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Cheap flights to Japan 2019 / 2020

Cheap Flight to Japan
Average flight prices for Japan
£ 391.82 to £ 964.02

Cheapest price to Japan

(from London Heathrow)
fr £ 391.82

The country has everything from developed metros to naturally exotic villages, definitely leaving you in awe and surprise with its millions of tourist attractions. When in The country you must visit Mount Fuji, Universal Studios The country, Tokyo Disney Land, Himeji Castle, Tokyo Sky tree, Hiroshima, Joni Castle, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Sensoji and Mount Koya. Looking for a brilliant holiday experience? Book flights to japan with TravelHouseuk and indulge in a very retro yet very exotic vacationing experience.

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Which Airlines fly To Japan from UK?

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Are there any direct flights to Japan from the UK?

Yes, a direct flight is offered between the airports of London Heathrow and Narita Airport in Tokyo. The flight duration is just 12 hours and 25 minutes. Both Japan Airlines and British Airways offer this direct flight service that connects London and Tokyo.

What is the best time to visit Japan?

Coming to Japan in either ‘March to May’ or ‘September to November’ can prove to be the best time to visit Japan. The week at the end of April and the beginning of May is considered as the ‘Golden Week’ to visit Japan. This is the time of the year when cherry blossoms begin to bloom, which is an event that brings many from all corners of the world to Japan. In the autumn, the changing leaves of the trees and the celebration of the colour orange that gathers crowds and brings one closer to nature.

What is the cheapest time of year to fly to Japan?

The cheapest time to visit Japan is in the winter. The crunchy snow under the adventurer’s boots and a carefully brewed cup of organic coffee can fill your heart with joy. Coming to Japan in the months of December, January and February can get you that experience and you might also be able to save for a Christmas present for yourself in the process. The hotels and many of the country’s cultural landmarks are open throughout the year.

What are the main international airports in Japan?

Japan has five international first class airports. The country has close to a hundred airports out of which two-thirds are operated by the central government of Japan. Below are the busiest international airports in the country.

What are the entry requirements to Japan for British travellers?

A British Citizen does not need a visa to enter Japan. The country allows British nationals to remain in the country for a period of 90 days without a visa. Please enter the country with a clear intent because a new visa with different parameters cannot be issued to travellers once they are in Japan. Certain over the counter medication available in the United Kingdom are restricted in Japan. Please consult the website of the Japanese Embassy before taking drugs along for better clarification.

Which events and festival are celebrated in Japan?

Japan has among the oldest most evolved cultures in the world. A paragraph or even a book might not be enough to completely elaborate on the intricacies of the Japanese culture. However, the Japanese art and culture loves the perfection in minimalism. Japanese culture can be experienced more profoundly through its many Matsuris or cultural festivals.

Gion Matsuri takes place in July in the city of Kyoto. The festival continues through the entire month, but the colourful floats come out on the 17th and the 27th of July. The Awa Odori festival in Tokushima city is when men, women and children come out on the streets dancing in the steps of their ancestors. The Awa Odori festival takes place from 12th to 15th of August each year. The Sapporo Ice and Snow Festival is prominent through the globe. The ice festival brings sculptors from different parts of the world to showcase their icy masterpieces to the world in early February.

What are the major landmarks in Japan?

The Japanese celebrate their National Foundation Day on 11th February each year, which is when the First Japanese Emperor Jimmu laid the foundations of the country in 660 BC. Since then 124 Emperors have assumed the Chrysanthemum throne. The next coronation is October 2019, so plan ahead and visit Japan for this once in a lifetime experience.

What are the transportation options available to tourists in Japan?

Japan has an immensely developed transportation system throughout the country. The Japanese Shinkansen or Bullet train technology has been developed to facilitate passengers to travel larger distances in the shortest amount of time. The cutting-edge technology uses magnetic levitation technology that makes the train hover above the rails as it shoots away. The railway network is extensive as it connects different cities. Fukuoka, Kyoto, Kobe, Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, Sapporo, Tokyo, and Yokohama all have subway systems. Apart from that, streetcars and buses also help travellers reach their destination on time.

Which five-star hotels and accommodation are available for stay in Japan?

There are many incredible five-star hotels in Japan; the services of each exhibit that characteristic Japanese attention to detail and the finesse of a Shinto goddess.

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