Are you going to stay in Narita or transit at Narita Airport? If so, this excursion is just right for you. A day trip to Sawara, a small historic city near Narita. You can walk in a traditional Edo-era townscape, enjoy a leisurely cruise along the river, go to a Japanese Sake brewery for a tour and tasting. I hope you will fully enjoy yourself in Sawara. Departure from Tokyo is also welcome.
|Depart From||Narita , Tokyo|
|Meeting Point||At Narita Airport, JR Narita Station or your hotel (Narita area or Tokyo area)|
|Ending Point||At Narita Airport, Narita Station or your hotel (Narita area or Tokyo area)|
|Departure||08:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 5|
- Walk in a nostalgic townscape (about 1 hour)
- Enjoy a leisurely cruise along the Ono River (about 30 minutes)
- Learn about the most famous land surveyor in Japan, Inoh Tadakata (about 1 hour)
- Visit the Float Museum to see the parade floats for the festival (about 1 hour)
- (Optional) Visit Katori-jingu Shrine, one of the oldest shrines in Japan (about 30 minutes) *We would need to use a taxi or rent bicycles
- Enjoy a tour of a Japanese sake brewery, with a chance to taste the sake (about 30 minute tour)
|extra hour.||44.00 USD|
|extra person.||44.00 USD|
Day trip to the Yorokeikoku (Yoro Valley) area by car.
You can see old-fashioned Japan, 1.5 hours from Tokyo.
Enjoy a delicious lunch at an "irori”, a dip in a natural hot spring, and beautiful scenic places in Yorokeikoku.
You can bring your favorite ingredients or order plates at the lunch place.
There are good markets to buy sea food and vegetables on the way to the place for lunch.
If you have a half day free at Narita Airport, this excursion is just right for you!
This is a 3-hour tour to Naritasan Temple, one of the most popular temples in Japan.
We visit almost all of the main buildings in Naritasan including, Main Gate, Ni-o-mon Gate, Great Main Hall, Shaka-do Hall, Komyo-do Hall and Great Pagoda of Peace. We can also walk in beautiful Naritasan Park.
One-day trip to a small Japanese sake brewery in Oarai Town, Ibaraki.
You can take a mini tour in the brewery, taste and buy sake at the shop, and enjoy lunch with tasty sake in a cozy Japanese restaurant nearby.
You will also enjoy a train trip to Ibaraki by a comfortable limited express and a cute local train.
Two-day trip to the Yorokeikoku (Yoro Valley) and Kisarazu area.
You will experience old-fashioned Japan, 1.5 hours from Tokyo!
You can enjoy a natural alkali sulfur hot spring, dinner & breakfast cooked in an "irori" fireplace, and beautiful scenic places in Yorokeikoku as well as shopping in a big outlet mall in Kisarazu.