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Toronto to Tokyo or Osaka / Kyoto, Japan - $455 CAD roundtrip | [Sep 2020 to July 2021]

Tokyo, Japan

Air Canada has dropped the price of their flights from Toronto to Tokyo, Japan down to $455 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

The flights are non-stop both ways. This is a new record for the cheapest *non-stop* flights from Toronto to Tokyo.

Dates up to early March 2021 are available. There are also dates in May 2021 for $466 CAD roundtrip.

There are currently Christmas travel dates available, such as Dec 20, 23 to Dec 31, Jan 7.

The flights are in and out of Tokyo's Haneda airport (HND).

Toronto to Osaka / Kyoto is also available for about $30 more, with dates as far away as May 2021.

You can also find Multi-City flights, where you fly into Tokyo, and then fly home from, say, Osaka, and keep the price in the $500s roundtrip.

It doesn't have to be Osaka that you return from, it's worth trying all airports in Japan at the moment. Some of the cheapest combinations are Tokyo and... Sapporo, Fukuoka, Nagoya, or Kobe.

Here is a map of all the major airports in Japan, and what's around them.

Air Canada's flexible rebooking policy

info: Air Canada's policies for new bookings during these uncertain times.

With Air Canada, you can make a one-time change without a fee.

Your new travel must be completed by June 30, 2022.

If you need to cancel your flight, you can convert the remaining value of all tickets in the booking to a voucher that is fully transferable and never expires.

Update June 12th: You can now find flights from Toronto to Osaka / Kyoto, Japan with All Nippon Airways (connecting through U.S. cities) for as low as $527 CAD roundtrip. Dates up to March 2021 are available. Start with the Google Flights links below.

You can also fly into Tokyo and home from Osaka (or vice versa). It's also worth trying other cities in Japan.

Note: ANA (All Nippon Airways) has not announced any protections for future bookings past June 1st. They've been good about offering flexible refunds & changes thus far, and had been moving the eligible dates up to now.

info: ANA's current refund policy.

Update August 26th: American Airlines has dropped the price of their 1-stop flights from Toronto to Tokyo, Japan down to $418 CAD roundtrip. Dates up to May 2021 are available.

Availability for travel

second half of August, September, October, November, December 2020

January, February, early March, May, July 2021

How to find and book this deal

1. Try a Google Flights search like this one...

Google Flights: Toronto to Tokyo, Japan (non-stop flights)

Google Flights: Toronto to Tokyo, Japan (1-stop flights)

Google Flights: Toronto to Osaka, Japan

Google Flights: Toronto to Tokyo, and home from Osaka

2. Click on the departure date box and browse for cheap date combinations

- look for the dates that are $573 to $673 roundtrip

3. Go to Skyscanner and try the same dates you found on Google Flights. The price will be lower on Skyscanner.

You may need to click on 'Cheapest' after your Skyscanner search completes.

screenshot from Skyscanner

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15 Responses to "Toronto to Tokyo or Osaka / Kyoto, Japan - $455 CAD roundtrip | [Sep 2020 to July 2021]"

    Has CN been here?
       CN on June 3rd, 2020

    can we even travel outside of canada?.

    Has Ian M been here?
       Ian M on June 4th, 2020

    Canada didn't close its border for those who'd like to leave. The problem is to find a country that would admit Canadians. Right now there are very few of them.

    Has Al R been here?
       Al R on June 5th, 2020

    Bought two return flights: January 2021 and April 2021

    Looks like the $634 flights are available through May 2021.

    Has Mimi been here?
       Mimi on July 5th, 2020

    Damn I booked this for $800 in Feb and found the exact flights $200 cheaper. Does anyone know how I can get the lower price somehow?

    Has Domenic been here?
       Domenic on July 6th, 2020

    Hi Mimi, I did as well. I then converted my original ticket to a travel voucher with ACanada that never expires. Bought new ticket for $375 less. If I have to cancel, another travel voucher in the bank.

    Good luck

    Has Ian M been here?
       Ian M on July 8th, 2020

    Hi Mimi, I tried to do the same as Dominic. It takes several week for Air Canada to issue a voucher for a cancelled flight. I don't mind since I travel a lot, but be aware that you won't be able to use it immediately after the cancelation.
    Overall, my YYZ-ITM HND-YYZ flights in early December went down from 822 to 605. I will be using the credit for my next year flights to Europe. Good luck!

    Has Serge Ginsbour been here?
       Serge Ginsbour on July 24th, 2020

    It looks like Air Canada needs cash flow now. They put on sale flights they know you won't be able to take. A little bit sociopathic and may hurt their PR image but maybe they just have no other choice.

    Has Domenic been here?
       Domenic on July 25th, 2020

    That is exactly what they are doing, Serge.

    Has Grant been here?
       Grant on August 12th, 2020

    I Japan accepting travellers yet? Is Canada accepting people back?

    Has Ian M been here?
       Ian M on August 13th, 2020

    1) No, and they aren't planning to.
    2) Yes, it's a constitutional right of every citizen or legal resident of Canada to cross its borders in any direction.

    Has Serge Ginsbour been here?
       Serge Ginsbour on August 18th, 2020

    What goes around comes around. Air Canada removed all its flights from YYZ to HND from their fall schedule.

    Has Eddy been here?
       Eddy on August 30th, 2020

    What happens if Air Canada goes bankrupt before we are able to fly? With their current loss rate, their net worth will be negative by year end. They are burning through $1.5 billion per quarter so they will be running low on cash in the first quarter of next year. They will likely run out of cash by next Christmas.

    It is not clear to me what happens if we book a flight for February or March and then have to cancel because of Covid and they declare bankruptcy before we are able to use our travel voucher. Does anyone know what happens in this situation? (Assuming no government bailout)

    Has Paul been here?
       Paul on August 30th, 2020

    I'd say it's very unlikely that our government would allow our nation's flagship carrier to go under. Think about what that would mean for our country. Also remember that an airline going bankrupt often doesn't mean they stop flying. It's more of a legal position. If we as a nation get to the point where we truly can't afford to keep our planes in the air, we are all in real trouble.

    Has Eddy been here?
       Eddy on August 30th, 2020

    They allowed them to go bankrupt in 2003 so I would not be so sure. I am on the fence about booking a flight because of this. The ticket prices are really cheap for when I am planning on flying but I am uncertain about what happens to our travel vouchers if we can't fly until late next year because of the 14 day self quarantine requirement.

    Everyone has to make their own judgement about the risk reward situation. I am thinking I might take the plunge but I am keeping in mind that I might not be able to use that money to fly at all if I cancel my flight and can't fly until late 2020 or early 2021. I think it is more likely than not that we will be able to use the travel voucher if we cancel but everyone should buy their tickets with their eyes wide open to the risks.

    Has Joe been here?
       Joe on September 15th, 2020

    You can use the travel vouchers. I cancelled a flight previously and already booked a new flight using the voucher. Only problem is it takes a few weeks before it arrives in your email.

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