There are several design elements present throughout the lounge that are distinctively Korean. The most prominent of these is a drawing of the Changdeok Palace, located on the wall of the lounge entrance. The 305-seat facility offers four private lounge rooms and shower booths, a balcony area that offers sweeping panoramic views of the entire terminal, and a convenient luggage depository area. A usual buffet spread of small bites and favorites are offered.
The generous number of charging outlets is very
attractive. now sees a new design that showcases a blend of modern Japanese style with classic, cultivated themes that accompany an abundant array of Japanese elements including latticework, sakura cherry blossom motifs and pieces of artwork.
Along with the standard buffet menu, the ever popular JAL Lounge Curry and Maison Kayser freshly-baked bread can be found here. In addition, guests can also indulge in some highquality sake, including“Goku,” barley shochu, and Daiginjo sake “Hishono-mai”produced jointly with Akita Seishu.
The sitting area is stocked with new massage chairs to provide relaxation.
A much-improved offering over the old Sakura facility. The new lounge will prove a great complement to the expansion of the international terminal at the Haneda airport.