The Airport Limousine Bus
The Airport Limousine Bus, is probably the most convenient way to get to the city centre.
You'll find the ticket desk right in front of you as you enter arrivals, and the bus stops are then located immediately outside each terminal building.
Buses leave for Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station, Disneyland and major hotels.
They depart every 15 minutes.
A ONE WAY ticket costs 3000 yen, and depending on traffic, expected journey time is about 1 1/2 hour...
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Naritasan Park, laid out behind Naritasan Shinshoji Temple.
The park is a Japanese garden beautifully displayed the natural colors of each season, an ideal backdrop of seasonal flowers, cherry blossom, and ponds for taking photographs of friends and loved ones.
Narita - Stopover
"Ideal stopover destination"
Narita is a common stopover destination for travelers flying from New Zealand and Australia, and then on to sundry other destinations.
It is a facinating place to visit and get a feel of old Japan. There are many old wooden buildings that are there to see and be photographed, many on the way the the famous shrine.
I was only in Japan for about 8 hours and before the trip, I researched the net and found a great site (http://www.mgnewman.com/narita/index.html) for my Narita layover!
Yeah, layovers suck but, I got the chance to visit a country that I've always wanted to see!
Thanks again Mike!