All tours are run by local guides who get you safely to and from the airport,
ensuring that even a first-time visitor to Japan has an enjoyably stress-free experience.
Experience traditional Japanese culture with a visit to Narita-san Shinsho-ji Temple, one of Japan's most famous tourist destinations with a history stretching back more than 1,000 years. Travel back in time as you explore the tightly-spaced rows of inns, handicraft shops and restaurants lining Narita-san Omotesando street.
With a history stretching back more than 1,000 years, Narita-san Shinsho-ji Temple Is one of Japan's most famous tourist destinations, The hilly area behind the main hall is occupied by the Narita-san Park, which features three ponds circumnavigated by a walking path renowned for its cherry blossoms and autumn foliage.
Feel like a time-traveler as you taste Japanese sake, snack and traditional hand-grilled rice crackers while exploring the tightly-spaced rows of inns, handicraft shop and restaurants.
There is a restaurant which entertains guests by making "Japanese home-style dishes" a concept and a direct selling lot collecting home
grown products where you can feel Japanese diet for yourselves.
Restaurant Fu-Wa-Ri, with an assortment of more than 30 types of menu items focusing on Japanese cuisine, is renowned for being a smorgasbord type restaurant.
-Adult 1,500 yen; 65 years or older 1,300 yen; children under 13 900 yen; children 3 years or older 500 yen.
-Dining time is 1 hour.
Experience cultural events unique to Japan such as picking strawberries and offering prayers to Shisho Shrine.
Why not take a walk about Tako town, where you can see the countryside of Japan? Enjoy the well-known pastoral landscape with seasonally abundant nature and Tako-mai Rice
Tako-mai Rice is well-known for its marvelous taste. The pastoral landscape allows you to enjoy greenery in the spring, and brightens to gold in the fall.
At this temple 8000 hydrangeas are in glorious bloom in summer. It was well-known for being a university for Buddhist monks in the past.
Chiba Prefectural Boso no Mura Sakae town is a theme park where guests themselves are able to experience the lifestyle in older days, replicating Japan's landscape at the turning point Edo Period to Meiji Period about 150 years ago.
In the adjacent Drums' Sato facilities to rent costumes to be able to physically feel the Edo Period, such as ninja, samurai, town girls or the like are available, including restaurants and local limited shops; the citizens are waiting for your visit.
By bringing the flier available on the guidance counter, costume rental will be free of charge (normally about \3,000). *Prior reservation is necessary. Since the admission fee for Boso no Mura (Adult \300) is required separately, please have Japanese yen ready.
Tour arrangements can also be made in person after arrival at the Transit Tour Desk at Narita Airport.
Why not turn those layover hours into fun memories of Japan?
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