Find the cheapest flight to Tokyo

Tokyo has a couple of airports, but the main international gateway for the city (as well as the country of Japan) is Narita International Airport (airport code NRT) which lies about 60 km from the city center. It takes about an hour on the train to get from the airport into downtown Tokyo. When the airport was first being considered in the 1960s, the siting led to a violent conflict between Japan’s government and its people which resulted in some arrests and injuries and delayed the start of construction for awhile. Then when the airport finally opened it only did so under heavy security.

Narita is the main international hub for Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways and an Asian regional hub for Northwest Airlines and United Airlines. You can find a complete list of airlines serving Narita on this page and track today’s incoming and outgoing flights here. To help you get around the airport, here is a terminal guide. Your dining and shopping options are here according to the terminal they are in. The Narita airport has both a left luggage facility (information here) and coin-operated luggage lockers (information here) for your convenience. You can learn about how to get to and from Narita via bus or taxi here and via train here. You will find the list of car rental agencies operating at the airport here, and driving directions here.

Be sure to check these deals on international airfare to Tokyo, and then read through our Tokyo Travel Guide to learn about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Tokyo

Tokyo is Japan’s compact, busy and crowded capital city – this is a city that knows how to pack people into small spaces. Visitors to Tokyo can see what a modern world center looks like when technology is used on a grand scale – all of which is made that much more interesting because it lies side by side with old temples, gardens and architecture.