I had miles expiring with Singapore Air that I had to burn on this flight. I absolutely didn’t want to waste these miles on this flight though. Mostly because it’s about 10 hours because of the tailwinds from Tokyo to Los Angeles. The other way around is around 12-13 hours. That’s 2-3 hours less business class I’m getting for my miles.
All Nippon Air Business Class: Tokyo To Los Angeles
ANA Business Class Seat
As you can tell from the cabin, the seats closest to the window provide the most privacy. I went with one of these seats. It’s very cozy.
ANA Amenity Kit
ANA Business Class Provides slippers! It was crazy to me that Cathay Pacific did not provide slippers for their business class passengers. Once again, #firstworldproblems
The amenity kit was pretty light. Toothbrush, toothpaste, eye mask, ear plugs, lotion and lip balm. The usual.
You can also activate this rad blue light. It looks cool but is incredibly irritating after looking a minute. This was not tested well.
I don’t drink a lot of sake. It’s hard to pick a good one at a bar and can get pricey. My favorite thing in business class flights is getting to try a bunch of different drinks.
Sake is on the left and water is on the right. During the flight, I was watching a movie and forgot which one is which. I took a big swig of sake and accidentally got drunk. Once again, #firstworldproblems
ANA Business Class Food
The quality of food and presentation is very well done with ANA. This was the dinner they served a few hours after we left Tokyo.
ANA Business Class Ippudo Ramen Snack
I love Ippudo and Ichiran Ramen. Those are my two favorite ramen chains in Japan. I wasn’t that hungry, but when I saw Ippudo ramen as an option on the flight, I couldn’t resist.
Overall, a very pleasant (and short) flight.