ANA All Nippon Airways opened up a new premium lounge at Tokyo Haneda (HND) dubbed the ANA Suite Lounge, accessible to ANA business class and first class passengers departing Tokyo. To accommodate the ever-growing number of passengers, ANA has opened up a second lounge, one of the largest of its kind with seating for up to 900 travelers.

The new ANA Lounge is spread across a single floor (4th) and very spacious with large, floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the tarmac and plenty of natural light. Similar to its other newer lounges, the ANA Lounge has a LIVE Kitchen with a buffet and meals prepared on-demand by a chef, a noodle bar, a bar with high seats and a menu with more than 20 cocktails to choose from as well as sake, wine and other spirits.

As for the seating, the ANA Lounge has numerous options, most of which are in an open setting. There is a separate, semi-private section with 24 booth seats—some are designed for one customer whereas others can fit two people beside each other. And for families, there’s a safe playroom for children to entertain themselves before jetting off to the next destination.

Unlike the ANA Suite Lounge, this ANA Lounge is not as extravagant and intricately designed. Nonetheless, it’s modern, clean and sophistically decorated with wooden accents and painted in soothing brown tones. From the high ceilings and open spaces, the ANA Lounge is a terrific option for pre-departure relaxation.

The ANA Lounge is open to the following passengers: business class passengers flying on ANA or a Star Alliance partner airline, members of ANA Diamond Service, Platinum Service, Super Flyers Card and Star Alliance Gold. It’s also open to Star Alliance Member Carriers’ Paid Lounge Membership and ANA Premium Economy customers.

For a full tour of what the lounge looks like, check out ANA’s official lounge page here.