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Cheap Flights to Tokyo, Japan. Return Flights.

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Route Cheapest Adult Fare
Route Cheapest Adult Fare
Perth (PER) to Tokyo$455Select
Sydney (SYD) to Tokyo$466Select
Melbourne (MEL) to Tokyo$472Select
Brisbane (BNE) to Tokyo$646Select

Tokyo (All Airports) Travel Information

With a population of over 37 million people, Tokyo is the world's largest city and a must-see destination for urbanites, shoppers, and anyone interested in Japan's millenary history. Every year, the Japanese capital welcomes more than 4 million tourists, many of whom succumb to the city's charms and end up becoming regular visitors.

For many travellers, Tokyo is a glitzy metropolis packed with impressive skyscrapers, endless shopping and entertainment opportunities, and a distinctive cultural and historic heritage. But there is another side to this captivating city: the city streets are a fascinating urban mosaic where tradition and modernity blend seamlessly into each other. Walking around the city may feel just like a voyage through time, as futuristic-looking buildings give way to ancient Buddhist temples. To top it up, Tokyo's ultra-modern urban landscapes are surrounded by spectacular natural surroundings that add variety to any visit to this awe-inspiring city.

The Asakusa district makes for a great introduction to Tokyo and to its fascinating history. There are dozens of impressive temples in this area, some of which have been standing for over 1,400 years. A visit to the Imperial Palace and its gardens is compulsory during a stay in Tokyo, as is sampling one of the over 100 varieties of sake and enjoying a sushi meal at Tsukiji Fish Market. Shopping is a national pastime, and the city's shops are particularly good if you are looking for comics, vintage fashion, and electronics. Shoppers can find anything from department store bargains in Shibuya to exclusive goods in the upscale district of Ginza.

As the day comes to an end, Tokyo comes alive with one of the world's most extensive nighttime entertainment offers. There are more than 200 bars and clubs in the Golden Gai district alone. Other areas worth exploring during a night out include Nonbei Yokocho (in Shibuya) and Omoide Yokocho (in Shinjuku). Dinner cruises along the Sumida River are also a popular way of spending the evening and taking in the sights. And of course, no visit to Tokyo is complete without spending some time at an authentic Japanese garden, like the National Gardens in Shinjuku or the splendid Hamarikyu Teien.

Most visitors will want to avoid the heat and humidity of the summer in Tokyo. The best time to visit the city is the spring, when plum and cherry trees blossom and create one of nature's most impressive displays.

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Questions and Answers

What airlines fly non-stop to Tokyo from Baltimore?

No airlines fly non-stop between Baltimore and Tokyo.

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