Cheap Flights from Sapporo to Tokyo
Flight information Sapporo to Tokyo
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average flight time from Sapporo to Tokyo, total distance 821 kilometers
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Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda
Flying out of Sappora
Sappora is the capital of the northern islands of Hokkaido in Japan, famous for skiing, ice sculptures and beer. The city features two airports, Sapporo Okadama Airport and New Chitose Airport. When flying from Sappora to Tokyo passengers can choose from Jetstar, Vanilla Air, Skymark, Air Do, JAL, ANA and Spring Airlines Japan, who in total fly 524 flights per week. Flight time is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
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In Tokyo, you have the option of landing in Tokyo International Airport, also known as Haneda Airport or Narita Airport. Both airports feature much the same services.
The restaurants serve Japanese, Chinese, and Western cuisine, while the cafés and bars serve light meals along with a variety of coffees, teas, beers, non-alcoholic drinks and baked goods.
For your shopping needs the airport has fashion and accessories, jewelry and watches, electrical products, travel goods, pharmaceuticals, books, stationery, toys and convenience stores. The airports also have several hair, nail, and massage salons.
To get to downtown Tokyo the airports gives access to trains or public buses, or you can get a taxi outside of the arrivals hall. Should you prefer your own transportation, this is easy to arrange through Skyscanner’s car rental.
Tips for Traveling to Tokyo
To go sightseeing in Tokyo get a rechargeable travel card. This card is accepted on trains, subway systems, and buses. Public transportation is cheaper and faster than a taxi.
Sanitation is very important in Tokyo. While there are few trashcans, don’t even think of dropping anything on the pavement or street. Instead, carry a bag with you in which you can deposit your unwanted items and throw them away when you can.
Don’t tip your waiter. Tipping is disrespectful.
Attractions in Tokyo
To make the most of your stay in Tokyo, day trips are popular and there are no less than 206 of them. Such trips will take you to Mount Fuji, Lake Ashi, Mount Komagatake and other stunning places.
You can go for a historic walk and see Omoide Yokocho, the Imperial Palace, Hozomon and the University of Tokyo.
If cultural and theme tours appeal to you, join a tour that will take you to an owl café in Akihabara, a Sumo wrestling tournament, or a Asakusa Rickshaw Tour.
This is just the tip of the iceberg though. There is so much to see and do in Tokyo, it’s overwhelming, to say the least. Over a 1,000 sights and landmarks, over 300 museums and nearly 400 parks.
How do you see everything in Tokyo? You don’t. At best, you pick out the things that interest you the most and leave the rest for another time.
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