Naritasan Shinshoji Temple is a very popular Buddhist temple in Narita Town, not far from the hotel. It is a great site to visit and we would recommend taking two or three hours to fully immerse yourself in this historic part of Japan.
Try your hand at making buckwheat noodles or traditional Japanese handicrafts in a 19th-century Samurai house at Boso-no-Mura Open-Air Museum. The authentic urban landscape from the late-Edo to early-Meiji era has been lovingly recreated.
The Skyliner Train Service from Keisei Narita Station provides an express service from the airport to Keisei Nippori Rail Station in central Tokyo in just 36 minutes, where you can visit the newly opened Tokyo SkyTree or enjoy the newly added rides at Tokyo Disneyland.
Don't Go Home Without
Soaking in the healing waters of the Yamato no Yu hot spring near Shimosa-manzaki rail station, closeby to the hotel, via rail service. On a clear day, there are views of the iconic Mount Fuji from this onsen in Chiba's farming heartland.
Tipping is not required in Japan, although do expect to pay a service charge from between 10% and 15%, depending on the standard of restaurant you choose.