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Cheap Flights to Japan

Travel information for flights to Japan

You can easily find cheap flights to Japan because of its popularity as a travel destination. Domestic and international airports are spread across its 47 prefectures. Some of the biggest and busiest in terms of passenger traffic are Haneda Airport and Narita International Airport in Tokyo, Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Fukuoka Airport in Fukuoka, New Chitose Airport in Sapporo, and Naha Airport in Okinawa. All these major airports in Japan offer nothing but excellent facilities, impressive shopping and dining options, and unique cultural experiences. These Japan airports are already destinations of their own, what more when you go out and start your Japan trip?

Flights to Tokyo

Tokyo is the capital city of Japan where the seat of government is located. This bustling metropolis is served by two main airports: Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport. Some airlines with direct flights to Tokyo are ANA (All Nippon Airways), Japan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and Delta.

Flights to Osaka

Osaka is known as Japan’s food paradise and the main gateway to the Kansai region. It is served by Kansai International Airport with airlines flying regularly such as Singapore Airlines, Scoot, and Jetstar Asia.

Flights to Sapporo

Those looking for a winter holiday in usually Japan fly to Sapporo during the winter season (December to February). The New Chitose Airport serves Sapporo and its surrounding areas in the Hokkaido prefecture. Some airlines with connecting flights to Sapporo are ANA (All Nippon Airways), Japan Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Jetstar Asia, Scoot and Thai Airways.

Why plan a trip to Japan

Japan is almost always associated with sakura (cherry blossoms), sushi, anime and samurai. These are valid and enticing reasons to plan a Japan trip, but The “Land of the Rising Sun” definitely has so much more to offer!

For starters, the capital city of Tokyo will already give you the quintessential Japanese experiences. From modern structures to ancient shrines and authentic Japanese food – Tokyo has it all. Top things to do in Tokyo include going to the Shibuya Crossing, anime shopping at the Electric Town of Akihabara, seeing Harajuku cosplayers, sightseeing at the Imperial Gardens, and going to Tokyo Disneyland. A day trip to Mt. Fuji’s viewing spots is also a must!

Craving for more Japanese food? Grab cheap flights to Japan’s culinary haven, Osaka. Begin your gastronomic adventure in Dotonbori where you can munch on cheap street food such as kushikatsu, takoyaki, tempura, and okonomiyaki. From Osaka, hop on a train to Kyoto and immerse in Japan’s deeper cultural side. Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine, Nijo Castle, Kinkaku-ji (The Golden Pavilion), Kyoto Imperial Palace, and Gion are among the top Kyoto attractions. Other regions worth exploring on your next Japan trip would be Okinawa for beach getaways, Sapporo for winter activities, and Fukuoka for its tonkotsu ramen.

Best time to visit Japan

The best time to visit Japan usually depends on your travel interests. Many visitors book air tickets to Japan in spring (March to May) in time for hanami (sakura viewing), and autumn (September to November) for the beautiful autumn foliage. Summer (June to September) is also great if you want to enjoy Japan’s beaches and summer festivals. Winter (December to February) lets you engage in winter activities like ice skating, skiing and snowboarding. Onsens (springs) are also best enjoyed during this cold period.

Japan travel budget

Japan’s currency is the Japanese Yen (JPY). The average daily travel budget ranges from JPY3,500 (SGD44) up to JPY18,500 (SGD230). The average meal prices range from JPY700 (SGD8) to JPY 1200 (SGD15). Accommodations in Japan could range from less than JPY2,000 (SGD25) per person in a guest house to over JPY50,000 (SGD620) in a high-end hotel.

Airlines that fly to Japan

Airline

Type

Arrival Airport

ANA (All Nippon Airways)

Direct

Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda

Japan Airlines

Direct

Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda

Singapore Airlines

Direct

Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda

Delta

Direct

Tokyo Narita

Scoot

Direct

Osaka Kansai

Jetstar Asia

Connecting

Tokyo Narita

Cathay Pacific

Connecting

Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda

Major airlines that fly to Japan include ANA (All Nippon Airways), Japan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Delta. They have direct regular flights from Singapore to Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport in Tokyo. Scoot offers direct flights to Osaka, departing from Singapore at 10.20am and arriving in Kansai International Airport at 6pm.

Airports in Japan

Some of Japan’s main airports are Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Kansai International Airport in Osaka, New Chitose Airport in Sapporo, Fukuoka Airport in Fukuoka, Naha Airport in Okinawa, and Chubu Centrair International Airport in Nagoya.

Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport are the main gateways to Japan; both airports serve airlines with direct flights from Singapore to Tokyo. Osaka’s Kansai International Airport also has several direct flights while connecting flights should be taken to reach Sapporo’s New Chitose Airport.

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Information is accurate as of 27 May 2019.

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