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Cheap Flights from Tokyo Narita to Sapporo Chitose

Flight information Tokyo Narita to Sapporo Chitose

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

124

Average flight time, total distance 490 miles

1h 35min

Most popular airline last month

Jetstar Japan

Sapporo Chitose

1 airport

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Are you planning a trip to Sapporo from Tokyo and want the cheapest airfare available? If so, you'll want to check out Skyscanner's cheapest month search. Using this tool, we were able to find tickets for as little as $30 during the month of October. And you can save even more money if you plan to travel to Sapporo Chitose Airport from Tokyo by leaving on a Tuesday or Wednesday.

Here are the cheapest flights to Sapporo from Tokyo available currently:

Cheapest Flights from Tokyo Narita to Sapporo Chitose Starting at $30

Departing from Tokyo

Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT) is the largest airport in Tokyo. It is located several miles from the city. If you are driving to the airport, you will have the option of dropping your car at one of the remote long-term parking lots or the more expensive onsite long-term parking. Long-term parking rates at Tokyo Narita are currently $22 per day. NRT is a modern airport with restaurants and shopping to keep you entertained until your flight to Sapporo Island departs.

Arriving at Sapporo Chitose

Sapporo Chitose Airport CTS

Sapporo Chitose Airport, also called New Chitose Airport, is the busiest airport in Hokkaidō. It's located three miles from the city. If someone is picking you up, you'll need to let them know that the short-term parking rates at Sapporo New Chitose Airport are currently $6 per hour.

The other airports serving the region is Sapporo Okadama Airport OKD.

Sapporo Okadama Airport is the second-largest airport in the area and is located 12 miles from the city of Sapporo. Hourly parking rates for Sapporo Okadama airport are currently $4.

Once you arrive in Sapporo, you'll have several transportation options available. Flat rate taxis run 24/7 to any hotel in the city. Many hotels offer free shuttle bus service until 9 PM. However, if you prefer to reserve a rental car while you are in Sapporo, be sure to check out these

Sapporo on a Budget

Sapporo is the fifth largest city in Japan. It's overflowing with nature and also a cultural hub. Here are a few ways to explore Sapporo without damaging your budget.

  • Sapporo's Odori Park is a must see. The sprawling park is 1.5 miles wide. You'll see many varieties of native flowers here including the famous lilacs. Many events are held at the venue throughout the year.
  • Moere Numa Park was designed by artist and designer Isamu Noguchi. The park features, many statues created by the artist throughout the park including the playground fountains. Take the 25-minute bus from Kanjodori-Higashi Station until you reach the Moere Numa Koen Higashiguchi stop.
  • Nijo Ichiba also called Sapporo's kitchen sells the freshest seafood like crab and scallops and fresh produce as well. Here, you can feast on fresh sushi for a very reasonable price. It's just a five-minute walk from the Odori Station.

    Sapporo Hotels and Resorts

    Sapporo is a bustling city with many options for accommodations. Did you know that Skyscanner searches every hotel deal on the internet to find you the best deals? Why wait to book a budget-friendly hotel or resort? Check out these shockingly low prices we found using Skyscanner's search for budget hotels and resorts in Sapporo.

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