|Above, Narita Airport's departure Terminal 2. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
With the exception of the 2004 G-TOUR, I don't think I've been at Narita International Airport any longer than three hours before my flight back to L.A. In the case of G-TOUR, a group of us went back into Tokyo for a few hours (we had flown to Narita from Osaka).
In case one is going to be at the Narita Airport for just a couple of hours or so and need something to do, Time Out Tokyo has some suggestions.
They begin with:
Perhaps you've missed your flight, showed up three hours too early, or have a transfer not quite long enough to visit Narita city before boarding your next flight. In any case, OK, you've got some time to kill at Narita Airport. Considering the size of the complex and its three passenger terminals, it shouldn't come as a surprise that there's a fair share of entertainment to be had here. Read on for our top picks of how to have fun at Tokyo's (OK, Chiba's) main international airport.
Note that some of these are after passport control and require a plane ticket to access.
To read more, go here.