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E-hotel Higashi Shinjuku
The hotel is located right beside Higashi-Shinjuku station and enjoys easy access to Shinjuku, Shibuya and Ikebukuro. Guests will be able to enjoy shopping in the surrounding area and choose from a range of restaurants that can be found near the hotel. This city hotel provides its guests with mod...
Travel Dates: 8 May - 11 June 2019
Shinjuku Granbell Hotel
This modern and luxurious hotel boasts a privileged position in the lively and cosmopolitan Shinjuku district in Tokyo. Conveniently located, this hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations and the nearest international airport, making it a very popular accommodation option amon...
Travel Dates: 8 May - 11 June 2019
About Flying To Tokyo From Sydney
How long does it take to fly to Tokyo?
Sydney to Tokyo flight time: 10 hours
Airlines & Airport Information For Tokyo
Narita International Airport (NRT) is Tokyo's primary airport and the second busiest airport in Japan. The airport serves as a major international stopover between America and Asia and is also a hub for Japan Airlines.
Airports in Tokyo
Airlines that fly to Tokyo
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More About Tokyo
One of the most famous Buddhist sites in the city is the Sensō-ji Temple. The location has boasted a temple since 645CE, however the current buildings are largely modern constructions because of destruction during World War II. The temple itself features an imposing façade known as the Thunder Gate, while the centrepiece of the complex is a five-storey pagoda and central hall. The adjoining gardens offer contemplation away from the city's hectic pace.
Construction on the original Meiji Shrine began in 1915 and was completed in 1921. However the current shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, was unveiled in 1958 after the initial structure was destroyed during World War II. The shrine is located amongst a serene forest that offers respite from the hectic pace of the city.
Consider visiting the Shitamachi Museum for a greater understanding of Japanese culture and history.
Read more in our Japan Destination Guide >>