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Priceline has Economy Class Roundtrip Flight with United / ANA Airlines from Los Angeles, California (LAX) to Tokyo, Japan (HND) for $396. Thanks Jbh98

Please Note: Flying w/ United: Valid for travel on the outbound from September – early December or January, 2017 – March, 2017 for Sunday through Thursday departures and returns. Must purchase at least 3 days in advance of departure

Flying w/ ANA: Valid for travel on the outbound from September – October for Sunday through Thursday departures and returns. Must purchase at least 3 days in advance of departure
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United / Delta – $487: Los Angeles – Tokyo, Japan. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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September 19th – 26th

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United: Valid for travel on the outbound from September – early December or January, 2017 – March, 2017 for Sunday through Thursday departures and returns. Must purchase at least 3 days in advance of departure
Delta: Valid for travel on the outbound from September – October for Sunday through Thursday departures and returns. Must purchase at least 3 days in advance of departure
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I went to Japan twice last year and can confirm that the yen has increased in value significantly. I went when it was 1 to 122, the reality is the highest actual exchange rate i got when I was there was 119 Yen for 1 USD.

Quick tip 1: Use credit cards where you can (ones without foreign transaction fee's of course) because they give you the international exchange rate, which is usually your best rate of exchange. If you need cash right away, ATM's in 7-11's are your best friend. If you bring USD and want to exchange it for YEN I suggest doing it in Shinjuku. From my experience I have gotten the highest exchange rates in Shinjuku. So if Shinjuku is part of your itinerary I would suggest making that one of the first stops on your list.

Quick tip 2: If you're planning on traveling to different cities other than Tokyo (ie Osaka, Kyoto, Fukuoka) via Japan's bullet train, I suggest you buy a Japan Rail pass (JR Pass) prior to going to Japan. They offer foreigners with proof of passport discount on train passes to get you around the country. It is much cheaper than buying train tickets once you arrive in Japan. These passes are only valid for JR Lines and not the regular subway lines.

Safe travels guys!
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I have been booking with a couple of travel agents for the last 8 years. They get commission on tickets sold and give me discounts from their commission. I don't want to give his info on open forum. Sent you a PM with his contact.
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USD to Yen lost about 20% since last year. Frown
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USD to Yen lost about 20% since last year. http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/frown.gif
this. definitely take it into consideration as impact can easily be more than savings on airfare.
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Contact a travel agent. It can be even cheaper. I got a ticket for $460.
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this. definitely take it into consideration as impact can easily be more than savings on airfare.
I said the same in another Tokyo forum. The Yen is on a tear. Pretty much 30% higher than it was 2 years ago against the dollar.
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Contact a travel agent. It can be even cheaper. I got a ticket for $460.
I never trusts travel agents... I feel like they are just plugging in my dates to a website or something...but I have limited knowledge as I have never used one.. I just never feel like a middle man can do better then an online price but I can definitely be wrong

got any legit travel agency in los angeles? I'm ready to pull trigger on this Japan deal but willing to look around with an travel agent
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United = Changhong
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I never trusts travel agents... I feel like they are just plugging in my dates to a website or something...but I have limited knowledge as I have never used one.. I just never feel like a middle man can do better then an online price but I can definitely be wrong

got any legit travel agency in los angeles? I'm ready to pull trigger on this Japan deal but willing to look around with an travel agent

I have been booking with a couple of travel agents for the last 8 years. They get commission on tickets sold and give me discounts from their commission. I don't want to give his info on open forum. Sent you a PM with his contact.
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Looks like a self dump !
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I flew United before to Narita. I am aware of the price difference, but it can't compare on how great ANA and JAL flights I had
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I have been booking with a couple of travel agents for the last 8 years. They get commission on tickets sold and give me discounts from their commission. I don't want to give his info on open forum. Sent you a PM with his contact.
Can you please pm me, as well? Much appreciated, thanks!
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isn't this like normal price from lax? It would be slick if this was from the east coast.
nope.
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