 to 22:30
•ANA FESTA B1 Gift Shop 8:00 to 21:30
•Shops which are located in areas beyond the security checkpoint are open from 6:00 to 20:00 (excluding certain shops).
■Note
Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, etc.), traveler’s checks, are accepted.

Information on Popular Gifts and Souvenirs

UJI GREEN TEA BAUMKUCHEN ”KYONOTAKE”

UJI GREEN TEA BAUMKUCHEN "KYONOTAKE"

The batter for this cake features fresh cream and generous amounts of matcha green tea from the city of Uji (located near Kyoto). Featuring a soft texture and a rich green tea flavor, this sophisticated cake is also shaped to resemble a section of bamboo.

MATCHA CHOCOLATE DAIFUKU

MATCHA CHOCOLATE DAIFUKU

This cute, bite-sized confection features a matcha green tea-flavored mochi (glutinous rice cake) with a white chocolate filling. Its rich flavors make it a popular item with visitors to Japan.

Jaga Pokkuru

Jaga Pokkuru

Hokkaido is known as a potato-producing region. This popular snack features potatoes which have been cut to resemble French fries, but the skin is not peeled in order to retain the natural umami flavor. The sticks are lightly salted and have a crispy texture. The snack is named after a dwarf in the folklore of the Ainu, an indigenous people of Japan.

KIT KAT

KIT KAT

These chocolate-covered wafer bars come in many flavors, including original flavors that can only be found in Japan. As a result, they are a popular souvenir choice among visitors to Japan.

ROYCE' Nama Chocolate“Au Lait”

ROYCE' Nama Chocolate“Au Lait”

A generous amount of fresh cream is blended into this chocolate, hence the name nama (literally, “fresh”). It has a delicate texture and gently melts in your mouth. Cherry liquor is used to flavor the chocolate.

In addition to the above, ANA Festa shops carry a wide range of other popular confections and snacks from Kanto.

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