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Whether you're heading to Tokyo from Dallas for work, sightseeing or to visit family, make the journey stress-free by getting to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) by car, train, taxi or bus. The flight time between Dallas and Tokyo, Japan, is thirteen hours, allowing you plenty to time to plan your Japanese itinerary. You'll love Tokyo's Imperial Palace, bustling streets, towering skyscrapers and vibrant markets.
Attractions in Tokyo are spread throughout the several districts, each of which offers something unique. In Chiyoda, you'll find parliament and the 19th century Imperial Palace, and in Ginza you'll find the world-famous fish markets that open at midnight. Shibuya is the district for serious shoppers who gravitate towards the boutiques and stalls in Harajuku, and you can head to Kabukicho for Tokyo's wildest nightlife scene as well as some mouthwatering local eateries such as Kozue.
After arriving at Tokyo's Narita Airport (NRT), you'll still have a 45-mile journey to get to the major hotels in the heart of the city. Quick options include the Keisei Electric Railway and the Keisei Limited Express, both of which get you there in under an hour. If you prefer to travel privately, it is possible to rent a car, book a group limousine bus or hail a taxi for the drive.