Direct flights to Tokyo
With fast bullet trains, historic temples and many enormous shopping arcades, Tokyo has everything that you would expect in a leading Japanese city. Find all direct flights to Narita Airport in Tokyo here.
Narita International Airport is the largest airport in Japan. In total there are 114 airports with direct flights to Tokyo from 42 different countries and 15 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for ANA and JAL . You can easily reach Tokyo with daily non-stop flights from 33 other major hubs like Seoul (Korean Air), Shanghai (Air China) and Guam (United).
Non-stop routes to NRT:
Tokyo, the capital of Japan with a mind boggling population of over 12 million, is well known for its bustling atmosphere and neon lights. Despite its number of residents and lack of space, Tokyo is one of the safest and hospitable cities in the world with a very low crime rate and a real sense of community and willingness to welcome and assist visitors.
Find a direct flight to Tokyo
The main airport at Narita has superb connections with cities all over the world and is served by all of the major airlines. Japan boasts the world’s second largest economy as well as being the centre for many well-known multinational companies so Tokyo is an important destination for business travellers as well as tourists.
No matter which airport you are traveling from, the most convenient option is always to choose a direct flight. Among the links below you find popular direct connections to Narita – please use the links to see all flight options from each airport.
From the US
- Direct flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Narita (NRT)
- Direct flights from Honolulu (HNL) to Narita (NRT)
- Direct flights from San Francisco (SFO) to Narita (NRT)
- Direct flights from Seattle (SEA) to Narita (NRT)
- Direct flights from Houston (IAH) to Narita (NRT)
From other Asian airports
- Direct flights from Seoul (ICN) to Narita (NRT)
- Direct flights from Hong Kong (HKG) to Narita (NRT)
- Direct flights from Taipei (TPE) to Narita (NRT)
- Direct flights from Bangkok (BKK) to Narita (NRT)
- Direct flights from Hanoi (HAN) to Narita (NRT)
What not to miss in Tokyo
Tokyo is one of the world’s trend-setting hotspots – all the latest designer gear, hi-tech gadgets and technology can be found here. Peruse the menus and marvel at the huge choice of restaurants serving a myriad of cuisines and sample some cocktails in the hippest bars and trendiest clubs.
Shopping is a favourite pastime of the Japanese, all of the top-end designers have boutiques and shops in Tokyo and the Japanese passion for vending machines means that shopping is really a 24/7 pursuit. The city of Tokyo is an urban sprawl of tightly packed buildings; however the back streets are more typical of the rest of Japan with timber houses lining the narrow streets.
Tokyo is full of cultural treasures and experiences, some of the most poplar attractions include the famous Meiji Shrine dedicated to the Emperor Meiji set in acres of beautiful grounds, the Asakusa Kannon Temple – Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple and the Imperial Palace with its stunning gardens.
How to find a cheap flight to Tokyo
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What to expect – weather and climate
The former city of Tokyo and the majority of mainland Tokyo lie in the humid subtropical climate zone, with hot humid summers and generally mild winters with cool spells. The region, like much of Japan, experiences a one-month seasonal lag, with the warmest month being August, which averages 27.5 °C, and the coolest month being January, averaging 6.0 °C.
Annual rainfall averages nearly 1,530 millimetres (60.2 in), with a wetter summer and a drier winter. Snowfall is sporadic, but does occur almost annually. Tokyo also often sees typhoons each year, though few are strong.