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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Tokyo?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $364 and $296 for one-way flights to Tokyo for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
TSA Tokyo Nov 4 - Nov 11 $364
SIN Narita Sep 1 - Sep 11 $367
BKK Tokyo Nov 2 - Nov 19 $377
YVR Narita Sep 15 - Nov 1 $405
SIN Tokyo Oct 26 - Nov 9 $427
LAX Narita Sep 27 - Sep 28 $482
HKG Tokyo Sep 1 - Sep 8 $487
HKG Narita Aug 30 - Sep 6 $491
BKK Narita Oct 9 - Oct 14 $513
SFO Tokyo Sep 29 - Oct 8 $581
SYD Narita Oct 13 - Oct 27 $603
SYD Tokyo Oct 1 - Oct 7 $650
PEK Narita Aug 31 - Sep 7 $2,106
PEK Tokyo Aug 31 - Sep 7 $2,834
TSA Narita Sep 27 - Sep 30 $3,302
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
SIN Narita Aug 15 - Sep 14 $452
LAX Narita Aug 15 - Aug 30 $648
LAX Tokyo Aug 16 - Aug 26 $688
SFO Narita Aug 15 - Aug 25 $790
SFO Tokyo Aug 16 - Sep 5 $970
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flight Review

Mar 15, 2020

Beside the lack of food selection, the flight overall experience is great.

Mar 11, 2020

Nice easy flight always fly with this company

Feb 29, 2020

JAL is highly professional.

Feb 27, 2020

The good service they provided for my wife needed for a wheel chair from airport to airport! Thank you!

Feb 23, 2020

Service was friendly and attentive. Possibly best airline food ever

Feb 23, 2020

Good flight

Feb 22, 2020

The meals were not good.

Feb 22, 2020

The app you forc d me to use for the initial checks n for the Roanoke to Chicago leg of this trip failed. Would not take a photo of my passport.

Feb 21, 2020

VN honored my Delta Gold Medallion status for me and my spouse even though we had economy class seats

Feb 21, 2020

Flight attendant Chuck provided wonderful service. Very warm and welcoming.

Feb 2, 2020

Definitely fly for them again

Feb 1, 2020

Excellent experience.

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Tokyo Flight Information

Traveling toTokyo
Lowest Price$364
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingHawaiian Airlines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines
Number of Daily Flights
Airlines with Direct Flights

FAQs about Tokyo Flights

Which airlines fly to Tokyo?

There are a lot of airline companies that advertise flights to Tokyo — 43 to be specific. Sought-after ones include:

  • SriLankan Airlines
  • Japan Transocean Air
  • Japan Airlines
What airport is best to fly into Tokyo?

Home to two airports, you have options when flying into Tokyo. Bear in mind where you're staying and spending most of your time, as this may help sway which flights you choose. Tokyo Airport (HND-Haneda) is 9 miles (14 kilometers) from all the hustle and bustle downtown, while Tokyo Airport (NRT-Narita Intl.) is approximately 37 miles (60 kilometers) away.

Places to visit in Tokyo

Spending some time in Tokyo and searching for new places to take some selfies? Why not head over to the Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Imperial Palace? These world-famous attractions make stunning backdrops!

Sightseers will want to take a look at Tsukiji Fish Market and Yasukuni Shrine. Need more things to do in this bustling city? The Tokyo National Museum and Yoyogi Park should keep you busy.

Throw around a Frisbee and enjoy the green spaces at Ueno Park. You might even like to bring a picnic and really make an afternoon of it. Want some more options? Examine the hues and colors of the works of art featured at Mori Art Museum. And that's not all there is. Learning more about the history of a place at Edo-Tokyo Museum will help you become more understanding of the land and its citizens during your stay.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Tokyo

These useful tips and hints about airport security will save you a lot of time on your trip to Tokyo:

  • Have your boarding pass and travel ID easily accessible. They'll be the first things you'll be asked for by airport security.
  • Wallets, belts and wrist watches are to be placed in a tray for X-raying. If you walk into the body scanner with any one of these items, you'll be instructed to turn back and remove them.
  • All laptops need to be taken out of their carry bags and placed in a tub prior to being X-rayed.
  • Traveling with your favorite perfume? As long as it's no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and it's stored in a clear zip-lock bag, you can keep it with you in your carry-on luggage.
  • Security personnel may ask you to take off your shoes for the body scanner. Pick a pair that slip off easily. There's nothing more annoying than having to do your laces up again and again.
  • The list of non-permissible items is forever updating. Check with your carrier's official website to find out what is not allowed on board their aircraft.

Flights To Tokyo

If you crave a combination of ancient civilizations and constant innovation, then catch the next flight to Tokyo (HND), where you’ll explore opulent palaces and rub elbows with technology mavens. As you fly toward Tokyo Bay, check out the eclectic skyline of shiny high-rises, lush city parks, and classic shrines. You’ll love the energy of the streets, and the quiet gardens where you can meditate and recharge between shopping till you drop on Takeshita Street.

Transportation From HND

Once you’ve booked your plane tickets to Tokyo, get to work filling your itinerary, because you’ll need a game plan and a comfortable home base. Hotels near Haneda Airport are easily accessible via taxi, rail, and bus—plus, they’re likely to share the same bay views you gushed over before landing. To start your visit with a trip to city center, you can catch one of two major metro rail lines from your terminal. Both airport terminals are serviced by the Keikyu Line and the Tokyo Monorail, which provide the city with one of the most efficient public transit systems in the world. Buses are also available if you prefer a street-level commute. You can purchase tickets on the first floor of each terminal and meet your ride curbside. If you’re going straight from baggage claim to Edo Castle, why not reserve a limo and make a grand entrance?

Go Exploring

From avant-garde cuisines to a tech industry that just won’t quit, Tokyo has a reputation for extremes, and those come with high price tags. Fortunately, you can book cheap flights to Tokyo with Travelocity. Reserve hotel accommodations in Tokyo and airfare in the same place and save even more on Tokyo vacation packages, and remember, a stroll through the Jindai Botanical Garden is priceless.

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Tokyo? Check out our Tokyo travel guide!

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.