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Narita Dream Farm [Narita Yume Bokujo]

This tourist ranch with an expansive site area is located in Narita City. Activities such as milking cows or making butter can be experienced on a daily basis. In addition, there are various amusement facilities, and space where animals are set loose; conveniences such as restaurants and stands are also provided. There is even a camping area - making this ranch perfect for an enjoyable group or family outing.
http://www.yumebokujo.com/

Getting There

10 minutes by free bus from JR Namegawa Station.

Narita Airport Course

This composite leisure park is only a ten-minute drive away from Narita Airport. An athletic course and a maze that utilize its natural mountain setting; a fishing pond; cycling with modified bicycles; target shooting - these activities and more can be enjoyed by people of all ages, all in a natural environment.
http://www.undounomori.com/

Getting There

10 minutes by free bus (reservation needed) from JR Keisei Higashi-narita Station.

Tani Fish Farm

This general leisure facility near Inbanuma (marsh) offers a carp fishing pond, a putting golf course, and a mini amusement park, and regular or colored carp can also be purchased. In addition, visitors can pick strawberries from early January to early May.
http://www.tanikoi.com/

Getting There

20 minutes by bus from JR or Keisei Narita Station.

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Daijionji Temple

Daijionji Temple is said to have been founded in the fifth year of Tenpyo Hoji (761), by Tang Dynasty Buddhist priest Ganjin. The main building of the temple enshrines the Seiryoji Temple-style Shakyamuni Tathagata standing statue. Many other cultural assets remain here as well, such as the Imperial envoy gate, which was used for Imperial messengers, and a temple bell that has been designated as a cultural property by Chiba Prefecture.

Getting There

20 minutes by bus from Keisei Narita Station, and 5 minutes on foot.

Ryushoin (Namegawa Kannon)

Ryushouin (Namerigawa Kannon) is said to have been founded by Jikaku Daishi in the fifth year of Showa (838). The main building of the temple, built in the 11th year of Genroku (1698), is a magnificent structure of about 14.4 meters long on each of the four sides. It is designated as Chiba Prefecture’s tangible cultural property. The Niou gate at the entrance of the temple grounds, built at the end of the Muromachi era, is an important cultural property designated by the National Government.

Getting There

Get off at JR Namegawa Station, and 15 minutes on foot.

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