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This temple is known for its fire ritual, which is performed several times a day. Visitors wishing to know their fortunes can purchase paper oracles from vending machines located on the grounds or pay a visit to one of the local soothsayers.
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A leisure walk from Narita Rail Station to this temple takes about 20 minutes. The walk itself is a pleasure. The narrow street leading to the temple is lined by many small local shops selling all sorts of Japanese niceties. Quite worthy of exploring. The...More
After underwhelming stays at Narita Airport hotels (they weren't bad, but felt like every other airport hotel), we decided to investigate the historic city of Narita on a whim. We found a ryokan (traditional Japanese hotel) facing Naritasan temple for a reasonable rate. On arrival,...More
The temple visit was easy to do solo. On a Sunday, arrived midmorning and came back at 1pm. Exiting immigration wasn’t an issue, no line. I lost my train ticket, remember to keep your ticket. I had to buy an extra ticket to get back....More
Go and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere. The temple is impressive and beautiful at the same time. And the surroundings, the garden, is also in the winter nice to be. I always come here when I'm in Narita.
For those who have come across my post before I'm a horrible picture taker. That being said the Temple structure is gorgeous. Keep in mind it does have religious significance so I was as respectful as could be but here are the few pictures I...More
Spend an afternoon walking an exploring the park behind the temple complex in Narita. Many don’t venture past the main temple area. You will need some descent walking shoes and some mosquito repellant in the summer. Bring your camera.
From arrival floor, go down to the train station. Buy the ticket to Narita station. Get a map of NaritaSan at the information desk.about 10 min to Narita station.
It is about 12 minutes walking from Narita station. Ramen or eels are the famous cuisine...More
There is so much to this attraction, oodles of temples and so much fun with in all of them.
The lake which runs through the whole thing is stunning as is the pagoda.
There is also a new temple to view, which is extremely special....More
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The hotel Richmond is very nice and close. Just a short walk to the Naritasan Hhinsho-ji Temple and just an escalator ride from the train station. I usually stay at the Toyoko-Inn and take the shuttle to both the Temple and... More
The hotel Richmond is very nice and close. Just a short walk to the Naritasan Hhinsho-ji Temple and just an escalator ride from the train station. I usually stay at the Toyoko-Inn and take the shuttle to both the Temple and train but with the fist AM train the Richmond is a much better choice. There are several other hotels within a couple of blocks of the Richmond, but I like it more.