To complement my photo essay from Tokyo Haneda Airport, I’ve compiled photos from my recent trip through Tokyo Narita. While Terminal 1 was not nearly as deserted as I found Haneda Airport last November, I am still amazed at this point in the pandemic that so many concessions, particularly the high-end fashion stores, remain closed. Of course that should not come as a huge surprise when Japan remains closed to all but essential travel.
Tokyo Narita Airport Photo Essay
As always when I travel though Japan, I am amazed at the cleanliness and the order. No blaring music. No blaring passengers. Mini luggage carts make it easy to tote around your hand baggage and well-marked signage ensures you never get lost. Every window is washed and every lightbulb is working. It’s just beautiful…there’s no other way to describe it.
While we are well past the darkest days of the pandemic, this moment in time captures how Japan remains far from returning to any sort of pre-COVID-19 norm.
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