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Thai Airways Flights to Tokyo (TYO)

Popular Offers for Tickets to Tokyo*

  1. BKK-NRT

    Bangkok (BKK) to Tokyo (NRT)

    01/03/2019-

    12/03/2019

    THB 16,525

    ​Round trip | Economy

  2. BKK-HND

    Bangkok (BKK) to Tokyo (HND)

    25/01/2019-

    02/02/2019

    THB 16,540

    ​Round trip | Economy

  3. BKK-TYO

    Bangkok (BKK) to Tokyo (TYO)

    11/01/2019-

    23/01/2019

    THB 16,525

    ​Round trip | Economy

  4. CNX-NRT

    Chiang Mai (CNX) to Tokyo (NRT)

    22/01/2019-

    29/01/2019

    THB 24,195

    ​Round trip | Economy

  5. HKT-TYO

    Phuket (HKT) to Tokyo (TYO)

    14/02/2019-

    23/02/2019

    THB 24,190

    ​Round trip | Economy

  6. HKT-HND

    Phuket (HKT) to Tokyo (HND)

    29/12/2018-

    07/01/2019

    THB 29,150

    ​Round trip | Economy

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Compare Airfare Deals to Tokyo*

  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Tokyo (NRT)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - NRT

    14/03/2019

    NRT - BKK

    18/03/2019

    THB 16,525
  2. Bangkok (BKK) to Tokyo (HND)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - HND

    30/03/2019

    HND - BKK

    09/04/2019

    THB 16,540
  3. Bangkok (BKK) to Tokyo (TYO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - TYO

    27/03/2019

    TYO - BKK

    03/04/2019

    THB 16,525
  4. Chiang Mai (CNX) to Tokyo (HND)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CNX - HND

    20/07/2019

    HND - CNX

    06/08/2019

    THB 24,205
  5. Chiang Mai (CNX) to Tokyo (NRT)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CNX - NRT

    13/09/2019

    NRT - CNX

    16/09/2019

    THB 24,190
  6. Khon Kaen (KKC) to Tokyo (HND)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KKC - HND

    16/03/2019

    HND - KKC

    23/03/2019

    THB 28,615

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Thai Airways Flights to Tokyo (TYO)

Traveling to Tokyo

Overview

Tokyo is a city that demands exploring. Its winding backstreets, with their bars and public baths, offer the intrepid traveller the chance to see another side to this fascinating destination. But its brash, neon boulevards are stunning too, the perfect place to look up in wonder in a city that never stops.

Getting around

With a population of over 13 million, getting around Tokyo might seem daunting. But the city has one of the world’s most reliable subway systems, its tentacles stretching well out into the suburbs. Private train lines and bus services are easy to use, with ticket machines and signage available in many languages.

See & do

Tokyo’s sheer scale means it’s impossible to run out of things to do. But there are some key sights that are essential for anyone heading to Japan’s capital for the first time.

In a city full of skyscrapers, the Tokyo SkyTree stands apart. It’s the second tallest structure in the world (after Dubai’s Burj Khalifa) at 830m and offers spectacular views, not only of the metropolitan area, but even Mount Fuji on a clear day.

Early risers should be sure to head to Tsukiji Fish Market for the tuna auction, which takes place between 5am and 6am. If that’s too early, you can still head down and explore the stalls and eat in the sushi and tempura restaurants that dot the perimeter. Tsukiji is moving to a new location in November 2016.

The peerless National Museum is also a must, with a vast array of ancient art and artefacts that give a stunning overview of Japanese history. Afterwards, be sure to stroll around Ueno Park, which is especially beautiful during the annual cherry blossom season in March/April and when the leaves begin to turn red in October. Film buffs should check out the ace Studio Ghibli Museum in the Kichijoji neighbourhood.

Hidden gems

Tokyo serves up off–the–beaten-track treats aplenty. Curious travellers need only turn down one of Roppongi’s narrow alleyways or explore Shinjuku’s tower blocks to find restaurants, bars and cultural hotspots that are easily missed.

Kichijoji is home to the wonderful Inokashira Park, as well as streets packed with amazing vintage stores selling unique Japanese clothes. Shibuya’s world-famous crossing might be an obvious spot to visit, but the backstreets around its train station are home to some excellent bakeries, Izakayas (Japanese-style pubs) and cat cafés, where you can pay to pet Tokyo’s cutest felines.

Food & drink

Tokyo is undoubtedly Japan’s most diverse city when it comes to eating. But the traditional local dishes are what really make it tick. Try bar snacks in an Izakaya first. The excellent Masuya Ueno is the pick of the bunch. Tsukiji’s tempura stands are often quiet and more affordable than the market’s sushi spots. And no trip to Tokyo is complete without eating Monjayaki. Try this Japanese pan-fried batter type dish at Monjya Street, about 70 Monjyayaki restaurants are in competition in Tsukishima. Speaking of Street, Tokyo Ramen Street is at the Yaesu underground exit of Tokyo Station. 8 popular raman shop includes “Rokurinsya” are all in one place. Noodle fiends should make a beeline for this much–loved joint.

Weather in Tokyo

Friday sky is clear
9°C 14/12/2018
Saturday sky is clear
8°C 15/12/2018
Sunday light rain
7°C 16/12/2018
Monday heavy intensity rain
9°C 17/12/2018
Tuesday sky is clear
8°C 18/12/2018
Wednesday sky is clear
6°C 19/12/2018
Thursday moderate rain
10°C 20/12/2018
Generated by: OpenWeatherMap.org

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