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Review of Narita Airport Lounge “IASS SUPERIOR LOUNGE-KoCoo-” (Priority Pass lounge in T2 departure area)

I will be doing a blog review and explanation of the lounge "IASS SUPERIOR LOUNGE Koku -KoCoo-" located in Narita Airport Terminal 2. You can enjoy alcoholic drinks and light snacks at the lounge located in the restricted area after immigration. It is also a lounge where you can use Priority Pass.

Narita Airport Lounge "IASS SUPERIOR LOUNGE Koku -KoCoo-"

Lounge details

This lounge is located on the 4th floor of the main building of Narita Airport's Terminal 2. Many One World Alliance airlines such as JAL operate from Terminal 2. It's located in the restricted area after immigration, so you can stay there until it's almost time for your flight.

business hours
7:30-21:00 (Open all year round)
place Narita International Airport Terminal 2 Main Building 4th Floor
telephone number 0476-34-6568
Bring in food and drinks Not possible
Companion fee
・Please check the information from your credit card company.
・Children under 3 years old free of charge
Number of seats 54 seats
Service contents
Meals (snacks)
Soft drinks
Alcoholic drinks
Flight information
Dedicated Wi-Fi

From the official website

Credit card for free admission

The following cards are available.

  • UC Card/Credit Saison/Aplus Card 

*Applicable to Platinum Card and above.

  • PriorityPass/Diners Club/Lounge Key/LongePass 



What is Priority Pass?

Priority Pass is a membership service that gives you access to lounges and airport services in over 600 cities in 148 countries around the world . If you have a pass, you can enjoy food and alcohol in the high-quality space of the airport lounge.

Priority Pass is especially useful when boarding international flights . The advantage is that you can use the lounge even if you are not flying in first class or business class, or if you are not a senior member of the airline.

Lounge availability/how to enter

Access to the lounge

The lounge is located on the 4th floor of the main building . After passing through immigration, take the elevator to the 4th floor.

▼Click here to see the entrance. Simple construction.


How to enter the lounge

  • When using the lounge, present your eligible credit card or Priority Pass and same-day boarding pass or ticket.
  • The name on the card and boarding pass will be checked to make sure they match.
  • If you are using a ticketless service such as a smartphone, you can also enter by showing the QR code.

Review with photos

The area around the reception desk didn't seem crowded, so I was able to enter the room smoothly. Upon entering, I was reminded that what was being served was "snacks only." I thought they were informing those who wanted a hearty meal in advance so they wouldn't be disappointed.

Meal serving area

As soon as you pass the reception desk and enter the lounge, there is a food service area. The lighting is dim and the atmosphere is stylish. The dishes on offer included curry, grilled chicken, miso soup, and mitarashi dango. Alcoholic beverages such as draft beer and wine are also available.

Pickles, hijiki, pumpkin salad

grilled chicken


Mitarashi dumpling


miso soup


Draft beer (Asahi Super Dry), lemon sour (Taru Hai Club)

Red wine, white wine, sake

soft drinks costa coffee

seating area



Above, we introduced the lounge "IASS SUPERIOR LOUNGE Koku -KoCoo-" located in Narita Airport Terminal 2. The lounge has plenty of Japanese touches, creating a relaxing atmosphere for Japanese people, as well as a lounge that foreign travelers can enjoy as well. When I visited, most of the people were foreigners.

Although there aren't many menu items on offer, the flavors are familiar and can be described as average. Alcohol is available, so you can have a relaxing time before departure. Please note that you are not allowed to bring in food or drinks, so if you want to eat, you will have to go outside.

There are no shower rooms in the lounge. There is also a toilet.

Although the lounge feels small, there are many empty seats, making it a relaxing space for those who don't primarily eat.