Women Walking Through Airport - Tokyo Haneda International Airport Lounges Guide

Japan is making waves in both the business and leisure travel worlds. If you are traveling to Japan, then the Tokyo Haneda International Airport is your best bet. Our complete guide will help you navigate through the airport as well as find the best lounges to relax while you await your flight. 

About Tokyo Haneda International Airport

The airport is commonly referred to as Haneda Airport or abbreviated as HND. It is located south of Tokyo Station in  Ōta, Tokyo. It is one of the primary airports of Japan as well as home to Japan’s primary domestic airline. 

HND is quite a busy airport. It ranks at number four in the world and number three in Asia in terms of passenger traffic. In 2017, the airport served approximately 85.4M passengers. The number increased to approximately 87M in 2018, and decreased slightly down to 85.5M in 2019 (Statista). 

The airport sits on 40 hectares of land. It has three terminals in total.

Both Terminal 1 and 2 handle domestic flights while Terminal 3 is for international flights. 

Terminal 1 is the largest terminal at the airport. It has conference rooms, a shopping area, a 6-story restaurant, a cafe and an open area at the rooftop. This terminal has 3 lounges.

Terminal 2 does not disappoint either, with its rooftop restaurant, Haneda Excel Hotel, and the 6-story building with restaurants and other shopping areas. It also has three lounges.

Terminal 3 has several lounges as well, which are mostly operated by airlines.  

With all that traffic, not to mention the size of the airport, losing your way is quite easy. A simple guide to show you all the places you can relax while using the HND airport always comes in handy. 

Lounges at HND

The lounges at HND offer travelers a serene environment with free soft drinks. Most of these lounges are also accessible to travelers with various elite statuses from as many as 19 credit card companies, Diners Club and American Express included. 

Here are the lounges to check out when at Haneda International Airport:

  • All Nippon Airways (ANA) Lounge
  • Cathay Pacific Lounge
  • Power Lounge Central
  • Power Lounge North 
  • Japan Airlines Sakura Lounges 
  • TIAT Lounge 
  • Sky Lounge 

1. All Nippon Airways (ANA) Lounge

Location

There are four ANA lounges at the HND Airport – two at the International Terminal and one at the domestic terminal. The lounges at Gate 110, 114, and 60 also have suites. 

Directions

  • ANA Lounge at Terminal 3 on Level 4 – this one is on the inside of security at Gate 110. 
  • ANA Lounge at terminal 3 on the left side of Level 4 – on the inside security at Gate 114.
  • ANA Lounge at Terminal 2 – on the inside of security, fourth floor opposite Gate 60.
  • ANA Lounge at Terminal 2 – on the inside of security south of the Main building, opposite Gate 62. 

Services Offered

  • Snacks
  • Beverages 
  • Showers
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Magazines & newspapers 
  • Printers & copiers
  • Non-smoking area
  • Internet terminals 
  • Premium food  

Hours of Operation

  • Lounge at Gate 110 – open daily 5:00 am to 1:00 am.
  • Lounge at Gate 114 – open daily 6:30 am to 1:30 pm and 8:00 pm to 1:00 am.
  • Lounge at Gate 60 and Gate 62 – open daily 5:15 am to 9:00 pm

Cost

All ANA Lounges are reserved for travelers with premium tickets, elite status, and other required entries. 

Conditions

Admission is free to children under the age of 2. The lounges do not accept reservations at the moment.  

2. Cathay Pacific Lounge

Location

Inside security of Terminal 3 (International Terminal). 

Directions

Head to Level 6. The Lounge is on the north side. You can easily access it using elevators after Gate 114. 

Services Offered

  • Beverages- wine, beer, spirits & liquor
  • WiFi
  • Premium food
  • Flight monitors
  • Snacks 
  • TVs
  • Internet terminals 
  • Printers & copiers
  • Newspapers & magazines 
  • Telephones 
  • iMac computers 

Hours of Operation

Opens daily from 7.30 am to 5.00 pm. 

Cost

The Lounge is reserved for passengers with premium tickets, elite status and other requirements. 

Conditions

It is accessible to passengers using the Cathay Dragon, Cathay Pacific and anyone flying business or first class on OneWorld flights. Elite members of the Marco Polo Club are also allowed to access the lounge.  

3. Power Lounge Central 

Location

Terminal 2 – Outside security 

Directions

The lounge is on the outside security of Terminal 2 on the third floor. 

Services Offered

  • WiFi 
  • Flight monitors 
  • Television 
  • Newspapers & Magazines 
  • Non-smoking 

Hours of Operation

Opens daily from 6.00 am to 8.00 pm. 

Cost

1,080 Yen per person paid at the front desk ($10.18 USD). Admission depends on capacity. 

Conditions

The showers and alcoholic beverages are available at an extra cost.

4. Power Lounge North 

Location

Terminal 2 – Inside security 

Directions

The lounge is on the inside security of Terminal 2 on the third floor, close to Gate 52. 

Services Offered

  • WiFi 
  • Flight monitors 
  • Television 
  • Internet terminals 
  • Newspapers & magazines 
  • Telephones 
  • Non-smoking 

Hours of Operation

Opens daily from 6.00 am to 9.30 pm. 

Cost

1,080 Yen ($10.18 USD) per person paid at the front desk. Admission depends on capacity. 

Conditions

Printers, copiers, and drinks are available at an extra cost.

5. Sakura Lounge

Location

The Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge is on the Airside of both Terminal 1 and 3. 

Services Offered

  • Beverages
  • Air conditioning
  • Showers
  • Newspapers
  • Flight monitors
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Snacks 
  • Non-smoking area 

Hours of Operation

Open daily from 4.30 am to 1.30 am. 

Cost

The lounge is reserved for passengers with certain credentials like premium tickets, elite status, and other methods needed for access. 

Conditions

It is open to travelers flying first class and business class on Japan Airlines and other Oneworld member airlines. The Sakura Lounge is also available to travelers flying economy class.

6. TIAT Lounge 

Location

The TIAT Lounge is on the inside security of International Terminal (3).  

Directions

Head to the central area of the fourth floor after passing through the terminal’s inside security. 

Services Offered

  • Flight monitors 
  • WiFi
  • Internet terminals 
  • Premium food 
  • Newspaper and magazines 
  • Snacks 
  • Non-smoking area 

Hours of Operation

Open 24/7.

Cost

The lounge is reserved for passengers with certain credentials like premium tickets, elite status, and other methods needed for access. 

7. Sky Lounge 

Location

Inside security of the International Terminal (3). 

Services Offered

  • WiFi 
  • Flight monitors 
  • TVs
  • Smoking area 
  • Newspapers and Magazines 

Hours of Operation

Open 24/7. 

Cost

1,030 Yen per traveler ($9.72 USD) paid at the front desk. Admission depends on capacity.   

Conditions

Beer and wine at the lounge are available at an additional fee.

8. Other Lounges

Location and Directions 

There are many other airport lounges at the HND that you can enjoy some quiet time regardless of where you are:

  • Terminal 1 on the Landside – you will find an Airport Lounge in the arrival lobby of the first floor. It is close to the post office. It opens at 6 in the morning to 8 in the evening and the showers in this lounge are available up to 7:30 pm every day.
  • Terminal 1, Airside on the north side – this one is on the second floor and opens daily at 6:00 am and is open till 8:30 pm.
  • Terminal 1, Airside south side – it is also on the second floor and opens daily from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm.
  • Terminal 2 on the Landside – northside, on the third floor after the Terrace Restaurant. This lounge opens from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm with showers available up to 7:30 pm. 
  • Terminal 2 on the Airside – on the fourth floor. It opens from 6:00 am to 9:30 pm.
  • Terminal 2 on the Airside – on the south side of the second floor in between Gate 65 and 66. It opens from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm every day.   

Services Offered

  • WiFi
  • Computer stations
  • Television
  • Magazines and newspapers
  • Telephones
  • Showers 
  • Beverages 
  • Flight monitors       

Cost

These lounges charge 520.00 Yen per child between the ages of 4 and 12, and 1,030.00 Yen per person. Children under three years old are admitted for free. In case you need to take a shower, charges for the shower and lounge access are 1,030 Yen for children under the age of three, 1,550 for children between ages 4 and 12, and 2,060 Yen for adults. 

Conditions

The lounges are open to all travelers regardless of one’s flight class or airline. Payment is at the door. Admission depends on the space available.  

This wraps up our guide on the lounges in the Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND).

We hope that you enjoy your stay. Have a great trip!

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