Qantas partner Japan Airlines will open its revamped Sakura Lounges at Haneda Airport's International Terminal this weekend
Both the main Sakura Lounge and the satellite Sky View lounge will open their doors on Sunday March 30, with the upgraded JAL First Class Lounge to follow at the end of August.
JAL says the lounge redesign is based on the concept of "modern Japanese style" with elements such as latticework and sakura cherry blossom motifs.
Situated at the centre of Haneda's international terminal and split across two floors, the Sakura Lounge has room for 314 passengers.
The entrance and dining room are on the fourth floor, while the fifth floor provides views of the runway and through to downtown Tokyo.
JAL has set aside a 'business corner' for travellers wanting some privacy while they work plus a 'priority corner' reserved for passengers who would be eligible to use the JAL First Class Lounge before the revamped first lounge opens.
The Sky View Lounge, located on the fifth floor in the newly expanded area of the international terminal, has 271 seats and also provides a view across the domestic terminal and downtown Tokyo from its 'sky hill' section.
Behind the drinks bar sits a representation of the world map created by Japanese calligrapher Souun Takeda.
Latticework helps subtly divide the Sky View lounge into discrete zones.
Both lounges boast more showers and a new 'multi-function restroom' with locker area and nursing room, while the ladies' restroom includes a 'make-up corner'.
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