Narita-san is the more famous temple in this neighborhood, but Sogo Reido is worth visiting. I have never been to the museum portion, but the temple is respectable and grounds are spacious - it feels like a bigger version of "the neighborhood temple". The lucky charms are all sold with a (random) tiny gold ornament. I got a turtle, and...
Once again we spent part of our long airport layover in Narita town which we always enjoy. The temple is one of the two highlights for us. It is relatively easy to find. Turn right out of the Keisei Narita Station or Left out of the JR Narita Station and follow the main (small) road. After about 15 minutes, you...
Usually the flowers start blooming mid-May to early July. Adjuscent to the temple precinct streches this hydrangea field in 2 acre land.
Hydrangea was originally introduced from Japan into Europe about 150 years ago by a German scientist Philipp Siebold. Here you can see many indigenous varieties which you don't find in Europe.
Along with Diolama Museum, Sogo Reido Sanctuary...
I went Jinpei soba.
went to Magata Shrine, and met Oosugi.