Journey out to Naritasan Shinshoji and explore the large complex and halls. Tour around with a certified caregiver who will safely take you around to barrier-free zones to enjoy the Japanese ambiance along the retro streets of Narita.
09:00 Pick-up Within the Central Tokyo (23 Wards)
11:00 Naritasan Shinshoji Temple Street
Enjoy the retro atmosphere as you tour around the streets aligned with shops leading to the temple. Explore and shop around with ease as certified staff assists you up a few streets with slopes.
Let your guide take you to a barrier-free restaurant to fuel up for the afternoon. Why not try some delicious eel, a known local specialty?
Naritasan Shinshoji Temple
With over a 1,000 years history, Naritasan Shinshoji Temple is well-known among locals for being an honorable temple for kabuki actors. This temple also offers barrier-free areas in which you can conveniently head up by elevator. Wheelchair-friendly restrooms are also available.
16:00 Depart from Narita
18:00 Drop-off at Select Locations in the Central 23 Wards of Tokyo
- Departure Point: Tokyo (decided after booking)Departure Time: 9:00 amDuration: 9 hrsReturn Details: Tokyo (decided after booking)Included:
・Certified caregiver/driver-guide assistance
・Parking feePrice: From ￥32,400 per personNot Included:
・Meals, beverages, entrance fees not mentioned in the itinerary
・Personal expensesExtra Details:
・Please note that the wheelchair van can accommodate up to eight (8) guests—one (1) wheelchair user and their chair plus seven (7) other guests.
・Assistance will be limited to boarding and alighting the car and pushing the wheelchair. For assistance with mealtimes, restroom use, changing and other needs, a caregiver can be arranged for an additional fare.
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