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  • *Inflight meals must be consumed during the flight.
  • *Meal will be served 1 hour after take off.
  • *Meal for flights departing midnight and JL720 will be served 2 hour and 30 minutes before arrival.
  • *Please be reminded that above stated timing of service may change in occasion, such as weather condition.

Alcoholic beverages

JAL wine selection

Enjoy our wines selected from around the world when flying JAL Business Class. All bottles are hand-selected by JAL Wine Advisor - Kenichi Ohashi,Master of Wine and Motohiro Okoshi, who has made his mark far and wide as a wine taster and wine director.
Enjoy the exquisite meals with wines selected by our professional team.

  • JAL Wine Advisor Kenichi Ohashi's profile

    Kenichi Ohashi
    Master of Wine

    Master of Wine is an international qualification created in 1953 by the London-based Institute of Masters of Wine.
    It is regarded as the most prestigious qualification in the wine industry.
    Born in 1967. Native of Tochigi Prefecture.
    Developed his knowledge of wine and sake by managing the family sake retail business, Yamajin Co., Ltd., based in Utsunomiya City.
    Acquired the world’s highest wine qualification, Master of Wine, in 2015.
    Established a firm position in the global wine industry.
    Serves as a judge for many wine competitions across the world, such as the International Wine Challenge (IWC), held in London, one of the biggest wine competitions in the world.
    Awarded “IWC Personality of the Year 2016”.

  • JAL Wine Advisor Motohiro Okoshi's profile

    Motohiro Okoshi
    Wine Taster

    • 2003 winner of first JALUX Wine Award
    • Popular lecturer at Academie Du Vin
    • International Sommelier Assocation, International A.S.I Sommelier

    Born on April 24, 1976 in Sapporo, Hokkaido. Joined the service industry after working as bartender. Facinated by wines, he went to France and on returning to Japan, acquired a sommelier qualification in 2000. After participating in competitions and achieving experiences, he went to France again from 2006 for 2.5 years to deepen his understanding of wines. He continues to visit wineries and producers and communicate the essense of wines as Japan's first wine taster. Also knowledgeable of Japanese sake and sochu, which he highly acclaimed for creating the perfect match of wine, Japanese sake and cuisine.

Wine list

Delamotte Blanc de Blancs N.V.

Delamotte, established in 1760, is the sister maison of "Salon," the most sought-after champagne in the world. In years when a "Salon"vintage, made from 100% Grand CruChardonnay grapes that constitute a mere 5% of the entire production, is not produced, the grapes are utilized for this Blanc de Blancs. With refreshing, inviting flavors of citrus and golden-brown toast, you'll unwind with this champagne and it is versatile enough to be enjoyed not only as an aperitif, but also as an elegant accompaniment to your meal.

Boschendal Chardonnay 2017

Boschendal is a historic winery dating as far back as 1685. These Chardonnay grapes are harvested in the Elgin valley, the most talked-about cool climate region in South Africa. Savor the harmony of aromas - lemon, pear, cultured butter and cinnamon - and the fresh acidity that acts to intermix and develop all of the flavors of this wine into an elegant, dry finish.

Cave de Tain Crozes Hermitage - Grand Classique 2017

Cave de Tain is a famous cooperative that was established in the town of Tain l’Hermitage in 1933. Today,CavedeTain produces almost 50% of all of the wine produced in the village of Croze-Hermitage. Possessing the trademark nuances of dark fruits and blackpepper, this wine graces your palate with a soft, rounded approach.
Enjoy this Grand Classique 2016’s juicy flavor with firm tannins, through to the spicy afternote.

Château Mercian Aiakane 2016

Château Mercian’s wines are proof of the high quality of Japan’s wines, which have a higherstatus now than ever before, consistently evaluated favorably in international wine competitions.
The concept behind their Aiakane (denoting the traditional Japanese plants & dyes of indigo and Rubia) wine is to craft enjoyable Japanese wines to accompany the abundant ingredients harvested through the distinct four seasons of Japan.
Cranberry and black cherry aromas give way to pleasantspicy notes. Savor Aiakane’s fresh, approachable flavor and subtle bitterness. Kanpai! 〔Muscat Bailey A/Others〕

  • *You may search the inflight meal menu for more information about brands served on each route.
  • *Brands are subject to change. We apologize if your preference is not available.

From JAL's Japanese sake selection

We are proud to serve you with our Japanese sake selection onboard,
from famous seasonal varieties of Japanese sake that include Yukino Bijin and Azumaichi, as well as popular sweet potato shochu (distilled liquor) choices such as Tomino Hozan and Naka Naka.

For more information about other alcoholic beverages, please search the inflight meal menu (choose "beverages").

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Notice to drivers

Passengers who need to drive after disembarking should kindly refrain from drinking during the flight. Driving under the influence of alcohol is dangerous and legally prohibited.

Non-alcoholic beverages

Soft drinks

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Cold beverages
  • Orange Juice
  • Apple Juice
  • Tomato Juice
  • Grapefruit Juice
  • JAL original drink "Sky Time"
  • Perrier (sparkling mineral water)
  • Mineral water
  • Coca-Cola
  • Sprite
  • Ginger ale
  • "Karadameguricha"
  • Japanese cooled-green tea "Ayataka"
Hot beverages
  • Coffee
  • Green tea
  • Black tea
  • Herbal tea

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