Compare Cheap Flights from Sydney to Tokyo, Japan
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|Cheapest return price for the current month||from $696|
|Cheapest return price over next 6 months||from $578|
|Cheapest month||June 2020|
|Popular month||February 2020|
|Average flight time||9h 35m|
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Harajuku is one of the most fashionable neighbourhoods in Tokyo. It's an iconic part of the city and is one of the main reasons why so many people book tickets to Tokyo from Sydney each year. There are tons of cosplay shops, upmarket boutiques and trendy cafes to explore.
Foodies booking flights Sydney to Tokyo should try to stay in or close to the Ebisu neighbourhood. It's full of delicious Japanese eateries, hip restaurants and bars as well as fashionable boutiques. One thing to keep in mind is that hotels in the Ebisu neighbourhood are not cheap.
Ginza is considered the Manhattan of Tokyo. If you’re booking tickets to Tokyo from Sydney and you want to stay here, keep in mind that it’s one of the most expensive places to stay. You'll find plenty of stylish cocktail bars, pedestrians wearing the latest designer threads and dozens of upmarket boutiques. Ginza is also one of the closest districts to Narita International Airport (NRT), making it popular with business travellers.
If you're booking flights Sydney to Tokyo because you want to experience the city's famous nightlife, stay in the Golden Gai district. It's home to more than 200 bars, and there's always something going on any night of the week. Each bar is known to have a signature drink, outlandish decor and promises as much karaoke as you can handle!
The Best Time to Visit
If you're looking for cheap flights to Tokyo from Sydney, plan your trip around the city's shoulder season. Between September and November, you'll have an easier time finding deals on airfare to Tokyo and hotels lower their rates.
Tokyo's peak tourist season is in the summer. From June to August, prices for flights Sydney to Tokyo skyrocket and you'll want to book your entire trip as soon as possible to avoid the increase in prices. On the plus side, the weather is at it's best for exploring if you don't mind large crowds at the top attractions.
March to May is the best time to travel to Tokyo if you want to see the city's famous cherry blossoms. However, the flowers attract thousands of other visitors and hotels fill up fast. Book your Sydney to Tokyo return flights a couple of months in advance to find a good deal.
Public Transport and How to Get Around
The easiest way to get around Tokyo is with the metro. There are signs in English to make it easier for tourists to get around and fares start at a flat rate of 170 JPY ($2,15 AUD). The subway connects the city to Narita International Airport (NRT) and Haneda Airport (HND) and is an affordable way to get to your hotel once your flights Sydney to Tokyo land.
Buses in Tokyo are usually confusing to first-time visitors. There are "front-boarding" and "rear-boarding" buses that work on different payment methods. You'll also need to have small change on you to buy a ticket as the drivers can only accept coins and 1,000 JPY bills.
Taxis are one of the most expensive ways to get around the city. Due to Tokyo's heavy congestion, it's easy to get caught in traffic jams as the meter ticks away. If you’re booking Sydney to Tokyo flights and you know you’re going to arrive with a lot of bags, it’s best to take a taxi to your hotel from Narita International Airport (NRT) or Haneda Airport (HND). Uber also operates in the city, and it's a good option if you want to use your credit card to pay for your trip.
Tips for First-Time Travellers to Tokyo
Eat Slurp Soba
Soba are traditional noodles in Japan. You can find vendors selling them all over the city, and it's an excellent option for budget travellers exploring Tokyo and in need of a cheap eat. After your flight Sydney to Tokyo lands, hit the pavements and pick some up - there are tons of varieties to try!
Garbage in Tokyo
Unlike other cities in the world, Tokyo doesn't have a lot of trash cans. When you’re packing your bags for your cheap flights from Sydney to Tokyo, it’s a good idea to bring along some plastic bags that you can keep on you to store your trash.
The language barrier
Before your flights Sydney to Tokyo arrive, download a translation app and learn a few basic Japanese phrases. It will make it that much easier getting around and asking for help from strangers.
ATM's in Tokyo
If you need to withdraw cash, head to the nearest 7-Eleven store. The machines there accept foreign Mastercard and Visa cards. However, the ATM's can only dispense a minimum of 11,000 JPY ($139,40 AUD).