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Sushi has been popular since the 1820s, and has since spread from Japan to sushi trains across the world. There are many traditional Japanese eateries in Shibuya, however a stand out is Ouchi in Shibuya-ku, offering a truly organic experience reminiscent of the 1800s. Run by the charismatic master Hasashi Ouchi, this little treasure is a must-try in Tokyo.
The centre of the department store at Takashimaya Times Square presents half an acre of the world's tastiest treats. All types of food are available – from bean paste sweets, to the perfect rockmelon, to yakitori (chicken skewers). Each are individually wrapped in truly artful Japanese paper and wooden boxes.
For a true Tokyo experience, try the Ichiran Ramen House. With queues that can stretch for blocks and last an hour, the food is definitely worth it. It's not the place to go for a long chat as each diner sits at an individual booth and phones are banned. You'll be so enthralled by the food, however, that this won't even bother you in the slightest.
Tokyo Airport (NRT)
Flights from Australia to Tokyo will disembark at Narita International Airport.
Narita International Airport (NRT) is Tokyo's primary airport and the second busiest airport in Japan. The airport serves as a major international stop over between America and Asia, and is also a hub for Japan Airlines.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Narita International Airport. Book your Tokyo Airport accommodation.
Getting to Tokyo
There are many airlines that offer flights to Tokyo from Australia. Direct flights from Sydney take around 10 hours. Flights from Brisbane or Melbourne via Sydney take around 13 hours. Flights from Perth via Hong Kong, Singapore or Kuala Lumpur take around 13 hours.
Airlines that fly to Tokyo
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Tokyo from Australia include:
For more information on Tokyo holidays check out our Tokyo travel guide.
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