Before each meal, we got a warm cloth to wash up before eating (this is customary in Japan.) Our first meal was a chicken and rice type thing. The menu had said it was chicken and mashed potatoes, but it was definitely rice.
I let the flight attendant know I especially liked the dessert brownie so she brought me 2 more. The person in front of us overheard and also gave me her brownie. I'm perfectly happy with 4 desserts! Alcohol was complimentary throughout the flight so John and I relaxed with beer and wine.
Each seat on the plane was equipped with a tv screen that provides free access to tons of movies, tv shows, games, and other things of that sort. We watched The Penguins of Madagascar then we started a Hobbit marathon - I stopped watching after 1 1/2 of the 3 movies to get some sleep, but John watched all 3. I ended up watching my favorite parts of Into the Woods and Frozen and then watched Lost in Translation.
Our last meal was breakfast and it was not the omelet the menu promised, but rather a quiche thing. It was fine, though. It also came with a roll, fruit, and chocolate.
Overall, the flight was very smooth and uneventful. We saw Mt Fuji as we landed and that was pretty cool! People around us (and me) were kind of unsure if the plane had actually landed because the landing was so incredibly smooth and quiet!
More to come on our adventures at the airport!