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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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
We are flying from Cambodia with a long 9 hours layover in NET. We didn't want to stay at the airport do we came here at the Information Desk to ask for any In Transit Stay Program. The people are very knowledgeable and friendly. She...More
This information unit at Narita was extremely helpful. I consulted them on arrival as well as upon departure. I needed to find the Post Office to pick up something in general delivery and the directed me there. On another occasion I needed to find a...More
Narita is a huge International Airport and can be very intimidating especially if you arrive for the first time. You come into arrivals hall, and there are a million signs, taxi, cafes stairs, restrooms, elevator, exchange banks, and bla, bla, bla, bla. So stop for...More
The staff was excellent. If they couldn't help or communicate with us in English, they found someone who could. There always seemed to be several people to attend to a small group of guests. The room was very spacious. It had two double beds and...More
As you know, you will go thru passport control first, then on to get your luggage. As you exit this area and just before the arrivals hall is a big, tourist info center, tour desk and brochures. I think this is what you... More
As you know, you will go thru passport control first, then on to get your luggage. As you exit this area and just before the arrivals hall is a big, tourist info center, tour desk and brochures. I think this is what you want, if not ask one of these agents for directions. I think it will be easy for your parents. Everyone is very helpful.