Tokyo Narita Airport Terminal 1

Tokyo Narita Airport
ANA NH10 Narita-New York JFK departures from Narita Airport Terminal 1. So I spent some time at Narita Airport transit area on my way to New York from Singapore.
There are three different kinds of toilets in the washroom: squat toilet, sitting toilet and Japanese washlet( electric toilet seats with water spray feature for anal and genital cleansing).

duty free shop
Fa So La duty free shop attracts Chinese tourists for last minute shopping.

Kabuki Gate is a new concept gallery and shop facility incorporating two features: an interactive gallery where customers can enjoy an exhibit of specially produced life-sized mannequins adorned in Kabuki costumes and wigs, and Kumadori [Kabuki makeup] face app, and a shop selling original goods and select products associated with Kabuki.
Japanese dress

Day Rooms & Showers
There are day rooms and showers available for a fee in the transit/departure area after passport control.

There’s few places passengers can charge their phones and laptops. Here is one of them.

Nippon Origami Museum
Japan Origami Museum has over 400 exhibits of traditional origami and also sells origami books and paper.

McDonald’s restaurant in the airport is very cheap, eg: a McGriddles Sausage sandwich costs 120 yen.