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No, definitely not enough time to get to Tokyo and back comfortably, but you have enough time to visit Narita town (train works well), have a nice BBQ eel (unagi) lunch and do some shopping.
Most things are indeed closed, but there are some things that are open 24h and worthwhile, although knowing the season you're visiting would be helpful. Top of my list would be relaxing with a Arabic meal and a puff or ten of ''shisha'' (water pipe) at a good 24h restaurant. I have a soft spot for Kan Zaman, which has good food, good shisha, tolerable ...
General answer... There's not so much to do at very night hours in Dubai apart from Disco or other bars/lounges, and for sure not in the very late hours of the night... To answer your specific questions: Burj Khalifa is open from 8.30 am to 1.00 am, but last entrance is 45 mins. before so it will be closed. Dubai Mall is not open, neither the Mall of ...
Unless you want to be shared for a stop-over, you must limit yourself to 23:59 minutes. Most travel sites let you search for flights and sort by total duration. This will help you find the longest stop-over at the end of the list. What often happens with popular routes is that you will not be offered such a layover because there are enough shorter options. ...
I think I found the answer. Most airport has this facility where you can drop-off (store) your carry one and pick it up before flight. There is usually a fee for it. This links is for Heathrow Airport 9 pounds/day This link is for Abu Dhabi Airport 20 durham/day
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