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Being the one of largest tourist information centres that operate with new media, the Narita Tourist Pavilion is the ideal spot to obtain detailed information about the city of Narita. Striking black tiles cover the walls of the three-storey pavilion, wi...more

Narita, Japan

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Being the one of largest tourist information centres that operate with new media, the Narita Tourist Pavilion is the ideal spot to obtain detailed information about the city of Narita. Striking black tiles cover the walls of the three-storey pavilion, with each floor offering various exhibits and displays, as well as tourist information about popular attractions in the vicinity and upcoming festivals. A special tea ceremony is held at the tourist pavilion every week to let tourists experience the ancient practice of the ceremonial preparation and presentation of Japanese green tea. A small park is also located in front of the pavilion, allowing visitors to relax in-between sightseeing.

Ticket Price

Free of charge

Opening Hour

The tourist pavilion is open from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. from October to May and from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. from June to September daily (except on Mondays)

Recommended Visit Duration

Around 1 – 2 hours

Suitable For

 Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults

Must See

Floats from the Gion Festival, the exhibition room and the tea ceremony (held on every Tuesday)

Prayer Facilities

Prayer room facilities at the Narita Tourist Pavilion are unavailable but the tourism pavilion might be able to offer more information about locations that can be visited in Narita during prayer times.

Halal Food

Finding halal food at the Narita Tourist Pavilion as well as Narita will not be easy; since there are no known halal restaurants in the area. The tourist pavilion might be able to provide more information about useful spots that serve Halal food in the vicinity.



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