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Kamakura, Yokohama and Tokyo Bay Day Trip from Tokyo

Kamakura, Yokohama and Tokyo Bay Day Trip from Tokyo
Duration:
9 hours 18 minutes
From:
USD 100.00
Explore the countryside outside Tokyo on a day trip to Kamakura and Yokohama. You'll see the Great Buddha of Kamakura, tour ancient temples and shrines, and enjoy a Japanese lunch. You'll also learn about Japan's long history and rich culture on a walk through Yokohama's traditionally landscaped Sankeien Garden. Before return to Tokyo, cross Tokyo Bay on Yokohama's famous 2,822-foot (860-meter) cable-supported bridge.

3-Day Private Tokyo and Nagano Tour: Snow Monkeys, Tsukiji Market and Bullet Train

3-Day Private Tokyo and Nagano Tour: Snow Monkeys, Tsukiji Market and Bullet Train
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3 days, 2 nights
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Take the bullet train (Shinkansen) to Nagano, round-trip from Tokyo, and explore both cities with a knowledgeable private guide. You'll get an authentic taste of Japanese customs as you watch vendors selling seafood at Tsukiji Market, enjoy an Izakaya-style dinner at a Tokyo restaurant, learn calligraphy and tour Zenkoji Temple. Soak in an amazing 'onsen' (hot springs bath), and be entertained by the snow monkeys at Jigokudani Monkey Park as they do the same! This private three-day tour is an ideal way to experience Japan's cultural and culinary delights.

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New Tokyo (Narita) Airport (NRT) Information


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New Tokyo (Narita) International Airport

Where is New Tokyo (Narita) Airport?  


Tokyo Narita International Airport (IATA: NRT, ICAO: RJAA), also referred to as New Tokyo Narita International Airport, New Tokyo International Airport, New Tokyo Airport, or Tokyo Narita Airport, is located in the city of Narita, and adjacent Shibayama, 60 kilometres (40 miles) east of central Tokyo, on the southeastern side of Honshu Island, in the Kantō region, Japan.


In 2013, New Tokyo (Narita) Airport served 35,379,408 passengers, making it Japan's 2nd busiest airport. New Tokyo (Narita) Airport is Tokyo's main international airport, whereas the city's much busier other airport, Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND), handles domestic traffic.


In April 2015, NRT Airport opened a new terminal for low cost carriers (creatively called Terminal 3).


New Tokyo (Narita) Airport is a hub for All Nippon Airways, Delta Airlines, Japan Airlines, Jetstar Japan, Peach, United Airlines and Vanilla Air. Other airlines that fly to New Tokyo (Narita) Airport include Aeroflot, Air Canada, Air France, Alitalia, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, EVA Air, KLM, Lufthansa, Qantas, SriLankan Airlines, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines and Vietnam Airlines.


Cities with flights to New Tokyo (Narita) Airport include Atlanta, Auckland, Bangkok, Beijing, Chicago, Delhi, Doha, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Istanbul, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Manila, Mexio Ity, Moscow, Mumbai, New York, Papeete, Paris, Rome, San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Vancouver, Vienna, Washington DC and Yangon.


IMPORTANT NOTE: you do need to show your ID when entering the airport grounds, no matter how you arrive, albeit bus, train, car or even by foot. Most people show a passport, but a (Japanese) driver's license will suffice. Also, if you are arriving as a family, only one person needs to show is/her ID.


 

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Services at Narita Airport include

  • Observation decks - Terminal 1: 5F (best views), Terminal 2: 4F
  • Clothing storage, luggage storage, luggage delivery
  • Cell phone rental
  • Pet hotel
  • Postal service
  • Medical and dental offices
  • Dayrooms and showers
  • Barber shop, beauty salon, nail art, oxygen bar
  • Business service, copies, fax
  • Smartphone app
  • Silent rooms for meditation (0600-21:00) (prior to passport control) - Terminal 1: 5th floor, Terminal 2: 1st floor
  • Meeting points




Additional New Tokyo (Narita) Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2016