Prior to a flight to Bangkok with Thai Airways, I had a chance to spend a couple of hours in the ANA Lounge Tokyo Narita (Satellite 5). This is one of two ANA Lounges in Terminal 1, with the other located in Satellite 2.
I hadn’t spent much time in Tokyo Narita before, and I was looking forward to seeing if the ANA Lounge held up to the lofty reputation of the airline.
ANA Lounge Tokyo Narita (Satellite 5) – Entry & Access
The ANA Lounge Tokyo Narita (Satellite 5) is located on the fourth floor of the airport, above Gates 51–55
After heading through security, follow the signage for “Airline Lounge”, which has the logos for the ANA Lounge and the ANA Suite Lounge clearly displayed.
To get to the fourth floor, you can head up an escalator or take a nearby elevator.
The entrance is located through sliding glass doors at the top of the escalator. You can access both the ANA Suite Lounge and the ANA Lounge from the same entry point.
Access to the ANA Lounge Tokyo Narita (Satellite 5) is available to passengers flying on a Star Alliance airline in business class or First Class. Furthermore, Star Alliance Gold members may access the lounge with a ticket in any class of service on a Star Alliance airline.
Guests travelling in premium economy on an ANA flight, as well as passengers with Diamond Service, Platinum Service, Super Flyers, and ANA Million Milers, also enjoy access to the lounge.
The ANA Lounge Tokyo Narita (Satellite 5) is also accessible with a Priority Pass membership; however, access isn’t available from 1–5pm.
Passengers travelling in First Class, as well as guests with Star Alliance Gold, Diamond Service, Platinum Service, Super Flyers, and ANA Million Milers, can bring in one guest who is travelling on the same flight.
In my case, I enjoyed access on account of my Star Alliance Gold status and with a Thai Airways business class ticket.
The ANA Lounge Tokyo Narita (Satellite 5) is open daily from 7am until the departure of the last ANA flight.
After having my boarding pass scanned, I was directed to the left of the check-in desk to begin my stay.
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