Haneda Airport, formally known as Tokyo International Airport, is located less than 30 minutes south of central Tokyo, considerably closer to the city center than Narita Airport, Tokyo’s other airport.
Today, Haneda has three terminal buildings. Terminal 3 handles most of the airport’s international flights and offers a pleasant range of dining, shopping and entertainment options. Domestic flights use the airport’s two other terminals: terminal 1, which is mainly used by JAL, and terminal 2, which is mainly used by ANA and also handles some international ANA flights.
Sharing some pictures of T3 media in the arrival area on the way to immigration.（October）
As soon as you get off the plane and walk out, a big vertical banner on the ceiling will be the first media you’ll see.
Next is digital screen network along the very long walkway.
On the left side of the wall, static media will be catching your eyes as you walk down.
T3 holds international flights so you can see many international clients such as Jinro, Korean alcohol.
ICBE; Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
You can also find Japanese client such as ABeam Consulting
Two famous watch brands were advertising here at the same time; Audemars Piguet and G-SHOCK
There’s also wider version, which is HUGE.
All of these media are 100% exposure to arrival passengers as it’s installed in the must-pass-by route so do not hesitate to reach out to us if you are looking for a fine airport media in Japan!