Singapore Airlines sale: Ski Japan with flights to Tokyo from $676 return

Stephanie Yip 8 September 2017 NEWS

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All-inclusive flights to Japan's soft powder.

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Earlier this week, Singapore Airlines dropped a sale on flights into Asia with fares down to $475 return – and while its Japan trips aren't quite that low, they are pretty on the spot in terms of value and timing.

Starting at just $676 return on flights from Perth, they'll take you to Tokyo and are perfectly timed to catch the end of the ski season in February and March. There are minimal flights in April, giving you the potential to catch the cherry blossoms if they decide to bloom early, which they have done in the past.

Otherwise, you're looking at a variety of flights in May and August, which is spring and summer in the land of the rising sun, respectively.

Flights from Australia are priced as follows:

  • Perth to Tokyo ... from $676 return
  • Brisbane to Tokyo ... from $681 return
  • Canberra to Tokyo ... from $699 return
  • Melbourne to Tokyo ... from $710 return
  • Adelaide to Tokyo ... from $713 return
  • Sydney to Tokyo ... from $725 return

You have until 20 September to snap up these sale fares – that is, unless the seats sell out. We're predicting February-March and April dates to go first so get in while you can if an overseas snow trip is what you're after.

All flights can be booked direct through Singapore Airlines though we found them cheaper on I Want That Flight here. Better still, if you want to play the price match game you can hit up Flight Centre which is advertising fares for similar dates from $739 here and get a bonus $1 off.

If you do plan to barrel down the slopes and experience Japan's soft snow, it's worth looking into ski and snow travel insurance to ensure you've covered.

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