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Where to find the Narita Airport eki stamp

Eki stamps (“station stamps”) are (free!) rubber stamps used as a kind of tourist souvenir around Japan. You can get them at train stations, subway stations, most tourist spots, museums, and more! Finding and collecting eki stamps is one of my favorite things to do in Japan, and I encourage everyone to get some for their own collection.

Narita International Airport eki stamp location

Narita International Airport has an eki stamp available at the Narita Airport Tourism Information center.

Here’s what it looks like:

The Narita Airport Tourism Information Center is located in Terminal 1, BEFORE security, on the first floor. When you get out of baggage claim, turn to the right towards the Central building and the desk will be across from some SIM card kiosks.

The staff keep the stamp behind the counter, so just ask for it from one of the clerks and they’ll provide it for your use.

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Anastasia is a former librarian turned digital nomad. She's been traveling the world full time for two years and has visited 18 countries so far! Just Gone Wandering is a travel resource for solo female travelers on a backpacker's budget-- or slightly more-- and highlights amazing places to visit as well as providing tips and tricks for traveling smart and frugal.

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