In Haneda, you wont have to go to find a vending machine that sells plane meals

But we can see why youd want to!

But heres what youd havent planned to?!

Japan-language reporter P.K. Sanjun finally had to try in-flight meals at Tokyos Haneda Airport in a vending machine. He eats them so much thats been going all the way to Hanedawhich can take as long as 50 minutes from our office depending on which train you catchevery once in awhile to buy some.

Does Haneda sell airplane food? – CNN reporter Sato. But a well-known Mr Sato said, What are you going in asagaya for just getting to Asagaya?!

Tokyo’s Asagaya vending machines have a cluster, just a 8-minute train ride from the office, where the very same in-flight meal vending machine awaits. Isnt it cool you dont have to go all the way to Haneda?!Mr Sato asked, and to prove his point, he went back to Asagaya to let it go for yourself.

Icones of vending machines named Gorio Mall, a shopping center that lies under alku Asagaya overpass. Gorio Mall opened Oct 11 this year so when P.K. visited Haneda vending machine in June, it hadnt yet been open yet, so his naivety, in this case, is excusable.

Ten vending machines in vending machine mall sell frozen food items: beef tongue, okonomiyaki, gyoza, eel, ramen, sweets, ice cream, pizza, pasta, Asian foods, and, of course, in-flight dishes. And I think you could never find anything that you might ever want to eat here.

Asian Cuisine vending machine had in-flight meal vending machine at the door. In-flight Meals of the World, it was called Food you can only eat on international flights!

Loco Moco, Coq au vin, Prawn Yuzu Kosho Cream Sauce, Huli-Huli Chicken and Paella were among dishes available. P.K. favorite Coq au vin sold out but cant stop singing praises to everyone he meets.

Mr. Sato decided to try Loco Moco and Huli-Huli Chicken, which P.K. hadnt tried yet. Each one cost 1,000 yen (US$7.53).

They looked like before he brought them back to office and taken them from cooler bags.

Next, you use your microwave’s defrosting mode for 5 minutes for heat and cook four minutes (if your microwave is 500 Watts). The dishes are taken off the microwave and on on the bag. Mr Sato rises first on Loco Moco.

The bright colors of the purple cabbage and avocado are particularly unappetizing, he had to admit, but didnt look too good.

However to his surprise, the hamburg steak really was really nice! The soft, soft texture ensures it’s rich. Very nice as far as frozen foods go.

Traditional Hawaiian dish Huli-Huli Chicken had a bit more balance to its colors.

The pineapple bits on top of the chicken looked a little sad, but that was okay.

Surprisingly, the chicken in this dish was also quite tasty. It was tender and had a nice balance of sweet and sweet flavors.

Both made them very good for being called airplane food as far as main dishes go! One factor: a bento costs just 1,000 yen each. Despite the level of uniqueness they get points but they also pay a penny less than regular. And because theys both pretty tasty and quite novel, we could see why youd want toand why it’d be worthwhile going to Haneda to try them.

At least now no need to!

If you can get to Asagaya, just give that one a chance if its in stock! Why not test the gyoza you can buy in a unmanned store while you are there?

Gorio Mall / Tokyo-to Suginami-ku Asagaya 2-4-1 alku Asagaya Section 9-10 240-1 910 Open 24 Hours

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