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Naritasan Omote Sando

Nakamachi, Narita 286-0027, Chiba Prefecture
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Nakamachi, Narita 286-0027, Chiba Prefecture
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I could imagine the Narita was so full of amazing history! The old town main street is just a few minutes walk from the two Narita railway stations. It'll conduct you to the magnificent templar complex of Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple. It definitely deserves a stop-over.

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Reviewed 6 July 2018

Sugoi means great, amazing, etc.Omote sado is very sugoi.I love it.The street is narrow.But there are many people and cars. - Food.There are many restaurants.But Unagi(eel) is the most popular food. - Shopping.I saw many souvenir places.You may find very Japanese goods. - Buildings.Some of...More

Thank Mark T
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Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

A lovely little traditional Japanese street, this is the main street in the town and at the bottom will lead you to the incredible Shinso-Ji temple. Great little shops and many places preparing fresh eel - the local delicacy. Enjoyed visiting there

Thank Rob S
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Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

The Omote-Sando is the narrow winding street leading to the Naritasan Shinshoji temple complex. The street has numerous restaurants and souvenir shops on both sides. Restaurants serve many traditional Japanese cuisines and the most popular being Eel (unagi). Restaurants with food options like sandwich, burgers...More

Thank Joy_Sinha
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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

Omotesando Street is a narrow, quaint winding street full of little shops to explore and lots of places to eat at. Start at MacDonald's near the JR station (East exit) and walk towards the temple and park. If you have a few hours to kill...More

2  Thank wendya18
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Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

I had a late flight out of Narita so left my bag in a coin locker at the airport and took the short train ride to Narita to walk through the old town area and Naritasan temple complex and park. I enjoyed strolling down through...More

Thank Jude H
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Reviewed 17 April 2018 via mobile

Didn’t have much expectation about Narita. We just stayed here to be close to the airport for our flight. Luck had it we were there for the annual drum festival. Amazing experience. There were charming shops with lots of delicious treats. We also visited the...More

Thank siouxsy
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Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

I thoroughly enjoyed wandering the winding streets and hills of Narita. Shops, restaurants and other small businesses line the streets.

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Reviewed 15 April 2018

I have recommended so highly for other Narita attractions: the temple and the park(definitely go visit there.) However I have a bit of reservation about the street. It has nothing to do with the place itself but it has to do with the amount of...More

Thank wmhtet
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

My Japanese friend took me there in her little car. This passage that led to Naritasan Shinshoji Temple was very busy with many people. I was very surprised that it was a down hill slope, as Narita-san should be a mountain. She said that the...More

Thank RayParks
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Joanna E
13 February 2017|
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Response from ThaiCookingRocks | Reviewed this property |
I should be clear. If you are a US citizen you will not need a visa. I would highly recommend a tour for Narita as you will need transportation to see it properly and using cabs to hop from place to place will not be... More
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preetij5
27 October 2016|
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Response from Miktorts | Reviewed this property |
If you get the free hotel bus to the Narita Staition (13 mins) Omote Sando St is just near the station about 1 minute walk!
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Jmf1957
2 May 2016|
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Response from Zhifa | Reviewed this property |
It's not possible to walk from the location to Narita san shinshoji. As it's quite a distance away. To walk is 46 mins. For car is 9 mins. If you take cab from your hotel to Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, the price is... More
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