Cheap Flights from Los Angeles International to Tokyo
Flight information Los Angeles International to Tokyo
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average flight time from Los Angeles International to Tokyo, total distance 5463 miles
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Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda
While separated by 5,500 miles of ocean, Los Angeles, California and Tokyo, Japan are two thriving coastal cities that appeal to young travelers and those who are looking to land business deals of a lifetime. Both cities are trendsetters in their own right and welcome guests from all over the world to shop at sought-after stores and boutiques, dine at world-class restaurants, and explore memorable attractions. If you are planning to fly the route from Los Angeles International Airport to Tokyo, Japan, book your flight through Skyscanner to get the best deal on your flight.
Departing from Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is one of the largest and most popular airports in America. While you are there, keep your eyes peeled and you are likely to have at least one celebrity sighting. This airport has nine different terminals and serves approximately 90-million travelers each year. You can book a cheap flight from Los Angeles International Airport to Tokyo for less than $900 when you use Skyscanner's free flight booking tool. Los Angeles International Airport offers non-stop flights to Tokyo with the following airliners:
TSA recommends that you arrive at Los Angeles International Airport at least two hours early for your flight to ensure you have enough time to get through airport security. While you are waiting for your departing flight, check out LAX Marketplace where you will find several delicious dining options as well as designer label shops and more. There are also DFS Duty-Free shops located in all of the main terminals where you can shop for fun gifts without paying tax. This airport also offers free Wi-Fi so you can do work or search the internet while waiting.
Airport Options in Tokyo
Narita International Airport (NAA) is the main airport that serves Tokyo and surrounding cities. This airport is located approximately 37 miles from downtown Tokyo and is decked out in modern Asian decor and services. Narita Airport has a variety of art galleries and cultural centers that will give you an amazing introduction to the country. Be sure to swing by NAA Art Gallery and Kabuki Experience Gallery & Shop.
Haneda Airport (HNT) is Tokyo's original international airport and it is located less than nine miles from the downtown core. It consists of three different terminals and has a six-story public market you can wander through before departing to your final destination. Haneda Airport is a historic facility that was converted into a military hub during World War II.
Getting Around Tokyo
There are several different modes of transportation you can use to get around Tokyo. You can get around the city quickly by hailing a taxi, reserving a ride share, catching the public bus, or renting a bicycle. Tokyo also has a high-speed bullet train called Shinkansen that will get you to select destinations super fast. You can also rent a car to drive around in, but be prepared to drive on the opposite side of the car and on the opposite side of the street as you would while driving in the United States. If you choose to rent a car while in Tokyo, be sure to make your reservation via the car rental tool on Skyscanner to get the best price. While you are on Skyscanner, you can also scope out amazing deals on hotel rooms in Tokyo by using the hotel booking tool.
Attractions in Tokyo
Before heading out to explore the city and surrounding communities, plan your itinerary carefully so you can see everything that appeals to you. Tokyo is a diverse city and offers everything from anime tours to coastal boat excursions. If you want to learn about the history of Japan, visit the Imperial Palace, Tokyo National Museum, or Musashi Mitake Shrine. If you are seeking spiritual enlightenment, head over to Asakusa Shrine, Yasukuni Shrine, or one of the many zen gardens throughout the city. Ginza District is popular among tourists who want to splurge on an epic shopping experience. You can also relax at one of the city's tea houses for a cleanse of the mind, body, and soul.
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