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This week, Terminal 3 at Tokyo’s Narita International Airport opened. It is designed to service low-cost carriers, and furnished by Muji, a popular Japanese store. The decor is sleek, modern and minimalistic (see, Conde Nast Traveler, MUJI Turns Tokyo’s Newest Airport Terminal Into a Design Destination, written by Cynthia Drescher; Spoon and Tamago, Narita Airport’s Newest Terminal 3 Designed Around A Running Track, written by Johnny).
I like it!
What’s most interesting to me of course is that all of the walkways throughout this new terminal look like one big running track. I love this theme! Can you actually run on it? I don’t know, but you can bet I’ll try the next time I’m at Narita!!
photo by Kenta Hasegawa (Spoon and Tamago)
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