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Narita Airport - Terminal 2 observation deck / 成田空港第2ターミナル展望デッキ
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Annual trip to Tokyo, August 2012.  Narita Airport Terminal 2 observation deck.


It was pleasant to catch a very nice sunset view on the T2 observation deck (there are two in fact, one on each side of the Terminal 2 building) as I was waiting for my QANTAS flight back to Australia, at the end of another trip to Tokyo. Must say this was a nice way to cap off a very good visit.

See also: http://www.360cities.net/image/narita-airport-t2-departure-lobby-japan

成田空港 夕焼け 360度パノラマ

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