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Harajuku, Japan, Takeshita
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An Affordable Vacation in Central Tokyo with a Manga Twist 🎌 🗼

5-Night Tokyo Getaway from $727—Round-Trip Airfare & Hotel Included

From $727

Published by
Eduardo Vega·5/13/2024
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Pirates, there are very few things that make me as happy as finding deals to Japan (yes, slightly obsessed), and this vacation package has all the makings for an incredible getaway! Enjoy five nights in central Tokyo, with a stay at the manga-inspired HOTEL TAVINOS Asakusa (4.5/5 on TripAdvisor) and round-trip airfare included, from $727 per person.

Highlights

Great for Solo Travel
Great for Couples
Best time to travel

Departure

  • Los Angeles
  • San Jose
  • Honolulu
  • New York City
  • San Francisco
  • Vancouver
  • Chicago
  • Seattle

Destination

  • Tokyo

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*We have selected the best option for flights, as reflected in the prices given. You can also easily change the departure cities and dates.

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Other Options

Another alternative is flying to Honolulu or Los Angeles before the vacation dates, and taking advantage of that price point. You could end up saving hundreds of dollars.

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