Flights to Tokyo

How to find cheap flights to Tokyo

Finding cheap flights to Tokyo is not mission impossible anymore. Here on Skyscanner we will search hundreds of airlines and travel agents and show you the best Tokyo flight deals available online. Not long ago no one could even dream of a round-trip ticket for less than $680 - that’s less than ₪2,400.

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Airports with direct flights to Tokyo

There are no direct flights to Tokyo from Israel, but here on, we will find the best Tokyo flight deals via stopovers.

Airports in Tokyo

Tokyo is serviced by two airports, so you should check with the airline which operates your last leg in which one you are expected to arrive. Some airlines operate flights to both airports, so it’s extra important especially on your return flight.

Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND): most flights to Tokyo-Haneda Airport as a final destination arrive at the International Terminal unless your last leg is operated via domestic flight. The bus ticket offices are located at Arrival Lobby 2F, as well as car rental agencies. If you are planning to rent a car, check our offers on Skyscanner’s Car Rental. The airport is located 14 km south of central Tokyo, and you can find out more about all travel options and costs at the tourist information center located in the same place. At the ground floor, you can find self-service bus ticket kiosks, as well as the bus station. The monorail service to central Tokyo departs from the station on the 3rd floor of the arrivals hall.

Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT): This airport is located 60 km east of Tokyo city center. The airport has three passenger terminal, with Terminal 3 serving low-cost airlines. Skyliner will take you to Tokyo in 47 minutes including one transfer, With Narita Express you will be in the city in 51 minutes, and the duration of the ride by High-Speed Bus is 60 minutes. Renting a car? Don’t book anything before you see the deals on Skyscanner’s Car Rental.

When to go to Tokyo?

The summers in Tokyo are warm and rainy, with over 30 degrees. It’s not an ideal season to visit the capital of Japan, but then you can find cheap tickets to Tokyo. In the beginning and middle of November, the leaves change their color from yellow to orange to intense red, turning the gardens and nature reserves into a stunning view. The most popular season is the end of March/beginning of April when the cherry blossom goes in full power.

What to see and do in Tokyo?

Tokyo is a vibrant, hectic, lively, ultra-modern and exciting city that you cannot allow yourself to miss. A trip to Tokyo is a once in a lifetime experience; you need to see it to believe it!

The fashion is something you’ve never seen, add to that the technology, the shopping malls, the skyscrapers, the hyper-urban living they all will take your breath away.

But there is also a traditional side to this city, and if you are visiting in December don’t skip Chichibu Yomatsuri. It’s held every year on December 2-3. The Chichibu Night Festival is considered one of Japan's top three festivals to feature floats, which are ornately decorated with lanterns, tapestries, and gilded wood carvings and are accompanied by drum and flute music. Oh, there are fireworks too!

Hotels rooms in Tokyo are running out quickly during the high season, check the fantastic offers on Skyscanner’s Hotels.

This information is correct as of September 2017

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Airports near Tokyo

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Tokyo: Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda.
Okay Airways, Bangkok Airways, Scoot, Tianjin Airlines, Nordwind Airlines, Thai Airways, Garuda Indonesia and Austrian Airlines all fly non-stop to Tokyo.
The cheapest month to fly to Tokyo is April.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.