Flights to Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo is served by 2 international air facilities, Narita and Haneda Airports. Narita Airport is located further from the city centre than Haneda, and is the main international gateway into Tokyo - long-haul international flights will most likely touch down in Narita Airport. Haneda Airport, on the other hand, receives more short-haul regional flights as well as the majority of the city’s domestic arrivals.
- Narita Airport is situated about 60 kilometres from Tokyo. A taxi ride from the airport to the city would take around 90 minutes at a fare of about JPY 15,000-20,000 (SGD 185-245).
- Haneda Airport is located only around 30 kilometres from Tokyo, half the distance of Narita. A taxi ride to the city should cost around JPY 5,000-10,000 (SGD 60-120) and take about half an hour.
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Best Time to Visit Tokyo
Being in Tokyo in the first blush of spring is an experience to behold - the sun is out, rain is unlikely, temperature a wonderfully cool 15-20°C and, best of all, the delicate cherry blossoms are in bloom. ’Tis the season for frolicking and picnicking in the Shinjuku Gardens surrounded by a blanket of pretty pastel pinks, reds, whites and purples.
In the magical months of March to April you’ll find that even local folk are in especially good spirits with the appearance of their beloved sakura flowers, so get your camera ready and book your ticket now - this is Tokyo’s most popular season by far, so you’ll find that good flights and hotel rooms are snapped up in a flash.
Things to do in Tokyo
If Japan is a foodie’s paradise then being in Tokyo must be like Nirvana itself. The delights (and health benefits) of authentic Japanese food are offered around every corner, and it's hard to find a plate of sashimi or dish of sushi that doesn’t measure up to the stringent standards locals hold for their food. Besides eating, there’s tons to do and see in Tokyo as well - go nuts shopping in Shibuya and Ginza, discover one of the world’s finest fish markets at Tsukiji and admire the delicate architectural beauty of the city’s many ancient Japanese temples and shrines.
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Airports near Tokyo
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