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Futuristic, fast-paced Tokyo is a neon-filled sight to behold. It sprawls impossibly, changing personalities from neighbourhood to neighbourhood as traditional Japan meets rows of shiny new towers where laneways house tiny, concealed cocktail bars, modern art galleries and a vibrant, top-class food scene of sushi, ramen and fine dining. The transport is breathtakingly efficient, making it very easy to explore this city top to toe. Tokyo cheap flights are available from a number of reputable airlines. Look for deals year round, it’s never a bad time to travel this 24-hour city.
Tokyo’s largest entertainment district sees some 3 million people pass through its train station every day. Glittering lights light a maze of bars, karaoke joints and jazz clubs.
This renowned fashion district is the pinnacle of shopping where the street fashion is just as captivating as the architecturally-designed boutiques.
The world’s largest collection of Japanese art including samurai swords, elaborate handmade kimono, ancient pottery and Buddhist sculptures.
Currently, May/2021 is the lowest-price time of year to take a flight to Tokyo. You will pay the most in September/2020.
ANA, Qantas Airways, Japan Airlines, Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Air Japan have non-stop flights from Australia to Tokyo.
Philippine Airlines is the cheapest airline that flies to Tokyo from Australia.
Qatar Airways is the best airline to fly to Tokyo from Australia. If you want direct flights then ANA is the best. AirAsia is the best budget airline.