Items Which Are Not Permitted to Be Checked In or Carried on Board (International Flights)

This page contains information on the restrictions in place for all routes. There are certain items that cannot be carried on board or checked in for international flights. Please be sure to check which items this applies to before coming to the airport.

Notes
  • If a codeshare flight or flight operated by another airline is included in the itinerary, the baggage rules of the other airline may apply.
  • When traveling on Japanese domestic sectors using a ticket for which the International Conditions of Carriage apply, the baggage rules for international flights will apply.
  • Please be advised that in the event that it is impossible to confirm whether or not an item can be transported by airplane before the departure time, the request for transport may be rejected.
  • Some countries and regions may place restrictions on the carry-on and check-in of items other than those mentioned.

Items Which Are Not Permitted to Be Checked In or Carried on Board

Please note that it is prohibited by law to check in or carry on dangerous goods on board. (Depending on the laws and regulations of the relevant country, violation may be subject to legal penalties or fines.)
Please discard of any dangerous goods you are carrying with you in the box for abandoned property which is placed in front of the security checkpoint.
Explosives (fireworks, firecrackers, unexploded bombs, etc.), flammable substances (including a large quantity of matches, lighter fuel, camping/household stoves, and alcoholic beverages containing more than 70 % alcohol), compressed gases (including gas cartridges for gas cartridge stoves, oxygen canisters for sports, and dust-proof sprays), toxic substances (including insecticides), corrosive substances*, radioactive substances, ferromagnetic substances, oxidizing substances*, harmful or irritating materials, and any other items that may endanger or cause trouble for the aircraft itself and/or the persons and items on board it.

  • Bleach is considered to be either a corrosive or oxidizing substance, and is therefore not permitted to be checked in or carried on board.

Electric stand-on vehicles

Fireworks and Firecrackers

Gas Cartridges for Camping

Bleach

Insecticides and Pesticides

Sport Oxygen Canisters, etc.

Typical Examples of Dangerous Goods

Oil-filled pocket warmers are not permitted to be checked in or carried on board, as they use flammable liquid as fuel which falls under the dangerous goods regulations.

  • Although the inner configuration of an oil-filled pocket warmer is similar to that of an oil lighter with absorbent cotton, carry-on of one lighter per person is specially permitted in the dangerous goods regulations provided that it is a lighter used for smoking.
  • If a pocket warmer has been filled with fuel even once, it is not permitted to be checked in or carried on board.

Gas Cartridges for Camping

Stoves are not permitted to be checked in or carried on board unless it is possible to check that no gas is remaining in the main body of the stove.
Gas canisters and gas cartridges are not permitted to be checked in or carried on board.

Insecticides and Pesticides

Insecticides and pesticides are not permitted to be checked in or carried on board regardless of their amount.

Fireworks and Firecrackers

Fireworks and firecrackers are not permitted to be checked in or carried on board regardless of their amount.

In addition to the above, there are further restricted items. Please confirm the relevant information.

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