Tokyo's Narita International Airport has recently reopened its new look Terminal 3, which has been furnished by the uber practical lifestyle retailer Muji

Combining its functional focus with cool everyday design, Muji has outfitted more than 400 ergonomic and comfortable sofa-benches that fit together in grids with side table tops slotted into the grid patterns. These come in lively green, blue and white colours to keep the atmosphere of the terminal bright. In keeping with the store's own kitchen range a cafeteria fit out features simple oak wood tables and chairs.

Terminal 3 will be servicing more low cost carriers like Jetstar, Jeju Air and Vanilla Air, and is expected to service a high quantity of passengers, which is why it has the largest food court of any airport in Japan as well as the largest general duty-free shopping area in the airport. Discover the gallery of the new Muji designed terminal below: