As airlines compete with each other for premium passengers, international business class cabins are becoming more and more luxurious, and come closer to what premium seats look like.
For airlines that still offer international first class, the difference between first class and business class can cost thousands of dollars – so there is a need to make the top product clear enough to manage that prize prize.
Aside from larger and more private seats, the most important way to do that is: offer more over-the-top service, with sumptuous meals, top-of-the-range water, and champagne that usually sell for hundreds of dollars.
During the winter, my wife and I used our credit card points to book $ 20,000 round-trip tickets to Tokyo at the Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) for around $ 250 each ̵
From sashimi, to waygu steak seared to a perfect medium, to a perfect miso soup, here's what it's like to eat in first class.