Travel to Tokyo
Hop on a flight to tempting Tokyo
Discover the neon lights and sushi bars of Tokyo and let your hair down in one of the world's greatest cities. Major airlines such as Qantas, Jetstar and Japan Airlines fly daily from Australia to Tokyo. Most flights from Australia arrive at Narita Airport, with direct flights from Brisbane to Tokyo set to re-commence in August 2015. Qantas will shift its Sydney to Tokyo route to Haneda Airport from July 31, 2015.
A taxi from Narita Airport typically costs in excess of 20,000 yen (approx. $AU200). A cheaper option is to take a Limousine Bus (http://www.limousinebus.co.jp/en), which starts at around 3,000 yen (approx. $AU33) for a one-way fare. Japan Rail's Narita Express and the private Keisei Skyliner Airport Express are the two train lines connecting the airport to the city.
- Average flight time: 10 hours from Sydney
- Direct flights from: Gold Coast, Brisbane, Cairns, Sydney and Melbourne
- Major airlines: Qantas, Jetstar, Japan Airlines
Set sail on a cruise to Tokyo
Discover one of Asia's most exotic destinations on one of the many cruises which set sail for the historic port of Tokyo.
Take advantage of Tokyo holiday packages
Take the stress out of seeing Tokyo by booking from our exclusive range of holiday packages.We can organise all of your flight, accommodation and tour needs so that all you need to do is turn up and enjoy the sights!
Enlighten yourself with a Tokyo tour
Guided Tokyo tours are a great way to explore the teeming Japanese capital. Throw away your subway map and let a local show you around one of the most exciting cities on the planet.
Tokyo's city sprawl stretches for hundreds of kilometres, so consider booking ahire car to make the most of your trip to this ever-expanding metropolis.