Enjoy a stroll through the surrounding areas of this magnificent pond and wildlife refuge. During winter, flights of ducks can be watched. See the beautiful scenic view of the many flowers during summer. Using footbridges and suspended bridges, journey though the heart is this wonderful area.
This historic area is known as the Ryukaku-ji burial mounds that host 113 relics. After walking though the pine tree forest discover the circular burial mounds and experience history in its natural surroundings.
Approaching Narita Temple, browse through this amazing display museum and souvenir store. Pick up a guidebook and relax in the complimentary traditional rest station. Furthermore, during the month of July experience the annual Narita Gion Festival. A spectacular event held in and around the surrounding grounds of Naritasan, be involved in traditional dance and music performances, wonder the streets enriched by decorations and street stores, or watch the Dashi displays (float display) that eliminates the night sky.
Naritasan, recognized as a national heritage site, is host to numerous periodic events that has established itself as a major tourist attraction. Surrounded by parkland, the Buddhist temples are still active throughout the year, especially during New Yearfs Eve - the temple becomes overwhelmed with tourists and Japanese people, welcoming the new year and preying to good life in the next.
The Narita Airport, also known as the Tokyo Airport, is conveniently neighboring Yamato no Yu making it an ideal venue for those who are on transit, and short stopovers. Have a taste of the real traditions of Japan with convenience and comfort if only for a short time.