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Jetstar Osaka/Tokyo Return: CNS $452/ $461, Bris $545/ $547, SYD $591/ $611, MEL $623/ $631, GC $629/ $637, ADL $643/$651 @ IWTF

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Jetstar is having a huge sale to Japan

  • Flying: Jetstar
  • Cheapest Dates: Departing Cairns in Jun - Jul/24. Brisbane in Jun - Aug/24. Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Adelaide and Perth in Jul - Sep/24
  • Included: 7kg Carry on luggage only
  • Layover: Flights are direct from Cairns and Brisbane. Flights from Sydney to Osaka are direct. All other flights are via Cairns

$452 Return Cairns to Osaka Flights.

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$545 Return Brisbane to Osaka Flights.

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$591 Return Sydney to Osaka Flights.

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$623 Return Melbourne to Osaka Flights.

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$629 Return Gold Coast to Osaka Flights.

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$643 Return Adelaide to Osaka Flights.

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$461 Return Cairns to Tokyo Flights.

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$547 Return Brisbane to Tokyo Flights.

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$611 Return Sydney to Tokyo Flights.

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$631 Return Melbourne to Tokyo Flights.

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$637 Return Gold Coast to Tokyo Flights.

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$651 Return Adelaide to Tokyo Flights.

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$885 Return Perth to Tokyo Flights.

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Comments

  • +4

    Do you expect more Japan fare sales for Sep to Dec dates?

  • +19

    Ended up $1.2k with meal and 30kgs baggage. 😂😂

    • +8

      Yep once you add anything to make the flight a proper flight it ends up more expensive than JAL.

    • +1

      How is that possible? $600 - $700 for meal and baggage?

      I decided to bring some food onboard and 1x $30kg only costs $40ish.

      • +2

        here. Sydney to Tokyo return. I still remember that hassle from Jetstar when I flew back from Tokyo last 2017. They are literally weighing every single item you have before they let you in to the plane, never again. But not sure now.

        https://ibb.co/SVXtRr1

        Edit: Jetstar crew knows you have gundam ROBOTS somewhere in your hand carry. lol

        • +1

          They are literally weighing every single item you have before they let you in to the plane

          Earlier this year I flew Tokyo to Sapporo via Jetstar Japan. They were weighing all carry on (even backpacks and handbags) at the bag drop area and tagging them when they passed the weight limit. I almost got caught out when my camera caused my carry on to weigh too much.

        • When I fly with someone, we check in seperately at the counter and we leave the heavy items behind before getting the carry on measured. Last time, when I flew with Jetstar on my own to Korea, I simply left my bagpack and my coat on the couches next to the check-in counters and got my carry-on weighted. It's not a nice thing to do but no other airline weight your normal sized carry ons in Australia. I refuse to pay 160 dollars for a 7kg + 3kg carry-on to be checked-in.

    • +7

      I'm flying with Japan Airlines next week from Adelaide to Sydney, and Sydney to Tokyo and return via the same route (It'll be Qantas between Adelaide and Sydney, but booked it all with JAL). I get 2x23kg baggage, plus a small cabin bag, food and entertainment, as well as better ecenomy seats than Jetstar for less $1,200.

      Have been checking different airlines for months and in the end I decided to fly with JAL. And I booked directly with them too. These "budget" airlines are just a headache and not worth it, specially on international flights.

      • +1

        I am flying with JAL too next Friday lol. Sydney to Tokyo. Paid around that much too for 2 adults and 2 kids.

        Edit: Agree, and a BIG NO NO when you have kids.

      • +3

        Not to mention sub-par service, potential cancellations, having to BYO food, and often Jetstar timings are just horrible.

      • +1

        JAL is totally worth it

    • +5

      I don't mind flying budget (have done many times as well) and don't mind limited leg room etc but with Jetstar I have some reservations. I flown with them to NZ early this year and found the experience to be far from good. They measure every luggage (dimensions as well as weight) which is fair enough due to their tight pricing however what's not acceptable is that them asking us (family with young kids) to unpack our luggage to move stuff over so we have individual luggage limits to 7 kg (We had 28 kgs allowance amongst 4 of us but only had stuff about 24 kg so decided to use only 3 luggages instead of 4. But they insisted that individual luggage should be under 7 kg. With whinging kids, we had to unpack all and get 1 kg off each luggage to produce them with a 4th luggage to satisfy the requirement. I thought this was completely unnecessary especially when we are well under the total allowance and none of our bags exceeded 8 kg). Kids hated the experience (obviously) and even other passengers were pissed off the treatment we received.

      • It may be about lifting heavy bags into overhead luggage bins. And about heavy luggage falling out of the bins.

        Additionally they may have not wanted to be seen making an exception of the 7kg per bag in your case as other passengers might think it’s special treatment.

        • +4

          I get that if we're talking about 10 kg plus. They made me take 300g out from a bag so it can be under 7 kg. Imagine that? Was that really necessary? In my books no.

  • +2

    I am not purchasing a flight until you change your abbreviation back to IWTF.

    • +4

      Hit the character limit - a little editing and done (and yes, I do WTF)

    • +1

      And spell Cairns correctly. ;)

      • +1

        Typo, thanks.

  • +6

    Why is it so hard for any airline to do a direct Melbourne to Haneda flight? Sydney gets several but Mel gets none.

    • Yesssssssssssss Jesus Christ

    • Just be happy you get direct flights with a real airline like JAL while the rest of us suffer with Qantstar only direct, if that.

    • I'd be happy for direct SYD-NRT flights again.

    • +1

      Limited international slots per airline in Haneda and wanting to prioritise the most popular routes to go there. For Australia, that would be Sydney for any major carrier (Qantas, JAL, ANA). For Jetstar I guess they only have one route going to Tokyo even if it's from Cairns so they can grab the slot anyway.

      Though some airlines even if they only have a single route to Tokyo still only fly to Narita anyway.

    • Qantas did it recently, but sadly only for a short period and if the flight was delayed long enough you got stuck at HND in the middle of the night with no public transport. Speaking from personal experience…

  • Becoming very competitive for flights to Japan. I think safer country to travel drawing lot of tourists nowadays.

    • You go there, and you'll just end up bumping into Aussies everywhere then, haha

      • +1

        That's true, I went there just post COVID and even visited none top destinations but still, and met a few Aussies.

      • I bumped into one Australian entourage during 2 weeks in Kyushu/Tokyo during April. It's easy enough to find avoid Australians.

    • +1

      Flying from Manila last year to Tokyo I spoke to some 20-something Filipino men and they regularly goto to Tokyo specifically for the safety when out drinking and partying.

  • +4

    Anyone but Jetstar. Burned once, burned forever.

    • Know what you re saying. Two weeks ago had to book daughter end of June going Jetstar plus internal domestic flight to Fukuoka for $1800. Not flexible on the date unfortunately. I have never had a good experience Jetstar but she wanted to go on those flights. A guy I suspect.

  • +6

    Beware summer weather in Tokyo is very hot and humid. Just saying.

    • +1

      Yes, what I was going to say when I saw the dates. This is a miserable time to visit Tokyo. Bearable if only a few days and you intend to get out of the city.

      • +1

        Meh. Wasn't that bad when I went during the humid weather last year. It gets hot and you sweat, but you deal with it.

        • +1

          Yea non issue imo. Unless you’re from Tassie or Melbourne the summers aren’t really that far a part. it’s not really not that big a deal. People love to parrot it for some reason which i find weird considering our climate.

        • I lived there for 4 years. It's really comfortable walking around April to mid June and September to November. However, it's circa 80% humidity July/August, you're not spending time in the pool having cocktails like in Thailand or other humid places people are used to going to. In addition, it can rain a lot. If you're from Brisbane or Sydney, you you'd be more used to it than it you're from Perth or Adelaide. A lot of people struggle with the humidity, many friends hated it, particularly those that tried to do a few weeks in Tokyo.

          That said, outside of the city, Hakone, Nikko, Mt Fuji, are perfect. And if you want to venture to Hakuba or Hokkaido it's perfect summer weather too.

    • I've been to Darwin in December when it was 36 and 80% humidity. I'm assuming it will be similar.

  • +1

    Waiting for the sales for Brisbane to Osaka that cover March/April 2025.

    Gonna do a minimalist trip with only 7kg carry on. Will only need to buy a meal for the flight there… probably pick up some snacks at the airport before boarding.

    Parents are doing a similar trip soon.

    • If you have seperate bookings or have friends joining the trip, try to check in seperately and leave the heavier items or backpack on the couch/seats with them when you check in at the international counter and get your lighter carry on weighted only. Once you get a Jetstar carry-on on tag, you should be fine putting the heavier items back in or picking up your second personal item/backpack.

  • Terrible dates to visit tokyo. Good if go to Hokkaido.

  • +2

    Tokyo Summer heat is no joke. I love the city but i could never go back during Summer.

    • Yes, Tokyo (and Kyoto and Osaka) summers during peak tourist season isnt that much fun. And August you start getting into typhoon season which can wreck the whole holiday

      That said, if you go north of Tokyo or inland to the Alps its quite pleasant.

      • which can wreck the whole holiday

        Yep it's not fun wasting so much money to sit in your hotel or airbnb. Happened to me and it was awful.

  • +1

    I just got back OOL.CNS.KIX for 2 weeks. I only took 6.8kg going there and bought 20kg coming back for under $700 return. You buy food to take onboard, easy to do coming back with all their delicious sandwiches and other food available in Lawson's, 7/11 etc. Don't need 32kg, that's ridiculous. I also requested free emergency exit seating both ways and they gave it to me both times.

    • Good hustle. How much of a food stash do you reckon is needed each way? Any suggested foodstuffs to take?

      • I usually take sandwiches and drinks onboard. You can also buy soda cans in vending machines at Japan airport departures much cheaper at 100-140 yen vs $4 for a can of Pepsi or Solo onboard. I also like to take hard candy onboard like Werthers.

      • +1

        How much of a food stash do you reckon is needed each way?

        Enough to survive a 10 hour flight?

        2 meals, or one if you eat at the airport before boarding.

        From Japan you can take along food packs from the convenience stores that will survive no refrigeration for a few hours (vegetarian is pretty safe). There are heaps of options. Can get them in the train stations and most airports as well.

        From Australia, well, you should know that

    • How'd you request free emergency exit seating?

      • Whenever I check in I always be pleasant/friendly and ask how full is the flight. Then I ask if there's any emergency seats available and they will usually say yes if you you check in reasonably early before the seats are allocated and look strong enough to assist. If they respond and say the flight is not full then I will scout out any empty seats before take off and move there. You can lift up all the arm rests and lay down to sleep. Flight staff don't care, you just need to make sure any meals come to your new seat if pre-ordered.

        • what do you mean you scout them out? I thought you meant they allocated you a specific emergency seat, why would you need to scout anything out in that case?

          • @GenghisGun: Yes emergency seat is nice but my first preference for a long flight (6+ hrs) is having 3 seats together so i can lay down. I always try board in the last 5-10 people so I can look for empty seats when boarding, plus it's easier to sit while people are lining up at the gate. So when i board i can see how full is the plane and if there's any 3 empty seats together. I'll always ask for emergency seat if i have to check-in in person (not required for domestic but most international require this even if you have no check-in luggage). Of course I don't always get them plus I also wouldn't bother requesting emergency seat for 1-2hr domestic flights.

    • When and where did you request it ?

      • I request the emergency seat when I check in.

  • I already have the same flights booked for $200 more. Oof. Very nice deals

  • +1

    Anyone else with needlessly broad shoulders know what the seats are like? Never flown Jetstar, but my shoulders are over 24"/60cm wide (straight measurement end-to-end). Wondering how many seats I will have to book this time

    • Limited leg room imo over 6ft you may not be comfortable. Width would only be a problem on exit aisles, I would think.

    • Sad to say you're pretty much screwed on any airline these days. Offer to be a cuddle buddy on the flight? ;)

  • Just booked 23 Mar - 8 Apr return.

    Glad they also accept Qantas points as well as i build this up over the year from flying for work.

    • Nice thing is that it overlaps school holidays by a week :)

      • This is the way to take advantage of these cheaper fares and travel during the school holidays.

  • No love for WA in this deal

  • -1

    jetstar is awesome. just got back and want to go there again.

    last year we only paid around 2k return for 5 people. thats with meals, seats and two checked in bags.

    • that's a really good deal, we paid around 1.5k for 3 people with seats + 3 checked bags (no food)

      • their sale last month was better, $1500 for five people with two checked in bags. no seats and meals yet though.

  • Anyone know how often does Jetstar have the free-return sales? And usually what time during the year? Thanks heaps

  • Booked cheap return flights for Tokyo Marathon 2025, charity rego. for it opens in a month 🤞.

  • I love Japan and have been over 7 times, and I highly recommend it as a travel destination. Having said that, don't go during the Japanese summer, it's just too hot. It's better to go in autumn around October or later, it's much cooler. You also get the amazing autumn colours.

  • Just kindly remind you that your holiday could easily ruined by Jetstar from the beginning.

    Booked Bne to Osaka and didn't realise the flight has 50% chance of delay. Which you will arrive Osaka at 11:30pm and miss the last public transport to the city. It will then cost you $300 in Cab. And Jetstar refuse to reimburse the cost

    You will eventually pay back every cent you saved from Jetstar. And they make you sick every time from the beginning.

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