Emirates has opened the Tokyo Narita Emirates Lounge, with plenty of seats, complementary food and a free bar.
Emirates has unveiled the airlines first dedicated lounge in Japan, at in Terminal 2 of Tokyo Narita Airport.
Emirates has relatively few flights to Japan, and so has previously shunned opening a lounge here, however it has now opened what is it's 38th dedicated lounge around the world, in the location of what was the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse in Tokyo.
The lounge is quite large, despite the once a day service, and is only 936 square meters in size, and accommodates up to 174 guests.
Passengers in Business Class and Gold Skywards customers have complementary access.
There is the usual Emirates bar, and a standard Emirates round lift-top fridge, with a selection of pre made salads.
Mr Matter, Emirates Divisional Senior Vice President, opened the lounge. He said "Our commitment to the highest standards of quality in every aspect of our business is the secret of Emirates success. The new Emirates Lounge at Narita expresses that commitment in a very concrete way."
Two large flat screen TVs are on the wall, and tuned to a local news channel.
There is also a small business centre, with PCs and a printer. There is also free wifi.
The lounge has shower facilities.
The Emirates Tokyo Lounge is open from 1720 to 21:20 on Tuesday and Wednesday, and from 1800 to 2200 every other day.