Private jet to Tokyo: the best airline to travel to Japan

Monday 15 August 2022 Blog, Top Destinations

Here are the reasons why you should choose Fast Private Jet to fly to Tokyo

If you are planning a trip to Japan and are already stressed about the flight time, maybe we have a solution for you.

Have you ever thought of reaching an outstanding – but still distant – city such as Tokyo by private jet?

In this article, I will tell you the main advantages of choosing our company and the must-see in Tokyo.

Tokyo, Japan

Reason number one: you will save time at the airport

Since the flight from the UK to Japan is very long – more or less 12 hours by plan – it's very unlikely to find a direct flight: in other words, you'll have to make layovers and adapt to the availability of the flying company.

Flying by chartered plane means making the most of your time.

In fact, you can decide the date and the time that suits you best and matches your agenda.

Moreover, you can finally forget the long queues for the controls before takeoff, which normally obliges passengers to arrive at least two hours and a half before.

Our staff will lead you to the VIP area where you can do the check-in controls in no time; then, you can wait in the lounge area while the crew will take care of all the procedures.

That means that you can arrive at the airport just thirty minutes before the departure.

And what about the time spent at the disembarkation?

Passengers always have to wait for their luggage to come, but with Fast Private Jet you will find your stuff waiting for you once you have landed.

To make it simple, our job is to give you an unforgettable experience!

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Reason number two: you can customize your flight

Flying by commercial plane means putting your headphones on and isolate yourself from the noise around, hoping to arrive at the destination on time.

But have you ever thought about enjoying the flight as well as the accommodation?

Could you imagine yourself arriving relaxed at the destination after 12 hours of flight?

If you choose to fly with us, we will be glad to meet your requests.

In fact, our company has several services to offer, let me tell you some:

  • Beauty treatment and massages to relax during the flight
  • Comfortable luxury suite to have a nap
  • Onboard catering service to taste the most delicious food and the finest cocktails
  • Onboard chef and bartender
  • Maxi TV screen and cinema effect
  • Business set-up that will turn the space into a flying office

In short, if you have a request, we will do everything to fulfil it!

Fuji mountain

10 places to visit in Tokyo (you won't regret it!)

#1 Akihabara

Akihabara, known as the electronic quarter and one of the must-visit places in Tokyo, brings together thousands of fans of manga, anime, video games and computers every day, as well as all kinds of sophisticated accessories that will leave you speechless.

#2 Sensoji Temple

Sensoji, our favourite temple and the oldest in the city, is another must-see in Tokyo.

The best way to enter this Buddhist temple, located in the Asakusa district, is to cross its impressive Kaminarimon gate, which features a huge red lantern and statues of gods on either side, making it one of the city's typical photos.

Next to the temple, between the Kaminarimon and Hozomon gates is Nakamise Street, one of the oldest shopping streets in Japan, where you can enjoy a pleasant stroll along its 250-metre-long street and more than 90 shops, which will show you the full range of souvenirs you can take home as souvenirs of your trip.

#3 Viewpoints in Tokyo

There are several viewpoints in Tokyo that are worth climbing to enjoy the best views of the city, and from which you can see Mount Fuji on a clear day.

Although any time of day is a good time to do it, we recommend going up an hour before sunset to see the sunset and the city gradually light up.

Here is a list of our four favourite viewpoints in Tokyo:

  • Mori Tower
  • Metropolitan Government Building
  • Tokyo Tower
  • Tokyo Skytree

#4 Toyosu Fish Market

Toyosu Fish Market is another must-see in Japan.

It has many walkways and viewing platforms to watch the famous tuna auction, without disturbing the workers, which takes place every day in Hall 7, from 5:30 to 6:30 in the morning.

Another of the best things to do in Tokyo and in this area is to try the delicious fresh sushi from the many stalls located at the entrance of the market.

#5 Shibuya, one of the best places to visit in Tokyo

Shibuya is one of the most famous neighbourhoods in the city and another of the most essential places to visit in Tokyo.

Even if you don't exactly come to Tokyo for shopping, don't miss the Shibuya 109 shopping centre, a real spectacle for the senses, or enter a shopping mall, we assure you that it's like entering another world.

In addition, be sure to cross the most famous pedestrian crossing in the world, especially from the area where you have the Starbucks in front of you, or get close to the statue of the faithful dog Hachiko.

#6 Harajuku

The pedestrian street Takeshita-dori, the epicentre of the Harajuku district, is the most surprising and famous street in the whole city of Tokyo. With 500 metres lined with cafés and shops, it is the place where young people with a kawaii style of dress and behaviour congregate, especially on weekends.

#7 Odaiba

Odaiba is a man-made island in Tokyo Bay, connected to the city by the long Rainbow Bridge.

This island is a good place to spend the afternoon enjoying its attractions, shopping malls and restaurants, where you can also see a replica of the Statue of Liberty, a life-size Gundam in front of DiverCity, relax in the Monogatari Onsen, ride the 115-metre big wheel, visit the Fuji TV building and finish watching the sunset from Odaiba Beach.

#8 Shinjuku

Most places to visit in Tokyo are located around the train stations, as is also the case in Shinjuku.

In this area surrounded by large skyscrapers is the administrative part of the city, with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building, and large hotels such as the Park Hyatt Tokyo, which had a special role in the film Lost in Translation.

#9 Ueno Park

Ueno Park, Tokyo's most popular park, where you can stroll among ponds, museums and temples, is one of the must-visit places in Tokyo.

In addition to all its attractions, inside the park is the Tokyo National Museum, the oldest and largest in the country, where you can review the history of Japan through the many objects on display.

#10 Ginza

The Ginza district, another of the places to see in Tokyo, stands out for the architecture of its modern buildings and its exclusive shops.

Although if you like shopping, it also has a wide variety of shopping centres, restaurants and art galleries, which will surprise you with their large shop windows.

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In this article, we discuss the main reasons why you should reach Japan by chartered plane and the top 10 places you must visit in Japan.

If you would like to have more information about the costs and the arrangement for the accommodation in Tokyo, go to our website, and click on the 'Book' button to ask for a free quote.

We will be happy to help you organize your trip from the UK to Japan.

We are looking forward to seeing you soon!

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