Review: Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge (Sky View) Tokyo Haneda Airport

Opening hours6am to 12.30pm, 9pm to 1.30am
Time of visit6am
Date of visitNovember 2022
Occupancy~10% to 70%
LocationAirside, Terminal 3,
near gate 114, 5th floor
Entry typeFree with Japan Airlines
Business Class
boarding pass

I visited this lounge prior to my Japan Airlines Business Class flight from Tokyo to Delhi, during my long journey to the Middle East.

How to access this lounge

Passengers departing in Business and First Class on oneworld airlines can access this lounge.

Oneworld Sapphire and Emerald members can also gain complimentary access (+1 guest on the same flight), regardless of class of travel.

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Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge (Sky View) Tokyo Haneda

Getting there

Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge Sky View Haneda Airport T3 is located near Gate 114, on the 5th floor.

There is another Sakura Lounge (non Sky View) located close by, near gate 112.

Click here to view the map of Tokyo Haneda Airport.

General areas

The lounge has beautiful decor and offers a great panoramic view of the apron.

There are a few sections of the lounge for general use, dining and even a quiet area for guests to relax in.

Lounge seats
Lounge seats
Lounge seats in the quiet area
Dining area
Dining area
Dining area
View from the lounge
US power port and USB port near the seats
Locker room
Floor plan of Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge (Sky View) Haneda Airport

Food & Drinks

I spent most of my visit sleeping and did not get to try the breakfast that was offered, in the forms of a buffet and an à la carte menu.

Guests may view the food menu at and scanning the QR code at your table.

Beverage area
Wines and spirits
Bean-to-cup coffee machine and wines
Tea selection

Top complimentary amenities

  • WiFi
  • Drinks (incl. alcoholic)
  • Hot food
  • Shower

My ratings

Peace & quiet9/10

Bottom line

JAL’s Sky View lounge in Tokyo Haneda is a beautiful lounge with a good view of the apron.

As a passenger connecting from a red-eye flight, I wish that there were nap chairs in the quiete area for a more comfortable rest.

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