Frankfurt to Osaka on Lufthansa First Class
This is a continuation of the Japan Trip Report. You can read more here:
Booking Lufthansa First Class Using United Miles
Lufthansa First Class Denver to Frankfurt
Lufthansa First Class Terminal Frankfurt
I didn’t really think the second flight would be that eventful, especially in comparison to pulling up on the tarmac in a Porsche.
But I was wrong. I was rushing to try to get some good pictures before the other first class passengers arrived.
The flight attendant approached us and welcomed us and offered a drink. She then told us to feel free to use any seats as we were the only two first class passengers! We had the entire upper deck of the plane to ourselves! We also had two dedicated flight attendants who did an AMAZING job.
Since we had boarded slightly early and were the only two first class passengers we decided to push our luck and ask if it was possible to see the flight deck located directly in front of the first class cabin. We were expecting a polite no, but were amazed when they said yes! The pilot was very friendly and asked about our trip, and mentioned that they weren’t as uptight as Americans about seeing the cockpit. It was very, very neat.
We returned to our seats (and beds!) and enjoyed our welcome drinks. We received more pajamas, slippers, menus and another identical Rimowa amenity kit as well.
For the flight to Osaka, we opted for the traditional Japanese meal to get started on our trip to Japan! We still enjoyed caviar prior to the meal.
The level of detail was amazing. The butter even had the words First Class on it!
I kind of want a set of the mini Lufthansa salt and pepper shakers now too. The japanese meal was delicious, although honestly we had to refer to the menu often to find out what we were actually eating.
Here’s the Western Menu:
And here’s the Japanese Meal Menu:
We both ordered the Japanese Meal and enjoyed it.