Narita-San Shinshoji Temple
This is one of the most beautiful Temples in Japan! The vast Japanese gardens, waterfalls and Koi ponds are photogenic so don’t forget your camera.
Stroll Omotesando Street (a.k.a. Green Street)
This walking street is a throw-back to a typical main street from Japan many years ago. It has small quaint shops lining the street selling souvenirs, trinkets and food. The street basically begins at the Narita train station and ends at Narita-San temple. The walking time is approximately 20 minutes (if you don’t stop along the way).
Shisui Premium Outlets
A fairly new outlet mall featuring stores such as Gap, Coleman, Samsonite, Coach and several Japanese name brands at outlet prices.
Strawberry Picking at Atsuta Farm (January to May only)
Enjoy all you can eat strawberries that are fresh and delicious.
Museum of Aeronautical Sciences
This is a nice aviation museum to be enjoyed by aviation buffs and rookies alike. Several artifacts from Japanese airlines, static airplane displays and many educational displays for all ages.
Aeon Shopping Mall
Aeon shopping mall Narita is a modern shopping mall with a food court.
We hope that you’ve enjoyed these recommendations on what to do in Narita!
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