Flights from Canberra to Tokyo

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Tips for First-Time Travellers to Tokyo

Purchase a Pasmo or Suica card

These cards are extremely useful after arriving on Canberra to Tokyo flights. Both cards serve the same purpose and are widely sold across the city. When you have plane tickets to Tokyo from Canberra, you can use a Pasmo or Suica card on public transport, in shops, and at vending machines. To obtain one of these cards, there is a deposit of 500 yen ($6.30 AUD).

 

Learn some basic Japanese phrases

When you book cheap flights to Tokyo from Canberra, the locals will always be happy if you make an effort to speak some of their language. Some useful Japanese phrases to know for your flights Canberra to Tokyo are konnichiwa (hello), onegai shimasu (please), arigato (thank you), and Eigo wakari masu ka? (Do you speak English?).

 

Don’t leave a tip for restaurant servers

While tipping is commonplace in some countries, it can actually be seen as disrespectful in Japan.

 

Carry cash with you

While Japan is one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, many locals still prefer to deal with cash payments. It’s also important to check which ATMs will accept your Australian bank card. To be safe, you should exchange some Australian dollars to Japanese yen once you arrive into Narita International Airport (NRT) or Haneda International Airport (HND).

 

 

Cafes and Restaurants

Ise Sueyoshi

While many people believe Paris is home to the most Michelin starred restaurants in the world, that title actually belongs to Tokyo. Ise Sueyoshi is one of the many Michelin restaurants you can eat at after flights Canberra to Tokyo. The restaurant is led by Chef Tanaka and serves food in a Kaiseki style. Diners can enjoy a series of small and perfectly crafted dishes made using fresh local ingredients.

 

Mendokoro Haru

After arriving on cheap flights Canberra to Tokyo, traditional Japanese ramen is a must-try dish. You’ll find ramen restaurants all over the city, but one of the most popular options is Mendokoro Haru. The restaurant offers a variety of different ramen flavours with varying levels of spiciness. Mendokoro Haru uses a specially crafted broth and high-quality local ingredients.

 

Sushiryori Inose

Another food to enjoy after arriving on Canberra to Tokyo flights is sushi. Tokyo is teeming with sushi restaurants to choose from. Sushiryori Inose is a local favourite, serving up sushi and sashimi made from the freshest seafood. You can have sushi made to order or you can opt for the ultimate sushi experience by choosing dishes from the sushi bar conveyor belt.

 

Littlebird Cafe

This quaint Harajuku cafe is one of the most popular among Tokyo locals and visitors with flights Canberra to Tokyo. Littlebird Cafe has a trendy design with lots of bright plants and decorations. Everything in Littlebird is gluten-free, and the menu includes burgers, pizza, and dumplings. Dessert is the main specialty and offers plenty of dairy-free options as well. The dessert menu includes ice cream, waffles, dessert pizzas, and parfaits.

 

 

Public Transport and How to Get Around

All over Japan, you’ll experience great public transport, making it easy to explore when you have Canberra to Tokyo return flights. Tokyo is known to have the largest urban rail network in the world. Between the metro and the overground trains in Tokyo, there are more than 2,000 stations spread across 158 different lines. The JR Yamanote train is the most popular route to take through the city. It travels through several major areas of Tokyo, including central Tokyo, Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Ikebukuro.

The famous mode of transport for visitors with cheap flights to Tokyo from Canberra is Japan’s bullet trains. These trains offer quick journeys through the country, reaching incredible speeds of 320 km/h. Bullet trains are available to many major cities around Japan, making them a great option if you’ll be exploring the country further after your Canberra to Tokyo flights.

 

 

How Much Time to Spend in Tokyo

It is often recommended that international visitors book cheap flights Canberra to Tokyo for about two weeks. Two weeks will allow plenty of time to see Tokyo and then explore more of what Japan has to offer outside of its capital. Once arriving on Canberra to Tokyo flights, spend about three to five days experiencing the culture of Tokyo. Then, catch a bullet train out of the city to see the rest of Japan. You can visit beautiful Mount Fuji, take in the vast history around Kyoto, and see the bustling city of Osaka. When you book flights Canberra to Tokyo for your holiday, your options on what to see and do are endless.

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