Because we were going south to Fukuoka for just a few days and flying on Jetstar, we only wanted and needed small bags. We had one larger piece of luggage which we left at the airport.
For short term and convenience this is a nice option.
I have to admit, though, we were a little confused at first about how to use these lockers. We had never used airport lockers anywhere before, let alone in Japan.
We frantically asked the western-looking people next to us, but they spoke little English. A nice Japanese young man came over and helped us despite not speaking English. Don't you love when strangers are kind?
I do! (Remember to always be a kind stranger.. And you're always a stranger to someone, so... we can reduce that statement down to "Remember to always be kind" ;-) What do you think? I like it!)
It may seem simple or obvious to a lot of people, but if it's your first time, if you're tired and jet lagged from traveling halfway around the world, if you're stressed and trying to make a connection, sometimes you just can't think straight and a little help to figure out simple things is much appreciated. I know I appreciate any help I can get! :o)
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