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Compare Lowest Airfares to Japan

  1. Bangkok to Tokyo

    ​Round trip | Economy




  2. Bangkok to Sapporo

    ​Round trip | Economy





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Find EVA Air Flights to Japan

Traveling to Japan

EVA Air is a top choice for flights to Japan. Upgrade to Premium Economy for extra legroom, in-seat power sockets, and mood lighting to help you relax. All passengers enjoy generous checked baggage allowance alongside hand luggage allowance. Some routes between Taiwan and Japan are aboard the cute and novel Hello Kitty aircraft.

Top destinations in Japan

Fly to Tokyo (NRT/HND) for family fun at Disneyland, Sanrio Puroland, and DisneySea. Cultural highlights include the Meiji Shrine, temple of Senso-ji, and Tokyo Imperial Palace. Admire the views from the Tokyo Skytree and party in Roppongi.

Book flights to Osaka (KIX) to marvel at Osaka Castle, soak up the energy of Dotonbori, and shop till you drop in Nipponbashi. Other highlights include Universal Studios, Shitenno-ji, and Umeda Sky Building.

Reserve winter flights to Sapporo (CTS) for awesome skiing and to experience the wonder of the Sapporo Snow Festival. Otherwise, enjoy the Beer Museum, Odori Park, and the Historical Village of Hokkaido all year round.

Don’t miss our cheap flights to Hakodate (HKD) to explore the Ezo-era fortress of Goryokaku, explore the scenic Cape Tachimachi, and venture up Mount Hakodate.

Bask on beautiful beaches and explore the underwater world in Okinawa (OKA) and become acquainted with Natori (SDJ), Fukuoka (FUK), and Komatsu (KMQ).

Tips to enjoy Japan

  • Don’t underestimate Japan’s size; book domestic flights or high-speed train tickets in advance for the best deals.
  • Tipping is not customary in Japan.
  • Be prepared to mainly use cash.
  • Remove your shoes before entering a temple or home.