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Flight from Toronto Pearson Airport to Tokyo Narita Airport

FAQs - booking Japan flights

  • What documentation do I need in order to fly to Japan?

    In order to travel to Japan, you need a regular Canadian passport that will remain valid for the duration of the time you spend in Japan. If you intend to leave Japan within 90 days, you do not need to have a visa.

  • Can I find flights from Toronto to Japan that leave from airports other than Pearson International?

    Yes. Through KAYAK, you can book cheap tickets from Toronto to Japan that depart from the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). This airport is located on the Toronto Islands in Lake Ontario, off the southern shores of Toronto. Accessible by ferry, this airport often has cheap and convenient tickets to various locations in Japan. For example, you can fly from YTZ to Tokyo (NRT) on WestJet or Air Canada with one stop in Calgary or Montreal.

  • Does either Toronto airport have an on-site hotel?

    Yes. If you want to stay near the airport the night before your flight to Japan, consider flying out from Pearson International Airport, which has a hotel on site. The Sheraton Gateway Hotel is a convenient and comfortable hotel that is connected to T3 by a covered walkway.

  • Can I book a direct flight from Toronto to Tokyo?

    Yes. When you book a direct flight through KAYAK from Toronto to Tokyo, you'll most likely be departing from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and landing at Narita International Airport (NRT). Air Canada and ANA are two carriers that fly this route.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Toronto to Japan?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Toronto to Japan.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Toronto to Japan?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Japan from Toronto is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Toronto to Japan?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Japan with an airline and back to Toronto with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Toronto to Japan?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Japan from Toronto up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Japan

  • Morning departure is around 25% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
  • When you fly from Toronto to Tokyo, you have a choice of landing at either Narita International Airport (NRT) or Haneda Airport (HND), also known as Tokyo International Airport. Narita is located outside the northeast of the city and Haneda is located in the heart of the city, on the shores of Tokyo Bay.
  • When you book a flight from Toronto to Hiroshima (HIJ), you'll most likely be unable to find a non-stop flight. However, ANA and Japan Airlines offer flights with one stop in Tokyo that usually entails an airport change between Narita and Haneda. You can also find flights from Toronto to Hiroshima with two stops in cities such as Chicago and Tokyo, usually without an airport change.
  • When you fly into the city of Sapporo in northern Japan, you will most likely land at the New Chitose Airport (CTS). This airport's code used to be SPK, but it denotes the same airport. CTS is the largest airport on the island of Hokkaido, Japan’s second largest island. Once you deplane at Sapporo, you can enjoy the city’s world-renowned beer and skiing.
  • If you want to fly from Toronto to Yakushima (KUM) on the southern tip of Japan, the cheapest tickets usually entail two stops and an airport change in Osaka. Before you book a ticket with an airport change, make sure your itinerary allows enough time and that you have enough foreign currency to make the change.
  • When you are booking a ticket through KAYAK from Toronto to Japan, your flight will most likely be departing from the Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ). Located on the western edge of Toronto, Pearson International is Toronto's largest airport and easily accessible by both car and public transportation.
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Top 5 airlines serving from Toronto to Japan

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Toronto to Japan? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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Singapore AirlinesOverall score based on 1369 reviews
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I was traveling with my 3 minor children, one leg I was seated two aisles behind them. On the longest leg I would have preferred sitting across the aisle from them, not behind. My youngest is 4yos. I understand airplane seating configurations are not the airlines problem but seating the one adult with a reservation apart from the minors was very difficult.

6.0 GoodAnonymous, Jul. 2024SEA - LAX
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I was traveling with my 3 minor children, one leg I was seated two aisles behind them. On the longest leg I would have preferred sitting across the aisle from them, not behind. My youngest is 4yos. I understand airplane seating configurations are not the airlines problem but seating the one adult with a reservation apart from the minors was very difficult.

Crews were great but food not much selection just all tailored for Asian passengers.

I had a great experience with Singapore airlines as always. The partner airline, Scoot was fine except my bag was misplaced during the shuffle. Ultimately, my baggage arrived intact. Attempting to inquire about my baggage was impossible.

The Premium economy class is not the same as some other airlines because there are no economy seats on these planes. Basically you’re getting an economy seat that’s a little wider. The seats are not that much more comfortable. The service and food experience is similar to economy class on other Asian airlines. There aren’t enough toilets for the entire plane therefore we are forced to share the business class toilets that are closed off with curtains.

My experience with Scoot is very good. Will have no issue flying with Scoot again.

Good flight. The food was served a bit late, hence a hurry to finish before landing. Excellent crew and service

Awesome as always. I wish though the cabin for premium was upgraded.... Same old sane old :(

It was a great flight Food was great Crew was spectacular

They made me check my carry on even though there was room We un boarded in a strange way but overall it was good

In general good, but the machine seems to be long in operation and some functions were restricted as e. g. Adjusting of seats.

Unable to connect to their entertainment 'app'. Otherwise fine. Maybe a bit chilly.

Very friendly staff at the check in.crew was excellent in side the plane & service was great 👍

Our flight was canceled the morning of and we were given no alternatives, poor communication, and it cost us $2900 more plus five days to get to our destination.

West Jet invited me to check in 24 hrs before the flight, issued me boarding passes, then emailed at 4am saying flight would be delayed by half an hour, then emailed at 8:30am saying check flight status ‘flight could be affected’, then emailed at 10am saying cancelled and not alternate flight option until a day and a half later (and that would include 2 stop overs for a more than 11 hour travel day arriving 2 days after the original ticket). Refund given but not compensation. Had to cancel the entire trip.

I missed having the television screens to watch on the back of the seat in front of me. Air Canada flights supply these tvs on each seat and I really appreciate that service.

I booked through westjet. The first flight left late and cost us the connection to the second flight. The second flight after a 4 hour delay was again late because they were short an attendant. Then a door malfunctioned on the plane which led to yet another plane. So by the time we left Calgary we missed the BC ferry and had to pay a charge to get a later one. It ended up being a 24 hour day. That wrecked our first day and part of the second day in BC because we were so overtired.

We were not able to board the flight to Halifax. Westjet switched to a smaller plane and we were booked on a later flight which was not acceptable to us. We were told that they attempted to contact us but did not have contact information. Nor did either Kayak not Kiwi advise us. In February I booked a flight to Sri Lanka through Kayak with FlightHub for myself and a friend. We were advised of a change in schedule and because I was travelling outside of Canada at that time, my friend, Louise Lore, contacted FlightHub and revised our itinerary. Our original flight from Toronto through Frankfurt to Mumbai was to arrive in time for us to catch an 8:45pm flight to Colombo, Sri Lanka on February 28th but because of the change did not arrive until 1:00am February 29th. When I arrived in Mumbai I was told that my flight from Mumbai to Colombo had not been revised and that, because I was a no-show for my flight all of my tickets had been cancelled. Ms Lore spent from 2:30am until 5:30am on the phone with FlightHub trying to rectify the situation. She was told there was nothing they could do and a supervisor refused to speak with her. The next morning I went to the Lufthansa office at the Mumbai airport and the problem was resolved in less than 15 minutes. I will not be booking through Kayak again. Both experiences have been disastrous and I cannot imagine going through this again Linda Toole

The Priority check in in Toronto rivalled the poorest I've experienced. The young woman at the desk (7:30 AM, YYZ) was unfriendly and abrupt, behaving as though we were interrupting her day. Her inch long fingernails said it all....I really don't belong here. Other than that, WestJet personnel provided a good travel experience, especially in flight. I must say that the repeated announcements about the cabin being full and how folks should gate check their bags became tedious. WestJet should just offer free checked luggage and charge for carry on suitcases. It would save a lot of time and the voices of the gate agents.

It was very, very cold extremely uncomfortable almost unbearable I was sitting at the front of the cabin

Too many oversized carryon baggage. If carrier reduced checked luggage fee this could be avoided. The staff were friendly and helpful, very professional.

Calgary desperately needs a star alliance lounge in the transborder area for United.

Brutal as can be … delayed by 24 hours then delayed and hour on the tarmac then delayed three hours in Chicago, screaming child behind me kicking the seat for the better part of 10 hours… couldn’t be worse

My flight was delayed by a whole day, so I lost a day of my vacation.

The check-in and passport submission was complicated and repetitive, due to the poor communication between Air Canada and United. There should have been a single set of instructions and a single questionnaire that provided the data for both airlines.

-The cabin was ice cold - When we arrived in Houston there was no gate available -We had to wait 90 minutes for our luggage to arrive.. In the future I will avoid flying with Air Canada at at costs

How would you rate my experience when I was stuck in YOW without being offered a cup of water by the airline?

Comfortable and efficient crew. But did not have my ginger ale

Everything was pretty good except for food. They need to improve on it compared to other airlines.

Marked by flight delays on all segments of the trip. Food in first class cabin was mediocre and overhead cabin storage was not adequate. Overall, the premium charge for first class cabin was poor and over hyped. This will be our last flight with UA.

We enjoyed that we boarded and took off on time. We didn’t like that our connection flight was a twenty minute walk through the airport with only one hour in between flights.

The crew and the flight was excellent. Captain kept us informed about weather and possibly of turbulence and I appreciated that! The only thing is they didn’t have tv monitors. Other than that, everything was great.

Terrible. Flight in the morning was circling in air for 45 min due to weather then rerouted to a location further than the final destination to refuel. Sat on tarmac for almost 2 hrs to refuel. Flight was originally to land at 9:30am, we arrived at 2pm and then waited another 30 “for an agent”. Then afternoon return flight was delayed again 3 times for weather then cancelled. Auto rebooked was for the next evening! Just miserable.

Boarding was late, but we still made it earlier than scheduled. I still can't understand how a national carrier doesn't offer food or snacks on flights and charge you for them. It's a national carrier of Canada, not some low-cost airline; this shouldn't happen. Friendly crew.

I have never been on an older or dirtier plane.

Late, almost 3 hours late. I have whiplash from how many times our ETA was changed.

First time with air Canada an we had to wait for our plane due to mechanical problems. I besides that it’s not much different than the other airlines. Maybe if I upgrade to premium economy it might be better. But I’d it worth the xtra money layout..? Like to hear that from other customers.

The nicest thing I can say about Air Canada is that they are consistent. Consistent delays plagued our trip. We never had one leg of the journey as scheduled.

very disappointed with Air Canada, flight delay more than 4 hours.

It would’ve been very helpful to have people directing traffic when we got off the plane at the Toronto airport however, the person who appeared to be having that responsibility was sitting on a chair playing on a cell phone instead of doing their job

The seats were very cramped and they kept turning on the lights which made it hard to rest.

Crew had connection details for only 2 other flights and gave less than empathetic guidance.

Everything and everyone Was great it’s just the person next to me weight over 300 pounds and was hanging over his seat and pushed up next to me was the worst 10 hour flight of my life the crew and everything else was a 10 out of 10

Flight was late leaving for no obvious reason. Seat entertainment did not work. Restrooms were FILTHY. Arrived late to catch connection. Little assistance from Discover staff. Luggage did not arrive until the following day. Horrible experience.

Great crew. Food was better than average, including hot meals and warm cookies. Flight was smooth and we were kept informed of turbulence.

Seats were terribly uncomfortable! Couldn’t sleep! I paid for good seats when scheduled with Lufthansa, got crappy mid-section seats on Air Canada!

Cancelled flight, that morning! But got us on an Air Canada flight!

The seats are much too narrow and the arm rests are hard and awkwardly high, resulting in shoulder cramps. I am an average sized person ( definitely not overweight). The seats are a similar size to car seats with the added discomfort of incorporating hard plastic arm rests, that force average height individuals (I'm 5 ft 7 (f)) to hold their arms uncomfortably for several hours. The seats are much too close to the ones in front and behind making it extremely difficult to allow fellow passengers to get out, especially when the seat in front is declined. The leg room also necessitates knees banging into passengers backs for the entire flight. This used to be a quality airline who now offer mediocre service for premium cost, coupled with charging exorbitant prices for basic needs, like a seat, or luggage. Blatant and unabashed gouging of clients.

Efficient boarding. Good flight but seats were quite uncomfortable considering we'd already been sitting on two flights, total 13 hours or so. Would have liked to have prices on the menu of amenities on the plane. We could have used more water. Restrooms and nonalcoholic beverages at no extra cost, not much else. I realize these were discount tickets, and the airline has to break even, so I can't say we were expecting amenities to be plentiful. Still, it's nice with long flights to discover a few. Very pleasant crew though.

The connection at Frankfurt was chaotic and nearly missed the flight to Atlanta. They made was wait for busses to transfer and it took ages

Twenty-four hours before our flight we wanted to check in online, but was unable to do this, so we walked over to the airport. We were still unable to do it, but it ended up not being a problem doing it that day. One of the women in our group wanted to check two bags, but was unable to do it, but they then let her take the smaller bag with her into the cabin and didn't charge her for that extra bag.

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