Sky Town

Sky Town is on the 4th floor of Chubu Centrair International Airport. There are many popular sightseeing spots such as a large Sky Deck, restaurant areas, shopping areas, and a public bath with a view of the airport. Besides, you can take part in exclusive attractions here like "Segway guided tour" and "Airstrip backstage tour." So this spot is worth visiting not only for passengers but also for people who don't have any travel plans.

Address
1-1 Centrair, Tokoname-shi, Aichi
Contact No.
+81-569-38-1195
Access
Get off Central Japan International Airport station on Meitetsu Line
Official Website
http://www.centrair.jp/map/4f.html
Time Required
90 min to 2.5 hrs

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:Traveler`s Soliloquy

Sky Deck

Sky Deck is in the middle of the domestic flight area and the international flight area. A 300 m long observation deck lies on airstrips. This spot is very popular for a close view of takeoff and landing. It is also open at night and you can enjoy sunsets and special night scenes from the airport. There are also illuminations limited to the winter season.

Fu No Yu : The first public bath in Japanese airports

One of the reasons why Chubu Centrair International Airport became famous is Fu No Yu, the first public bath in a Japanese airport. You can get a view of airstrips from the bathtub through glass-walled baths. It is a special bathing time with a view of the planes. The bath is equipped with jacuzzis and saunas to refresh yourself after your journey.

Chochin Yokocho

Chochin Yokocho in this airport is a restaurant area lined with Japanese restaurants, ramen shops, and cafes. We recommend a popular item called Akamoku Kishimen (a Nagoya specialty) in a Japanese-style cafe, Wa no Ma. Its kishimen noodles with akamoku (seaweed good for health and beauty) and light soup are a great match.

Source:食べログ

Renga-dori

Renga-dori is on the same floor as Chochin Yokocho and has a European streetscape lined with a variety of stores and apparel shops. Soramise sells stylish handkerchiefs and purses where you can find typical Japanese goods suitable for souvenirs.

Source:Twitter

Segway experience

In the Segway guided tour, you can visit inside the airport on a Segway. After a short lecture, you can choose from several courses like Sky Deck or within the airport. It's refreshing to ride a Segway against the wind. You can apply on the day if there's availability.

Airstrip backstage tour

You can take a bus tour on airstrips where usually no visitors are allowed. There's a drop-off point to get a close look at airplanes, just 40 m away! We bet you'll be excited with the huge body and engine sound of airplanes. This tour is held irregularly on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays.

Sky Town

Sky Town is on the 4th floor of Chubu Centrair International Airport. There are many popular sightseeing spots such as a large Sky Deck, restaurant areas, shopping areas, and a public bath with a view of the airport. Besides, you can take part in exclusive attractions here like "Segway guided tour" and "Airstrip backstage tour." So this spot is worth visiting not only for passengers but also for people who don't have any travel plans.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:Traveler`s Soliloquy

Sky Deck

Sky Deck is in the middle of the domestic flight area and the international flight area. A 300 m long observation deck lies on airstrips. This spot is very popular for a close view of takeoff and landing. It is also open at night and you can enjoy sunsets and special night scenes from the airport. There are also illuminations limited to the winter season.

Fu No Yu : The first public bath in Japanese airports

One of the reasons why Chubu Centrair International Airport became famous is Fu No Yu, the first public bath in a Japanese airport. You can get a view of airstrips from the bathtub through glass-walled baths. It is a special bathing time with a view of the planes. The bath is equipped with jacuzzis and saunas to refresh yourself after your journey.

Chochin Yokocho

Chochin Yokocho in this airport is a restaurant area lined with Japanese restaurants, ramen shops, and cafes. We recommend a popular item called Akamoku Kishimen (a Nagoya specialty) in a Japanese-style cafe, Wa no Ma. Its kishimen noodles with akamoku (seaweed good for health and beauty) and light soup are a great match.

Source:食べログ

Renga-dori

Renga-dori is on the same floor as Chochin Yokocho and has a European streetscape lined with a variety of stores and apparel shops. Soramise sells stylish handkerchiefs and purses where you can find typical Japanese goods suitable for souvenirs.

Source:Twitter

Segway experience

In the Segway guided tour, you can visit inside the airport on a Segway. After a short lecture, you can choose from several courses like Sky Deck or within the airport. It's refreshing to ride a Segway against the wind. You can apply on the day if there's availability.

Airstrip backstage tour

You can take a bus tour on airstrips where usually no visitors are allowed. There's a drop-off point to get a close look at airplanes, just 40 m away! We bet you'll be excited with the huge body and engine sound of airplanes. This tour is held irregularly on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays.