Japan has several airports, ranging from small regional airports to larger international hubs.
On this website you can find all smoking areas in airports, including designated smoking areas and available facilities. We understand the frustration of going through security only to find that there are no smoking areas anywhere and in some cases e-cigarettes may not be allowed.
This service is for all smokers who want to enjoy a cigarette before or after long flights.
Airports in Japan
- TOKYO – NARITA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (NRT)
- TOKYO – HANEDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (HND)
- OSAKA – KANSAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (KIX)
- FUKUOKA AIRPORT (FUK)
- TOKONAME – CHUBU CENTRAIR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (NGO)
- NEW CHITOSE AIRPORT (CTS)
- NAHA AIRPORT (OKA)
- YAMAGUCHI UBE AIRPORT (UBJ)
- KAGOSHIMA AIRPORT (KOJ)
- OSAKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (ITM)
- SENDAI AIRPORT (SDJ)
- OKAYAMA AIRPORT (OKJ)
- KANAZAWA – KOMATSU AIRPORT (KMQ)
- HIROSHIMA AIRPORT (HIJ)
- NAGASAKI AIRPORT (NGS)
- NIIGATA AIRPORT (KIJ)
- MATSUYAMA AIRPORT (MYJ)
- MIYAKO AIRPORT (MMY)
- TAKAMATSU AIRPORT (TAK)
- HAKODATE AIRPORT (HKD)
- HOKKAIDO – ASAHIKAWA AIRPORT (AKJ)
- MIYAZAKI AIRPORT (KMI)
- OITA AIRPORT (OIT)
- KUMAMOTO AIRPORT (KMJ)
- KOBE AIRPORT (UKB)
Japan Smoking Law
Japan has smoking regulations in place to address public health concerns related to tobacco use. However, please note that smoking laws and regulations can change over time, so it’s advisable to refer to the most recent legislation or consult local authorities for the most up-to-date information on Japan’s smoking laws.
In Japan, smoking regulations vary depending on the location and establishment. While there are restrictions on smoking in certain public places, including government buildings, healthcare facilities, and educational institutions, the regulations are generally less stringent compared to some other countries.
Many restaurants and bars in Japan have designated smoking areas, while others may allow smoking throughout the establishment. However, there has been a growing trend towards creating smoke-free environments, and some establishments have voluntarily implemented smoking restrictions or adopted smoke-free policies.
The sale of tobacco products to minors under the age of 20 is prohibited in Japan. Additionally, the country has implemented regulations on tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship.
Efforts to raise public awareness about the health risks associated with smoking have been undertaken in Japan, including health campaigns and warnings on cigarette packages. The country has implemented graphic pictorial health warnings on tobacco product packaging.
Enforcement of smoking laws can vary, and compliance may depend on the establishment and local authorities. It’s worth noting that some local municipalities in Japan have implemented stricter smoking regulations and designated more smoke-free areas.
For the most accurate and up-to-date information on Japan’s smoking laws, it’s recommended to consult the latest legislation or reach out to local authorities or health organizations.
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