Elevators, Moving Walkways, Ramps, and Braille Blocks


Wheelchair access is available in all elevators. In addition to wheelchair use, we have added measures for the visually and hearing impaired.
The elevators are larger, with expanded doors, and the structure of the elevator is visible from the outside, and the elevator carriage can be passed through without needing to rotate your wheelchair. Braille blocks are installed in front of the button on the elevator, and the buttons are written in braille.
The elevator is equipped with voice guidance, and in case of emergency, the necessary information will be displayed on the floor display.

Moving Walkway

On moving walkways, we have created as level a surface as possible, and provide voice guidance for getting on and off the walkway. We provide voice guidance to help you prepare, shortly before stepping off the walkway. In addition, the movement direction (No Entry) indicator, is installed with LEDs that can be seen clearly from an angle to make sure there are no mistakes.


Areas with different heights are connected by ramps, and the inside of the building has no stairs. For example, Access Plaza, which integrates transportation facilities, is located at an intermediate height between the Departures floor (3rd floor) and the Arrivals floor (2nd floor) of Terminal 1 and is connected by a ramp to eliminate stairs.

Braille Blocks

Braille blocks connect each means of transportation with the nearest information center. Braille blocks, which indicate points of attention and special locations, are placed next to elevator call buttons, toilet tactile information maps, urinals with handrails and places where there are height differences such as stairs.