How To Travel Across Japan With Ease

What do you think of when you think of Japanese service?

Above and beyond amazing, right? So it’s no surprise that that reputation extends to their airlines as well!

Japan Airlines (JAL) was recently certified as a 5-Star Airline by Skytrax and it’s easy to see why: its quality service, award winning in-flight seats, delicious meals and not to mention, service with a touch of Japanese hospitality make JAL flights some of the most comfortable experiences you can have in the air.

Japan is a large country, and the differences between prefectures, cities, and towns are often delightful to discover. In fact, locals and seasoned travellers alike will probably tell you that it’s a waste to limit your Japan trip to just a single location. But just how do you get around?

Here’s where JAL comes in. Along with its wide international network, JAL also serves the largest number of domestic destinations within Japan. Over 800 daily domestic flights serve 59 airports across Japan, so you can travel over the country at your leisure. In fact, their domestic travel campaign is aptly named “Discover Your Colour”, evoking the delightful palette of colours you can find across the country! From the vibrant pink of the Sakura season in Osaka, the exhilarating white slopes of Komatsu, and the spectacular violet in Sapporo’s summer, to the different shades of red leaves in Yamagata’s autumn; a colourful experience awaits.

JAL’s domestic network covers nine regions that are Tohoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido, Chugoku, Shikoku, Chubu, Okinawa, Kansai and Kanto. The idea is to fly with JAL from Kuala Lumpur to Tokyo, take some time to see the capital city, and then utilise JAL’s domestic flights to hop onto a stress-free and unique getaway to other beautiful cities of Japan.

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