Regarding "Liquid Items" purchased at consumption tax-exempt stores outside the airport and "Record of Purchase of Consumption Tax-Exempt for Export."
Please present the "Record of Purchase of Consumption Tax-Exempt for Export" form to the Customs officer at the Customs booth after the security check, and declare that you have checked the items with your check-in baggage.
With the revision of the tax exemption system for sales of goods to foreign travelers, from 1 October 2014, exemptions have been expanded to include food items, beverages, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and other consumable products.
All liquids stored in containers with a capacity exceeding 100 ml(g) are prohibited from being brought onto the aircraft, however, liquids purchased at duty free and other shops after departure procedures, including screening, have been completed can be brought on board the aircraft.
Liquid Items exceeding 100 ml(g) purchased at consumption tax-exempt stores outside the airport are also prohibited from being brought onto the aircraft and cannot pass through the security check.
Please check them in at the check-in counter.