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[Delta] Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, or Vancouver to Tokyo, Japan - $465 - $589 CAD roundtrip

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[Delta] Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, or Vancouver to Tokyo, Japan - $465 - $589 CAD roundtrip

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Update: Prices have now dropped to a historically low $465 from Toronto, Montreal, and a few other cities.

Considering how the coronavirus hasn't peaked yet and may soon be a pandemic, might not be the best time to travel. However, there's availability throughout the year up to January 2021 so you can look to book 8-12 months out and hope it'll die down by then. There seems to be a lot of fortune tellers on the news/social media so it's probably best to ignore that and get your coronavirus updates from CDC/WHO to base your travel plans off of.


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Delta has dropped the price of their flights from Toronto to Tokyo, Japan down to $589 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

The flights have 1 stop each way, in a U.S. city (Minneapolis, Detroit, etc).

There appears to be dates available throughout 2020 and even into early 2021.

And yes, you ultimately have to come to your own conclusions on the odds of how severe a pandemic might be hitting our planet, how long it might last, and how that might affect Japan, travel to/from Japan, or anywhere else. The truth is, nobody really knows.


Availability for travel

February, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November, December 2020

January 2021


How to find and book this deal

1. Try the following Google Flights search:


Google Flights: Toronto to Tokyo, Japan (both airports)

- click on the departure date box to open up the calendar view and browse for cheap date combinations

- try dates throughout 2020 and into early 2021. There appears to be dates all throughout 2020 and into 2021. I've seen working dates in every month except August.

- At the moment Google Flights isn't showing these prices in the calendar view, you need to wait a second for the price to show up.

- try starting with Tuesday to Tuesday dates and adjust your dates from there.
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For other Canadian cities, please look at these links:

Calgary: https://www.yycdeals.com/calgary-to-tok ... ding-taxes ($593)
Edmonton: https://www.yegdeals.com/edmonton-to-to ... ding-taxes ($593)
Montreal: https://www.yuldeals.com/montreal-to-to ... ding-taxes ($596)
Vancouver: https://www.yvrdeals.com/vancouver-to-t ... ding-taxes ($587)

Delta has dropped the price of their flights from Toronto to Tokyo, Japan down to $589 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

The flights have 1 stop each way, in a U.S. city (Minneapolis, Detroit, etc).

There appears to be dates available throughout 2020 and even into early 2021.

And yes, you ultimately have to come to your own conclusions on the odds of how severe a pandemic might be hitting our planet, how long it might last, and how that might affect Japan, travel to/from Japan, or anywhere else. The truth is, nobody really knows.

Availability for travel

February, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November, December 2020

January 2021

How to find and book this deal

1. Try the following Google Flights search:

Google Flights: Toronto to Tokyo, Japan (both airports)

- click on the departure date box to open up the calendar view and browse for cheap date combinations
- try dates throughout 2020 and into early 2021. There appears to be dates all throughout 2020 and into 2021. I've seen working dates in every month except August.
- At the moment Google Flights isn't showing these prices in the calendar view, you need to wait a second for the price to show up.
- try starting with Tuesday to Tuesday dates and adjust your dates from there.

- Example dates you can try starting with:

Mar 8 to Mar 17
Mar 10 to Mar 24
Mar 17 to Mar 31
Mar 24 to Apr 7
Mar 31 to Apr 14

Apr 7 to Apr 14

May 12 to May 19
May 19 to May 26

Jun 9 to Jun 16

Jul 7 to Jul 14

Sep 8 to Sep 15

Oct 6 to Oct 13

Nov 10 to Nov 17

Dec 8 to Dec 15

[2021]

Jan 5 to Jan 12
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Oct 29, 2019
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Thanks, OP. Hopping on a flight for 2 weeks in October. [removed]
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wow they opened this up for the olympic time period too. getting real desperate
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You can get anything up to a 24 hour stopover at some US cities if you craft a multi-city itinerary for $100 bucks extra.

Example with a Portland daytime stopover (noon to midnight) $691:
https://www.google.ca/flights#flt=YYZ./ ... .CAD.69006

It's a bit tricky to craft, but it's possible.
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At this point, might as well just wait a few more weeks given how airline demand is taking a nosedive as we speak - prices are bound to come down even more.
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I went to japan last year and loved it. Tempted by this, but kind of feel guilty going back to a place I've already been when I could go somewhere new. What to do what to do.

Any reccos for places similar to Japan? (removed). Ive been to thailand, vietnam, malaysia, japan, and Taiwan.
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Delta is easy to deal with. Booked to korea and cancelled my flights immediately and no holds or waiting time in their call center.
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We originally had a trip to Japan planned for this month (Tokyo Marathon). Unfortunately the marathon was cancelled. I have also heard that some factory tours (Suntory) and Studio Ghibli have also been cancelled as well. We decided to screw it and cancel the trip altogether and plan it again for the 2021 Marathon. I actually think the COVID-19 risk is completely blown out of proportion, but with activities being limited and other potential issues (quarantine), it's just an inconvenient time to go (despite the great deal).
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Also works from Montreal to Haneda. Just booked from December 30th to January 12th for 589$ round trip.
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Update: Toronto to Osaka / Kyoto is now available for a similar price ($603 roundtrip). You can also fly into one city, and home from the other. Added the Google Flights links below.

Same applies to Calgary ($599 roundtrip), Edmonton ($598 roundtrip), Montreal ($603 roundtrip), and Vancouver ($593 roundtrip). 1-stop flights from Victoria are also available for $677 CAD roundtrip.

From Osaka, it's a 26 minute train ride ($17) to the beautiful city of Kyoto if you use the special rapid trains on the JR Kyoto Line.

It's also worth trying flights into Tokyo, and then home from a different city in Japan. Many combinations are coming up in the $500s roundtrip.

Google Flights: Toronto to Osaka, Japan (both airports)

Google Flights: Toronto to Tokyo, and then home from Osaka
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Are you supposed to act quick on these prices? How long will the price remain like this?
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KennethToronto wrote: We originally had a trip to Japan planned for this month (Tokyo Marathon). Unfortunately the marathon was cancelled. I have also heard that some factory tours (Suntory) and Studio Ghibli have also been cancelled as well. We decided to screw it and cancel the trip altogether and plan it again for the 2021 Marathon. I actually think the COVID-19 risk is completely blown out of proportion, but with activities being limited and other potential issues (quarantine), it's just an inconvenient time to go (despite the great deal).
My son and his buddy, both 23, are heading over on Sunday. While they are disappointed they won't be able to go to Studio Ghibli, I think the lack of tourists in popular areas will more than make up for it.

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