March 1, 2015

Review: Japan Airlines First Class Lounge, Terminal 2 Satellite Bldg, Tokyo Narita (NRT)

Exploring Borneo Flying First Class on Japan Airlines and Qantas

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Location: Level 3 Satellite Building
Access: First class passengers flying on any One World carrier; Emerald members
Opening hours: Daily from 7:30 to 12:30pm

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita entrance

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita reception

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita seating

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita seating

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita seating with great view of the tarmac

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita seating

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita personal massage chair

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita dining room

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita dining room

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita dining room

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita dining room

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita drinks and snacks selection

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita champagne, Laurent Perrier

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita offering complimentary massage

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita individual lockers

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita gentlemen's toilet

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge Satellite Building Tokyo Narita, great view of the tarmac

CONCLUSION

This first class lounge located at the satellite building is much smaller than the one in the main terminal. I was actually supposed to use this lounge since the gate for my flight to Jakarta departs from the satellite terminal. I would say that the facilities/services offered here were the same. They have a very nice private dining room, the choices not as extensive as the one in the main terminal though. They also offer complimentary massage and they have individual lockers (where I left my luggage so I could take fotos of the Qantas Lounge freely). I guess the only thing I didn't see was the complimentary shoe shine which I availed in the main terminal. The Sushi Bar and Sake Bar are perhaps exclusive to the main terminal so if you love sushi and sake, I suggest visiting the JAL First Class Lounge there first before coming here. As always, the staff were friendly and always ready to be of assistance. Overall, a very nice lounge worth visiting before your flight.