1955 - 1958

First Generation Uniform
Uniforms prepared for six cabin attendants

The uniforms were prepared for the first six cabin attendants hired by Japan Helicopter Transport Corporation, the predecessor of ANA when the DC-3 aircraft entered service.
The blue two-piece uniform, open-collared shirt, and beret were designed to resemble a "reliable woman" and modeled after the uniforms women wore in the U.S. Air Force.

1958 - 1966

Second Generation Uniform
Expressing "elegance"

A slight change from the first generation's uniform, the collarless jacket, and the tight skirt in order to express an "elegance"
A combination of a navy blue two-piece and an open-collared shirt.
In the summertime, jacket less style.

1966 - 1970

Third Generation Uniform
Uniforms with the ANA image colors.

With the arrival of the jet plane era, the airline industry was in the midst of an aviation boom.
The bright blue uniforms symbolized the image of an endless expanse in the sky.
This blue was later used as the color of the aircraft and has become firmly established as ANA's image color.
Designed by Nobuo Nakamura.

1970 - 1974

Fourth Generation Unifrom
The one-piece dress was introduced for the first time.

The image was changed to coincide with the 1970 Osaka World's Fair. One-piece dresses were introduced for the first time.
The A-line miniskirt, which was very popular then, was a distinctive feature.
The summer dress was a fresh blue and white color, and the winter dress was yellow and brown.
Designed by Jun Ashida.

1974 - 1979

Fifth Generation Uniform
Called the "Tristar Look"

The "Tristar Look" was named after the name of the aircraft adopted in 1974.
The three color variations of blue, beige, and orange, and the use of pantaloons were the talk of the town.
The pants-style uniform was only worn by the 5th generation.
Designed by Tatsuya Ito.

1979 - 1982

Sixth Generation Uniform
Newly Designed to Accompany the Inaugural "Super Jumbo" Flight

The uniform was redesigned to coincide with the launch of the Boeing 747SR (Super Jumbo).
An innovative Issey Miyake's casual design and use of colors, uncharacteristic of a "uniform"

1982 - 1990

Seventh Generation Uniform
The scarf was incorporated for the first time.

Renewed on the 30th anniversary of the company's founding.
The new uniform was a complete change from the previous uniform, with a dark blue, solidly designed double suit.
The scarf was introduced for the first time in the ANA uniform.
Designed by Jun Ashida.

1990 - 2005

Eighth Generation Unifrom
Renewed to coincide with the launch of the B747-400

Renewed to coincide with the launch of the B747-400 (Techno Jumbo).
Striped suit with a mannish image.
The blouse and scarf could be selected freely from among three colors.
After October 1998, the uniform cap was no longer worn.
Designed by Jun Ashida.

2005 - 2015

Ninth Generation Unifrom
Selected based on customer opinions

The uniform was introduced to enhance the group's sense of unity in conjunction with ANA's shift to a single brand.
Three designs were created and selected based on customer opinions during the period from June 1 to June 30, 2004.
Designed by Atsuro Tayama.

2015 -

Tenth Generation Uniform
The first foreign designer was appointed.

The back of the jacket and skirt feature a "blue line" using ANA's corporate colors.
Designed by Prabal Gurung, a foreign designer.

1968 - 1972

First Generation Uniform
Unified in blue

Ground hostesses (today's ground staff) were created at Haneda Airport and Itami Airport.
The first uniform featured the beret, which was popular at the time, and both the jacket and skirt were uniformed in blue.
Only the first generation was uniformed in one color, blue.

1972 - 1978

Second Generation Unifrom
Uniforms were renewed for the 20th anniversary of the company's founding

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the company's founding, the uniform was redesigned.
Short-sleeved bright green uniform in summer and red one-piece uniform in winter.
Designed by Jun Ashida.

1978 - 1982

Third generation of uniforms
Casual design

The casual design and coloring, which did not look like a uniform, were innovative at the time.
The light blue jacket was worn in summer and the red jacket in winter.
Designed by Issei Miyake.

1982 - 1990

Fourth Generation Uniform
Stylish design

On our 30th anniversary, we renewed our aircraft design and uniform.
A double-suited suit with the same solid design as the flight attendants' uniforms.
Designed by Jun Ashida.

1990 - 2005

Fifth Generation Uniform
Blouse and scarf now available in three colors

The uniform was redesigned to coincide with the launch of the B747-400 (Techno Jumbo).
A drastic change from the previous ones, with darker colors and a more subdued look.
The blouse and scarf were available in three colors: pink, blue, and green.
Designed by Jun Ashida.

2005 - 2015

Sixth Generation Uniform
Renewed for the first time in 15 years

Created on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the company's founding and the relocation to Haneda Airport's Terminal 2.
First renewal in 15 years, with the aim of enhancing a sense of unity among the five ANA Group companies.
The blouse and scarf were available in blue or pink.
Designed by Junro Tayama.

2015 -

Seventh Generation Uniform
Impressive blue line

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the company's founding, the uniforms were redesigned.
The blue line, the corporate color, is boldly incorporated into the back of the uniform, making ANA recognizable at a glance.
The blouse and scarf come in two colors, blue and pink.
Designed by Prabal Gurung. This is the first time a Japanese airline to appoint a foreign designer.