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.
|Meeting Point||JR Narita Station or Keisei Narita Station|
|Ending Point||JR Narita Station or Keisei Narita Station|
|Departure||09:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 5|
- Visit one of the most famous and popular temples in Japan, Naritasan Kongo-o-in Shinshoji and its related historical buildings.
- Walk in Naritasan Park which has beautiful stream, fall and ponds.
- Enjoy shopping on the souvenir shop street on the way from the station to Naritasan.
|extra hour.||44.50 USD|
|extra person.||44.50 USD|
Sir Nobu Sato is an extraordinary tour guide. He is very accommodating and friendly. A tour guide who is really passionate about his work. He is very patient and helpfull. He even volunteered to fetch our group in Tokyo train station and get a cab for our group to send us in our hotel, even it is not his duty to assist us because his service is booked eight days before that day. Sir Nobu, thank you very much for your patience and making sure that we have a memorable Tokyo tour. Till next time and God bless you!
Since there are too many places to visit in Tokyo, it is not possible to include all the spots in a one-day tour. I will make a customized day tour in Tokyo based on your requests. You can include 3 or 4 places that you would like to visit depending on your interests. A chartered van tour is available for a group up to 8 people.
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.
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.
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.