Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport

Narita Hotel
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Total Meeting Space2,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms548
456 Kosuge
Narita 286-0127

Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport

Narita Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Whirlpool

Image Gallery


Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms25
Largest Room781 sq. m
Second Largest Room520 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms548
Doubles (2 Beds)272



Local Attractions

National Museum of Japanese History

24 km away
The National Museum of Japanese History, known popularly in Japanese as Rekihaku, is a general museum of Japanese history that houses and displays some 200,000 artifacts of historical importance and cultural value that together help to tell the story of Japan's past. In developing its galleries, Rekihaku has endeavored to produce concrete, visual exhibits that facilitate an understanding of Japanese history and culture, relying on both the numerous authentic artifacts in its collection,and precise reproductions and scale models. As member of an inter−university research consortium, Rekihaku also serves as a center for research and graduate study, participating in exchanges with scholars nation-wide,and providing training to students enrolled in its graduate program. Three scholarly disciplines inform Rekihaku's approach to Japanese history. One is history, in the strict sense, relying principally on written records and other documentary materials; the second, archaeology, studies the material remains of past human activity as they emerge from excavations; the third is folklore, which examines the folk customs and lore that are still a part of people's lives today. Together with related scientific techniques,these three disciplines of History, Archaeology, and Folk Studies form the basis of the multidisciplinary and integrative understanding of Japanese history that is the common goal of the Rekihaku staff of scholars. It is an understanding of Japanese history that Rekihaku seeks to share with the general public and scholars elsewhere through its exhibitions, publications, and other channels of communication.
117 Jonaicho
Sakura, US 285-0017

Naritasan Shinshoji Temple

Historical Landmark
3 km away
The history of Naritasan Shinshoji Temple starts with the image of Fudomyoo which has been enshrined in the Temple as a main deity and is said to have been carved and consecrated by Kobodaishi (Kukai, the founder of Shingon Buddhist sect, 774-835) at the request of Emperor Saga. The image had originally been enshrined at Takaosan Jingoji Temple in Kyoto, capital of the day. When Tairanomasakado led a revolt against Emperor Suzaku in 939, Priest Kanjo received a secret order from Emperor Suzaku to suppress the revolt. He went to the district bearing the image of Fudomyoo and performed a three week Goma rite for peace. Miraculously, on the final day of the Goma rite, on the 14th of February in 940, the revolt was suppressed completely. Priest Kanjo, thus fulfilling his duty, prepared to return with the image of Fudomyoo to Kyoto, but he found that it had mysteriously grown as heavy as a huge stone and could not be moved. Soon he heard the oracle of Fudomyoo saying, “My wish has not been fulfilled. I wish to stay here forever and relieve innumerable people from suffering.” Deeply impressed by the mercy of Fudomyoo, Emperor Suzaku ordered a temple be erected to enshrine the image on that spot. Then Naritasan Shinshoji Temple was established by Priest Kanjo.
1 Narita
Narita, JP 286-0023

International Narita Airport

3 km away
1-1 Sanritsuka
Narita, JP 282-0011

Distance from Airport

  • 4.83 km from Venue


Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport Hotel is just 10 minutes by free shuttle to Narita Airport and 1 hour to central Tokyo from the Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport hotel. Soak up Japanese culture at Tokyo attractions like Shinshoji Temple and venture up famous Mount Fuji. Mount Fuji is 4 hours away and Hakone National Park is 3. Do business in one of the 19 meeting rooms for 5-1000. Soak up Japanese culture at Tokyo attractions like Shinshoji Temple and venture up famous Mount Fuji. Finish up in one of the hotel's 3 restaurants and a bar. Try traditional Chinese cuisine at Baien, sushi at Matsukaze or relax over cocktails in the Terrace Bar.