Baggage Deserving Special Attention
The air transport of items which have a possibility of exploding, are easily burnable, cause injury to people, or may cause harm to other things is prohibited by law, and such items cannot be checked or carried aboard. Items like blades, which can be used as a weapon are not allowed in the cabin. Please note that violation may result in a fine of up to JPY 500,000. Check the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism's website(Only available in Japanese) for details.
Items Not Allowed Aboard as Carry-on or Checked Baggage
The following items are not allowed within the cabin as carry-on or checked baggage by law.
- Balloons inflated with helium gas
- Heatable boxed meals (with self heating packs)
- Easily combustible or flammable objects (lighter gas oil and camping stoves)
- Corrosive agents
- Items with a risk of endangering the aircraft, its passengers or cargo
- One small, portable lighter for smoking, or box of safety matches (small-sized) per person can be brought aboard on one's person (be careful not to leave it on the airplane).
- Lighters with fuel tanks, cigar lighters, torch lighters (turbo lighters, jet lighters, blue flame lighters, etc.) cannot be brought aboard or checked.
- "Torch lighters" refers to lighters similar to cigar lighters, which emit a blue flame or a powerful flame.
|Type||Quantity||For Stowage||For Carry-on|
|Disposable gas lighters||Already used||1||×||○|
|Not yet used|
|Not yet used||No restrictions||○|
Lighters with fuel tanks
|Not yet used|
- Here, "carry-on" refers to carrying the item aboard on one's person rather than inside of a bag, etc.
Items Which Cannot Be Carried On (Restricted Within the Cabin)
The following items are not allowed within the cabin. Please check them.
- Items which can be used as a weapon for hijacking or terrorist activities (blades like knives or scissors).
- Items with pointed tips
- Bats, etc.
- Golf clubs, etc.
- Items which can be mistaken by other passengers and cause fear such as toy guns and handcuffs
- Learn more about dangerous items (Only available in Japanese).
- For more information on examples of items restricted within the cabin and dangerous items prohibited when boarding, check the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism's website (Only available in Japanese), as well as Japanese Government Internet TV's "Before starting your travel! On Board Items not allowed" (Only available in Japanese).
- Learn more about spray cans (Only available in Japanese).
If while in the airport you are carrying an item or items which cannot be brought aboard or checked as stated above, please throw it/them away in the disposal box. In addition, if you are carrying an item or items prohibited from being brought aboard, place it in the baggage you plan to check, and check it at the counter, or throw it away in the disposal box located in the security inspection area.