Cheap flights from Sapporo to Tokyo
Flight information Sapporo to Tokyo
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 821 kilometres
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Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda
Fly to Tokyo, a city forever reinventing itself, and the contemporary, vibrant face of Japan.
Airlines flying this route
There are lots of direct flights to Tokyo from Sapporo. The airlines operating along this route include Vanilla Air, Skymark Airlines, Peach Aviation, Jetstar, Air Do, Japan Airlines and ANA.
Your Departure Airport
New Chitose Airport (CTS)
Departing from: Domestic Terminal
The New Chitose Airport in Sapporo has an excellent range of facilities. Transiting passengers will have access to ATMs, WiFi, an internet lounge, a nursery, payphones, a medical clinic, an observation deck as well as a variety of shops, dining options and entertainment amenities, such as a theatre and sky park.
Your Destination Airport
Narita International Airport (NRT) or Haneda Airport (HND)
Arriving in: Terminals 1, 2 or 3
There are two major airports in the larger Tokyo area that will service flights from Sapporo. These are Narita International Airport (NRT) and Haneda Airport (HND). Both of these airports are extremely well equipped, offering money services, information desks, medical services, access to WiFi, as well as shops to browse in and restaurants to dine in.
For Narita: Taxis are available right outside the airport, but can be very expensive, with a journey to the city centre around 25,000JPY ($285). From Narita there is the fast and reliable Skyliner train service as an alternative, for 2400JPY ($27) though you will have to change onto the regular subway once you reach the city. There are also Keisei buses available into various destinations in Tokyo, with fares starting around 3000JPY ($35).
For Haneda: There are taxis outside Haneda airport, but unlike Narita, this airport is far closer to the city, so taxis tend to be much more reasonable, expect a fare to range between 6000-8000JPY ($68-90). There are numerous buses that run from the airport to the city centre, for about 1000JPY ($11).
Both airports have an extensive and comprehensive range of car rental services available in all the terminals.
Do you need a form of identification?
Though this is a domestic flight, you must carry photo identification with you. This can be a social security card, a driver’s license or your passport. Please note: if you are an international traveller flying within Australia, it is recommended that you use your passport as your primary form of identification.
How long should you leave to get to the airport?
As this is a domestic flight departing and arriving in domestic terminals, it is recommended that you check in at least 45-60 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Please be aware that if you are travelling in a group, or are going on to a connecting flight, that you arrive 90-120 minutes before departure time.
Things you need to know
Time difference: None.
Weather: Deciding when to visit Tokyo will depend on what you want to do. In winter you have access to the nearby snowsports, but the temperatures can be as low as 2°C. Spring and autumn is popular because of their temperate weather, usually sticking between 18-22°C. Summers are hot in the city, and can be stifling if you aren’t used to the heat. Expect the mercury to rise between 25-29°C.
Though rental prices in Tokyo far exceed those of Sapporo, in terms of food and drink, they are roughly on par. A three-course meal for two people at a mid-range restaurant will cost around 5000JPY ($57).
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.