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Cheap Flights from Tokyo Narita to Osaka Kansai International

Flight information Tokyo Narita to Osaka Kansai International

cheapest roundtrip price from Tokyo Narita to Osaka Kansai International last month

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airlines fly non-stop from Tokyo Narita to Osaka Kansai International

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flights a week from Tokyo Narita to Osaka Kansai International

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average flight time from Tokyo Narita to Osaka Kansai International, total distance 491 kilometers

Jetstar Japan

was the most popular airline flying from Tokyo Narita to Osaka Kansai International last month

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Osaka Kansai International

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Flying out of Tokyo Narita

Narita International Airport (NRT), also known as Tokyo Narita Airport, is located about 60 km from central Tokyo. It is one of Japan's busiest airports. The airport is an important hub for a mix of different airlines, including major Japanese airlines, low-cost carriers and American airlines.

Direct flights between Tokyo Narita Airport and Osaka Kansai International Airport are very common. The following airlines all fly direct from Tokyo to Osaka:

All four of these carriers are considered low-cost carriers and use the low-cost carrier terminal at NRT, Terminal 3. This terminal consists of four floors. The domestic departures area is on the second floor, complete with check-in counters, a waiting area and the food court.

Canadian tourists can spend up to 90 days travelling around Japan without a travel visa. To board your flight from Tokyo to Osaka, you will need to bring your valid passport.

Osaka Kansai International Airport Information

Osaka Kansai International Airport (KIX) is located on an island in Osaka Bay, about 50 km from central Osaka. Peach uses KIX's Terminal 2 and all other airlines share the main terminal, Terminal 1.

The two terminals are separated by KIX Sora Park. You can walk through the park or take a free shuttle bus to connect between the two terminals. KIX Sora Park is a beautiful, environmentally friendly park, with a large green space, walking paths lined with sakura cherry trees and flower beds, and streetlights powered by wind and solar energy. The park also includes a large body of water which is used for the Dragon Boat Festival each year in August.

Taxi stands are available outside of arrivals for both short distance and long distance trips. To get to central Osaka via taxi will take between 50 and 60 minutes and cost around $200 CAD. Different nearby towns such as Namba and Kyoto can easily be accessed by bus or by train. The rental car center is located in the Aeroplaza, about a three-minute walk from Terminal 1. You can also access it via a free shuttle bus. Five rental car companies have service counters in the Aeroplaza, including Nippon Rent-A-Car and Orix Rent-A-Car Japan.

What to Expect in Osaka

There is no time difference between Tokyo and Osaka, so you won't need to worry about jet lag. Price-wise, Tokyo's meal and entertainment costs are slightly higher. However, both Tokyo and Osaka make the list of Japan's most expensive cities. Thankfully, Skyscanner offers many budget travel tools, like Price Alerts that notify you as airfare prices rise and fall. If your travel dates are flexible, you'll find the lowest flight prices by using Skyscanner's Cheapest Month Search Tool.

Tokyo and Osaka share the same general weather patterns. Both cities experience four distinct seasons, with warm and humid summers and mild-to-cool winters. Both cities have a lot of rain in the summers and occasionally experience mild typhoons in the fall.

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