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Fly From Shanghai Pudong International Airport to Narita International Airport
Both ancient and modern, Tokyo boasts fine restaurants, historic sites, excellent shopping, and a vibrant nightlife. The graceful tiers of Sensoji Temple contrast with the soaring steel heights of the Metropolitan Government Building. Travelers who fly from Shanghai to Tokyo can expect a flight duration of two hours and 20 minutes for the 1,100-mile journey. Air China, Hainan Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, and Delta Air Lines all provide flights from Shanghai to Tokyo.
Facilities at Narita International Airport
While Tokyo has two airports, Narita International Airport (NRT) is the main destination for international flights from Shanghai to Tokyo. Located in the city of Narita 50 miles away, the facility has three terminals connected by a free shuttle bus. There's a duty-free mall, free Wi-Fi, currency exchange services, restaurants, and bars. Some of the many airlines that fly into this airport include Air France, British Airways, United Airlines, Quantas, and Korean Air. Travelers can take the Narita Express train to Tokyo Station, ride the Narita Airport bus, or rent a car. A taxi ride to Tokyo's central district will cost around $180 and take just over an hour.
Things to Do Near Narita International Airport
The relatively short travel duration from Shanghai to Tokyo makes the city an excellent destination for vacations. Roppongi Hills, with its sprawling districts perfectly arrayed for taking photos, provides a good introduction to the city. Admission includes access to the Mori Art Museum, which contains a number of contemporary exhibits. The Imperial Palace is open only two days a year, but admission to its beautiful gardens is free to the public year-round. Nearby Kitanomaru Park has a beautiful lake, and the graceful curves of Nijūbashi Bridge make it an idyllic spot for viewing the palace. Shibuya is a famous shopping district, and the Shinjuku district is popular for its nightlife.
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Japan has a mild climate and experiences four seasons. Summers are warm with highs in the 80s, and winter temperatures drop to the 40s. Those traveling from Shanghai to Tokyo during the springtime may be lucky enough to experience Sakura, or the Cherry Blossom Festival. Picnics in parks like Ueno are popular at this time. While Japanese cuisine is enjoyed in cities across the globe, Tokyo is the epicenter of its gastronomic brilliance. Dishes use foods that are seasonally available with an emphasis on flavor, quality, and freshness. Most meals include a soup like miso; rice; and sides dishes of vegetables, fish, or meat. Sushi, intricate rolls of raw fish and rice, is very popular as are tempura-battered vegetables and Yakitori, grilled meat on sticks. Desserts consist of bite-sized treats like Imagawayaki, pancakes filled with red bean paste, or mochi, a rice coating with a flavored center. A multiple-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant will cost around $50.
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