【Review】Sky Lounge Nanohana in Kagoshima Airport, Japan

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Sky Lounge Nanohana is an airport lounge located at Kagoshima Airport in Japan. It is a small credit card lounge on the second floor’s south side. It offers limited facilities, including a rest area, drinks and snacks, and a mobile phone room. It is open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Although it is a credit card lounge, you may use it upon presenting your boarding pass and payment of ¥1,100 to access.

Lounge Access Eligibility

Sky Lounge Nanohana is a credit card lounge that you can use for free if you have a Japanese Gold or higher credit card, but most people don’t have a Japanese Gold card. But don’t worry, you can stay in the lounge if you pay a little and show your boarding pass. Adults are ¥1,100, and children are ¥550 (tax included).


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Entrance of Sky Lounge Nanohana

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A charging port is available for mobile phones, laptops, and other devices.

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Resting area

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Juice and milk station

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Coffee, tea, soft drinks, and an ice station

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Free snacks per entry

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You can have one cup of free shochu before departure or after arrival.

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More comfortable seats are available, and it looks spotless and cozy.

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Address: Japan, 〒899-6494 Kagoshima, Kirishima, Mizobechofumoto, 822  2F Kagoshima Airport
Operating hours: 7 am to 8 pm

Charging stationYes
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PC and PrinterNo
Massage ChairNo
Use on ArrivalYes

Bottom line

Sky Lounge Nanohana, like most Japanese card lounges, has plenty of seating and charging ports. It is also notable for its wide selection of drinks, including one cup of shochu (a Japanese distilled spirit).

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