15 Essentials For Your Next Flight

It's time for a vacation! But before you get there, it’s likely that you’ll have to bear sitting still in a narrow, cramped airplane seat for many hours. But fear not, here are our favorite products to make your flight a little more endurable and comfortable.

Two words: crying babies.

It doesn’t take up much space or weight in your bag, and keeps you fully hydrated. What's not to like?

Compression socks help increase circulation and prevent your legs from swelling. No longer will your legs ache when you stand up after a cramped 10-hour flight!

"I'm not usually a big fan of this travel pillows, least of all inflatable ones. This one? This one is great. Amazingly comfortable, easy to blow up and deflate but best part? It's unbelievably tiny when deflated and in its cute case. Great design." -

Hear nothing. See nothing. Sounds like a dream come true.

Hammock Footrest

 ¥32.45

Economy class seats don't always come with built-in footrests, which should probably be illegal. Place your legs in a less tiring position and get a bit of that first class experience with this portable foot rest!

Travel Cosmetic Bags

 From¥20.69

Bring some cosmetics on board to freshen up after an exhausting flight. Even if the only person that is going to see you outside the airport is a grumpy taxi driver.

The worst breath of all is the breath one has after a breakfast, lunch and dinner of airplane food.

First Aid Bag

¥24.05

Painkillers, eyedrops, sleeping aids... your own personal pharmacy is very necessary on a long flight.

Cover up that "airplane smell” with deodorant. You all know what we're talking about.

Clean the dirt and grime on your face with a simple wipe.

It’s weird how tangled hair can get even if you aren't moving around. Use a small hair brush to keep you neat!

"Only way I can sleep on the plane. Seriously best purchase." -

Offer a piece (forcefully) to your neighbor with bad breath.

Who says plane flights have to be boring? Share a cocktail or two with your neighbor and tell them your entire life story. Who knows, maybe it could get you a cocktail buddy for life.