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Flights to Japan From Australia Drop to Lowest Levels EVER

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Flights to Japan From Australia Drop to Lowest Levels EVER

Jetstar is giving away free return legs on flights to Japan, dropping the price of a trip to Tokyo to less than $150 each way.

The half-price airfares for flights to Japan are on offer from May 13 to June 26, 2019.

Jetstar is giving away free return legs on flights to Japan, dropping the price of a trip to Tokyo to less than $150 each way
A fare from Cairns to Tokyo starts from $299, which equates to $149.50 each way

A fare from Cairns to Tokyo starts from $299, which equates to $149.50 each way.

Return flights to Tokyo’s Narita Airport start from $329 from the Gold Coast, $343 from Sydney, $348 from Brisbane and $375 from Melbourne.

Return flights to Osaka start from $299 from Cairns, $404 from Sydney and $424 from Adelaide.

Earlier in the year, Skyscanner Australia noted that bookings to Japan were 35 per cent higher than the first half of 2017.

Figures from the Japan National Tourism Organisation show that the country is one of the fastest-growing holiday destinations for Australians this year.

Earlier in the year, Skyscanner Australia pointed out that bookings to Japan were 35 per cent higher than the first half of 2017
Japan National Tourism Organisation added to the narrative that Japan is one of the fastest growing holiday destinations for Australians this year

Its data showed a 170 per cent hike in trips to Japan by Australians over the last five years.

It is believed the bookings have eclipsed places like Bali or Thailand in some cases.

‘Japan’s strength and appeal as a travel destination lies in our difference,’ Japan National Tourism Organisation in Sydney Executive Director Kana Wakabayashi said.

‘We can offer experiences that can’t be found anywhere else in the world, like eating yakitori in a lane-way bar and chatting with locals, soaking in a natural hot-spring with a view of Mt Fuji or even hiking along an ancient trail and visiting beautifully preserved post towns.’

Eager passengers have until midnight (AEST) October 7 to make the bookings.

Data showed a 170 per cent hike in trips to Japan by Australians over the last five years
National Tourism Organisation in Sydney Executive Director Kana Wakabayashi said, 'Japan’s strength and appeal as a travel destination lies in our difference'
National Tourism Organisation in Sydney Executive Director Kana Wakabayashi said, 'We can offer experiences that can’t be found anywhere else in the world, like eating yakitori in a lane-way bar and chatting with locals, soaking in a natural hot-spring with a view of Mt Fuji or even hiking along an ancient trail and visiting beautifully preserved post towns'

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