Tokyo, In its ongoing objective of becoming a customers’ preferred airport, Narita Airport has been creating an environment and improving services for increasing numbers of Muslim visitors by providing even better devotion facilities and offering halal food in our rental waiting rooms. NAA, Narita Airport’s owner and operator, is now pleased to announce a set of new improvements as set out below.
1. Opening of Certified Halal Restaurants
In conjunction with the revamping of the existing restaurants in Terminals 1 and 2, the new facilities will feature Narita Airport’s first halal-certified restaurants with food prepared in the first dedicated halal kitchens. Alcoholic beverages served in the restaurants will be stored separate to the kitchens, and otherwise all menu items prepared in the special kitchens will be halal.
(1) Halal restaurants:
① Kineya Mugimaru, 5th floor, Central Bldg., Terminal 1
(Restaurant style changed from waiter service to self-service.)
② TENTEI, 4th floor, Main Bldg., Terminal 2
(2) Opening day: 26 June 2014 (Thu)
(3) Certifying Organization:
Halal certification to be obtained from Malaysia Halal
Consultation & Training (MHCT) Agency
(4) Operator: GOURMET KINEYA CO., LTD
2. Improved Devotion Facilities
Following the landside devotion facilities completed in February this year, similar facilities will also open on the airside after the passport control. These facilities will be available to passengers who have completed departure formalities as well as to transit passengers.
(1) Opening day: 1 July 2014 (Tue)
(2) New locations:
①Inside Bus Gate 28 (16m², with ablution area), 2nd floor, Central Bldg., Terminal 1
②Inside Bus Gate 70 (approx.19m², no ablution area(*)), 1st floor, Main Bldg.,
(*) The new location in Terminal 2 will be a temporary facility to be expanded when the connecting corridor to be constructed in the same building is complete
Originally published on www.jnto.go.jp