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Private Transfer to Narita Airport via Naritasan Shinshoji Temple

2016.07.13

Introduction

Do you have a bit of spare time before you leave Japan?
This tour makes a quick stop at Naritasan Shinshoji temple, one of the Japan's largest temples, on the way to Narita airport from your accommodation in Tokyo.

■About Narita Shinshoji Temple
Narita Shinshoji Temple has over 1000 years of history and over 10 million people visit this temple annually.
New year season is the busiest season of this temple, because about 3 million people visit there with in a first week of January to make a wish for health, luck and fulfillment of upcoming year, which is known as Hatsumode, Japanese tradition of new year. This number of visitors is second highest in Japan followed by Meiji jingo shrine in Tokyo.

Also, this temple is deeply related with Kabuki culture. It is said that "Kabuki is not developed without this temple".
This temple inspires Naritaya, one of the famous trade names in Kabuki.

Primary Ichikawa Danjuro who is the founder of Edo Kabuki did not have a luck with their child, which is a severe issue as they need to have a heir. Then, he went to the Narita Shinshoji Temple with last hope to make a wish and apparently, he was able to bestow the eldest son.
In addition, when he performed kabuki with a theme of Narita Shinshoji Temple, its performance has gotten a lot of attention and reputation, which contributed the further development of Edo-kabuki.

By the way, 7th Ichikawa Danjuro had a same problem with heir, so he went to Narita Shinshoji Temple like Primary Ichikawa Danjuro and he could have a son as well.

Considering these news, there is a close tie between Narita Shinshoji Temple and Ishikawa family of Naritaya, and there is the Kabuki expression, which only Ishikawa family can only act. This Kabuki expression is called "Hudo-no-mie", the glare action. There is a saying that when people have stared by this glare, acala of Narita Shinshoji Temple purifies your bad luck.

Let's visit this historical and cultural temple, which saved Kabuki culture!

Price per group:
■Non guide tour
1〜3 persons: 68,700 Yen (Sedan)
4〜8 persons: 73,000 Yen (Full Size Van)
9〜19 persons: 108,000 Yen (Micro Bus)
20〜25 persons: 132,600 Yen (Medium Size Bus)
26〜51 persons: 151,000 Yen (Large Size Bus)

■Guided tour
1〜2 persons: 102,000 Yen (Sedan)
3〜7 persons: 106,400 Yen (Full Size Van)
8〜18 persons: 141,400 Yen (Micro Bus)
19〜24 persons: 165,900 Yen (Medium Size Bus)
25〜50 persons: 184,300 Yen (Large Size Bus)

*Please inquire us for interpreter guide of below languages.
Chinese (Mandarin), Korean, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Russian.

Tour Detail

Tour Style
This private program date and time can be arranged upon your request. 

Group Size
1 to 51 persons
*Please inquire us for more 51 persons.
Duration
4 hours
Destination
Tour Itinerary
*Please inform us pick-up location. (Starting time can be varied)

Sample itinerary
10:00AM Pick-up at your hotel in Tokyo
11:30AM~12:15PM Narita Shinshoji Temple
12:15PM~1:30PM Lunch at the Monzenmachi town
2:00PM Narita airport
What's Included
- Private taxi
- Tolls and parking spot fee
What's not Included
- Admission fees (Narita Shinshoji Temple is free、Reikoukan museum and Shodo museum is not for free)
- Lunch
- Guide (unless requested)
Tour Tips
Booking process
1. Please contact us for availability through ‘BOOK IT’ button below.
2. We will check the availability and come back to you within 1 business day.
3. Payment request will be sent via Paypal.
4. Reservation is done upon receiving your payment. Confirmation e-mail will be sent to you.

Payment
- Fees shall be paid through Paypal. Currently no other payment method is accepted.

Cancellation Policy
Reservations may be cancelled without charge up to 16 days prior to the program date.
Reservations cancelled less than 15 days before the program date will incur the following charges:
- Between 15 days and 9 days: 20% of the program charge

- Between 8 days and 3 days: 30% of the program charge

- The 2 days before the date of travel: 50% of the program charge

- Less than a day or no show: 100% of the program charge

*Time is in JST.