Japan Airlines (JAL) has introduced a clothing rental service called "Any Wear, Anywhere" to make travel more convenient and sustainable. The service allows international travelers to rent sets of clothing, instead of carrying their own, which can reduce baggage weight, carbon emissions, and the hassle of packing and laundering. JAL aims to track the weight reductions in baggage and the corresponding reduction in carbon dioxide emissions and inform its customers accordingly. The initiative aligns with the growing global movement toward sustainable tourism. JAL plans to create an environment where travelers can rely on local options for clothing, food, and accommodation, thereby transforming travel and business trips into more sustainable experiences.