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Perth/Sydney to Tokyo Direct on 5-Star All Nippon Airways from $584/$695 Return (Dates from Oct to early Dec) @ BeatThatFlight


A 5-star Japanese airline direct from Sydney to Tokyo from $695 and Perth to Tokyo from under $600? Epic!

Read the 5-star Skytrax review - they're impressive

From: Sydney (SYD) / Perth (PER)
To: Tokyo Narita (NRT)
Airline: ANA
Alliance: Star Alliance
How: Direct
When: Oct-Dec

Examples from Perth - all $584 Return

01 Nov to 11 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0111tyo111...
03 Nov to 08 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0311tyo081...
03 Nov to 12 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0311tyo121...
03 Nov to 09 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0311tyo091...
03 Nov to 10 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0311tyo101...
03 Nov to 13 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0311tyo131...
03 Nov to 11 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0311tyo111...
29 Oct to 08 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per2910tyo081...
04 Nov to 14 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0411tyo141...
04 Nov to 11 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0411tyo111...
04 Nov to 10 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0411tyo101...
04 Nov to 09 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0411tyo091...
04 Nov to 08 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0411tyo081...
04 Nov to 13 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0411tyo131...
04 Nov to 12 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0411tyo121...
30 Oct to 09 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per3010tyo091...
30 Oct to 08 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per3010tyo081...
31 Oct to 09 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per3110tyo091...
31 Oct to 10 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per3110tyo101...
01 Nov to 10 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0111tyo101...
01 Nov to 09 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0111tyo091...
01 Nov to 08 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0111tyo091...
02 Nov to 08 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0211tyo081...
02 Nov to 09 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0211tyo091...
02 Nov to 10 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0211tyo101...
02 Nov to 11 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0211tyo111...
02 Nov to 12 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/per0211tyo121...

and many more!!

Examples from Sydney - all $695 Return

06 Dec to 09 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0612tyo091...
06 Dec to 10 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0612tyo101...
09 Nov to 17 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0911tyo171...
09 Nov to 16 Nov - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0911tyo161...
06 Dec to 12 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0612tyo101...
06 Dec to 11 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0612tyo111...
06 Dec to 12 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0612tyo121...
05 Dec to 13 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0512tyo131...
05 Dec to 11 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0512tyo111...
05 Dec to 09 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0512tyo091...
03 Dec to 07 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0312tyo071...
04 Dec to 08 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0412tyo081...
03 Dec to 09 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0312tyo091...
04 Dec to 12 Dec - https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/syd0412tyo121...

and many more!!

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  • Awesome

  • +3

    Great time to go too. Not too many tourists, beautiful fall season, great weather.

    • Agreed on all those points. November holiday is awesome. If you haven't got tied with kids school commitment, go for it!

      • +3

        I take my kids travelling with us once a year. Typically during the school term. Not only is it cheaper and it allows us to afford them to come with us, they can gain more life experience in that week than they will learn in school.

        I highly recommend it, more so when the kids are still in primary school.

        • Yep same here.

          2 weeks rote learning or 2 weeks in Paris

    • Agreed. Just got some tickets from this sale too.

    • Not too many tourists,

      Well now there will be many tourists after you said it

    • Except that's Rugby world cup season so it will be pretty busy

  • I'd have to say JAL is better, 2-4-2 on dreamliner compared to 3-3-3 on ANA. Main benefit for Sydney flights is that ANA is to Haneda which is in Tokyo, compared with Narita which is in Chiba Prefecture (although there are some good cheap hotels near Narita, and plenty of shops too)

    • Agree in some respects, I've flown in/out of both and FAR prefer Haneda, and the JAL service. Of course, the JAL price for these days is dearer too…

      • Personally have always thought service and food was abit better in ANA economy than JAL, haven't flown JAL Syd to Tokyo since back when they had 777-300ER though.

    • I've flown both JAL and ANA, agreed prefer the in/out of Haneda. But loved the service of JAL.

    • In Economy, you can't beat JAL. Their seats have to rate up there as among the best.

      Premium Economy however, ANA beats them hands down.

      Never flown ANA business but hear it's amazing. JAL's beats out Qantas except on the A333 where I think Qantas have the upper hand there.

      Either way you can't go wrong with any of them

  • Narita is a pain compared to Haneda but at this price wouldn't really complain

    • +3

      Meh Narita express is okay. You can take a bus too if you are cheap.

      • +2

        Agreed. I take the Access Narita bus for Y1000. Drops you off either at Tokyo Station or Ginza. They say it takes 65-75 mins but I've been on some that took less than an hour. Very relaxing ride. The only downside is that I get way too relaxed and I often fall asleep. Good thing I'm usually with someone so they usually wake me up when we're at our destination.

        Link below has a comparison on bus vs train.

      • +2

        You can take a bus too if you are cheap.

        You know you are on Ozbargain right?

  • What does '5-star' mean for an airline?

  • OP, any deals from brisbane? Cheers

  • What are people's thoughts on traveling to Japan at this time of year? Come into some time and money and interested in maybe jetting off sometime in the next couple weeks?

    • IMO not the best time to visit. I went in August last year, and it was infernal, like constant oppressive heat, even at night (and I don't get bothered in tropical countries at all).

      Probably better in the shoulder seasons.

      • November and December are going into winter. Would be much different to August.

        • August is a month away, and he's talking about the next couple of weeks. :)

          • @JohnHowardsEyebrows: Ah I thought "this time" was referring to the deal dates.

            Yeah it's gonna be hot mate. I went in July and have never sweated so much.

            • @ozbargainer88: Ah shit… Where's good and cheap this time of year? Haha, I want to travel but don't know where

              • @OfTheOverflow: Summer at Hokkaido should be much cooler in August than the main island in Japan. And despite being popular for a winter holiday, the summer scenery there is pretty good too.

                You could go via Tokyo and take train/plane up to Hokkaido.

    • Been there 2 years in a row. In October..

      Warm and mild weather t shirt and jeans and some days shorts. Very little autumn fall colours in the tress will need to go in November for that.

      Japan grand Prix in suzuka mid October

      Cooler tempts further north and still humid down south.

      Not much else going on at that time so tourist levels are lower compared to when there are festivals.

    • I've been to Japan in june, july and august. Is it hot? Yes. But if you're used to Australian summer it really isn't that bad. I'm in Melbourne but I've lived in Darwin and been to qld in the summer. People like to think Japanese summers are something else but it just felt like any other hot asian country. Okinawa on the other hand is something else…hottest I've been in my life. In short, definitely go!

    • I live in Japan for half the year. I ALWAYS avoid Japanese Summer. They are god awful. Like Singapore but twice as worse.

  • Always wanted to go to Japan.
    Is it as expensive as I'm lead to believe?

    • +2

      travelling from perth i couldnt believe how cheap it was, i went back recently noticed prices had gone up possibly due to world cup and Olympics but still cheaper than local. i think people that complain about prices arent from Australia.

    • Now that Australia isn't as cheap as it used to be, it's not so expensive. Accommodation generally pricier than here (though you can find affordable small hotels like APA), restaurants generally a little cheaper (except the high end ones for Kobe beef and the like), transport a little dearer (taxis horrendous), alcohol very cheap, general tourist stuff not expensive.

      If you can afford a European or American holiday (or indeed an Australian one), you can afford Japan.

    • +3

      Depends if you're a fancy traveller or not. If staying in one city, you can probably live on $60-70 a day for your accommodation, meals and transportation. For example, if staying in Tokyo:

      Y3000 at a capsule hotel
      Y500 for an all day train ticket (I sometimes get a 3 day ticket for Y1500)
      Y1000-1500 for meals (sometimes hotels have some food for breakfast so you might not even need to eat out 3 times a day)

      You can get even cheaper if you really want to. Just eat onigiri from convenience stores which can be around Y100-150. Two of those is enough for one meal for me.

      Of course spend more if you want to stay at a nicer place or eat at fancy restaurants. If you're travelling with someone, stay at a business hotel which can be similarly priced to a capsule hotel stay x2.

    • +1

      Depends on what you are doing and staying. But i dont think its expensive at all.

      7/11. Amazing..

      • +1

        Pretty much this. You can eat like a king on 2000 yen a day by sticking to 7/11, Family Mart, Lawsons, etc.

        Heaps of free things to do and hostels in Japan are usually of a high standard.

        • +1

          Japanese supermarkets (ie MaxValu, Dalei) are also very good for food. They usually have a wider selection of eats then convenient stores and are cheaper.

          They have hundreds of items from sandwiches, bentos, sushi/sushimi, hot food at lower prices too. You can get really good bentos from supermarkets Y300, that include rice, pasta, meatballs, fish and other things of that nature. The food from convenient stores and supermarkets are usually much tastier then what you'd get in Australia.

          Drinks are also cheaper with soft drinks (500ml Coke, etc) and other nice things usually under Y100 at supermarkets (nice and cold/hot too)

          The only downside with the supermarkets is that they aren't everywhere and they have more limited hours (ie 10am-10pm).

          • @Pcoder: Stop. You're making me want to go back..

          • @Pcoder: Not too hard to find supermarkets. They exist in the basement of any department store, often attached to the major train stations.

            • @Cyphar: Its that convenient stores are everywhere. Also some of the basement ones are more like food gift stores and a little pricey.

          • @Pcoder: I wouldn't recommend the food at the convenience stores personally. You can get by, but you can equally find self service ticket restaurants that'll give you a sot down meal for ¥500 or so. And good tonkotsu ramen can easily be had for 800.

  • +2

    use up your savings to eat tempura at Tempura Kondo <てんぷら近藤> while you're at Ginza; you won't regret it, believe me.
    make sure you book it early or you'll missed out.

    • +3

      username checks out

        • +8

          i can tell you even without meeting you in person that you're one boring single dude; keep walking, nothing to see here.

  • Any flights for longer periods of time? e.g 3 weeks?
    Can't seem to find any

    • I can only find 10 days for the period of been looking, late November.

      Not long enough unfortunately. Pity, good prices for a great airline.

  • Very cheap! i was paying around $750-$850 for Perth to Tokyo before ANA started.

  • How much is the baggage allowance ?

  • Damn it, missed the cheap $750 flights that still let you fly home in Jan.

    • but you're from Sweden

  • How would January be to visit Tokyo?

    Google says it is cold, 4-14 or so each day, but only 3 rain days and it seems like a reasonably large amount of sunshine - does this gel with anyone's experience?

    Direct flights from Perth at this price (yes, I've checked that there are similar prices in January) make it a really compelling holiday option if the weather is ok.

    • Tokyo is cold in January. It is mostly sunny, but there is a small chance of snowfall/rain.
      After the first week of the new year, tourism settles down a lot, which is very nice.

    • Google is right. It's cold. But you'll survive.
      As above small chance of snow, but its a nice time to be there.

  • Just bought with Philippines airlines. Full service for $565. Flying late August, returning early Sept.

    Would have loved to get a ANA or JAL deal, but happy with Philippines. Better than Bogan airlines at least.

    • -1

      which Bogan fly to Japan?

    • I've done this with PAL. Plane was great but the stopover ruined it for me. Try to get out of the airport if you can because it's horrendous being stuck there for hours.

      • 2.5 hours on the way there, 6 hours on the way back. possibly will try then.

        • +1

          Mine was just over an hour going to Japan so that's okay but 6 hours going back and they wouldn't let us get out of the airport. This was in 2017 so hopefully it's different now. Try to go to Resorts World which is near the airport and maybe eat a nice meal over there and have a bit of a walk. Even going to Terminal 3 would be much better since they have a bigger selection of shops and restaurants.

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