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|Cheapest return price for the current month||from $1,018|
|Cheapest return price over next 6 months||from $762|
|Cheapest month||October 2020|
|Popular month||January 2021|
|Average flight time||12h 25m|
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Welcome to one of the most unique, breathtaking cities on the planet. With more than 13 million inhabitants, in just the core of the city, and almost 40 million when we count in the metro area, Tokyo is also the most populated area in the world. This enormous city binds together an intricate mix of high-tech architecture and the delicate culture of old Japan.
Tokyo doesn’t just offer the famous neon lights and awe-inspiring skyscrapers, as the city’s area also spans the nearby rugged mountains as well as tropical islands down, in the south.
Originally established as a small fishing village called Edo, Tokyo still holds remnants of its history. Serving as the business, culture, and education centre of Japan, Tokyo holds something special for each visitor.
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Things to do in Tokyo
After long Adelaide to Tokyo flights, you will surely wish to try some local food, and delicacies. Visiting Nakamise, the oldest shopping area in Japan, will not only let you do this, but you can also get the most authentic whiff of Tokyo’s culture. Apart from traditional, local snacks, the market also offers tons of unique souvenirs such as keychains, folding fans, and yukata.
Built to honour the spirits of Emperor Meiji, and Empress Shoken, this spectacular building will let you experience the wonders of ancient Japanese architecture. Prior to visiting the Meiji Shrine, make sure you are familiar with the rules. Bow once before entering and before leaving, to pay respect, and bow twice at the Main Shrine building. Upon doing so, clap twice as well, make a wish, and bow once more.
Tokyo Imperial Palace
Serving as the main residence of Japan’s Emperor, the sublime beauty of its inner gardens is sadly not open to the public. However you can still enjoy an amazing view, gazing at the palace from the outside. If, however your Adelaide to Tokyo flights occur on Jan 2 or Dec 23, you will get access to the inner gardens as well, as these are special holidays when the emperor leaves his residence.
When is the Best Time to book flights to Japan from Adelaide?
While Tokyo’s weather rarely goes to the extreme levels, summer might not be a recommended time of the year to visit, as tourists usually flock during this season, and sightseeing might be slightly inconvenient. Winter might not be the best time to visit either, as it can get chilly, so spring and autumn would be the best choice for flights to Japan from Adelaide. The ticket prices will also be more affordable during this time of the year.
Cheap airfares from Adelaide to Tokyo
With Tokyo being the most technologically, and economically advanced city in the world, it’s no surprise that there are plenty of cheap airfares from Adelaide to Tokyo, and you can find them on Webjet’s airfare finder.
No matter what your needs are, you can find a suitable option here, including more than 30 return flights to Tokyo from Adelaide each day.
Departing from Adelaide Airport (ADL)
Adelaide Airport has received various rewards for its outstanding service since dual terminals for domestic and international travel were added in 2005. This airport regularly services millions of passengers every year.
Getting to Adelaide Airport (ADL)
Being the fifth busiest airport in Australia, Adelaide Airport (ADL), is located just 15 minutes away from the city centre. You have many options when it comes to deciding how to get to the airport itself. Some of the most popular options include using the shuttle bus, which is a form of public transport in Adelaide that will cost you only AUD 10, or just hopping into a taxi and enjoying the more comfortable choice for AUD 25.
Parking Options at Adelaide Airport (ADL)
Adelaide Airport (ADL) can offer you many different parking choices. The most popular definitely being the Terminal Car Park, which is at your disposal non-stop, although, it will come at a heftier price, especially if your car will stay there for a longer period of time.
You can also choose the Long Term Car Park, which can also offer you the same at a much more affordable price, but it is slightly further away from the Terminals.
Which International Terminal will your return flights to Tokyo from Adelaide depart from?
All your international return flights to Tokyo from Adelaide, will depart from the international T1 airport at Adelaide Airport (ADL).
Arriving to Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT)
Many Adelaide to Tokyo flights will take you to the Narita Airport (NRT), which is unfortunately located almost 60 km outside of the city itself, more precisely, in the Chiba prefecture. Still, you should not be concerned as there are plenty of transportation options available.
Getting to your hotel from Narita Airport (NRT)
Because it is located far away, this airport is well-connected to the city of Tokyo. For the most economically-friendly option you may opt for the JR Narita Express, which will cost you AUD 37 for a one-way ticket. The trip lasts approximately an hour.
There is also a cheaper option, the JR Sobu Line, however this trip will also last longer.
Private bus companies, which offer rides to various parts of Tokyo, are also an option and for ultimate convenience you may choose a taxi.
Arriving to Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND)
If you opted for one of the flights to Japan from Adelaide there is also a chance that you will land at Haneda Airport, which is situated slightly less than 20 km from Tokyo Station. It is well-connected to different areas of the city, so finding transportation to your hotel will be a simple task.
Getting to your hotel from Haneda Airport (HND)
The Haneda Airport (HND) is also well-connected to central Tokyo, at most it should take you 20 minutes to reach your hotel. A convenient, affordable option is the Tokyo Monorail as well as Keikyu Railways, with both of them coming in at just over AUD 5. A taxi ride will be slightly more expensive and can even cost you more than AUD 100, depending on which part of Tokyo you are going to.