Anime-themed Experiential Entertainment Facility ” NARITA ANIME DECK ” Opens!

Anime-themed Experiential Entertainment Facility ” NARITA ANIME DECK ” Opens!

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On November 28, 2019, “NARITA ANIME DECK” an experiential entertainment facility featuring anime, food, and drink, opened on the 2nd floor of the main building of Narita International Airport 2nd Passenger Terminal.

“Narita Anime Deck” has 3 stores, “goods shop” “eat-in restaurant” and “Entertainment Cafe” in a space of 760 square meters.
At the goods shop, in addition to goods of popular anime and games, there is also an amusement corner where you can enjoy special exhibitions and crane games. They also release original anime products that can only be purchased here.


The eat-in restaurant is a food court inspired by “Japanese festival”. It is an extraordinary space surrounded by lanterns, Japanese Noren and a bright red torii gate. You can enjoy delicious seasonal delicacies.
Collaboration menus such as Evangelion ‘A.T. Field Omu Soba Bento’ and Ultraman Taiga Hamburger Bento will be sold for a limited time.


The “Entertainment Cafe” is a cafe that not only collaborates with popular anime, but also has event elements such as staff in maid uniforms and stage shows by voice actors.
The collaboration menu with “Love Live! Sunshine!!” will start from the opening day. Be sure to enjoy a relaxing time in the world of anime.

At Narita Airport, voted as the “No. 0 spot” of the “88 Anime Holy Places in Japan” by Animate Tourism Church based on the voices of anime fans all over the world will introduce travel information from Narita Airport to the sacred places of anime all over Japan.

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