CHEAP FLIGHTS FROM Chicago TO Japan

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  • $583
    total per person
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    Chicago - Nov, 26th Tokyo - Nov, 27th
    Tokyo - Dec, 10th Chicago - Dec, 10th
  • $720
    total per person
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    Chicago - Dec, 3rd Tokyo - Dec, 4th
    Tokyo - Dec, 10th Chicago - Dec, 10th
  • $860
    total per person
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    Chicago - Dec, 16th Tokyo - Dec, 17th
    Tokyo - Dec, 30th Chicago - Dec, 30th
  • $769
    total per person
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    Chicago - Dec, 9th Tokyo - Dec, 10th
    Tokyo - Dec, 19th Chicago - Dec, 19th
  • $592
    total per person
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    Chicago - Dec, 24th Tokyo - Dec, 26th
    Tokyo - Dec, 30th Chicago - Dec, 31st
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Cost of living in Chicago and Japan
Chicago is 4% cheaper than Japan

  Chicago   Japan
Oranges (1kg) $2.64   $4.64
Combo meal at McDonalds $6.50   $6.36
1 Summer dress in a chain store $32.14   $52.30
Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre $1 886.36   $1 168.74
Lettuce $1.31   $1.87
* All price are converted to USD

Seasonal price trend for cheap flights from Chicago to Japan


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  • $554
    JAN
  • $554
    FEB
  • $548
    MAR
  • $547
    APR
  • $593
    MAY
  • $601
    JUN
  • $583
    JUL
  • $527
    AUG
  • $545
    SEP
  • $495
    OCT
  • $505
    NOV
  • $541
    DEC

Information about travelling from Chicago to Japan

  • Area of Japan
    377 915 km² (62nd)
  • Religions of Japan
    Shintoism 83.9%
    Buddhism 71.4%
    Christianity 2%
    other 7.8%
  • Sex ratio of Japan
    0.95 male/female
  • Paved roadways of Japan
    973 234 km

    (includes 7 803 km of expressways)
  • Industries of Japan
    among world's largest and technologically advanced producers of motor vehicles
    electronic equipment
    machine tools
    steel and nonferrous metals
    ships
  • Energy generated from Japan
    Fossil fuels 63%
    Nuclear fuels 17%
    Hydroelectricity 7%
    Other renewable sources 2%