WiFiBOX is an self Wi-Fi rental service that you can apply for and receive on the spot. It takes only about 5 minutes from application to pick up. This service is convenient for those who have a sudden overseas trip, have not yet applied for Wi-Fi at Narita Airport, or want to apply while traveling to Narita Airport. For international and domestic trips departing from Narita Airport, for returning home, for business and for events.
The WiFiBOX can also be used as a mobile battery, so you don't have to worry about the unexpected situation when the battery runs out.
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||Narita: Departure Lobby 1 (4F) Mobile Center South Departure Satellite||7:00-21:00||WiFiBOX MAP|
||Narita: Arrival Lobby 1 (1F) Telecom Square Counter||7:00-21:00||WiFiBOX MAP|
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||Narita: Departure Lobby 2(3F) Telecom Square Counter||7:00-21:00||WiFiBOX MAP|
||Narita: Arrival Lobby 2 (1F) Telecom Square Counter||7:00-21:00||WiFiBOX MAP|
Internet communication and QR reading functions are required for reservation and pick-up, so you will need your own smartphone's communication and camera functions. If you do not have a communication environment, please use free Wi-Fi provided by municipalities, airports, train stations, coffee shops, etc.
When using Narita International Airport, you may encounter various encounters if you take the time to stroll around the airport. If you rent Wi-Fi early, go out to explore the airport.
Narita Airport Terminal 1 is the closest station to Narita Airport Station. The terminal is located from the first basement floor to the fifth floor, with the third floor serving as a duty-free and shopping area. The "narita nakamise" shopping area, based on the concept of harmony, consists of a variety of specialty stores, including fashion, sundries, cosmetics, food, bookstores, and travel goods. World-famous boutiques such as Tiffany, Hermes, and Cartier are also located in this area. For dining, the 4th and 5th floors are gourmet spots with a variety of restaurants, cafes, and sweet stores. These restaurants are very popular for enjoying a meal while watching the aircraft.
Narita Airport Terminal 2 is the closest station to Airport Terminal 2 Station, and the duty-free shopping area on the third floor is called "Narita Fifth Avenue," reminiscent of New York's Fifth Avenue. This brand mall offers brand-name boutiques, duty-free stores, and relaxation facilities, as well as Asian-style restaurants, so you can enjoy shopping and dining at the same time. Subculture lovers should not miss Fa-So-La TAX FREE AKIHABARA. The Airport Mall on the 4th floor is a gourmet area with a wide variety of Japanese, Western, Chinese, and fast food restaurants. This area also has many Japanese-style souvenir stores, offering a wide variety of sundries and other items that both foreign and Japanese people will want.