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Business Class to Japan Offers Unique Cultural Experience

Jet in Business Class to Japan’s Frontier

Deals on business class seats to Hokkaido are plentiful. - IFlyFirstClass

The northernmost major island of Japan, HokkaidoThe northernmost major island of Japan, Hokkaido is the country’s wilderness. Many travelers book their business class tickets to New Chitose Airport to explore the island’s magnificence. Hokkaido's hot springs and national parks are abundant, and Daisetsu-zan is a favorite. There, you can hike through the mountains, tramp through deep gorges and spot a brown bear or two. On the island, you can also explore the indigenous Ainu culture in villages like Ainu Kotan and Nibutani. The cultural museum in Nibutani is especially fascinating. Even if you’re on Hokkaidō to enjoy its vast frontier, spend at least a day in beautiful Sapporo. The largest city on Hokkaidō, Sapporo is beloved for its urban centers, skiing and spectacular snow festival. Sapporo is also Japan’s fourth largest city, so there are many attractions and activities to enjoy.is the country’s wilderness. Many travelers book their business class tickets to New Chitose Airport to explore the island’s magnificence. Hokkaidō’s hot springs and national parks are abundant, and Daisetsu-zan is a favorite. There, you can hike through the mountains, tramp through deep gorges and spot a brown bear or two. On the island, you can also explore the indigenous Ainu culture in villages like Ainu Kotan and Nibutani. The cultural museum in Nibutani is especially fascinating. Even if you’re on Hokkaidō to enjoy its vast frontier, spend at least a day in beautiful Sapporo. The largest city on Hokkaidō, Sapporo is beloved for its urban centers, skiing and spectacular snow festival. Sapporo is also Japan’s fourth largest city, so there are many attractions and activities to enjoy.

Book Last Minute Flight Deals to Kyoto

Immerse Yourself in Kyoto’s Culture With Business Class Flights to Japan - IFlyFirstClass

Kyoto is ideal for travelers who enjoy more cosmopolitan pursuits. This former imperial capital is located in the heart of the main island of Honshu. Getting here is especially easy if you book business class tickets to Kansai Airport. It’s a quick 90-minute train ride from the airport to Kyoto, where exciting entertainment awaits. Once in the city, you can spend your time exploring a delightful array of museums. There are museums dedicated to manga, sake, costuming, traditional Japanese crafts and more. Kyoto’s thousands of Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples are even more spectacular. The World Heritage Daigo-ji Temple, Saiho-Ji Temple and Shimogamo-jinja Shrine are some of the best to visit. There are also dozens of places to see traditional Japanese dance, theater and music.

Coastal Kamakura Entices Business Class Travelers

 Bountiful first class flight options to Kamakura. - IFlyFirstClass

Just outside of Tokyo, Kamakura is a splendid seaside retreat. Like Kyoto, Kamakura overflows with enchanting Buddhist temples and other historic religious and cultural sites. Its most recognizable landmark is the 13th-century 44-foot tall Great Buddha statue at Kōtoku-in. The bronze statue is hollow, and you can actually walk into the statue’s interior. Hase-dera is also an incredible locale featuring a 30-foot-tall wooden statue of Kannon, gorgeous hydrangeas and an underground cave. Other Buddhist Zen temples to add to your Kamakura travel itinerary include Engaku-ji, Jufuku-ji and Jōchi-ji. In addition to the town’s amazing temples and shrines, Kamakura is known for its excellent beaches such as Zaimokuza or Yuigahama. To travel to Kamakura, you have two convenient options. You can fly into Haneda Airport and take an hour-long train ride to Kamakura. You can also book your business class seats for a flight into Narita Airport and take a two-hour train ride to Kamakura.

 

Okinawa’s Pacific Island Delights Warrant First Class Travel

Luxuriate in island paradises with business class tickets to Okinawa-area islands. - IFlyFirstClass

A string of islands distantly south of Japan’s four main islands, Okinawa offers a different experience. The archipelago’s proximity to Taiwan and its historical status as an independent kingdom give Okinawa unique flair. The largest of the island chain is Okinawa Island, and it’s chock-full of fascinating sites and activities. Most Americans probably know Okinawa best for its military significance, and the island’s Peace Memorial honors that sacrifice. Okinawa Island also boasts a superb aquarium, a majestic Ryūkyū castle called Shuri Castle and a sacred indigenous site in Sefa Utaki. Nakagusuku Castle ruins, Southeast Botanical Gardens, Mount Yonaha and Gokoku-Ji Temple are also must-see sites. Many of the other Okinawa Prefecture islands are also worth a visit, including the blue coral reefs of Ishigaki and the Yaeyama Islands. If Okinawa islands sound like your cup of tea, book discounted business class tickets to Naha Airport.

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