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Tokyo – the best city in the world, the future host of the summer Olympics and the place travelers just cannot get enough of. There’s so much to do, so much to see – and so many ways to experience the tranquil perfection. For a limited time, you can get there in peak season for just $434 and up, from both coasts…

The Deals

Singapore, Air Canada and ANA have incredible deals out of Los Angeles, between $434 and $499 round trip. That’s phenomenal for such revered five star airlines. For the rest of us, China Eastern is offering excellent deals from quite a few other cities. There are top notch offers from New York, Boston, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Vancouver. ANA and Singapore offer two of the very best premium economy cabins, and good ways to upgrade, so this could work out to be an extra stellar deal.

The Dates

These deals are available from January thru April 2018. There may be similar great deals later in the year, so don’t hesitate to check. Other than the Singapore deal from LA, you’ll do best searching Momondo.

How To Book

These deals won’t last, so if you’re in, firm up dates and get booking. We’ve made handy round trip examples from each city. Simply click the city and change dates to your liking, looking for the same pricing. Here’s Los Angeles with Air Canada,Β ANA, Los Angeles with Singapore, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Vancouver, and Boston. Here’s a list of things to know before visiting Tokyo, an amazing place to stay, and a photo guide of what to do while you’re there.

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