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Layover in Narita - Do I have time to visit a former exchange student

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Hi. My family and I are traveling to China this summer. We have a layover at the Narita Airport for about 2 hours 45 minutes. A former exchange student of ours lives in Yokohama so it wouldn't be far for her and her family to meet us at the airport. I am wondering how difficult it would be to leave the secure area to see them and come back to catch our flight to China. Is this possible? What all would be involved? We should only have laptops or purses with us. Thank you for any help with this matter. We haven't seen her for two years and we have never met her family. We are actually going to China to visit the family of another exchange student. :)

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