Water supply resumed at a domestic flight terminal at Tokyo's Haneda airport Friday afternoon after abnormalities in water quality were detected two days ago, the airport operator said.

Water supply had been suspended at Terminal 2 since Wednesday morning when there were reports from the terminal and from the aircraft washing area that the water was salty.

Some restaurants in the terminal reopened, but others remain closed since they do not have a stable supply of water, according to the operator.

Terminal 1, another domestic terminal, was also affected Wednesday but the supply suspension was lifted later that day.

Airport Facilities Co., which is responsible for the airport's water procurement, says it is investigating the cause of the situation and is continuing to monitor water quality.

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