Carrying liquids on board aircraft

Regulations Restricting Liquids (International Flights)

Carrying any type of liquid exceeding 100 ml (grams) on an international flight is prohibited.
Note that gels and sprays, etc. are also included in these restrictions.

Pic liquid capacity of no more than 1 liter

Restricted liquids will be confiscated and disposed of at security screening checkpoints.
These liquids should be packed in your check-in luggage. Liquids may be taken on board if prepared in the following way.

Liquids in a 100 ml (gram) containers must be placed in a transparent, resealable plastic pouch with a capacity of no more than 1 liter.

* Only one resealable pouch per person is permitted.
As a general guide, plastic pouches should be no larger than 20 x 20 centimeters.
Passengers must provide these plastic pouches themselves.

Shops that Sell Plastic Pouches

Liquid products purchased at our duty-free shops are not subject to these restrictions and may be taken on board.
Passengers with connections can now purchase liquid items in excess of 100 ml as long as they are sealed in STEBs.
However, there are some nations that do not use STEBs and liquids may be confiscated at transit security in those nations even if the liquids are sealed in STEBs.
For more information please check the Narita International Airport Corporation website.

* Please contact your airline for more information on checking in your luggage.
* We will not accept responsibility for any problems that arise in respect to this point. Please check with your travel destination.

List of Liquids Subject To Restrictions

Individual containers must not exceed 100 ml and must be placed inside a transparent, resealable plastic pouch no larger than 1 liter in capacity.

Items That are Subject to Restrictions But are Treated as Exceptions

Pharmaceuticals are not restricted to 100 ml in volume or need to be place in a plastic pouch under 1 liter in capacity but must be declared to security officers.