Flights to Japan, which is also known as The Land of the Rising Sun, deposit visitors to a perfect amalgamation of ancient tradition and cutting-edge technology. The island nation is dotted with thousands of shrines and temples while the popularity of kabuki or traditional dance dramas appears to be undiminished by the passage of time. But it's Japan's seemingly insatiable appetite for the latest gadgets and innovations that drives its consumer electronics industry, lending the country its ultra-modern feel.
Away from the cities, natural beauty abounds so whether its scuba diving among the coral reefs of Okinawa or skiing in Niseko, your outdoor pursuits will be catered for.
For visitors arriving on cheap flights to Japan with a taste for more offbeat attractions, we have a couple ideas based in Tokyo. Start at the Meguro Parasitological Museum. We think it may be the only one of its kind in the world and features, as the name suggests, endless preserved samples of parasites. For something a little more benign that won't put you off your lunch, head to the Ace World Luggage Museum. It is exactly what the name suggests and features hundreds of bags of every shape, material and size imaginable.