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Sustainable Pizza Stand Offering Plant-Based Delights and Authentic Neapolitan Pizzas

On May 21, 2024, Japan Airport Building Co., Ltd. and Tokyo International Air Terminal Corporation proudly announced the grand opening of CHAYA VEGAN FRIENDLY TOKYO.

Located in the post-departure area of the third floor at Haneda Airport’s Terminal 3, within the TOKYO SKY KITCHEN, this sustainable pizza stand offers an array of vegan pizzas and authentic Neapolitan pizzas.

“The VEGAN” 2,860 yen (tax in)

A Commitment to Sustainability and Health

CHAYA VEGAN FRIENDLY TOKYO is dedicated to prioritizing the earth’s future, environmental sustainability, and the health of its customers. The menu is crafted with plant-based ingredients, ensuring a delicious and eco-friendly dining experience.

The highlight of their menu, “The VEGAN,” priced at 2,860 yen (including tax), features a vibrant assortment of eight vegetables and uses plant-based ingredients for both the pizza dough and cheese.

Diverse Menu Options

In addition to the signature vegan pizza, the stand offers a variety of authentic Neapolitan pizzas, including classics like Margherita and Diavolo. Patrons can also enjoy popular side dishes such as nuggets and French fries, catering to a wide range of tastes and preferences.

Experience Japanese Vegan Cuisine

CHAYA VEGAN FRIENDLY TOKYO aims to introduce the deliciousness of Japanese vegan food to travelers from around the world, providing a delightful dining experience before departure.

About CHAYA VEGAN FRIENDLY TOKYO

Name: CHAYA VEGAN FRIENDLY TOKYO
Location: Third Floor, Post-Departure Area, Terminal 3, TOKYO SKY KITCHEN
Opening Hours: 8:00 to 22:00
Please note that operating hours are subject to change.
Accessible to passengers departing from Terminal 3 after completing departure procedures.

Visit CHAYA VEGAN FRIENDLY TOKYO at Haneda Airport to savor delicious vegan pizzas and more, making your travel experience both enjoyable and sustainable.

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