Narita - The Gateway of Japan
Narita in Japan is world famous for at least a million reasons including the main international airport which serves s a gateway to the rest of the world. This unpretentious city of Narita would accord a warm welcome to the tourists who throng to savour the age old beauty of its wooden buildings, bamboo farm houses; paddy fields charming allay ways and back- roads that meander to form an interesting maze. It is a tranquil get away to cut off from the maddening pace of the urban life and its mayhem.
There is a long line up of accommodation options including hostels and guesthouses that are ideal for short stay and late arrivals. Star hotels, resorts, B & B and inns are also available; in this city. Check out the many cheap airport hostels in and around the airport, which are conveniently located to the main shopping avenues and tourist attractions as well. Most of them employ English speaking staff and can help you with your travel plans. Tastefully done up interiors in Japanese style and clean linen and other amenities are typically available at easy prices in these hostels.
The word Narita means rice paddy that could refer to its expansive rich paddy fields. This city is thought to have been inhabited since prehistoric times and the rice cultivation dates back to 100 BCE. The urbanization of this area began in the Nara period in 940 CE, during which the Narita-san Temple was also set up. Narita became a town in 1889, and the city evolved in 1954.
Narita-San, the spectacular Buddhist temple complex and the nearby Japanese garden is one of the most famous sights of this city. Built in the year 940, the deity of this Buddhist temple is Fudo Myoo. Sohgo Reido, dedocated tp Sohgo Sakura and the Hana-Ueki Centre, a famous flower and tree garden are the other attractions in this city.
In case you are in search for a travel guide for a comfortable journey in this city, the Retrobus would be the best choice. It operates seven trips a day and connects all important points of this city. Local trains are also convenient options to go around Narita
Places of Entertainment
Narita has a lively night life and lots of entertainment options including singing bars, night clubs, and gentlemen’s club and so on. There are exciting shopping options and restaurants as well to spend some time in the company of your friends though some upscale hangouts could be pricey.
Yen (JPY) is the currency of this city and money exchange facilities are available in all banks, foreign exchange counters and travel desks. The exchange rates are regularly published in financial newspapers and internet.
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