Flights to Japan

A trip to Japan is so filled with unexpected pleasures and discoveries that it’s worth every minute you can spend there.

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Japan

Explore Japan from the skies before you take off with View from above.

Is there a country that fascinates travelers more than Japan? From sushi to anime to technology to ancient temples to cherry blossoms, there’s not a single aspect of the place that you won’t find a recent visitor raving about.

The best place to begin is Tokyo. Tokyoites work hard and play hard; at rush hour, you’ll see the street filled with suits, and later you’ll see those same suits crowded into small bars, lining up at ramen joints, and playing video games at Internet cafes. Tokyo’s uber-modern skyscrapers and shopping malls compete for space with shrines that have been in existence for centuries, and that’s what makes Tokyo so fascinating.

Check the major sights off your list, but schedule plenty of time for exploring Tokyo’s diverse and jam-packed neighborhoods, where you might find groups of costumed teenagers sipping cappuccino at a cat cafe or a Michelin-starred restaurant hidden down a quiet alleyway.

Japan’s smaller cities have lots to offer as well. Osaka has some of the country’s most outstanding food (and in Japan, that’s saying a lot) and is very modern, lively, and fun. Nagoya and Kyoto are, respectively, the country’s automobile manufacturing hub (with a couple of fascinating museums) and a homage to old Japanese traditions, replete with elegant teahouses, gardens, and temples.

The hyper-efficient transportation makes Japan a dream to travel around. The attention to detail makes it a foodie’s paradise. The customer-oriented service means you’ll be treated like royalty. And the love of nature means that even in the most industrial areas, you’ll be surrounded by snow-capped mountains or within walking distance of a quiet garden.

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Osaka

Osaka houses more than enough luxury hotels, restaurants, and other attractions to keep even the most itchy-footed of travelers entertained.

Explore Osaka
Tokyo

Tokyo’s pedestrian-filled intersections, neon-lit night scenes, and multitude of themed eateries are legendary, as is this buzzing city’s contagious energy.

Explore Tokyo

Essential Information

Before you travel
The baggage allowance for your flight will depend on your class of travel: 30 kg in Economy Class, 40 kg in Business Class, and 50 kg in First Class. For tickets issued after November 15, 2014, there’s also a maximum size for checked baggage.

Complimentary Chauffeur-drive is available in over 70 cities for our First Class and Business Class customers. We’ll take you from your home, office, or hotel to the airport and on to your next destination when you arrive.

Flights to and from Japan include a complimentary round-trip bus transfer between Osaka and Nagoya.
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