On my last epic Aeroplan mini-RTW trip I not only had the pleasure of flying ANA business class for the first time, but also got to check out the ANA business class lounge in Hadeda airport. The flight from Vancouver to Tokyo set the bar pretty high for this review. Let’s see if it lives up to expectations.
ANA Business Class Lounge Location
There are two ANA lounges in Hadena airport’s international terminal. Each has different hours so please note this for your flight!
- Gate 110: Open from 05:00 – 01:00
- Gate 114: Open from 06:30 – 13:30 (breakfast and lunch only)
The ANA Suite Lounge, located next to the Business Class Lounges, is reserved for First-Class passengers and Diamond class members only.
Amenities & Service
Upon entering the ANA business class lounge at Haneda airport you will find an expansive area running parallel to the runway. Guests get a great view of aircraft coming and going as well as the Tokyo skyline in the distance. For me, this was a highlight of my review. Asahi and watching planes take off and land, what’s not to love?
The lounge was surprisingly quiet for my mid-day flight. There was plenty of space and seating options to choose from and was, much like the rest of Japan, incredibly quiet and peaceful.
Another highlight of my ANA business class lounge review is, oddly, the bathrooms. On top of being the cleanest and nicest smelling bathroom of all the lounges I have reviewed, they include the hilariously awesome Japanese toilets that I have come to love over the years. Toasted buns and music while you do your business? Yes, please!
On top of the heated toilet seat and pleasantly smelling bathrooms, the ANA lounge offers plenty of space to recline, work, and relax before your flight. There are showers, self-serve bars, and separate dining and quiet areas.Compare prices on ANA Business Class flights to Tokyo with Skyscanner
Food and Drink
The absolute highlight of my time in this great lounge is the food and drink selection. Although I am a sucker for Japanese self pouring beer (there is three of them here!), it’s the self-serve sake and soju that won me over.
Lastly, the food is nothing short of super tasty and great. On top of Japanese curry, sushi, and crust-less eggsalad sandwiches (which is a thing in Japan!), there is a made-to-order soup kitchen. There you can order up delicious Soba, Udon and, of course, Ramen noodle soup. ? ?READ MORE: Turkish Air Istanbul Business Class Review
For its food, self pouring drinks, and made-to-order Ramen, the Haneda ANA business class lounge lands as one of the best for me. Be warned, I may be swayed by my love for Japanese food, heated toilet seats, and bottomless sake! If those things make you happy like they make me happy then you will have a hard time leaving this lounge.
Good to Know
Includes: Food, drink, and all the Sojo you can stomach.
Don’t Miss: Sake and self-pouring beer!