Flights from Los Angeles to Japan

Flight information Los Angeles to Japan

Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda, Osaka Kansai International, Fukuoka and others

82 airports

Los Angeles and Japan - two different regions of the globe that both share a love of forward-thinking fashion trends, artistic food creations, tradition, and the limelight of the world. These regions are places of innovation and where style is born. They are places where business happens, and where you can venture off on a vacation filled with glitz and glamour and countryside retreats. Whether you are flying to Japan to sign a business deal or would like to experience the beauty and culture of Asia, Skyscanner can help you get there on any type of budget.

Beginning Your Adventure from Los Angeles

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) serves over 84 million travelers each year and is the second busiest airport in the United States. This airport has nine different terminals, and when you depart for Japan, you will most likely fly out of Terminal 9 which is officially called the Tom Bradley International Terminal. The top airlines that provide non-stop service to Japan include:

  • ANA
  • American Airlines
  • Delta
  • JAL
  • Singapore Airlines
  • United Airlines

TSA recommends that you arrive at the airport at least two hours early for your departing flight to Japan so that you have enough time to get through the airport security checkpoint. Once you are all checked in, you can relax at one of the airline sponsored lounges, use the free Wi-Fi, visit the mother's nursing room, or eat and shop.

Top Travel Destinations in Japan

Japan is a dynamic country that features major metropolitan cities, a huge technological scene, ancient old shrines and landmarks, and beautiful countryside escapes laden with cherry blossom trees and native foliage. It is a place where you can experience new and experimental shops and services, as well as find a relaxing retreat to enjoy the sunshine.

Osaka, Japan is located in the Kansai region and is known for its 16th-century castle and bustling city life. Indulge in an assortment of local cuisine as well as eateries from all over the world while strolling down the city streets, admiring the architecture you see along the way. From LAX, you can fly direct to Osaka in about 12 hours and 30 minutes with Japan Airlines or American Airlines. You will land at Kansai International Airport (KIX), which has two terminals and is located approximately 24 miles from the city core. Once you arrive, you can get to your final destination via the rail services, Osaka Municipal Subway, the city bus, or arrange transportation with a taxi or hotel shuttle.

Tokyo is the main metropolitan hub of Japan and also serves as the capital. Tokyo is a place where business and commerce happen, where experimental fashion trends are born, where creative collides with tradition, and where you can get a glimpse into future technology of the world.

Tokyo has two airports you can land at depending on what airline you travel with. Haneda Airport (HND) is the largest and primary airport for domestic flights serving Tokyo and is located approximately 8.7 miles from the downtown metropolitan area. Your flight from LAX will arrive at Terminal 3, which is the international terminal. Narita Airport (NRT) is the primary airport of the city for international flights and is located 37 miles from the city. From both airports, you can get to your final destination quickly by utilizing the public transit system, hailing a taxi, arranging for an airport or hotel shuttle, or by picking up a rental car. If you decide to drive while you are in Japan, be sure to book your reservation using Skyscanner's car rental tool to get the best deal possible.

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