Japan flights from $599 return on Qantas

Stephanie Yip 13 February 2018

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Full-service prices to the Land of the Rising Sun have hit rock-bottom.

Qantas has a deal on flights to Japan that you simply have to hop onto. In it are fares from just $599 return from six Australian cities to the Japanese capital of Tokyo.

Flights are for travel between April and November 2018, which concentrates around the Japanese summer and is an idyllic time to explore the country comfortably.

As always, the cheapest flights take off from Queensland with Brisbane to Tokyo fares starting at $599 return. This is closely followed by Canberra to Tokyo flights from $613 and Sydney toTokyo from $618 return.

There's no set end date to this sale, so get in while you can before they sell out by visiting I Want That Flight.

How good are these fares?

Depending on your route and when you fly with Qantas, you could pay upwards of $1,000 return to visit Tokyo, so taking advantage of this sale could save you a heap. That being said, we have seen Qantas hit rock bottom with $599 return fare sales in the past, though have yet to see them slide even further down the price scale.

Those pushing their budgets can take advantage of current budget airline prices, which start from as low as $287 return from Cairns according to Skyscanner. Though, if you're comparing like-to-like fares, Brisbane flights start from $381 and Sydney from $368 return, which could hike up to close to these sale prices should you require baggage and in-flight meals and entertainment.


Flights to Japan on sale:

From
To
Travel dates
Return fare
Book
BrisbaneTokyoApril-June 2018
$599
Book your flight to Tokyo
CanberraTokyoMay-June 2018
$613
Book your flight to Tokyo
Sydney
Tokyo
April-June 2018
$618
Book your flight to Tokyo
Adelaide
Tokyo
May-July 2018
$622
Book your flight to Tokyo
MelbourneTokyoApril-June 2018
$642
Book your flight to Tokyo
PerthTokyoApril-November
$647
Book your flight to Tokyo

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