While most famous for its international airport, Narita has much more to offer visitors. Step back in time at the Boso no Mura Open Air Museum, where you can experience traditional Japanese life, or explore the historical shopping streets near the impressive Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. Delve into the hidden treasures of Narita and uncover its rich heritage.
The easiest way around Narita is on foot, since the major sights and attractions are within walking distance from each other. Though, some sights are located a bit further ahead, where a car or bus might be necessary.
The nearest and most convenient airport is Narita airport.
We recommend staying here for about half a day.
There are several festivals here throughout the year. Please be advised that the following list is based upon previous entries of those festivals and that the dates might have changed slightly in the following year. It is also possible that the entire festival is cancelled in the case of heavy rainfall or a natural disaster. Please check with the official organisers' website for the most up-to-date information.
For the exact location of any of the festivals listed here, you can consult our map above by clicking on the icon in the upper most corner of the map to open the map legend. Festivals are hidden by default but can be made visible by clicking on the "Festivals" checkbox in the map legend.