Naritasan Omote Sando, Narita

Shop and dine at Naritasan Omote Sando, a 800 m (2,624 ft) stretch of avenue lined with zelkova trees. A shopping complex nearby, built in 2005 under somewhat controversial circumstances, contains 38 apartments and over 130 stores, many specializing in unagi (grilled eel). Stock up on other Japanese treats, including yokan (from sweet bean), rice crackers, sake, and teppozuke (stuffed pickled uri melons). Also termed Tokyo's Champs-Élysées, this strip can get very crowded, especially during holidays. Discover how to plan a Narita trip in just a few steps with Inspirock's itinerary builder.
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  • Were setsubun, but wasn't that crowded. Walking slowly and many still peep shop right away.
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  • I stopped by after visiting Naritasan shinshoji Temple. The main purpose was eel to eat lunch. Omotesando is the old town. There were many visitors from overseas. Car is (on the other hand is a one-way street) through the narrow street and even dangerous feel. There are many old inns and many eel shop, Rice cracker shop, jelly and Japanese-style confection store. It is fun just to stroll. Eel shop you are looking for (12 was filled before) to wait a bit, put. Souvenir flat out so I bought a candy. It is a bustling Omotesando.
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  • Walked to the rice Home Office rubbish from the rice store in the West, Centre and tourism while I look forward to, but NO1 chestnut mushi羊羹 & bite jelly tea service. NO2 chestnuts service baked potatoes sweet chestnut was at 5 locations this year thank you. NO3 honey service hot lemon drink even a teaspoon flower sunflower honey sweet scent filled – go Lions-. Don't forget even boiled in various 通好 only carp. Pickles from the morning soaked pickles Shiba Mari pickled pickle pickled thousand bettara fair pickled rifles pickles, pickled shallots any pickles bite taste aeremasu!. Wine lovers will "grand total soy sauce" to two stores. Amazake is 100-200 yen six stores now when the body becomes warm, it is the best. Clam soup service friendly in front of tourist center. And speaking of Chiba peanuts it most around the yachimata peanut SORBS is the best. The other baby sweet potatoes baked meat grilled bun, baking etc. And eat what I had countless "grilled eel" shop Natural cultured Cook arm bake history shop secret hanging I recommend famous clientele, such as the river chikuho main store separate blurbs. This year my best way station in local rice clam rice + clam juice service best thank you thank you.
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Where to stay in Narita

The accommodations of Narita come in two main areas: by the airport and in the town proper. As such, they cater to those just passing through, and those here to see the sights. By the airport, you'll find business hotels, with simple rooms, gyms, and pools. In the town center, a collection of simple hotels and hostels sit next to the main train station, while a number of traditional "ryokan" (guesthouses) provide atmospheric stays on the streets just off the main thoroughfare leading to the temple.
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