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The dazzling neon lights of Shinjuku contrast sharply with Tokyo's ancient shrines that include the stunning Kanda Myojin. Although it is one of the most modern cities in the world, Tokyo still has a firm hold on its fascinating historical past. Visitors who come to the country can balance their visit between the old and the new for a wonderfully cultural experience.
Vanilla Air, Delta Air Lines, China Airlines, Tigerair Taiwan and Jetstar Japan all operate direct flights from Taipei to Tokyo. Flying nonstop from Taipei to Tokyo will take a little over three hours.
Facilities at Narita International Airport
There are two airports in Tokyo, but Narita International Airport (NRT) is the primary destination for international travel. The airport's three terminals offer a range of valuable passenger services, including currency exchange and free Wi-Fi. There are hundreds of shops, restaurants and bars to enjoy after a flight. Carriers servicing the airport include Lufthansa, Aeroflot, Air India, Alitalia, EgyptAir and American Airlines.
There's an express train leaving from the airport directly to Tokyo's central district. Travelers can also rent a car or take the Narita Airport bus. The fare for the 50-mile taxi ride is $200, and it will take around an hour to get to the city’s central district.
Things to Do Near Narita International Airport
The short flight distance from Taipei to Tokyo makes the city an accessible and enjoyable destination. The city of Narita, just minutes from the airport, offers an excellent introduction to Japanese history and culture. Its Boso no Mura living history museum includes a reproduction burial mound, samurai homes and a city street modeled after historic architecture. The 1,000-year-old Naritasan Shinshoji Temple is another fascinating example of traditional architecture.
Tokyo's Meiji Jingū Shrine is the grandest in the country and is worth a visit just to view its giant gate. Shopping along Yanaka Ginza in the city's Taito district is a great way to pick up electronic goods, fashion accessories, books and music. Tokyo Dome City in the city's Bunkyo district is an amusement park with breathtaking rides and sports venues.
Hints and Tips for Narita International Airport
Tokyo's climate is temperate and subtropical. Winters experience the occasional snowfall and temperatures in the 40s Fahrenheit. Summers are often warm and moist with temperatures climbing to the 80s or 90s Fahrenheit. Travelers on flights from Taipei to Tokyo during January can take part in the Hatsumōde celebration. This is a time when prayers for the New Year are offered in local shrines.
Fresh and flavorful, Japanese cuisine is often as pretty as it is delicious. Staple menu items include seafood, either raw or tempura-battered and fried, rice, soup and savory vegetable side dishes. The tea ceremony is a fascinating cultural experience that may include side dishes of sweets in addition to green tea. A party of two enjoying a mid-range meal at a restaurant can expect to pay around $50.
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