It was my last day in Japan near airport. My flight was in the afternoon so I decided to go in the morning for sunrise. It was amazing! Prayers started early by the entrance. There was no vendors at that time yet. (Once I was...More
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Decided to stay in Narita for 1 day after a long flight. Beautiful place, specially when autumn is all around. I have an amazing photos from this place and great memories about mixed colours of autumn leaves around
easily accessed via the circle route buses. Go. You'll enjoy it. After the bustle of Tokyo, this gives you a bit of an insight into the Japanese lifestyle and people.
I had a 9-hour layover in Narita, and decided to explore that Naritasan temple and park. It's very easy to walk to from the Narita station along the street lined with shops and restaurants. The park itself is very tranquil and beautifully laid out. There...More
Spent amazing time in Narita. Cosy streets with lots of restaurants, polite people, amazing Naritasan park make this little town great place to escape everyday big city routine. This town looks beautiful any time of the year but in summer its filled with fresh air...More
Trails are not marked in English, but the signs with maps allow you to figure out where to go. Pools, temples and shrines around every corner, and lovely shade provide a nice place to relax on a lay-over day near the Tokyo airport.
The park and the temple are amazing, but you need a lot of energy to see everything. If you're interested in biology,in the park you can find more then 100 types of trees and plants. From a historic point of view,the temple is like an...More
With a few hours spare before our flight from Narita airport we made the most of our time by visiting these beautiful gardens and temples. There is a cheap shuttle from the airport to Aeon shopping mall (200 Yen) from there you can get a...More
This park is a complex of Buddhist temples and other buildings set in a landscaped garden. The site is one of the most important in Japan, certainly east of Nagoya, and is often very busy during celebratory events, like New Years. However most of the...More