Now fans of colossal hit anime and manga "One Piece" can have an epic pirate adventure in the skies, as Japan Airlines (JAL) and "One Piece" are teaming up for a special food and gift-filled flight based off the anime's recent Wano Country arc.
The official name of the collaboration is ""Wano Country Flight - Legendary Crane and Adventure in the Sky". This is because the crane is the mascot and logo of JAL, and that the concept story behind the flight is that the Strawhats (and you) have found themselves riding a legendary crane in Wano Country that transports adventurers to other islands.
Along with in-flight "One Piece" videos, music, decorations, and a quiz to test your "One Piece" knowledge, the flight will also feature gourmet meals said to be prepared by Sanji himself, that offer both Western-style dishes and the imagined delicacies of Wano Country.
Hamburg steak (modeled after Luffy's favorite meat on a bone), business class
Oden and sukiyaki (Wano Country cooking), business class
Chirashi and soba noodles (Wano Country cooking), economy class
As part of the Wano Country theme, JAL staff will be dressed in kimono and hoping to show their famous hospitality.
In addition to limited-edition goods (coasters, tote bags, stickers, boarding certificates) using illustrations drawn especially for this charter, "One Piece" goods and snacks that are popular in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump editorial department will be offered as souvenirs, as well as a model plane.
The flight departs from Narita Airport and returns there three and a half hours later. Those hoping to make a reservation can do so at the official website, during the period listed below.
Departure Dates: July 30 (Sat) and 31 (Sun)
Time : Departure from Tokyo (Narita) 15:00, Arrival at Tokyo (Narita) 18:30
Aircraft: Boeing 767-300ER (A44)
Price: Business Class 80,000 yen (per person),Economy Class: 58,000 yen (per person)
Lottery application period: Until Sunday, June 26, 23:59 (Japan time)
*Waiting list will be available from 12 a.m. Monday, June 27 to 23:59, Thursday, July 7 (Japan time)
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