By Nahrain John @karryontravel03 Sep 2019‘KONNICHI-WA’ – it was an exciting & pun-ful welcome for some 184 travellers flying into Perth Airport last night on the inaugural All Nippon Airways’ non-stop service from Tokyo, Japan.Australian politicians were among the first passengers including WA’s Tourism Minister Paul Papalia who’s expecting the new service to uplift visitor numbers from Tokyo.“This service now makes it so much easier to travel between Tokyo and Perth,” Papalia explained. “It will be a very attractive prospect for Japanese visitors.”Read on for more information: HOW OFTEN WILL THE NEW SERVICE FLY? View this post on Instagram These are some of our favourite captures from last night. Thanks to all who celebrated the arrival of ANA’s inaugural flight between Tokyo and Perth with us. What an incredible moment. 📷 Tap images for credits.A post shared by Perth Airport (@perthairport) on Sep 1, 2019 at 11:15pm PDTAll Nippon Airways’ new Tokyo-Perth flights will operate daily. Seven days a week to the Land of the Rising Sun.Flights will leave Japan’s capital at 11.00am to arrive in Perth at 8.15pm. The service will then depart WA’s capital at 9.45pm to arrive into Tokyo the next morning at 8.25am. WHICH AIRCRAFT IS ANA USING ON THE ROUTE? View this post on Instagram Konnichi-WA ANA! 🇯🇵 @AllNipponAirways_official has completed its first flight between Tokyo and Perth. The new daily, non-stop service is operated on a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner and is a major coup for Perth Airport and Western Australia.A post shared by Perth Airport (@perthairport) on Sep 1, 2019 at 5:48am PDTGet comfy on the Dreamliner.Daily flights will be operated on ANA’s Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. This gives travellers access to 184 seats – 138 in Economy Class, 14 in Premium Economy and 31 in Business Class. HOW MUCH ARE FARES SELLING FOR?Cheap as chips… kind of.Travellers are looking at fares from $861 return for an Economy Class ticket, $1,561 for Premium Economy, and $3,521 for Business Class. IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I SHOULD KNOW? View this post on Instagram Marking a significant milestone in history for ANA and Perth Airport. @allnipponairways_officialA post shared by Perth Airport (@perthairport) on Sep 1, 2019 at 6:12am PDTJapan is running a special campaign to promote the new route, including ads on high-speed trains featuring quokka imagery on the exterior.Famous Japanese singer and actor, Nissy, has also joined the campaign by featuring in ads running across ANA’s website and social media channels.Click here for more information. Other stories you may likeKONNICHIWA: Virgin Australia Makes A Bid For Flights to JapanSCARY CUTE: Hello Kitty Land Tokyo To Host Its Scariest Ever HalloweenTaiwan, South Korea, oh my! These five new tours are freaking Wu-nderful!