This is such a good deal and yes, it’s round trip…
If there was a definitive list for the world’s three best cities, Tokyo would be on it. If there was a definitive list of the best possible airlines to fly – ANA and Singapore Air would be on that list as well. Both airlines have launched exciting flash sales from Los Angeles to Tokyo, with easily the lowest mainstream deals of the year. If you’ve been dying to find out that sushi in Japan really is as good as you’d hope, or just love anime and robots, this is the sale to book…
Tokyo is everything. It’s one of the cleanest and safest cities in the world, the home of swoon worthy cuisine like ramen, sushi and katsu and also the best place to do karaoke. Some might say Tokyo’s parks such as the Imperial Palace Gardens, or Yoyogi Park are even more beautiful than Central Park in New York City. But its the cultural experience that makes Tokyo such a wonderful destination. Maybe it’s the fact that ground staff bow to planes as they depart, or that everyone is treated with a high level respect, but you’ll have a completely new understanding of the world after just a single visit. Singapore is offering $450 round trips in economy, and the comforts of their amazing premium economy cabin for just $990. ANA is matching with $450 deals.
The Tokyo Travel Dates
These great bargains are available from January 10th through October 31st, 2019. That’s a great range of travel dates including the beloved Cherry Blossom “Sakura” season in spring. Not every date will be available, but at the moment these deals are wide open and will only get tougher to book as people catch on. Long story short: if you want one, firm up dates and book soon. The deals expire November 27th, 2018 either way.
How To Book Your Trip To Japan
It’s exciting, isn’t it? If you want to book one of the ANA deals, click this Google Flights link and play with dates to find something that works for you. If you want to book one of the Singapore Air deals in economy for $450, premium for $990 or business for $2990, head here to the Tokyo deal page directly on their website.