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Flights to Japan

The best price found from United States to Japan is on November 15th, 2017, travelling with . See more options, compare prices and book: search flights.

IAD
Washington Dulles
from $461.00
NRT
Tokyo Narita

Getting around by air

Japan's major international airports include Narita and Haneda (for Tokyo); Kansai International Airport, near Osaka and Kyoto; and New Chitose Airport, near Sapporo. There are also many regional airports with shorter-haul international flights to countries in Asia, such as China, Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Airports & Airlines

Narita Airport, near Tokyo, is the main point of entry for international travellers; Tokyo has another smaller international airport, Haneda, which is closer to the city centre. For travel to a specific region outside Tokyo, international airports in Kansai (for Osaka and Kyoto), Hokkaidō, Kyūshū and Naha (for Okinawa) might be more time and cost effective.

Chubu Centrair International Airport (www.centrair.jp) Nagoya's airport has direct flights to countries in East Asia and Southeast Asia.

Fukuoka International Airport (www.fuk-ab.co.jp) At the northern end of Kyūshū, and the main arrival point for destinations in western Japan. The airport is conveniently located near the city and has connections with several countries, mostly in Asia.

Haneda Airport (www.tokyo-airport-bldg.co.jp) Tokyo's more convenient airport – about 30 minutes by train or monorail to the city centre – Haneda, also known as Tokyo International Airport, is getting an increasing number of international arrivals; domestic flights to/from Tokyo usually arrive/depart here.

Kagoshima Airport (www.koj-ab.co.jp) At the southern end of Kyūshū, with flights to/from Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul and Taipei.

Kansai International Airport (www.kansai-airport.or.jp) Serves the key Kansai cities of Kyoto, Osaka, Nara and Kōbe. Not as many direct international services as the Tokyo airports, but useful if you want to zero in on the Kansai area (or fly in from one and out of the other).

Kumamoto Airport (www.kmj-ab.co.jp) In central Kyūshū, with flights to/from Seoul and Kaohsiung.

Nagasaki Airport (http://nagasaki-airport.jp) On the west coast of Kyūshū, with flights to/from Shanghai and Seoul.

Naha Airport (www.naha-airport.co.jp) On Okinawa-hontō (the main island of Okinawa), with flights to/from Beijing, Hong Kong, Pusan, Seoul, Shanghai, Taichung and Taipei.

Narita International Airport (www.narita-airport.jp) About 75 minutes east of Tokyo by express train, Narita gets the bulk of international flights to Japan; most budget carriers flying to Tokyo arrive here.

New Chitose Airport (www.new-chitose-airport.jp) In central Hokkaidō, south of Sapporo, with flights to many countries, mostly in Asia.

Niigata Airport (www.niigata-airport.gr.jp) In Honshū, on the Sea of Japan coast, with flights to/from Harbin, Khabarovsk, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei and Vladivostok.

Two major international carriers with extensive domestic networks in Japan are Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways.

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