Your Own Style of Hands-Free Travel

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Tips from travel experts!

Who doesn’t want to maximise time on their holiday? Start off your holiday right by first dropping off your bags at GPA at Narita Airport. You’ll be saving time from the get go without having to carry your luggage around.

Travelling by train is the easiest way to get to places in Japan, however it can be a tough task hopping on and off trains with luggage. It can also be difficult to find somewhere to store your luggage, or when you find a coin locker or a place, you are limited by time.

With the service available at GPA, there’s no need to worry about any of it! You can just drop off, pick a place to go and start your journey.
A very handy service for travellers with children, with massive equipment and solo travellers.

How to use Narita Airport’s delivery service

We are here to help you have the most pleasant trip! Once you arrive in Japan, why not just send your larger bags to your accommodation straight from Narita Airport? 

That will take away the need to drop off your luggage at your accommodation and you can start exploring Japan straight away! 

You can select anywhere in Japan to send your luggage; that includes hotels, guest houses or even your friend’s house. 

From day one you can go anywhere you’re inspired to visit – restaurants, museums, temples, hot springs… Hands-free travel will ensure a freer holiday! 

Steps to organising your delivery from Narita Airport

We are here to help you have the most pleasant trip! Once you arrive in Japan, why not just send your larger bags to your accommodation straight from Narita Airport? 

That will take away the need to drop off your luggage at your accommodation and you can start exploring Japan straight away! 

You can select anywhere in Japan to send your luggage; that includes hotels, guest houses or even your friend’s house. 

From day one you can go anywhere you’re inspired to visit – restaurants, museums, temples, hot springs… Hands-free travel will ensure a freer holiday! 

Step1
Firstly head to the luggage counter. This is located in the arrival lobby.
Keep an eye out for a logo of black cat. You don’t have to book ahead, but if you do, head to this link →

Step2
Tell the staff where you’d like your luggage to be delivered to (e.g. accommodation etc). Our friendly staff can help you with the process. Be sure to double check the distance and time of delivery with them.
Credit card payments are accepted so no need to worry about exchanging cash!

Step3
Give your luggage to the staff and take your receipt. Please hold on to the receipt until you receive your luggage.

Ok! Now get exploring hands-free!

Helpful tidbit from a travel expert!
Prepare a smaller bag packed inside your larger suitcase so you can just take it out and go!

Send your large ski and snowboarding equipment to the resort straight from the airport! 

We will take care of your important gear and delivery it safely to the ski resort. 

That means you don’t have to worry about lugging your equipment and start enjoying your time in Japan straight away. Transport on the train becomes way easier. There are so many places to see in Japan. 

A true traveller will not only enjoy the snow but would explore Japan beyond the snow! Why not take a detour on your way to the resort? Utilise the time you have until the equipment is delivered. Perhaps a night in Tokyo? You can arrange your travel plans more freely this way. 

Want to arrange for your equipment to be sent back to Narita Airport?

Of course! We will help you arrange so your luggage is received safely at Narita.

We’ll be waiting for you at our counter in the arrival lobby.

Further Information

Booking before you arrive in Japan

REGION INFORMATION

Chiba

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Located to the east of Tokyo, Chiba is a busy, metropolitan area that sees many Japanese and overseas visitors. The inflow of visitors mainly come for one of two reasons; to fly out from Narita International Airport or to visit Tokyo Disney Land.

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