Most people only know Narita as Japan’s main gateway at Narita International Airport, not knowing that the city also possesses its own charm. Especially after sundown.
By day, Naritasan is full of activity, with its one-kilometer Omotesando to the station filled with shops catering to everyone's needs. But when night falls, the place is deserted, leaving a sense of serenity waiting to be uncovered.
Narita City is served by JR Narita Station, which can be reached by JR trains from Tokyo along JR Sobu Line, or from Chiba along JR Narita Line. Both lines are included by the JR East Pass.