Take off to tokyo

Cheap Flights to TOKYO 
from Australia

visit the most populous metropolis in the world and taste the local foods in JAPAN's capital 

Melbourne to Tokyo

from

$605 return

12 Feb - 4 Oct 2020

Sydney to Tokyo

from

$678 return

02 Mar - 24 Jun 2020

Perth to Tokyo

from

$706 return

31 Jan - 4 Nov 2020

Adelaide to Tokyo

from

$709 return

11 Feb - 30 May 2020

Brisbane to Tokyo

from

$725 return

01 Feb - 20 Nov 2020

Terms and conditions apply.  Subject to change and availability.  Please note these prices are from and will vary depending on the departure and return date you put in when searching online within the depart between dates. Christmas and New Year periods (High Season and Shoulder Season) periods can be more expensive. More departure options, all major airlines and destinations available when searching online.

Cheapest time to fly to Tokyo

A less crowded and more budget-friendly time to fly to Tokyo is during March and April to May, as well as September to November.  The most expensive month for flights is December.

TOKYO Airport (TYO)

Tokyo has two international airports: Haneda Airport, also known as Tokyo International Airport, and Narita International Airport. Haneda is located in Ota, less than 20km (30 minutes) away from the Tokyo train station while Narita is located in Chiba prefecture more than 70km (1 hour) away. 


Haneda until 2010 handled almost all domestic flights departing from Tokyo while Narita handled the international flights. 

 

You can get to the city centre by train. From the Haneda Airport, you can take take the Tokyo Monorail, a train that leaves at every 10 minutes and costs around 6 Australian Dollars and it takes around 17 minutes to get to Tokyo Station. From the Narita International Airport, you can take the Narita Skyliner Express, that is a train that leaves at every 20 minutes and it costs around 36 Australian Dollars to get to the Tokyo Station. 


The Narita Skyliner Express is one of Japan's fastest trains, which can get up to 160 km/h and has free Wi-fi available. To board into the train a physical ticket is needed. The Tokyo Monorail is slower and gets up to 80km/h during it's 17km line.

There are several bus lines departing from Haneda and Narita Airports. When arriving on a flight, remember to check the bus timetables in the International Passenger Terminal and purchase a ticket before boarding the bus.  

The average cost from Haneda to Tokyo Station is around 150 Australian Dollars, while from Narita is around 317 Australian Dollars.

There is Uber in Tokyo, however they are few and more expensive than taking a taxi. The good thing is a cashless transaction, perfect for those not carrying much money on them.

Looking for a private transfer option from the airport to your hotel in Tokyo? If you want piece of mind when you land then give iFly a call on 1800 156 856 when you've booked your flights online to Tokyo and we will organise your private transfer for you.

Getting Around Tokyo

There are a number of ways you can get yourself around Tokyo to see all the major sites this beautiful and historic city has to offer. Subway and trains are the best way to see Tokyo, and you can get a prepaid Suica or Pasmo card that is the best way to pay for transport. Buses can be useful but not ideal. Getting to know which bus goes where and where to get off can be really tricky. 


Most of Tokyo's major urban hubs are located on the "Loop Line", which makes it easy to just ride the subway to get to those places. It is recommended to get Suica/Pasmo card when you arrive at Narita or Haneda. After using the initial credit, you can top them up using machines at the train stations. And don't forget to return them as you leave, so you can get back your 500 Yen deposit.


Getting a taxi in Tokyo can be a good way to go to places that are not near a train or subway station. They are a good option if you have many luggages or have more people to split the fare, because they can be very expensive. 

Hiring a Car in Tokyo

Discover Tokyo and the surrounding areas at your own pace when you hire a car. There is easy pick up and drop off options at the airport or at some destinations in the city.  At iFly we have amazing prices and car options for you to choose, so buckle yourself in with iFly and click here to get a car hire quote.

Don't forget before you fly

If you have an Australian passport you have up to 90 days stay in Tokyo without a visa. For visa requirements please check with Japan's Embassy in Australia.


Make sure you're covered and have organised your Travel Insurance before you go.

Tokyo is Japan's capital and one of the busiest cities in the world. Tokyo's pop culture clash with its traditional temples and natural beauty, making it a great destination. It is the home of the world famous Tsukiji Market, Sensoji Temple and the Meiji Shrine. Discover buildings and old temples that make Tokyo a unique place. 


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