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Flights from New York to Tokyo are commonly sought by both tourists and business travelers. The largest metropolitan area in the world, Tokyo boasts numerous museums, performing arts theaters, shopping centers, and world-famous cuisine. By using Orbitz.com, travelers can quickly find bargain tickets for flights from New York to Tokyo.
Travelers from New York to Tokyo can travel via three primary airports in New York City and the surrounding area. LaGuardia and JFK airports are located in the city, while Newark International Airport is located in nearby Newark, New Jersey. Bus, train, and taxi services are available between the local area and each of the three airports. United Airlines offers flights from New York to Tokyo from Newark International Airport. American Airlines, Japan Airlines, and Delta Air Lines fly from New York to Tokyo from JFK.
The daily rate for parking in the garage at both Newark and JFK is $33. Each of the airports offers a variety of dining options, including fast food, sandwich shops, delis, and coffee shops. There are also sit-down restaurants available at each of the airports for travelers who prefer a more leisurely meal prior to their departing flights.
Located northwest of Tokyo Bay, the city of Tokyo contains several districts as well as outlying islands. In addition to being the capital of Japan, Tokyo is also home to more than 13 million people, making it the most densely populated metropolitan area in the world.
Haneda Airport and Narita International Airport serve the city of Tokyo. Although Narita International is located just outside of the city, it is the primary flight destination for international travelers. Most residents and visitors in Tokyo use the city's rail system to get around. Travelers can take a nonstop train service from the airport to numerous destinations in the city. The trip takes about 1 hour.
Travelers arriving in winter should expect temperatures between 36 and 62 degrees Fahrenheit. Summers are often hot and humid, with temperatures averaging 82 degrees Fahrenheit during the month of August. Temperatures begin to cool down to about 62 degrees Fahrenheit during the fall. Rain is common in Tokyo, particularly during the month of June, so travelers should be prepared with umbrellas and rain jackets.
Among the most notable attractions in Tokyo are Meiji Shrine and the gardens at the Imperial Palace. Visitors can choose from a range of cultural attractions, including various museums and an array of performing arts theaters. To gain a true appreciation of the size of the city, Tokyo Tower offers an expansive view.
With a wealth of performing arts theaters, annual festivals, sports teams, shopping centers, museums, and natural parks, there is truly something for everyone in Tokyo. To quickly and easily plan a trip from New York to Tokyo, travelers can use the travel planner tool on Orbitz.com to find the best deals on airfare, hotels, and attractions.
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