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TEMAKIZUSHI (Hand-rolled sushi) experience

TEMAKIZUSHI (Hand-rolled sushi) experience
3 hours
USD 64.01
What activities are you looking forward to doing during your visit to Japan?<br>Well, if you're interested in learning about Japanese home-style cooking, that's exactly what we can offer you: a friendly class in English and Japanese where you can learn how to prepare some popular dishes. It's a chance to produce genuine examples of 'Mom's cooking' which no restaurants in town have on their menu.

Shakyo Sutra Copying Experience at Monk Bar in Tokyo

Shakyo Sutra Copying Experience at Monk Bar in Tokyo
2 hours
USD 49.38
Are you looking for a truly unique experience in Tokyo? Join us and experience the long-standing Buddhist practice of shakyo at a 'monk bar' in Nakano, the center of pop culture. Shakyo is a practice of hand-copying Buddhist sutras. It has long been part of religious training for Buddhist monks to purify their minds and accumulate merit, but now it's gaining a new-found appreciation among non-Buddhists as a way of meditation. Shakyo is often practiced at Buddhist temples or other formal settings, but in this 2-hour session, you can experience it at an intimate bar with the friendly guidance of a businessman-turned-priest. If you want a casual introduction to the deep and rich world of Buddhism, you should look no further than this!<br>

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New Tokyo (Narita) Airport (NRT) Car Rental

Welcome to the car rental New Tokyo (Narita) Airport information page with information on New Tokyo (Narita) Airport car rental options, including which side do you drive on, transmission types, local Tokyo driving stress, licences, and more. You may also compare your New Tokyo (Narita) Airport car rental options and search for the best available Tokyo car rental rates in the search box below.

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New Tokyo (Narita) Airport Car Rental Desk Locations

There are many Narita Airport car rental companies represented and their counters are located at the Central Building, 1st Floor(Arrivals) in terminal 1 and Main Building, 1st Floor (Arrivals) in terminal 2.

New Tokyo (Narita) Airport Car Rental Companies

Avis, Budget, Hertz, National, Nissan Nippon

Tokyo Driving Information

Driving is on the left side of the road.

All New Tokyo (Narita) Airport rental cars are automatic transmission.

Your local drivers' licence is required.

An International Drivers' Permit (or IDP) may be required, especially if your local drivers' licence is in a language other than the local language (you may inquire when you pick up your car).

Tokyo Driving Stress Level: 7/10

Tokyo is an extremely busy city and features many expensive toll roads and highways. Parking is often difficult and spaces can be hard to find. Therefore, consider parking outside of the downtown district and using the city's comprehensive public transport. Driving outside of Tokyo is an excellent way to reach many nearby suburban districts and other parts of Japan, such as Yokohama and Yokosuka to the south, Gujisawa and Uenohara to the west, and Kawagoe and Adachi-Ku to the north-west. Also nearby and within easy driving distance are both Sakura and Tsukuba to the north.


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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2022