Singaporeans guaranteed are blessed with ways to appreciate aviation experiences with out traveling everywhere. From Singapore Airlines’ Do-it-yourself at-home initially class eating, to Singapore Airlines’ A380 restaurant, to a cafe staffed by former Singapore Airways cabin crew, to glamping at Changi Airport, there’s a whole lot to be savored.
Now there is still an additional interesting practical experience coming to Singapore…
Japan Rail Cafe offering Japan Airways meals
Japan Rail Cafe is a journey-themed cafe in Singapore. As you may guess centered on the identify, it has a distinct emphasis on Japan and trains. The cafe serves every little thing from Japanese foods, to sake, to matcha lattes.
As reported by Mothership, the cafe will have something for avgeeks appear January. From January 2-31, 2021, Japan Rail Cafe and Japan Airways will be collaborating to serve inflight foods on the ground.
The meals will be organized by SATS, which is Japan Airlines’ inflight catering company in Singapore. Evidently only 600 foods will be accessible the whole thirty day period, so that will come out to an average of about 20 meals per day.
I could see demand from customers for this getting significant, and it’s not nevertheless acknowledged how exactly foods will be prioritized. Hopefully they arrive up with a much better technique than we have in the US for vaccine distribution.
What Japan Airways meals will be on sale?
Foods will price tag 23 SGD (~17 USD), and there will be a pair of selections, such as salmon miso yaki and chicken takiawase tamago. As you can see, they’ll arrive with sides, a dessert, and espresso or tea.
But wait, there’s far more!
There won’t just be Japan Airlines inflight foods, but you are going to also be ready to buy some Japan Airlines souvenirs, including Japan Airways chopstick holders, which I oh-so-desperately want.
On weekends there will even be Singapore-dependent Japan Airways flight attendants demonstrating furoshiki gift wrapping and the art of origami.
In January Japan Airlines will be collaborating with Singapore’s Japan Rail Cafe to serve inflight foods, market airline memorabilia, and have flight attendants on hand to interact with attendees.
As a geek I feel like these ideas are totally underrated, and like we never really get adequate of them in the US. Then once more, I’m not certain what this thought would search like in the US — cubed cheese and snack blend, and flight attendants educating the artwork of kicking people off planes? 😉
(Suggestion of the hat to SINJim)