Nearly all major airlines and airports offer flights to Japan. The country’s own two leading airlines, Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA), both serve a broad range of international destinations.
Japan’s most important international airport is Tokyo’s Narita Airport, followed by Osaka’s Kansai Airport, Tokyo’s Haneda Airport and Nagoya’s Central Japan Airport.
Japan’s next largest international airport is Fukuoka Airport, which links the city with several Asian destinations. Many other Japanese airports have a small number of international flights, mainly to Korea and China.