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Address: Nakamachi, Narita 286-0027, Chiba Prefecture
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A lot of shops to explore and sea

This hill is a tiring climb, it just goes up and up and up. but there are lots of things to see. From Eel shops, to gift shops selling tsukemono, and other manju, daifuku, yokan... read more

Reviewed October 23, 2015
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Reviewed November 26, 2015 via mobile

It was the first time we visited the Narita san and tried on the kimono,There r many kimonos with colors for both men and women, And the price that you have to pay for hiring a kimono is just 500¥. The service here is excellent and Japanese peoples r so kind!

2 Thank Phương N
New York City
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Reviewed November 23, 2015

This is the main road that will take you to the temple. It is known for it eel restaurants and you will see the preparations from the street

1 Thank travelsinger97
Fareham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed November 19, 2015 via mobile

We were invited in off the street to this non profit making enterprise. The two girls hired kimonos for an hour and we went for a walk around the temple. There were many photo opportunities in the autumnal surroundings and many tourists asked to take their photo. They certainly caused a stir. Cost is 500 Yen to cover cleaning expenses.... More 

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Reviewed November 13, 2015 via mobile

You can find almost everything here! we went to a chop stick shop wich and they are all beautiful. so hard to choose but when you do they engrave your name on them for free!

1 Thank Michael M
Sleaford, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 49 helpful votes
Reviewed November 2, 2015

We had visited the temple complex of Shinshoji and requested guidance from a shopkeeper to the inter-hotel bus stop outside the Comfort hotel. During previous visits to the temple, we had eaten at some of the nearby restaurants and purchased items from the shops, without realising that the town was much larger.The small town has a charming, narrow main street,... More 

1 Thank Barry C
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Reviewed October 31, 2015

A dream come true for me to wear a kimono while touring a traditional Japanese temple. The service provided by the NPO Hospitality Narita was beyond compare! 2 ladies took 20 minutes to outfit me in a Formal kmono! I didn't know it would nvolve perhaps > 20 pieces f fording, ties, paddings, etc, inc 2 robes. The end result... More 

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Reviewed October 29, 2015 via mobile

A very popular area for food but high priced. Tourist orientation. Places near the station are less expensive for dining. Pleasant walk.

1 Thank Weimin
Surrey, United Kingdom
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Reviewed October 24, 2015

The stroll through the street on the way to the temple is quaint and reminisant of old Japan . Lots of little shops and a variety of little restaurants. I felt totally safe wandering about . Charming .

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Reviewed October 23, 2015

This hill is a tiring climb, it just goes up and up and up. but there are lots of things to see. From Eel shops, to gift shops selling tsukemono, and other manju, daifuku, yokan etc. It makes for a very interesting trip in Narita. It is accessible by the round narita bus. Worth visiting if you have a lay-by... More 

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Reviewed October 19, 2015

Reminds me of Kyoto with the ancient wood buildings and quaint shops. A delightful walk from the train station to the Shinshoji Temple.

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