Source : tourist-note.com
With the three terminals and 40 million travelers passing through each year, Narita Airport is one of the busiest airports in Asia. But a flight delay or a long layover may mean that you have a few hours to spare. You could sit at the terminal and wait, but why waste an opportunity? Narita Airport is a destination on its own. Many restaurants, sightseeing spots, and shops in the area are ready to greet weary travelers.
Narita Airport Shopping: Aeon AEON Mall Narita
AEON has a large shopping center near Narita Airport. At the East Exit, you can catch a non-stop bus to take you directly there. This huge mall has several duty-free shops and restaurants.
Narita Omotesando is the street, leading to the famous Shinshoji Temple. The temple has welcomed pilgrims for centuries and features many souvenir shops and food stalls.
Don’t have much time before your flight? Try one of the many Fa-So-La shops located throughout Narita Airport. This duty-free chain sells a wide range of goods.
Is there anything better than finding a rare gem? How about finding a rare Pikachu? Look for the Pokemon Store on the 4th floor of Terminal 2 to find “Narita Pilot Pikachu!” This plush toy of the popular character is exclusive to their Narita Airport store and is sure to be a hit with any Pokemon fan. The Pokemon Store has a much more to offer, so if you’re a fan of the game (or just cute characters) be sure to stop by and take a look.
Want to know more about Narita airport? Then be sure to check out part two of the article here where we’ll explore other destinations worth visiting.