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“Tokyo Narita Airport Departure Procedures”

We safely arrived at Narita Airport by taking the Skyliner train from Ueno Station. Just five days ago, we arrived here for our inbound journey, and time has swiftly passed as we return for our departure.

“Narita Airport Terminal 1 Departure Procedures”

This time, we used Terminal 1. Narita Airport is a large airport with Terminals 1 through 3.

During a previous trip to Tokyo with Jeju Air, we used Terminal 3. The appearance of Terminal 3 was relatively simple, but Terminal 1 felt larger in scale and more bustling.

“Tasks to Complete on the Return Flight at Narita Airport”

We had various tasks to complete at Narita Airport, and the sequence of activities proceeded as follows:

  • Check-in at the airline counter.
  • Return the Wi-Fi device (QL LINER, Departure Floor 4F SOUTH WING).
  • Check luggage.
  • Visit Japanese Customs.
  • Proceed through departure inspection.
  • Utilize duty-free shops.
  • Board the plane.

First and foremost, the initial task was to check in at the airline counter. After check-in, we returned the rented Wi-Fi device. The return location was at “South Wing” on the 4th floor at “QL Liner,” conveniently close to the Air Seoul airline check-in counter we had used.

Following that, we went through the process of checking our luggage and departure inspection. If there are duty-free items purchased, it is necessary to stop by customs, but this time, we had nothing to declare. After completing the luggage check, we submitted our passports for inspection during the departure process.

“Duty-Free Shopping”

Upon completing the departure inspection, we entered the duty-free area, where we could shop for duty-free items. The duty-free area in Narita Airport Terminal 1 was even more extensive and featured a variety of stores compared to Terminal 3. Here, at a duty-free shop named “Akihabara,” we used up the remaining yen we had and were ready to board the plane.

“Tokyo Narita Airport Terminal 1”