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Cheap Flights To Tokyo

Tokyo is a city that hangs onto its history even as it is forging into a future filled with tiny electronics and blistering nightlife. What we’re saying is you can relax in front of a shrine, and then go get hyped at a club surrounded by young people dressed in neon Hello Kitty gear. What else could you ask for on holiday? Don’t say Toky-no when you could say Toky-yes (we’ll see ourselves out).

Sound like a good time? Get cheap flights to Tokyo from, and soon you’ll be watching the Tokyo Tower come into view from your window seat.

Getting Around Tokyo

Most international flights to Tokyo land at Narita International Airport (NRT), which is about 72km from the city centre. Getting to your hotel is as easy as talking yourself into a sake bomb: Grab a taxi or hop on a train. Once you’re checked in, the Tokyo metro and railway system are popular ways to get around.

When You Land…

If you’re on one of the many Tokyo flights landing early in the day, you can beat your jet lag at the Senso-Ji or Meiji Jingu temples. If all that serenity starts to lull you into an early afternoon nap, you better head over to Tsukiji Market. The smell of fresh seafood and buzzing energy of the crowd will definitely liven you up. Hopefully you’re not so sleep-deprived that you accidentally bid at the tuna auction.

Of course, many holidays to Tokyo begin when your plane touches down in the evening. The nightlife in Ginza and Kabuki-cho will get you right in the swing of things.

Live Like a Local

Pop culture is all the rage in Tokyo, and it’s about more than singing girl groups and cookie-cutter love songs. They go beyond Bieber, you might say. Wander through the streets of Harajuku in Tokyo to see the latest in “out there” Japanese fashion and you might just bump into someone wearing a giant furry mascot-like costume in the middle of the day. As one does.

Book your Tokyo accommodation and flights on, and you’ll be standing beneath cherry blossoms with sake in hand in no time.