Kirinoya Ryokan

58 Tamachi, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0024, Japan
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View from the street.View from the street.

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One night in Narita, Japan

by Jamez

Hello VT'ers',

I have a stopover in Narita, Japan in April & I need some assistance please.

What is the weather like in April?

I arrive @ 7:00pm & leave 11:00am the following morning. Do I have enough time/sunlight to get to Tokyo & appreciate the city?

Any other info will be appreciated. i.e. best way to get to Tokyo. Is it safe? etc.

Cheers with thanx,

Jamez.

Re: One night in Narita, Japan

by cochinjew

Trains will take you directly to the heart of Tokyo but if you are arriving there at 7 pm and have to check back in at 9 am, it is better to stay in Narita which is a short train ride away from the airport. There is a very nice temple there which can be visited at night and good eating places. I was there once in December when it was miserably cold and at other times when it was pleasant.

Re: One night in Narita, Japan

by dancinbudgie

Hi Jamez, I agree with above post. You might also look on Cheesecake17's Narita page...she has some good info and pics. Cheers, Tracey

One night in Narita, Japan

by Jamez

Thanx muchly for your informative replies.

Happy trails.

Jamez.

Travel Tips for Narita

Arrival procedure.....

by cheesecake17


First When you get off the airplane you will reach the immigration counter, an officer checks the DISEMBARKATION CARD you have filled in before hand on the plane.....

and stamps an entry permit in your passport....

also as of SEPTEMBER 2007, there is a new law that require ALL foreigners to be finger printed..
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within a few years.....many tourist staying less than 3 month will have to fill out a special card.......which tell will have to carry while in japan.....supposely is one of the measure to reduce crime.....

Next, you claim your luggage ....

Finally, you need to declare any articles that exceed the duty free allowance...

From HANEDA to central TOKYO

by cheesecake17


Tokyo has two airports - Narita Airport and Haneda Airport.

Narita handles international traffic exclusively, while Haneda deals with domestic flights and a few international flights.

To get from Haneda which is 10 km to central Tokyo use

Monorail
Haneda Airport is linked to JR Hamamatsucho Station by monorail.

At Hamamatsucho you can then easily transfer onto the JR Yamanote Line or the JR Keihin Tohoku Line. It takes approximately 20min and trains depart every 10...

The Airport Limousine Bus
The Airport Limousine Bus departs frequently for Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station, the city centre hotels and Disneyland.

Taxi yes, you can take one..:)
For short distances, Ginza, the Tokyo Station area, Shibuya and Shinjuku, taxis are affordable

Site Seeing in Iwakuni

by nightlight_princess

A castle town situated at the mouth of the Nishiki river. It's symbol the Kintai-kyo bridge was constructed by Kikkawa Hiroyoshi, Lord of Iwakuni in 1673 during the Edo period. It is a five arch bridge, and one of the three famous bridges of Japan. Cherry blossom in the spring and cormorant fishing in the summer only add to the attraction of this bridge. Other places to see include Iwakuni Castle, Kikko Park, and the white snake display.

Narita - Gateway city into Japan

by longsanborn

"My First Japanese City"

I visited Narita long time ago - in the late 1980s - when I flew over Japan on my way to further my studies in California, USA. I had to transit in Narita to break my long journey to the USA. At the time, I was just a naive but bright-eyed bushy-tailed teenager of 19 years old. That was the first time I've ever left my country and I remembered being very excited to see Japan.

I remembered the prison-looking Narita airport, passing by colourful hilly landscapes of terraced rice-paddy fields, before ending up at my hotel for the night. As my flight the next day was in the afternoon, I had the morning to explore a bit of Narita. We took the shuttle bus to the town, and I remembered walking around the japanese shopping streets. I remembered entering a shopping complex and surprised to see the japanese sales ladies bowing greetings to us as we entered.

I thought that the Japanese were very polite and courteous people, soft-spoken and of gentle-manners.

It's said that Narita city has two hearts within its rich natural environment of water and greenery. The tranquil heart is Naritasan Shinshoji temples which are paid homage to by many visitors all-year-round. Then there is the heart of action, Narita airport, considered to be the sky-gateway of Japan.

See the this link to the Narita Airport

Also see this link to the Narita City

My 1st and Last Drop in Japan

by dennisKL

"The Narita"

The Japan International Airport located at Narita. This is a out-of-city international airport that not operate in 24-hours. This is being protest by the local farmer. The earlier flight arrive at the airport will schedule after 6am and onwords and the last flight is about 9pm from Taipei. Why? I think a Japanese can answer you this...
Quite a distance to travel from Narita to Tokyo.
Around this area you can find lots of farm. A very nice gree color carpet along the highway in a square size. I was staying at the Excel Hotel on my last day before I back to home. Visiting a Naritasan Temple that not far from the airport. Walking down the street of Nakamichi for night life.

A have a night at Narita Excel Hotel which is not far from the Narita International Airport. I took a round trip to Narita at night in a taxi for 3000yen+!!!
Expensive...but atleast I experience..:)

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Address: 58 Tamachi, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0024, Japan