Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, all regular services and hours may be subject to change. Thus, if the idea is to spend the night in the public area, consider a plan B in case the stay inside the airport is only allowed for those who are close to boarding.
Spending the night at the airport
Haneda airport is a safe place with modern facilities. Terminals 1 and 2 close at night, but Terminal 3 opens 24 hours a day. The security staff could ask you for proof of onward flight, so have your ticket ready.
Where to rest: The enclosure is a comfortable place to spend the night, with many benches with no armrests and carpeted areas, especially on the third floor of Terminal 3 and above the check-in level. If you have a bigger budget, there are numerous VIP lounges with more amenities, some of them open during the night. In addition, there are hotels inside terminals 1 and 2 and next to Terminal 3.
Baggage: Lockers and luggage storage offices in the three terminals.
Eating and drinking: The only options open throughout the night are found in Terminal 3.
Restrooms: On the second floor of Terminal 3, you can rent a shower cabin with different services and toiletries.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: Currency exchange bureaus, convenience stores, baby changing facilities, children's play areas.
On the first floor of Terminal 1 is located the capsule hotel First Cabin Haneda, while the Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu is connected to the second floor of Terminal 2. The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda, on the other hand, is linked to the third floor of Terminal 3. On the second floor of terminals 2 and 3 there are counters to make reservations in some alternatives outside the enclosure, such as:
Keikyu Ex Inn Haneda Innovation City (1.7 km/1.1 miles)
Ikidane Cozy Hotel Haneda Airport (2.1 km/1.3 miles)
Hotel MyStays Haneda (2.1 km/1.3 miles)
Theatel Handea II (2.1 km/1.3 miles)
Hotel JAL City Haneda Tokyo (2.2 km/1.4 miles)