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Whether you want to experience some of the most metropolitan, fast-moving cities in the world or immerse yourself in ancient cultures and traditions, check out our cheap flights to Japan for the best of both worlds.
On the one hand, you’ve got thousands of tranquil temples, shrines and pagodas and on the other, stunning skyscrapers and neon signs illuminating the busy streets.
Japan’s major cities, such as Tokyo, Yokohama and Osaka have plenty to see and do, whether it’s shopping, restaurants, or one of Japan’s favourite pastimes: karaoke.
Further outside of these major urban centres, you can explore the many national parks, with mountains, lakes, and even ski resorts too.
And, getting around Japan is super easy. As a highly-developed nation, Japan is on the cutting edge of technology, with their world-famous bullet train to get you from A to B.
Once you’re done with the sightseeing, you can try out Japan’s excellent cuisine, including sushi, ramen noodles, seafood, miso and more.
Japan is a truly unique experience and one which you’re unlikely to forget, so be sure to check out our cheap flights to Japan below, including business class and first class flights too.
If you’ve never visited the Land of the Rising Sun before, here are five important things you should know before setting off…Time Difference: UTC +9 hoursCurrency: Yen (¥)Native Language: JapaneseWeather: Average temperature of 79°F-84°F during the warmest month (August) and 41°F-60°F during the coldest (January).Sales Tax: 8%
Here’s everything you’ll need to know when flying to Japan from the US, including flight times and entry requirements.
Flight times to Japan from the US will vary depending on where you’re departing from. For example, from the West Coast, a direct flight will take around twelve and a half hours. On the other hand, from the East Coast, the flight will take about 14 hours.
US visitors heading to Japan won’t need a visa for tourism or business visits of up to 90 days. However, you must hold a valid passport and an onward or return ticket during your stay and Japanese immigration officials may refuse you entry if you appear to have no visible means of support.
Foreign nationals are also required to provide a fingerprint scan and be photographed at the airport.
For non-US citizens, there may be visa requirements, so we recommend checking out the Japanese Embassy website.
The following airlines offer direct flights from the US to Japan:
- AirAsia X
- All Nippon Airways
- American Airlines
- Delta Air Lines
- Hawaiian Airlines
- Japan Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- United Airlines
There’s plenty to see and do across Japan, but here are our top ten sights and attractions.
- Kiyomizu-dera temple
- Tokyo Skytree
- Kinkaku-ji temple
- Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine
- Universal Studios Japan
- Senso-ji temple
- Tokyo Tower
- Himeji Castle
- Tokyo Disneyland
- Osaka Castle
If you’re looking for cheap flights to Japan, be sure to check our fares and deals here at Globehunters.
We offer great deals on all flights, including business and first class, and all of our flights are ATOL protected for that extra piece of mind.