There are two oneworld lounges in the Satellite Terminal of NRT: the JAL lounges and the Qantas lounge, which I’m reviewing here. (For oneworld lounges at NRT, there’s also the JAL lounges in the main terminal, the AA Admirals Club, and a Cathay Pacific lounge).
The Qantas lounge at Narita is very spacious with tons of seating. When I visited, there weren’t any Qantas flights departing soon, so there were only two other passengers in the lounge. But that’s also perhaps because there’s very little reason to visit this lounge when the JAL lounge is just steps away.
In addition, because there were no Qantas flights departing imminently, the food selection was very sparse. There were just a couple of snacks available. But later, as more people arrived in the lounge due to an upcoming Qantas flight departure, they added more food, so there was eventually a soup, sushi, and some other random foods on offer.
There are four shower rooms in this lounge, although I didn’t use any of them. There was Australian beer on offer in the fridge, as well as some alcoholic drinks that I had never tried before. They also offer a variety of English-language newspapers, if you’re looking for those.
I’m a big fan of the Qantas lounges at Hong Kong and at LAX, but this lounge is pretty generic and uninteresting by comparison. Not much reason to visit unless you only have a Qantas Club membership or something, given that the JAL lounge is superior in most ways and is nearby.