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Narita Airport - Terminal 2 Departure Lobby / 成田空港第2ターミナル出発ロビー
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Annual trip to Tokyo, Aug-Sep 2011. Narita Airport, Terminal 2 Departure Lobby. This is one of the last views of Japan I normally get to see at the end of each annual trip to Tokyo, before hopping on a Jetstar flight back to Oz.

成田空港 第二ターミナル 出発ロビー 360度パノラマ

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Uploaded: 10/10/2011
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