Flights to Tokyo

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Last minute flights to Tokyo

Departure Thu, 18 Jan Return Thu, 25 Jan
LHR London
NRT Tokyo
return from £390
Departure Mon, 22 Jan Return Sat, 27 Jan
MAN Manchester
NRT Tokyo
return from £480
Departure Wed, 24 Jan Return Tue, 30 Jan
DMK Bangkok
NRT Tokyo
return from £297
Departure Thu, 08 Feb Return Mon, 12 Feb
HIJ Hiroshima
NRT Tokyo
return from £104
Popular flight routes to Tokyo
London - Tokyo
return from £403
Manchester - Tokyo
return from £485
Bangkok - Tokyo
return from £372
Brussels - Tokyo
return from £457
Osaka - Tokyo
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Birmingham - Tokyo
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Trips to Tokyo

Tokyo travel

Tokyo, Japan's capital, is a sprawling metropolis that combines modern life with the traditions of an ancient culture. It is a densely populated city making it one of the most populous in the world. Tokyo is known for its highly developed technology sector, sophisticated trains, delicious cuisine, markets and shopping. What started as a fishing village named Edo is now a trendy urban centre and a fascinating travel destination that boasts of a rich culture. It is not difficult to comprehend why flights to Tokyo are popular with visitors aiming to discover the delights of the city.

Things to do and places to see in Tokyo

Perhaps the most exciting thing about Tokyo is the bustle of activities that happen in the city. Cross a street and you will feel that you are part of that society of cultures that go about their daily lives. Visit quirky museums, hunt for vintage outfits, prepare your tempura yourself at a restaurant or shop at high end stores. Meditate at a shrine, enjoy soothing hot springs and watch a kabuki play. When taking cheap flights to Tokyo be sure to pack a good travel guide, the plane ride is a perfect moment to know this city a bit better.

When visiting Tokyo, be sure to:

  • Go to Asakusa and get a feel of old Tokyo
  • Climb the Tokyo Skytree, an observation tower with spectacular views.
  • Trace Japan's history at the Tokyo National Museum
  • Roam on the grounds of the Imperial Palace and Gardens
  • Shop at Ginza, a premier shopping district
  • Visit the Tsukiji Fish Market and be amazed at the volume of ocean produce that's being traded
  • Browse through the electronic and otaku goods at Akihabara
  • Have fun at the Tokyo Dome City, a popular entertainment district
  • Relax at the Imperial East Gardens
  • Explore the Harajuku area with its displays of youth fashion
  • Escape to Mount Takao in West Tokyo for some quiet time
  • Take time to browse through the anime goodies at the Mandarake Complex

Tokyo airports

Passengers who are on trips to Tokyo may land at one of two airports: Narita International Airport and Tokyo International Airport or Haneda. Both airports handle international flights, but Haneda has the advantage of being closer to Tokyo city.

  • Narita International Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers at this airport are: All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines and Delta Air Lines.


    The airport is located 65km from Tokyo city centre.

    Transport options

    The Narita Sky Access, Keisei and JR trains will take you to the airport. Regular bus services are available from Narita to Tokyo City Air Terminal and the Greater Tokyo area. Another means of getting from the airport to the city centre is by taxi.

  • Tokyo International Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers flying in and out of Haneda Airport are the following: All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines and Skymark Airlines.


    The airport is located approximately 15km from the city.

    Transport options

    The airport is accessible by using the Keikyu and Tokyo Monorail as well as taxis. Bus services are operated by the Airport Transport Service and Keihin Express Bus. By car, drive Route 1 and the Shuto Expressway.

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