395 Saiwaicho, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0028, Japan
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ATM at Narita Airport

by stevemt

Does anyone know if there is an ATM at Narita Airport that will accept foreign cards?

Re: ATM at Narita Airport

by obyjuan

I wouldnt worry about that. Narita is a huge airport. I am sure there will be plenty of ATM. Most ATM's accept foreign cards. Don't sweat it

Here you go..all the ATM info you need at Narita

Re: ATM at Narita Airport

by stevemt

Thanks, I appreciate that

Re: ATM at Narita Airport

by olddude

Here is more info for you. As of the 11th of July all ATMs at 7-Eleven's across Japan will now accept foreign cards. By the way, I don't think all of the places at Narita that are listed actually accept foreign cards. The only ones that are for sure are the Citibank, Seven Bank and the post office ATMs.

Re: ATM at Narita Airport

by Alikatt

There wasn't any in Narita, at least at the time I was there a year ago and was tyring every ATM I saw to no avail.

Travel Tips for Narita

Something about Narita

by dennisKL

Most people will remember 'Narita' which being of the TV program 'Doremon'...:)
This is what my 1st impression...
Farmer is around the corner and you can imagine a piece of gree land. Observe the surrounding area just before the flight landing is fantastic!!!...another famous well known local stuff is 'green tea' you can actually get here!!!
What others thing you may need to know about Narita is...the people there are peaceful, you may also notice lots of parking land provide with a very low price as they offer to those who need to park their cars and go for overseas. In the airport is costly! They are actually good offer.

Naritasan Shinshoji Temple

by gogonicetrip

Naritasan Shinshoji Temple is a historical temple founded in 940.
Enshrined in the temple is the Fudomyo-oh- Buddha, respected as a great being who is able to force all devils to surrender.
Fudo means “mighty and immovable”, and from ancient times led sumo wrestlers in pursuit of strength to worship this incarnation of the Buddha.

At the setsubun event, held at the beginning of February every year, the strongest professional Sumo wrestlers throw Fukumame (roasted soybeans) to visitors gathered in the temple’s ground to symbolize good fortune and freedom from disease and disaster.

The numbers of visitors increased during the 17th century, when the temple’s popularity soared after the statue of Buddha, which in the temple’s principal feature, was displayed in Edo (currently known as Tokyo), the capital city of those days.

At that time, Ichikawa Danjyuro, a Kabuki actor and founder of well-respected family, was a devout follower of Fudomyo-oh Edo, and performed an immensely popular play on the subject of Naritasan and Fudomyo-oh, which further popularized as a center of religious beliefs.

Naritasan houses many relics and works of art that represent the abovementioned with Sumo and Kabuki.

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A taste of Japan

by flynboxes

"Layover City"

Yes I have been to Japan in the past with a JR (japan rail) pass and saw a fair amount of the country. This time I was here for work hence my hotel tips are a bit more upscale than usual. Was here for a week doing some training so with my days full I had a few hours each evening to head out and about. Narita is a formal rural town that was more or less put on the international map when Narita International Airport was built here and not without protest from the locals. NRT airport was completed and opened in 1978 to stop conjestion near the city of Tokyo and Haneda airport which recently opened back up to international flights.

"Explore the city."

If you have a long layover of 6 hours or a day or two you can catch the local train to Keisei station from the airport for a couple of bucks and walk around part Narita. (Most hotels offer free shuttle buses to Keisei ro the JR station which is spitting distance away and to the Aeon Mall). Most of the interesting parts of the city can been seen by walking down Ipponmatsu-dori and Omotesando Sts. I did it both during the day and night. Keep in mind that most shops on these streets don't open on weekends till 10am.

"Naritasan Park - hidden gem in Japan"

Asa other VT members have said...Naritasan park is a great way to see a park in Japan (and temples) while avoiding the crowds of Tokyo. The only crowd I saw here was at the gate..a group of Italian tourists. It's a great place to bring a box lunch and enjoy the afternoon while experiencing a little local culture.


by supercarys

Ahh, Narita. During the short time I was in Japan, I stayed overnight in a hotel proveded to me by Japan Airlines. It was humid but very green and pretty with a variety of flowers in the garden, which I explored before heading off to get my connecting flight.

Narita Temple

by ginakoh

"6 Hours Transit in Narita Airport!"

My friends and I were transiting at the Narita Airport on our way back from Honolulu.

We seek help from the information desk and gotten a map and direction to spend our little 6 hours of transit time in Narita.

We did a bit of shopping and paid a visit to the temple in Narita! Here's the HTML web page of all the pictures taken :

These pictures were taken using a 7250 phone when the phone was just introduced to the Singapore Market.

You will notice that the scenery of the temple is so fantastic that no matter how poor quality the camera can be or whether how unskilful the photographer can be, every pictures still looks like a great postcard!


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