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Return Flights to Tokyo from London (Iberia) - Nov/Dec/Jan £439 including 2 x 23kg lugagge via Skyscanner
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Return Flights to Tokyo from London (Iberia) - Nov/Dec/Jan £439 including 2 x 23kg lugagge via Skyscanner

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Posted 28th Jun

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Good price for return flights to Tokyo for Nov, Dec and Jan including a decent 2 x 23kg luggage. Flight is from London Heathrow with one stop via Madrid (short layover), flying with Iberia. If looking for direct flights there looks to be BA availability for £539 which also includes checked luggage, Feb dates (maybe more).



Sample dates

  • 14 Nov 2019 - 30 Nov 2019
  • 14 Nov 2019 - 01 Dec 2019
  • 06 Dec 2019 - 13 Dec 2019
  • 07 Dec 2019 - 14 Dec 2019
  • 28 Dec 2019 - 12 Jan 2020
  • 28 Dec 2019 - 17 Jan 2020
  • 28 Dec 2019 - 18 Jan 2020
  • 29 Dec 2019 - 12 Jan 2020

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vinit928/06/2019 16:25

Would be very tempted to go to a Wrestle Kingdom!


You should, it's amazing. Everyone should go to Japan at least once.
brumzfinest28/06/2019 22:49

If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you …If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you reckon £3,000 per person would be more than enough ( wanted to go Osaka and mt Fuji too )


Mine cost less but depends how long and where your staying etc.

For Osaka I recommend the below ‘hotel’ it’s just awesome,
carpediem-osaka.jp/en/
AgentDaleCooper28/06/2019 19:25

You should, it's amazing. Everyone should go to Japan at least once.


My No 1 destination.


This is a great link for first time visitors.

If you intend to travel around the country then I would suggest Yamato service for suitcases. It's available from any hotel reception, and is cheap, efficient and reliable. You can send the luggage ahead of you if part of your trip only requires a backpack etc. It will be waiting for you in your room when you arrive
Edited by: "OllieSt" 28th Jun
Would be very tempted to go to a Wrestle Kingdom!
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Would be very tempted to go to a Wrestle Kingdom!
vinit928/06/2019 16:25

Would be very tempted to go to a Wrestle Kingdom!


You should, it's amazing. Everyone should go to Japan at least once.
Just to add to this.

Both ANA and JAL offer vastly reduced domestic flights for international tourists that does not require the international leg of the journey to have been flown with themselves
Edited by: "OllieSt" 28th Jun
AgentDaleCooper28/06/2019 19:25

You should, it's amazing. Everyone should go to Japan at least once.


My No 1 destination.


This is a great link for first time visitors.

If you intend to travel around the country then I would suggest Yamato service for suitcases. It's available from any hotel reception, and is cheap, efficient and reliable. You can send the luggage ahead of you if part of your trip only requires a backpack etc. It will be waiting for you in your room when you arrive
Edited by: "OllieSt" 28th Jun
Good price, absolutely loved Japan
It's an alright price but these days Japan is a deal when it's under £350. A year back got £237 from Manchester with one of Chinese airlines when they were having their Chinese black Friday equivalent.
AgentDaleCooper28/06/2019 19:25

You should, it's amazing. Everyone should go to Japan at least once.


If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you reckon £3,000 per person would be more than enough ( wanted to go Osaka and mt Fuji too )
brumzfinest28/06/2019 22:49

If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you …If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you reckon £3,000 per person would be more than enough ( wanted to go Osaka and mt Fuji too )


Mine cost less but depends how long and where your staying etc.

For Osaka I recommend the below ‘hotel’ it’s just awesome,
carpediem-osaka.jp/en/
brumzfinest28/06/2019 22:49

If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you …If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you reckon £3,000 per person would be more than enough ( wanted to go Osaka and mt Fuji too )


Depends how long your going for!
brumzfinest28/06/2019 23:20

Sorry should’ve stated around 2 weeks


Then easily enough. Got for he Ninja restaurant in Tokyo as well, great fun!
Edited by: "AgentDaleCooper" 28th Jun
brumzfinest28/06/2019 22:49

If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you …If you don’t mind me asking I’ve been planning on going for a while do you reckon £3,000 per person would be more than enough ( wanted to go Osaka and mt Fuji too )



If you've not been before and you want to incorporate Osaka, Mt Fuji and Tokyo then I would consider flying to Tokyo then an internal flight to Osaka then 7 day rail pass to use from Osaka to Mt Fuji to Tokyo. (you can use the pass to travel from Osaka to Kyoto, just make sure the last day of the pass gets you to Tokyo)

Kyoto is worth a visit too as well as Nara and Hiroshima, but the list just goes on and on. That is the one issue with Japan, there is so much to see and so much diversity.

I have already posted Yamato and I sent suitcases from Osaka to Tokyo whilst I travelled from Osaka to Takayama then on to Kanazawa. You could do the same so you're not lumbering suitcase around when going to Mt Fuji. That said and done many people go to Mt Fuji from Tokyo.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 28th Jun
OllieSt28/06/2019 23:22

If you've not been before and you want to incorporate Osaka, Mt Fuji and …If you've not been before and you want to incorporate Osaka, Mt Fuji and Tokyo then I would consider flying to Tokyo then an internal flight to Osaka then 7 day rail pass to use from Osaka to Mt Fuji to Tokyo. (you can use the pass to travel from Osaka to Kyoto, just make sure the last day of the pass gets you to Tokyo)Kyoto is worth a visit too as well as Nara and Hiroshima, but the list just goes on and on. That is the one issue with Japan, there is so much to see and so much diversity. I have already posted Yamato and I sent suitcases from Osaka to Tokyo whilst I travelled from Osaka to Takayama then on to Kanazawa. You could do the same so you're not lumbering suitcase around when going to Mt Fuji. That said and done many people go to Mt Fuji from Tokyo.


Thanks for the advice
AgentDaleCooper28/06/2019 23:21

Then easily enough. Got for he Ninja restaurant in Tokyo as well, great …Then easily enough. Got for he Ninja restaurant in Tokyo as well, great fun!


Thanks for the advice
brumzfinest29/06/2019 01:03

Thanks for the advice


No problem.

JR Pass fare calculator is a handy tool to see if it's worth buying.

If you chose to scrap the internal flight to Osaka as I previously suggested it would save you the price of the flight.

Then using the trains it would only show a saving of £12.45 (Odawara is as close to Mt Fuji you can get using JR Pass) to have the pass over purchasing regular fares.


But if you do decide on day trips from Osaka then the pass will become more financially viable.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 29th Jun
Great deal and great thread
OVERSIER28/06/2019 22:09

It's an alright price but these days Japan is a deal when it's under £350. …It's an alright price but these days Japan is a deal when it's under £350. A year back got £237 from Manchester with one of Chinese airlines when they were having their Chinese black Friday equivalent.


Great price @OVERSIER I paid just shy of £160 return with Turkish a while ago now (but that was flying from Budapest) and into Osaka and out of Tokyo which makes sense if you are travelling around. Kyoto is amazing and all public transport (trains, buses etc) are amazingly efficient in Japan.
OllieSt28/06/2019 19:31

My No 1 destination.This is a great link for first time visitors.If you …My No 1 destination.This is a great link for first time visitors.If you intend to travel around the country then I would suggest Yamato service for suitcases. It's available from any hotel reception, and is cheap, efficient and reliable. You can send the luggage ahead of you if part of your trip only requires a backpack etc. It will be waiting for you in your room when you arrive


That's a great idea, I've been thinking if a trip to Japan but was worried about having to take luggage around on the train if we go to multiple places. Thanks for the tip!
JagerMR29/06/2019 11:30

That's a great idea, I've been thinking if a trip to Japan but was worried …That's a great idea, I've been thinking if a trip to Japan but was worried about having to take luggage around on the train if we go to multiple places. Thanks for the tip!


You really don’t have to book it in advance. Just ask your hotel to organise it. They will charge you with no surcharge. All I did prior to leaving the U.K. was email the hotel I wanted it delivered to and asked if it was ok for them to store my luggage for 5/6 days. As I said when I arrived at the hotel in Tokyo the suitcases were in my room.

From memory it was about £20 per suitcase.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 29th Jun
Shame this wasnt sep oct
Honestly hate stop overs, especially long flights. I did it before to Japan and it was so exhausting, the year after I just paid the extra money and flew direct and it was much more enjoyable.
Less than £40 more from Manchester in Feb/March
Went to Japan for first time this time last year. Stunning. Greatly recommend.
Also I paid £240 return.
Still giving great as a good price
Any good hotel deals?
Great place to go, I loved Japan, the Japanese as so friendly and so helpful. The cheapest and fastest way to get round Tokyo is to use the punctual subway system. Remember to get the Tokyo Subway 1-3 Day pass on arrival at the airport, you will need to show your passport to prove you are a tourist, this gives a big saving compared to buying individual journey tickets. For the more adventurous who wish to travel around Japan, get the Japan Rail pass before you leave the Uk, it can work out far cheaper than buying individual Bullet train tickets which are very expensive.
I wonder if this is so cheap as they're resuming commercial whaling after 30 years?
kwid30/06/2019 18:55

Any good hotel deals?


It depends on your budget and where you want to stay. Tokyo is massive.

Look here to decide, but essentially it's a capital city, you have to be realistic with your expectations on cost. Shinjuku or Shibuya are pretty safe choices.

I don't bother with the 1-3 day pass, but I guess it would make sense in some, but not all circumstances. I use a Suica card that can be topped up with ease as and when required. They can also be used at the drink vending machines all over Tokyo
Edited by: "OllieSt" 30th Jun
Going to be going to japan for the first time next year for 2 weeks minimum with the wife for our honeymoon. This thread has given me loads of info. Seriously to all you helpful people with your comments and recommendations thank you
If anyone is going to Kyoto this may be of interest.

Where to buy real Kyoto knives

I went to Shigeharu, the oldest knife manufacturer in Japan dating back to the Kamakura period (1190-1329).


Cash only and all different prices, the guy there speaks no English, but you can get by. He will stamp your family name on the blade for you. Cash only.

Aritsugu is what most tourists end up buying, and the value for money by comparison doing what I did is worth putting in the extra effort in my opinion.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 11th Jul
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