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Located on the Fifth Floor of Haneda Airport‘s International Terminal, Haneda’s Observation Deck allows visitors to watch airplanes in a safe, outdoor environment.

Haneda's observation deck

Observation deck (Copyright 2017 Wilbur Su, all rights reserved)

 

From the Observation Deck, you can see Tokyo Skytree in the distance. This is the tallest structure in Tokyo.

Tokyo Skytree from Haneda's observation deck

Tokyo Skytree (Copyright 2017 Wilbur Su, all rights reserved)

 

However, most visitors come here to watch airplanes.

Visitors watch airplanes from Haneda's observation deck

Watching airplanes (Copyright 2017 Wilbur Su, all rights reserved)

 

You can watch them takeoff.

An ANA airplane takes off from Haneda's observation deck

Taking off (Copyright 2017 Wilbur Su, all rights reserved)

 

Or land.

A British Airways airplane lands at Haneda International Airport

Landing (Copyright 2017 Wilbur Su, all rights reserved)

 

Taxi.

A China Airlines airplane taxis at Haneda International Airport

Taxiing (Copyright 2017 Wilbur Su, all rights reserved)

 

Or parked.

Airplanes from Haneda's observation deck

Airplanes (Copyright 2017 Wilbur Su, all rights reserved)

 

There is no admission to the Observation Deck. However, you need to clear passport control and enter Japan to come here.

 

 

Copyright 2017 Wilbur Su, manymilesmanyplaces.com, all rights reserved.

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