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Flight from Vancouver to Tokyo Narita Airport
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Looking for cheap airfare to Japan? 25% of our users found tickets to Japan for the following prices or less: From Vancouver Intl C$ 908 one-way - C$ 1,288 round-trip, from Calgary C$ 659 one-way - C$ 1,414 round-trip
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High season is considered to be June and July. The cheapest month to fly to Japan is April.
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Narita International Airport (NRT) is where a lot of flights to Japan land. Narita International Airport is a great site to land if you indent to explore some additional adjacent cities in Japan from the nation's capital, such as Shisui, Yachimata, and Sakura.
Despite the fact that many airports, like Kansai International Airport (KIX) and Fukuoka Airport (FUK), provide international flights to the country from Canada, the bulk of business passengers to Japan prefer to fly into NRT Airport. NRT Airport is a popular choice for visitors on business visits because of its closeness to Tokyo, which is home to the majority of business headquarters in Japan.
Tokyo Narita Airport to Shiodome City Centre transportation options include train, bus, taxi, vehicle, shuttle, and towncar, among others. Bus travel from Tokyo Narita Airport to Shiodome City Centre costs the least but takes the most time—57 minutes—while cab travel from Tokyo Narita Airport to Shiodome City Centre costs more but takes little time—37 minutes.
Japan is famous for its cherry blossom season, which occurs in major cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka at the end of April or the beginning of May. Be aware that airfares tend to rise sharply during this period.
"Golden Week" is a cluster of 4 national holidays that occur at the end of April, lasting until the beginning of May. As many Japanese nationals take a vacation during this period, domestic airfares and train tickets tend to increase in price at this time.
If you are planning to travel to several destinations within Japan, consider purchasing a Japan Rail Pass which will give you unlimited access to the bullet trains as well as many busses, subways and ferries. We recommend you purchase it prior to your departure.
To visit the beaches of Okinawa, you could skip Tokyo altogether as carriers such as Cathay Pacific and EVA Air offer one-stop flights to Naha Airport (OKA), from both Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR).
Fukuoka International Airport (FUK) is the most convenient airport if you want to explore Kyushu, Japan's third largest island.
FAQs - booking Japan flights
To lessen the possibility that your kids would become fatigued throughout the Canada to Japan journey, think about making reservations with airlines that provide free internet connectivity. Japan Airlines and Qatar Airways are examples of airlines that offer unrestricted internet access between Canada and Japan. Your kids can watch their favorite animated networks or TV shows by using the internet services offered by these carriers, which lessens boredom.
When visiting Japan, consider flying through Narita International Airport (NRT) if you want to attend local sporting events and gaming-related activities. Tokyo, the nation's capital, is home to the bulk of Japan's stadiums. At Ryogoku Kokugikan Stadium, Japan National Stadium, and National Yoyogi Stadium, you may watch your preferred local soccer matches, especially on the weekends. From NRT Airport, getting to these stadiums is simple thanks to the availability of train system, rental cars, taxis, and buses.
Several Canadian and Japanese carriers such as Air Canada, ANA and Japan Airlines offer direct flights to Japan, with the vast majority flying into Tokyo's two international airports, Narita International Airport (NRT) and Haneda Airport (HND). Air Canada seasonally offers direct flights from Vancouver International Airport to Kansai International Airport (KIX) in Osaka.
Canadian citizens do not need a visa if they enter Japan as a tourist and their stay does not exceed 90 days. Upon arrival, you must present a passport that is valid for the entire duration of your stay as well as proof of onward or return travel, such as an airline ticket and confirmed accommodation.
Japan is an island state and many major cities have their own airport, so your choice of airport will depend on your travel itinerary. As the majority of international flights arrive at one of Tokyo's international airports, the capital might be the perfect starting point for your journey. You can either catch a connecting flight to other regions of the country or travel onwards by rail as Japan has an extremely well-developed railway network, including the Shinkansen high-speed bullet trains which conveniently connect major cities in Japan.
The Five Lakes region is located in Yamanashi prefecture and is easily accessible from Tokyo. As the region is to the east of Tokyo, Haneda Airport is slightly closer and provides an easier and faster access to the busses or trains that depart from Shinjuku station and take you to Kawaguchiko, the closest station to Mount Fuji. If you prefer to fly to Narita International Airport in Tokyo, you can catch the Narita Express train which also goes to Kawaguchiko.
An average direct flight from Canada to Japan takes 17h 26m, covering a distance of 9229 km. The most popular route is Vancouver - Tokyo with an average flight time of 10h 15m.
The cheapest ticket to Japan from Canada found in the last 72 hours was C$ 536 one-way, and C$ 1,069 round-trip. The most popular route is Vancouver Intl to Tokyo Narita and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was C$ 1,102.
Air Canada, ANA & WestJet fly the most frequently from Canada to Japan. The most popular route is from Vancouver to Tokyo, and WestJet, American Airlines and Air Canada fly this route the most.
Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Tokyo (87% of total searches to Japan). The next most popular destinations are Osaka (11%) and Fukuoka (0.4%). Searches for flights to Naha (0.4%), to Chitose (0.3%) and to Tokushima (0.1%) are also popular.
Air Canada, ANA and WestJet have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Japan. Confirm policies on booking site.
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