• May 28, 2019

JAL Announces New Set of Inflight Meals for
Premium Economy and Economy Class on Short-haul International Flights

Japan Airlines (JAL) has been offering tasty and innovative inflight meal options under the concept of JAL Kitchen Gallery, featured in Premium Economy and Economy Class service. Starting June 1, 2019, JAL will be serving an original inflight meal supervised by Chef Masahiro Kasahara, owner chef of Sanpi Ryoron Restaurant in Ebisu, Tokyo.

JAL will continue to create meals that provide a fulfilling inflight experience for our valued customers.

Applicable Classes: Premium Economy and Economy Class
Effective Period: June 1, 2019 (Saturday) ~ November 30, 2019 (Saturday)
Applicable Routes: From Japan to Beijing, Dalian, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Taipei, Kaohsiung

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                                                                         Main Dish:Curry Bowl
                                                                         Side Dish:Black Sesame Potato Salad and Fresh Salad
                                                                         Dessert will be served on the side

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    Latter Half of June & September

    Teriyaki Chicken Bowl

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    First Half of July & October

    Ginger Pork Bowl

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    Latter Half of July & October

    Japanese Style Omelet Rice

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    First Half of August & November

    Pork Cutlet on Rice

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    Latter Half of August & November

    Fried Chicken Bowl

The main dish will change every 15 days. Please refer to JAL’s website for details.
The photographs are an image of the meal.


Chef Masahiro Kasahara (Sanpi Ryoron

After working at “Shogatsuya Kiccho” for 9 years, he inherited his father’s restaurant “Torisho”, a yakitori restaurant in Musashi-Koyama, Tokyo. In 2004, he closed the restaurant after celebrating its 30th anniversary and opened his own restaurant “Sanpi Ryoron” in Ebisu, Tokyo. With creative and original menus, the restaurant immediately became one of the most popular restaurants in Japan.

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