Rent a Car in Narita-city

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Helpful information about Narita-city

About the airport
Narita, Japan's largest international airport, is used by 100,000 passengers every day. From souvenir shops filled with traditional Japanese collectibles and contemporary character merchandise to eateries serving authentic Japanese cuisine and more, this airport provides a wondrous glimpse into Japanese culture. Major car rental agencies are located in Terminals 1 and 2, making it convenient to rent a car from the airport. The pick-up, drop-off, and parking areas of passenger terminals have regulations concerning the delivery and parking of vehicles. Check out the regulations for the terminal you would be using in advance."
Transit and transportation
Since there are many sightseeing spots scattered around Narita City, renting a car is recommended. Navigation should be a breeze on the typically wider, better maintained national and prefectural roads.
Sightseeing and activities
With a rental car, the sightseeing spots around Narita City can be visited in a single day. For example, Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple is only a 15-minute drive from Narita Airport. This temple is one of the Daihonzan (head temples) of the Kanto region and houses Shusse Inari Shrine, widely believed to grant prosperity in business and fulfillment of fortunes. Alternatively, discover a world of tradition and craftsmanship at Boso no Mura (Boso Village). 0 minutes from Narita Airport, Sawara flourished during the Edo period (1603–1867) due to its thriving rice trade. The region’s historic canals, once used for transporting rice, still remain today.This open-air museum offers a unique opportunity to experience Japanese culture and crafts firsthand, showcasing both local and regional treasures. With a convenient 20-minute drive from the airport, reaching this destination is a breeze. For a charming Edo-period experience, explore the streets of Sawara (Katori City). Just 3"