Tokyo, Japan’s capital city is a teeming megalopolis which is home to more than 12 million people. This city which is a leading financial capital of the world is an exciting business and tourist destination that offers a landscape that made up of a cluster of districts with no well defined city center.
Tokyo is a thoroughly modern city which is littered with tall skyscrapers that sport huge neon signs, stores that stay open until the late hours and top-notch restaurants that offer a wide range of cuisines. The city is also known for its thumping nightlife and its extremely efficient public transport system that runs like clockwork most of the time.
If you are headed to Tokyo, you should probably consider business flights for your trip, for travel to Tokyo from most US cities involves a long haul journey that extends over several hours. Business class seats greatly enhance the quality of your travel experience as they help eliminate much of the agony and fees that characterize travel in a lower cabin in a post 9/11 world.
However most people presume that business tickets are exorbitant and out of their reach. This is not exactly true as business class discounts actually abound if you know when and where to look for them. Often airlines themselves promote ‘special fares’ for their premier cabins which they promote through online and even print media channels. These business tickets usually have conditions attached like advance purchase/no refund / travel blackout dates but even then they are worth pursuing for the t...Read Moreremendous savings and comfort they offer.
Tokyo appears to be a contemporary city but the Japanese capital does offer vestiges of old world Japanese life, in the form of its many ancient sights like the Imperial Palace, the Yakusuni Shrine, the Ueno Park, the Asakusa Shrine, the Meiji shrine, the National Museum amongst others. The city also is equipped with various children’s attractions like the Tokyo Zoo, the Tokyo Disney land and Tokyo Disneysea.
Besides all these conventional attractions, this exuberant, pulsating city offers some truly unusual attractions like the Harajuku district which is populated by Tokyo’s hippest youngsters who enjoy playing dress up and sport outlandish gear that often serves as an inspiration to designers around the world, the Tsukiji Central Fish market which is home to popular and much frequented blue fin tuna auctions and the Love Hotel Hill which is located in the Shibuya district and features bizarrely decorated hotels that can be rented by the hour.
If you cannot locate airline promoted air business class deals for your trip to Tokyo, you could always approach an airlines consolidator to snag a similar fare. Airfares consolidators usually have exclusive contracts with airlines as they are usually high volume sales agents who can promise the airlines regular repeat business. They then gain access to deeply discounted business class seats to various destinations which they offer for sale to their patrons.
Moreover these discount business class seats earn enhanced mileage just like their regular priced siblings. It is evident that travel in business class seats (even discounted) offer a world of comforts and privileges and since business class discounts are actually quite easily available, you really should try and fly in a premier cabin for your transcontinental trek to Tokyo. Hide