Rent a Car in Narita-airport

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Helpful information about Narita-airport

About the airport
With 100,000 passengers using the airport every day, Narita Airport is the undisputed gateway to Japan. A staggering 15.4 million passengers flew internationally through Narita Airport in 2022. Beside serving as a travel hub, Narita Airport also attracts plane enthusiasts with its close-up views of takeoffs and landings. Beyond the captivating Japanese art adorning its walls, Narita Airport offers a treasure trove of traditional crafts, contemporary Japanese character merchandise, and tax-free delights. If you do shop on arrival, a rental car will make transporting your purchases a breeze.
Around the airport
With rental agencies located in both Terminals 1 and 2, renting a car is another convenient option for exploring beyond the airport. Don’t let public transportation schedules dictate your journey. Rent a car and experience the ultimate freedom and flexibility. That said, pick-up, drop-off, and parking rules for personal vehicles vary by terminal at the airport. Be sure to check out the regulations for the terminal you would be using beforehand. Take advantage of the online reservation system available through Narita Airport’s website and reserve your parking spot when using the parking lot at the airport.
Sightseeing and activities
Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple, famed for its blessings of prosperity and fortune, is a popular attraction in Narita City where the airport is located. A short 17-minute drive (nearly six miles) from Narita Airport by rental car leads you to the temple. On its main approach, there are specialty restaurants that have been in business for generations, specializing in eel cuisine. In addition, Tokyo and Yokohama are just an hour and a half away by expressway. Immerse yourself in Japanese culture in Tokyo. Experience a captivating kabuki performance at Kabukiza Theater in Higashi-ginza (Chuo Ward) or watch the fierce competition of sumo wrestling at Ryogoku Kokugikan in Sumida Ward. You can also catch an English Rakugo performance (a traditional Japanese comedic storytelling art form) in Asakusa in Taito Ward. On the other hand, Yokohama boasts a diverse culinary scene and unique attractions like the Red Brick Warehouse, Chinatown, and the Cup Noodle Museum where you can make your own cup noodle concoction. Yokohama is also known for its beautiful night scenery with illuminations set up around iconic landmarks and symbols.