Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station (羽田空港国内線ターミナル駅, Haneda-kūkō Kokunaisen Tāminaru eki?) is a train station in Ōta, Tokyo, Japan, operated by Keikyu. The station is located beneath the Shuto Expressway Wangan Line and Route 357. The West Exit leads to Terminal 1 of Tokyo International Airport, and the East Exit leads to Terminal 2.
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