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Deal Alert: Fly to Tokyo, Japan For $634 Round-Trip

By Travel Noire

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Japan is one of the most beloved countries for anyone who has ever been to Asia, and we spotted several deals to Tokyo that are perfect for those that want to visit the city for the first time or simply go to Japan again.

 

Los Angeles-based travelers have the best deals, with flights to Tokyo starting at just $634 round-trip for travel between October 2018 and May 2019 via Sichuan Airlines.

 

 

RELATED: Diary Of A Black Traveler: How Troy Found Peace In Japan

 

Travel from San Diego to Tokyo for as little as $669 round-trip on Air Canada as soon as September, and other West Coast deals can be found from Portland, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Seattle, which all have flights starting at $703.

 

New York-based travelers can get to Tokyo for a bargain as well, with select flights on Alaska and Singapore Airlines going for $703 round-trip if you travel on certain days between November and May. $703 is also the lucky number for those departing Washington D.C. and Chicago, while those leaving from Boston can expect to find flights starting at $707.

 

 

Check Tokyo off of your wishlist and start your search on Google Flights or use our sample flight itinerary here and adjust the origin city and travel dates to meet your needs. Be mindful that low prices may mean layovers and flight restrictions, so be sure to have all of the information about what your flight includes before purchasing your ticket.


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