Kansai Airport Station is the train station at Kansai International Airport. Trains departing from Kansai Airport Station go to Osaka and Kyoto.
Kansai Airport is officially known as Kansai International Airport (IATA: KIX, ICAO: RJBB), but often incorrectly referred to as Osaka International Airport, which is also incorrectly referred to as Itami Airport. Kansai Airport is the main international airport of Japan’s Kansai region, including the cities of Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe.
The Kansai Airport has a single terminal, which is one of the longest building in the world at 1.7 kilometers from end to end. Kansai Airport is built on an artificial island in Osaka Bay.
Kansai Airport Arrivals
International arrivals are on the 2nd floor, where quarantine services are located. You then go down to the 1st floor for the customs inspections and arrivals lobby.
Foreign Exchange – the best option for obtaining Japanese Yen seems to be withdrawing funds from your bank account via an ATM. Ensure your account and card has the international transaction facility enabled. Note: very few ATMs in Japan accept foreign cards, but the Citibank and Japan Post do.
Citibank ATM – 1st Floor North (often has queues).