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For those just visiting Japan as a Temporary Visitor there are special air passes for those taking JAL or other One World carriers called a Yokoso/Visit Japan Fare.For taking any international carrier, there is ANA’s Visit Japan Fare and JAL has its version, called a Welcome to Japan ticket.ANA also has an Experience Japan Fare with no blackout dates but 20kg total bag limit and no refund or date change possibility. In more recent years there are also now discount carriers like Peach, Jetstar Japan, Vanilla Air, Skymark, Solaseed, Starflyer and Air-Do.Some have very cheap international routes to Korea, Taiwan, China, and beyond.Note however that these very low fares have low to no free bag allowance, and may have no refundability or date changes.It may in fact be more convenient to use airlines as much as possible if you are carrying a ton of stuff since Japan’s train system is not designed for people with heavy luggage.
Generally jet lag hits hardest flying east, but largely depends on how many time zones you cross, the departure/arrival time, the flight length, and how much you can sleep during the flight.
Up to now there have been mountains of books from ivory-tower academics praising Japan to the skies, and websites about places to see, etc.
but no real source of information on getting by here.
If taking multiple airlines, each may assess its own excess bag charges.
If you get a ticket allowing a prior seat assignment, or arrive at the airport check-in counter early enough, you may be able to choose a better seat.
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Take the 1000 yen bus, or if going to or near one of the expensive tourist hotels, there is the orange limousine bus (though it’s the most expensive way). From Narita the Keisei and Narita Express are 2 popular trains used into Tokyo.