Cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo
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- Mon 2 DecTLVHNDTue 10 DecHNDTLVLufthansaIndirectfrom $584
- Sun 1 DecTLVNRTSun 8 DecHNDTLVSWISS + LufthansaIndirectfrom $584
- Thu 5 DecTLVHNDFri 13 DecHNDTLVLufthansaIndirectfrom $584
Flight information Tel Aviv to Tokyo
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Average flight time, total distance 9197 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda
Frequently asked questions
All you need to know about flights from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport TLV to Tokyo NRT and HND
Airlines that fly from Tel Aviv to Tokyo
There are no direct flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo. However, on Skyscanner, we will find for you endless options of flying via connecting flights. For example, you can fly with LOT via Warsaw, Lufthansa via Munich, EL AL to destinations in Asia and continue with local airlines, or with Hainan Airlines via Beijing.
Terminal Information - Departing
All flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo depart from Terminal 3 at Ben Gurion Airport TLV נתב”ג - נמל התעופה בן גוריון. The train station is located just outside the terminal at level -1. Before your long journey, you can feed your hunger at the food court. You can buy gifts at the Duty-Free stores and shop for gadgets, clothes, shoes, and sportswear.
Ben Gurion Airport has a large electronics store which offers $200 tax-free sales. Free unlimited Wifi is provided so that you can stay connected until you board the plane. Automated machines with drinks are spread across the airport. If you hold a premium credit card, you can relax at the Dan Lounges. If you are an Elite member of the Matmid Club of EL AL, try the luxurious King David Lounge.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Tokyo has two airports; check with the airline that operates your last leg in which one you are expected to arrive. Some airlines operate flights to both airports.
Tokyo Haneda Airport HND: most flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo Haneda Airport HND as a final destination arrive at the International Terminal. The bus ticket offices are located at Arrival Lobby 2F, as well as car rental agencies. The airport is 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 serves 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. Check the exact location depending on the terminal of your arrival. There is a shuttle between terminals.
Things you should know
Israeli passport holders on flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo don’t need to apply for a tourist visa to Japan in advance. Travelers will get a 90-day visa upon arrival. However, the authorities may grant a shorter time for your visit. You will have to present at borders control your trip plans, including addresses of the hotels you are staying at, and a sufficient fund for the duration of the journey.
Useful Information about Tokyo
The time in Tokyo is 7 hours ahead of Tel Aviv. It means that when the time in Israel is 12:00, in Tokyo it is 19:00. The summer season is hot and sometimes rainy, the winters are freezing. The currency is Yen - ¥.
In general, consumer prices in Tokyo are around 9% higher than in Tel Aviv. However, a three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant is 35% cheaper, and beers are 47%-56% cheaper. Clothing and shoes are also less expensive by up to 40%. However, you will be shocked at the prices of fruits and vegetables at the supermarket - up to 5 times more expensive than Tel Aviv. One way ticket for local transport is over 10% more expensive, but taxis are way more costly: the start tariff is 35% higher, each km of the ride is 290% more expensive.
Gardens, zoos, museums and a fantastic architecture, here are our recommendations for must-visit in Tokyo: Odaiba - Science museum and amusement park, Sensō-ji, Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Disneyland, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo DisneySea, Harajuku, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Ueno Park, Tokyo Tower, Roppongi, Shinjuku Gyo-en, Tsukiji fish market, Yoyogi Park, Mount Takao, Ueno Zoo with over 2,600 animals, Hamarikyu Gardens, Ghibli Museum.
How to find cheap flights to Tokyo
Flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo normally cost more than $782 (₪2,820). However, if you are flexible enough, you can find cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo - around $667 (less than ₪2,410) round-trip. Just remember that prices change regularly, sometimes even more than once a day. Search “whole month” to find the cheapest flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo.
The best time to book your cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Tokyo is 23 weeks before your desired vacation dates. The cheapest months to find Tel Aviv Tokyo flights are May and June; these two months are 10% cheaper on average. One more tip from Skyscanner experts: sign up for Price Alert, and we’ll notify you by email when the price changes. Read more on how to book cheap flights to Tokyo here.
This information is correct as of June 2018
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.