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About Tokyo

Tokyo lies in the Kanto region of Japan. The metropolitan area of the city is considered the most populous in the world, with over 38 million people and is also the world’s largest urban agglomeration economy. The city is home to the Imperial Palace and the seat of Government and Parliament.

The infrastructure and design of the city make it one of the most modern cities in the world. With its advanced economy, it has emerged as a global business hub. The World Cities Research Network classifies it as an alpha city. Tokyo also is known as the world’s most expensive city. However, with its excellent rail and subway network, it becomes one of the easiest as well.

Tokyo was originally a small fishing village and was named Edo. It became a prominent political center in 1603 when it was made the headquarters. In 1868 the imperial seat was shifted, and the city was renamed Tokyo. In the Japanese language, it means ‘eastern capital.’ Tokyo today is a collective entity of several smaller municipalities.

The city boasts of a thriving tourism economy primarily due to its culture and numerous attractions. Here you will find an unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, and dining. The Omnipresent pop culture of Tokyo is an exclusive attraction for any visitor to the city.

Tip: Japan is a cash-based society, and its best to carry enough money as many stores are not equipped for credit card transactions.

Getting to Tokyo

Of the two airports of Tokyo, the Narita International Airport serves a significant bulk of international tourists. It is 60 km in the east of central Tokyo in Narita, Chiba. It manages nearly 50% of the country’s international passenger traffic. You can find direct flights to Tokyo from all major airports of the world. The airport also serves as the hub of Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, and others. There are cheap flights to Tokyoavailable with several prominent airlines. Several flights to Tokyo may have a stopover in between.

Tip: Prefer the airport express trains for traveling to and from the airport, as it is fast and convenient.

Best areas to stay and eat in Tokyo

Tokyo is huge, and travelers should opt for convenient places to look for stay options. The popular areas for tourists areShinjuku, the Tokyo Station Area, Ginza/Hibiya, Shibuya or Roppongi. Here you have a wide range of options from the luxurious to budget hotels. Backpackers can try hostels and dorms as well. You can also find decent stay options in areas of Nihombashi, Shinagawa, Hamamatsucho, and Shiodome. Try to find locations that are near Tokyo Loop Line stations. If you are looking for places to wine, dance and dine, then the west side of the city is perfect.

Be it street food or fancy restaurants, Tokyo’s major tourist appeal lies in its cuisine. Consider it an eating capital with a staggering number of places to eat. The seafood here is fantastic, and you must try Tendon, Tsukemen, Abura Soba, and many more.

Tip: Look out for combo meals and the word ‘Nomihodai.’ It means ‘all you can drink.’

Local Languages and Culture

Tokyo dialect is the language spoken in modern Tokyo. The city is slowly moving to become a multi-lingual city; however, you will have no significant problem with English. Do not hesitate to ask people if you have any confusion with the signboards. You will find the culture here to be unique and vibrant. The people have embraced food, cartoons, and other cultural elements here. However, the influence of the English speaking world is evident in some parts.

Tip: The people here are polite and helpful. Stay quiet when riding public transit.

Shopping & Local transport in Vancouver

Shopping will be your most exciting part of the trip to Tokyo. You will find plenty of spots to hunt for tech-products, fashion, and cosmetic items with the best bargain deals. Start with Ginza, which is equally popular with locals and tourists. Shibuya is the busiest and the best shopping area and is popular with young people. Asakusa, Omotesando, Akihabara, and Shinjuku are other places that you can visit.

Subways and trains the best to travel around in Tokyo. Taxis are also available, but it is a little expensive here in Tokyo. For traveling short distances, the local buses are not recommended. Try renting bicycles to explore nearby areas, and it will be a memorable experience for you.

Tip: It is a tropical climate here and rains more often. Carry an umbrella along.

Things to do and see in Tokyo

You will find numerous tourist attractions here, including places of cultural significance and natural beauty. Here is the list of what you must visit in Tokyo:

The Imperial Palace

It is the main attraction in the Marunouchi district of Tokyo. It’s beautiful parks that date to the 17th century make it a true marvel.

The Senso-Ji Temple

Standing at the end of a long street market, this temple is dedicated to Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of compassion. It was built in 645 AD and still regains its original appearance.

National Museum of Nature and Science

This museum gives the visitors an insight into the latest technological and scientific advances. It was opened in 1871 and is one of the oldest in the country. It has a vast collection of material related to natural history and science.

Ueno Park and Zoo

Another popular tourist attraction, it is the largest green space in the city. The park has a sprawling green ground along with numerous temples and museums. With the graveled paths, this 212-acre park has several exciting highlights, including a trip on a small boat in the Shinobazu pond.

National Museum of Tokyo

It houses more than 100,000 works of art from China, Japan, and India. It opened in 1938 and has a vast collection of old textiles, weapons, ceramics, and pottery.

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Perguntas frequentes sobre voos para Tokyo

  • Quais são as recomendações de viagem para Tóquio durante a pandemia da COVID19?

    Restrições de entrada e alterações e cancelamentos de horários de voos são freqüentemente atualizados e sujeitos a alterações. Se você planeja viajar para Tóquio, obtenha as informações mais atualizadas da companhia aérea com a qual você planeja fazer a reserva. Você também pode consultar COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions para mais informações.
  • Quais companhias aéreas oferecem alterações de datas, sem custo, para voos para esta cidade durante a pandemia da COVID19?

    Não há companhias aéreas com voos para esta cidade que forneçam este serviço. Utilize estas informações apenas como referência e confirme com a companhia aérea antes de fazer a reserva.
  • Qual é a duração do voo até Tóquio?

    • Aprox. 1 hora 35 minutos para voar de Matsuyama a Tóquio.
    • Aprox. 2 horas 37 minutos para voar de Okinawa a Tóquio.
  • Como posso reservar passagens mais baratas?

    Você pode reservar voos mais baratos das seguintes maneiras:
    • Procure por bilhetes para uma cidade ou aeroporto próximos a Tóquio.
    • Localize diferentes companhias aéreas que tenham voos para Tóquio.
    • Procure datas de partida diferentes no mesmo mês.
    • Filtre por diferentes horários de partida no mesmo dia.
    • Verifique informações sobre descontos em vários sites de mídia social.
    • Explore ofertas e descontos em sites de companhias aéreas.
  • Qual é o mês mais popular para visitar Tóquio?

    Compreender as estações de viagem de alta e baixa temporada a Tóquio pode ajudá-lo a organizar seus planos de viagem de acordo. O mês mais popular para visitar Tóquio é janeiro. O preço médio das passagens aéreas para Tóquio em janeiro é de R$ 1.601.
  • Quando as passagens aéreas para Tóquio são mais baratas?

    As passagens aéreas para Tóquio são as mais baratas em abril comparadas a outros meses, o preço médio é de R$ 3.954.
  • What are some popular attractions in Tokyo?

    Tokyo has many attractions to offer: The Site of Hatamoto Mansion (3km from downtown) Ushigome Bridge (3km from downtown) Shinchogumi Tonsho Remains (3km from downtown) are the most popular attractions closest to downtown.

Programação de voos para Tokyo

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LA8369

09:30

JFK

12:40

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New York para TokyoS--WT-SBuscar

KE5094

10:30

ATL

14:50

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NH009

10:45

JFK

15:00

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GA9161

10:55

JFK

15:25

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JL003

11:05

JFK

15:25

NRT

New York para Tokyo--T----Buscar

DL295

11:19

ATL

14:30

HND

Atlanta para Tokyo-M-WTFSBuscar

JJ8336

11:30

JFK

14:40

NRT

New York para TokyoSMTWTFSBuscar

UA875

11:35

SFO

14:45

HND

San Francisco para Tokyo------SBuscar

UA7998

11:45

JFK

15:00

NRT

New York para TokyoS------Buscar

UA079

12:00

EWR

15:00

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New York para TokyoS-T-TFSBuscar

AA8495

12:05

JFK

15:25

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TG6095

12:15

SFO

15:25

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DL269

12:25

ATL

15:15

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Atlanta para Tokyo----T--Buscar

JL005

12:50

JFK

17:10

HND

New York para TokyoSM-W-F-Buscar

BA4605

13:10

JFK

16:25

HND

New York para TokyoSM-W-F-Buscar

AA8410

13:35

SFO

16:45

NRT

San Francisco para Tokyo-MT-T-SBuscar

AA8402

13:50

JFK

17:10

HND

New York para TokyoSM-W-F-Buscar

JL001

14:25

SFO

18:45

HND

San Francisco para TokyoS--W-F-Buscar

MH9101

15:50

SFO

19:00

HND

San Francisco para TokyoS--W-F-Buscar

NH109

17:55

JFK

21:10

HND

New York para Tokyo-MT--FSBuscar

SQ5915

18:15

JFK

21:15

HND

New York para Tokyo-MT--FSBuscar
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