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Naritasan Omote Sando, Narita
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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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Naritasan Omote Sando by using our Narita vacation route planner.
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  • Be sure to take time to explore shops on both sides of the street. We watched fresh fish being cut up at the butcher and stepped in to an old chemist shop with ancient remedies. Lots to see and explor...  more »
  • Food and souvenir shops on both sides of the road, from Narita station on the way to the Naritasan store or was lined up and old inns. Eel, has several hotels, well-cooked eel in the shop was burning, but the price is quite expensive, and gave up eating.
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  • From the station, this lovely lane led us straight to the famous Temple of Narita. When we admired and looked at souvenir shops, sweets shops and even managed to taste and buy home local sake. A lot of restaurants like to sit out the locals, especially the many visitors in the restaurant. where right on the street and little grilili preening local fish. Colorful, crowded, mentally.
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