When it comes to a destination as culturally rich and busy as Japan, tourists will never run out of things to do, dishes to try and places to visit. You can also fly to Japan more than once, to experience various seasonal activities, such as viewing cherry blossoms during spring, or skiing during winter.
If you have a flight to Tokyo, you can cross the Shibuya lane, and have your photo taken with the Hachiko statue. Check out the unique architecture that form the Tokyo skyline from Odaiba, or wear a kimono while strolling through Asakusa. Tokyo is also the jump-off point for tours to Mt Fuji, Yokohama, and one-of-a-kind amusement parks.
For your flight to Osaka, go on a food trip and shopping expedition at Dotonbori, a must-visit tourist attraction. It is known as the kitchen of Japan, so don’t forget to try famous, must-eat Kansai dishes. You can also go to Kyoto from Osaka, to explore the many temples and shrines there.
Nagoya and Fukuoka are also wonderful budget trip options to explore the Japanese countryside. You can include in your Japan itinerary unique destinations such as the Shirakawa-go Village (if taking a flight to Nagoya), and Hiroshima (if taking a flight to Fukuoka).
The largest airline in the Philippines, Cebu Pacific flies non-stop to Tokyo (Narita) from Manila and Cebu. It also has direct flights to Osaka, flights to Nagoya and flights to Fukuoka from Manila, which may be reached from all over the network.
Cebu Pacific’s low-cost flights to Japan has options for hot meals and baggage allowance of up to 40 kilos, and utilizes Cebu Pacific’s fleet of brand-new Airbus A320 and A330 aircraft.
The airline regularly promotes Japan travels, not just with promo fares to Japan, but also with a connecting flight product (via Manila) from Sydney or Dubai, among others.
With its seat sales, discount tickets and promos, Cebu Pacific’s affordable or cheap flights to Japan make travel easy and convenient for everyone.