Old Mar 1, 15, 10:38 am
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Tokyo Haneda (HND) - JAL lounge (international terminal)

Name of the lounge: JAL Sakura lounge @ HND international terminal

Location: on the left after having passed immigration, in the middle of the duty free shopping area.

Opening Hours: unknown, but this lounge being the one of the largest operator of this airport (JAL), it il likely open all day and it stays open late, as the 2nd AF flight to CDG depart at 00:30 am.

Entry requirements: First/Business class passengers or FB Gold/Platinum passengers. This lounge has a separate part for P pax and so it is assumed that AF P pax are sent there.

Food offer: Buffet with nice and large selection of cold and warm items.

Drinks offer: Soft drinks, spirits, red and white wines, sparkling wine (not Champagne), hot drinks, juices, water.

Wifi: Yes (specific network).
Showers: Yes
Toilets: Yes.
Quiet zone: No.
Loungers/sleep area: unknown
Business area: yes
Spa: No.
TV area: yes
Passengers are called: No
Information screen: yes

Newspapers: Yes, mostly Japanese but a few French newspapers were there for the AF flight.

Other information
Number of seats: about 60-70 on the 1st floor (dining area) and about 100 on the 2nd floor.
Level of noise: low to medium.
Design: Modern
View: Yes (however, I was there at night and so could not really appreciate the whole view)
Multi floors: Yes. The 1st floor (where the reception is) is the dining area with plenty of tables. The 2nd floor is the traditional resting/working area of the lounge. Drinks are available on both floors.
Terrace: No.
Smoking area: unknown
Direct boarding: No (I don't know if AF always use the same gate at HND but it was very far from the lounge : the last gate at the end of the concourse)

Views of the dining area :

Views of the working/resting area :

The long concourse all the way to AF gate :

A full virtual visit of this lounge is accessible here :
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