That cheap plane that leaves Japan at 4am looks so tempting, but how is it possible? Well, not only is it possible, those off-peak flights offer a unique experience of spending the night in a Japanese airport...
So what impresses me is the attention to detail the Japanese apply to their public conveniences, little things like baby keepers, ostomate cubicles, and emergency buttons that actually summon someone!
Japan is one of those countries that travel writers dream about. Each little town, village and city seems completely unique and different from the last. With each new area we explore, a whole new realm of stories, legends and fables are waiting to be revealed. It may be something of a cliché, but Japan truly is one of the few places on Earth were no two towns are ever the same.
You might not know it but New Chitose Airport is Japan’s third busiest airport after Narita and Hanada. Also, the Chitose Tokyo leg is one of the busiest routes in the world with about 9 million people a year using it. If you happen to have to change planes here or if you have some time to kill before your flight, there is actually quite a lot to do. I hope to show you a few of them.
Chofu Airport (調布飛行場, Chōfu Hikōjō) is an minor airport located inside Tokyo Metropolitan Area at northwest of Chōfu. Just a bit positioned at west from Tokyo centre, its 800 square meters of asphalt surface are surrounded by 5 beautiful travellers spots: Musashino Park, Nogawa Park, Mitaka area, Osawa ground and Tokyo Stadium (best known as Ajinomoto stadium).
Tiffany & Co., the store at Narita International Airport, which opened in 2007 on the 3rd floor of the Terminal 2 building, reopened following a refurbishment with the latest store design.