Items that are voluntarily abandoned by customers at the security inspection site cannot be returned to customers as they are disposed of daily. Thank you for your understanding. If you have time, you can put them in your checked baggage after consulting with the staff of the airline you are using.
In the case of sensitive film, manual inspections are available in-lieu of X-ray inspection. Please show the person in charge separately from your baggage.
When put in checked baggage, there is a high chance the film will be exposed when inspected by high-performance inspection devices. Therefore, please carry film in your carry-on baggage.
[Domestic] There are no restrictions on bringing milk and food for infants or special dietary food onboard.
[International flights] Milk and food for infants can be brought onboard but only in the amount required for the flight for infants. Keep it separate from your baggage and please report to inspectors for a smooth inspection.
Regarding restricted diets, if it is not in liquid form, it can be brought onboard without needing to report it to inspectors. If it is in liquid form, please show it to the inspector separately from your baggage, you can carry in as much as you need on the aircraft.
Please report that you require insulin and self-use injection needles, to the inspector during your security check at the security check station. If you have a medical certificate or prescription, please present it to the inspector in order to pass through the safety check smoothly. If you do not have these documents, please advise the inspector.
On international flights, restrictions on the transfer of liquid substances have been introduced. However, medicines such as insulin are treated as exceptions, and they can be brought onto the aircraft even if they are not put in plastic bags. However, you are only permited to bring onboard the amount required for the duration of your flight, please put any extra in your checked baggage.
Medicine such as cylinders for asthma are treated as pharmaceuticals, they can be carried onboard in required amounts. Please put the remaining amount in your checked baggage. If you have a medical certificate or prescription, please present it to the inspector in order to pass through the safety inspection smoothly. If you do not have these documents, please advise the inspector.
For further details, please checkfor examples of what can be brought onboard.