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This temple is known for its fire ritual, which is performed several times a day. Visitors wishing to know their fortunes can purchase paper oracles from vending machines located on the grounds or pay a visit to one of the local soothsayers.
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Beautiful shrine, temples and surrounding gardens - a must if you have a long layover at the Narita International Airport (NRT). We took the train from NRT, and walked down Omotesando Street before arriving here. Enjoy!
If you are just passing through Narita or staying a few days, a visit to this famous temple should be on the itinerary.it is not far from the airport and an easy walk from Narita train station. There is no admission charge to the Temple...More
Naritasan Shinshoji Temple is situated around 15 minutes walk from Narita Train Station via Narita Omotesando where there are lots of restaurants and souvenir shops at both side of the street. Naritasan Shinshoji Temple has a big Park and the temples are scattered around the...More
It was raining during this trip but found the time to visit this temple area. I have been several times in the past and always find serenity here. It is one of the better temples I’ve seen in Japan and has some stunning gardens attached....More
From central Narita, there is a pleasant 20 minute walk down Omotesando street to the impressive entrance Temple of the Main Temple Complex and Nature Park. Walking through the entrance Temple, there is a paved thoroughfare up to another Temple with a shady glade with...More
I visited this temple a couple of times. Each visit, I just take in the crisp fresh air and the blissful calm of the surrounding area, Regardless of your faith, you can definitely treat this as a walk in a very well kept park.
We thought that this was a good cultural introduction to Japan for our young kids and this Buddhist Temple certainly did not disappoint. Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple was close to our overnight hotel in Narita so was a must see. It is easily accessible from Narita...More
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The hotel Richmond is very nice and close. Just a short walk to the Naritasan Hhinsho-ji Temple and just an escalator ride from the train station. I usually stay at the Toyoko-Inn and take the shuttle to both the Temple and... More
The hotel Richmond is very nice and close. Just a short walk to the Naritasan Hhinsho-ji Temple and just an escalator ride from the train station. I usually stay at the Toyoko-Inn and take the shuttle to both the Temple and train but with the fist AM train the Richmond is a much better choice. There are several other hotels within a couple of blocks of the Richmond, but I like it more.