Two Japan Airlines (JAL) flight attendants hold Air Yoshinoya beef bowls which are being served on some international routes from Thursday for three months as part of a collaboration between JAL and Yoshinoya Holdings. Specially designed and packaged to be served onboard, the Air Yoshinoya box separates the beef from the rice until customers are ready to enjoy it. Considering the lower humidity in the cabin, Air Yoshinoya also comes with more sauce so that customers taste the same succulence as the beef bowl served in shops. Air Yoshinoya packaging and tray mats are original designs for this in-flight service while the beef, ginger, shichimi (seven-flavored spice) and pickles served are just as customers would find in all Yoshinoya outlets in Japan.
JAL will serve the meals on flights from Tokyo to New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, London and Frankfurt in every cabin class.© Japan Today