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Flight information Toronto Pearson International to Tokyo Haneda
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Flying out of Toronto Pearson International
When traveling from Toronto to Tokyo, your trip will start at Toronto Pearson International Airport, located in Mississauga, 18 miles outside of the downtown core. Airlines that fly to Tokyo are All Nippon Airways, Air China, Cathay Pacific, KLM, American Airlines, Air France, and many more. Flight time is approximately 14 hours.
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Passengers should be at the airport at least three hours before the scheduled take-off.
Haneda Tokyo Airport
Other than a warm welcome from the locals, Haneda Airport is full of temptations and first rate services.
The restaurants serve Japanese, Chinese, and Western cuisine, even burgers and French fries. The cafés and bars display delectable sandwiches, colorful salads, along with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Meanwhile the shops fight for your attention with an artful display of clothing, shoes and handbags, jewelry and fashion accessories, books, stationery, toys, candy and much more. To have you looking your best, the airports also has several hair, nail, and massage salons.
To get to downtown Tokyo the airports provides access to trains and 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
There is so much to see and do in Tokyo, it’s a good idea to get a rechargeable travel card. This card is accepted on forms of public transportation. In most cases, the train and subway is faster than the taxis.
Tokyo is a very clean city. While there are not a lot of trashcans, never throw anything on the pavement or street. Do like the locals and carry a bag with you in which you can deposit your unwanted items.
Don’t tip your waiter. Tipping in a restaurant, bar, taxi or anywhere else is a sign of disrespect.
Attractions in Tokyo
If you want to see the most sights and landmarks in the shortest period of time it’s a good idea to join a tour group. There are no less than 206 of these tours, and most, if not all of them, will visit Mount Fuji, Lake Ashi, Mount Komagatake and other beautiful places.
If you prefer to be on your own, be sure to pay Omoide Yokocho, the Imperial Palace, Hozomon and the University of Tokyo a visit.
This is only the beginning. Tokyo has so much to offer you won’t know where to start. With nearly 1,000 landmarks, close to 300 museums and 400 parks you will have to pick and choose which are more important to you.
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