Fly from Sydney or Melbourne to Okinawa Japan for under $700 return

Stephanie Yip 6 June 2017

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Unheard of prices for a unique resort holiday.

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Okinawa is Japan's answer to the domestic resort holiday. Located in the East China Sea, it comprises of 150 islands and a tropical climate that makes it a haven for local holidaymakers seeking sun and surf.

Even in winter, the temperature in Okinawa barely drops below 23°C making even these discounted autumn/winter flights something of a rare find.

You can thank Air China for these fares, which are taking you from Sydney or Melbourne to Okinawa via Beijing for under $700 return. Even flights to the country's capital of Tokyo rarely hit this low on an all-inclusive carrier.

You'll need to fly on specific dates in October and November for these tickets, which are available until sold out.

Prices start at $682 return when departing Melbourne and $699 when departing Sydney. Most of the cheapest dates depart late October and return early November.

Book: You can search for and book these stellar flights now through I Want That Flight.

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