The following weekend after visiting Kyoto, I spent some time roaming around Narita.
For many, Narita International Airport (NRT) is the way most people fly to Japan. It’s usually where I fly when I go to or leave Japan. This same trip to Japan where I went to Kyoto, I also made plans to roam around the city of Narita for a bit.
To clear things up as I often find myself explaining others this, but Narita is not really close to Tokyo. It’s a 30-50 minute train/subway ride from the heart of Tokyo, and Narita is pretty much out in the middle of nowhere in the countryside. Lots of rice fields.
Here’s a taste of what I did: