Foreign Tourist Information Center (Terminal 1)

Foreign Tourist Information Center (Terminal 1), Narita: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Foreign Tourist Information Center (Terminal 1) Reviews: 4/5

Foreign Tourist Information Center (Terminal 1)

Foreign Tourist Information Center (Terminal 1)
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Sandra G
Narita, Japan2 contributions
My daughter competed in Narita and we had some free time.
May 2019
The competition was at the Marroad International Hotel which is i we stayed also. Wonderful and very interesting buffet in the mornings, especially for us coming from Minnesota. The hotels in the area all had shuttles to the airport. At the airport you could sign up for free tours, nominal fee tours and some more expensive tours. We took one seeing an old farm and it went to a farmers market where we ate and met some wonderful women. We had rice that the one lady had grown, there were many rice fields in this area. Also we could take a bus into town and just walk around. There were temples and see the old and new of Japan
Written February 9, 2020
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tokyomove
Tokyo, Japan9 contributions
Stuff were really helpful,
Nov 2019
When you land in Narita if you are not sure about , where to go or how to go to the city , this place will help you with their suggestions.
Written November 22, 2019
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platypus150
Melbourne, Australia23,114 contributions
Basic information and maps
Oct 2019 • Solo
There is some information in English and I got some useful directions about where the bus and train ticket offices were (different levels in the terminal). I grabbed a metro map, which later came in handy.
Written October 26, 2019
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minhnguyen0911
2 contributions
Wonderful experience
Nov 2018 • Family
I had a great time here in Japan while waiting for my flight to Boston. The volunteers were very helpful and friendly.
Written December 31, 2018
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Luv-2-Travel284
Alberta, Canada133 contributions
Very helpful
Oct 2018 • Couples
They try to help as best they can. And you can usually find an English speaking person too. Very knowledgeable and friendly.
Written November 13, 2018
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ongkj
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia66 contributions
An Informative Counter for Tourist!
Mar 2018 • Business
I always go to Arrival Hall tourist information counter whenever i arrived at Narita airport. The counter staff is so helpful and informative and precise. Those detailed information such as the timetable and fare of the certain buses or train, they will lead you to another counter around there.
I am happy with this Tourist Information Center where they will provide you a free map of either Narita or Tokyo and/or the transportation map. Well done!
Written November 6, 2018
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Wendy H
2 contributions
A great way to experience Japan when you have a 6 hour layover
May 2018 • Solo
I was looking to find lockers which I heard they had at the airport and then the train into Tokyo when I saw a poster for the all-volunteer led tours of the area around the airport. One was a Temple and cultural tour. I ventured down to the appropriate place and was immediately greeted, welcomed, and paired with another visitor interested in the same tour. Our guide was knowledgeable, though I suspect we had some lost-in-translation moments that finally required me standing my ground about not wanting to take a rest, just didn't want to walk through the gardens. We dined with him at a lovely noodle shop and had some opportunities to do some shopping and learn more about the guide. Best way to see some of the sites in under 6 hours. Be warned, this is an all walking tour.
Written May 21, 2018
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Pulso
Quezon City, Philippines69 contributions
The Japanese will Help if Only You Ask!
Apr 2018 • Family
Throughout our visit, we learned that every Japanese you will approach will help you all the way he can if only you ask. The catch, it is rare to meet a Japanese that can speak English.
Takanori our very generous host in Tokyo explained that the Japanese learn to read and write in English, but they hardly learn to speak the language at school.
So, if you show them questions or ask them in English, they will reply in Nippongo. But if they can all speak English, I bet they'll beat another "most hospitable" country in Asia because 98% of its people speak English.
Written April 29, 2018
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PVN18
1 contribution
Seamless visit of Narita's surroundings
Feb 2018 • Family
In expectation of a 12 hours layover at Narita airport, we booked a guided visit online. Our favorite (Narita city and the Shinshoji Temple) was already booked so we opted for the Boso No Mura, the open air museum which turned out to be a great choice.

It required a much longer transit, almost 40 minutes: train + bus + walk than a simple Narita city and temple tour, which was hard for the kids (4 and 6yo, good walkers, but not so much after a 12 hours flight) (so little families if the Narita city is not booked, it is still a better option). Plus, the bus does not come very often, so you need to rely on the guides, in our case Norio and Kazuko who knew the timetable perfectly and could schedule a lunch break at the restaurant while waiting for the next bus.

Boso no mura was very interesting. It is a replica of the late Edo, pre-Meiji period village life, which includes a merchant street, a samuraï house and a farmer's house. There must be more to it, but the kids were exhausted so we had to head back to the airport. The village and reconstitution is great and gives a very good insight of how lively and modern pre-industrial Japan was.

Norio and Kazuko our guides were so knowledgeable and so nice with the kids. An absolute pleasure to be in their company. For families, it is a privilege to have someone help out navigate the transit system, help with buying train and bus tickets etc.

To all future customers, be aware that the volunteer guides are totally volunteer: Norio is retired and spends a tremendous amount of his time to show Narita, his home town, to visitors. Kazuko is teaching at a secondary school and is taking time off to work as a volunteer. If we had known that, and especially because they would not let you invite them for lunch, bus or train tickets, nor accept any kind of tips, we would have brought two little gifts for them before coming.

Thanks for this great experiences. The kids still talk about you two and practice their "arigatô" with everyone here!
Written March 4, 2018
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Daniel A
Beijing, China32,963 contributions
Helpful indeed and thus began my wonderful trip to Tokyo!
Feb 2018 • Couples
We just arrived in Japan and I was fully ready to tackle the subway and train system in Japan as I was ready because I did my homework. I thought I did. It was quite confusing as everything looked the same to me. There were multiple banks to withdraw money and each had their own special rules. I needed help. I looked over and saw a foreign tourist desk. I spoke very slowly as I thought the attendants wouldn’t speak English well, and so I asked for help choosing an ATM and directions to the Limited Express train. The attendant spoke perfect English, understood all my questions and tremendously helped me which calmed a bit of anxiety that was beginning to develop lol. The man (I forgot his name!) was helpful, courteous and reassuring. He then went on to help me plan the next couple of days of sightseeing by directing me to the best and cheapest means of transportation. It was an awesome experience!
Written February 23, 2018
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