Located in Terminal 2, Concourse D (Inside Security). After Passport Control but before final Security Checkpoint, Level 3.
Travel times are estimates and are not guaranteed. Airports may require you to re-clear security and immigration control to reach the lounge. Clearing security might require a boarding pass departing from the terminal. For lounges inside security or immigration, you must first check your baggage and obtain your boarding pass.
Worth a DetourThis is not a bad lounge. However, the entire place unnecessarily stinks of food and there is not a huge selection of food available to eat. Really missed some quality Japanese options here.
Nathaniel Moore•October 24th, 2016
Needs ImprovementThe Sakura First Lounge is not open in the morning. Only the business lounge is open.
Mike Dickson •July 26th, 2016
SatisfactoryVery average food & drink virtually the same as the business class lounge. No nice Japanese touches in the design or sadly the food which was very basic.
Digby•November 7th, 2015
SatisfactorySmall lounge with below average food and drinks... Only benefit over business lounge is that it is less crowded. Don't waste your time here, not worth it.
伊庵•December 29th, 2014
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Can I make a reservation?
Japan Airlines JAL First Class Lounge (Temporarily Closed) does not currently accept reservations. We are working on it and hope to have it soon.
Can I purchase access?
Japan Airlines JAL First Class Lounge (Temporarily Closed) is reserved for passengers with specific credentials such as elite status, premium tickets, or other access methods that are required for entry.View accessible lounges in Frankfurt Airport (FRA)