Japan Airlines (JAL) has opened its revamped Sakura Lounge near gate 37 at Kansai International Airport in Osaka.
The lounge has been redesigned with the concept of “modern Japanese style”, delivering a message of the “heart of Japan” and “Japanese hospitality” to the customers. It can hold up to 177 passengers, although the seating is rather close together.
There are several improved amenities, including two massage chairs, electric locks in the new baggage storage space, more power outlets around each seat, a make-up corner in the ladies restroom, and a big screen for flight information. There is also a smoking room in the lounge, with seating.
The buffet corner has also been enlarged and improved. It provides a salad bar, Halal dishes, and two types of curry every day.
The lounge welcomes passengers from business class, and economy booking class Y.
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