Ana launches her new cabins with a famous Japanese architect


Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and British design firm Acumen have created a unique cabin that reflects Japanese culture and the spirit of ANA by combining traditional Japanese designs with Western design and the latest technology.

These new products are the result of a close 5-year collaboration with the famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma (many projects in France in particular) and the British design firm Acumen. They have created a unique cabin that reflects the Japanese culture and spirit of ANA by combining traditional Japanese designs with Western design and the latest technology.

Technological innovations have been designed to provide maximum comfort for passengers when sleeping, reading, eating or entertaining. Thus ANA offers, in a world exclusive on board an aircraft, screens in 4K resolution in THE Suite and THE Room cabins.

In addition, in business class, passengers enjoy, as in first class, a private cabin that can be adjusted as desired thanks to sliding partitions. They can dine together or work with colleagues and then isolate themselves to sleep in their even more spacious private space.

In all classes, the MY Sky Channel entertainment system allows passengers to create their play list before boarding and to connect with their own smartphone to control the system or to use it as a second screen.

 





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