Dreaming of jetting off to Japan? Top-notch holidays is the name of our game, so we can certainly help you out. Tokyo, Kyoto and Aichi are firm fan favourites, with Shinjuku, Minato (Tokyo) and Chiyoda proving particular popular. But with 39 destinations to choose from, we’ll find the one that’s right for you.
We’ve also got a super selection of hotels on our books – 69 of them dotted around Japan in fact. So, whatever your budget’s saying, there’s bound to be something that suits. If it’s a three-star hotel, you can expect to pay around £54 a night, while four-star hotels typically come in at £105 per night. Or, if you’re feeling flush, a five-star hotel will set you back about £146 a night.
Alternatively, if you’re looking to bag yourself a bargain, we can sort you something for as little as £24. Right now, our cheapest three-star hotel’s just £24 per night, it’s £48 for a four-star and £97 for a five-star.
Of course, all this can change depending on when you go and how long you stay. March is when most people hot foot it over to Japan, and they tend to stick around for 6. On the other hand, January is the quietest month, making it a great choice if you want to avoid the crowds.
Besides finding you somewhere to lay your head, we can sort flights for you too. There are currently 23 airlines that fly direct to Japan, with KLM, British Airways and Air China being the pick of the bunch. When it comes to airports, tonnes of people choose to fly to Tokyo Narita, Tokyo (Haneda) and Osaka.
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