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Enjoyment and Relaxation

Sky Deck

The Sky Deck is a 300-meter-long airplane observation point that extends towards the runway. It is located in the 4th floor, also accesable from Center Pier.
Sky Deck has been praised for being the closest airplane observation point in Japan. The farthest end of the Sky Deck is only 300m from the runway and just 50m from the taxiway that airplanes take when moving to or from the runway, making it possible for visitors to see the airplanes from very close up.

On fair-weather days, the opposing shoreline of Mie prefecture can be seen, as well as ships sailing to and from the Nagoya Port. It is specially beautiful at dusk, when the airplanes take off and land with sunset in Ise Bay behind. It is a sight that can only be seen at Central Japan International Airport.
At night, the aeronautical ground lights studding the runway at night create an air of fantasy. It does not matter the time or situation, you'll certainly enjoy the Sky Deck.

Attention

・Use of the Sky Deck may be restricted due to high winds or bad weather. We ask for your understanding.

Hours of operation
7:00 - 22:30
Location

Sky Town (4F)

Sky Deck

Massage Chairs

Feel free to use the massage chairs that are located in the domestic and international boarding waiting areas. Enjoy a moment to loosen up your tired muscles before boarding!

Price
200 yen/10 min. (tax included)
Location

Departures Lobby (3F)
(international/domestic flight restricted areas)

Massage Chairs

Orale/Tokoname Tourist Information Counter

This is a small off-site ticket counter, here you can purchase Tokoname Boat Race tickets and get informed about touristic sites in Tokoname, the closest city to the airport. The boat ticket sales counter is the first small off-site ticket counter within an airport in Japan that sells boat race betting tickets.

This counter introduces visitors to the places to see in Tokoname, the city of pottery, such as the "Yakimono Sanpo-Michi" (Pottery Walking Road) and "To-no-Mori" (Forest of Ceramics), as well as the "Golden Toilet".

*In Spanish, the word "Orale" means "listen up, [let's go!]" or "Yes! [We're outta here!]", and is often used to call out to each other when doing something fun together.

Hours of operation
7:30 - 21:00
Location

Access Plaza

Related link

Tourist Information (Counter)

Tourist Information (HP)

Orale/Tokoname Tourist Information Counter