How to reach Japan
Find best way to travel to Japan
Japan is justifiably famous for its widespread, well-organized and proficient transport complex. The country is well connected with the outside world through every means of transport, such as Air, Sea or Road transport. Being one of the financially viable powerhouses of the world, the country has spent a lot to make it convenient for tourists to get in to Japan. Air transport is an imperative part of Japan transportation. The airports are major international gateways with Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines as the two chief carriers.
More than a hundred airlines run their direct flights to and from Japan. Nippon, Fly Emirates, Gulf Air, British Airways and all major airlines have their flights to all foremost cities of Japan. The cities in Japan like Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokohama, Osaka, Fukuoka and Kobe have top-notch airports with avant-garde structural designs and equipments.
Japan is an isle nation and there are a great many ferryboat services both between islands and between harbors on the same islet. The ports at Yokohama, Osaka, Kobe, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Sapporo, Nagasaki and Komatsu are reckoned among the best and busiest in the world and are linked with the main destination in the world. All this ease comes at a price, though, and you’d be well advocated to look into money-saving deals whenever possible. Ferries can be a wonderful way of getting from one place to another and for seeing parts of Japan you might or else miss. Japan has a wide-ranging network of long-distance buses. These ‘highway buses’ are nowhere near as quick as the shinkansen but the fares are reasonably with those of usual futsÅ« trains. Of course, there are also many places in Japan where trains do not operate and bus travel is the only public transport choice.