JAL First and Business Class Lounges at NRT
I had about a six hour layover in NRT so I decided to check out all the JAL lounges at NRT. This post concludes my week trip in Asia for Hong Kong Marathon. Here are pictures and some comments about all the First/Business JAL lounges at NRT.
- Planning a Singapore/Malaysia/Hong Kong Mileage Run Marathon
- National Museum of Singapore and Art Museum
- Night Safari at the Singapore Zoo
- Bicycle Tour of Sentosa Island and Adventure Cove Waterpark
- Chinatown Complex Hawker Stands
- Marina Bay Sands and the Observation Deck
- Where to Stay
- Jetstar SIN-KUL and 10kg carry-on policy
- Cathay Pacific Lounge at SIN with Priority Pass
- Rainforest Lounge with Priority Pass at SIN
- British Airways Lounge at SIN
- Qantas Lounge at SIN
Kuala Lumpur 2014:
- Plaza Premium Lounge at KUL with Priority Pass
- Sheraton Imperal KL Deluxe Suite Review
- Petronas Towers
- Jalor Alor Hawker/Street Food
- Batu Caves and Dark Caves Tour
- Le Meridien KL Review
- KL Tower
- MH Business and First Class Lounge at KUL
- Cathay Pacific Lounge at KUL
- MH KUL-HKG A380 Review
Hong Kong 2014:
- Food Highlights
- Hong Kong Marathon 2014: Expo and Race Day
- Cathay Pacific The Wing First and Business Lounge
- Cathay Pacific HKG-SIN 777-200 Business Class
As I am a OneWorld Emerald Member, I have access to the First and Business Class lounges. Here are the pictures from the three lounges JAL has at NRT.
The first lounge is in the satellite building. Here is a youtube video walkthrough of this lounge: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=21eb3wN1LOs
You can sign up here for a quick 15 minute free massage, which was really nice.
Sakura Business Class Lounge in the satellite building. I believe there is an elevator to the right of the staircase.
The food selection was about the same but just a bit more crowded. I spent some time here last year as I was transiting NRT to get to PVG.
First Class Lounge #2. This was the first class lounge in the main terminal. Overall, I didn’t see much difference in the two first class lounges other than the size. The lounge in the main terminal was much larger.
Business Class Sakura Lounge in the main terminal. The massage chairs are by the stairs leading to the dining area:
The business class lounge has a separate upstairs dining and bar area, which keeps the lower sitting area a bit more quiet.
First Class Lounge #3: Here are pictures of the smaller 4th floor lounge in the main terminal. It is much quieter but does have more restrictive hours. It closes for a few hours in the middle of the afternoon and I’m glad I got in right before they closed. The buffet food offering was very similar.
Business Class Lounge:
After running around the airport for a few hours, I left the satellite lounge and walked over to my plane home to LAX.