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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Narita?

    The price for luggage storage in Narita starts from just ¥450/bag for the entire day.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Narita?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Narita.

  • Are there storage lockers in Narita?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Narita. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Narita.


Store your luggage around Narita with Bounce

Narita is a city in Japan’s Chiba Prefecture, around 37 miles east of the Japanese capital of Tokyo. Lying on the outskirts of central Tokyo, Narita is best known for being the site of Japan’s main international airport — Narita International Airport. For this reason, most passengers arriving at Narita Airport looking to enter Japan, specifically Tokyo and nearby areas, often pass by the city. 

If you take the time to explore Narita, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. The city has a range of lovely museums, tranquil parks and gardens, temples, markets and several other attractions that are worth stopping over for. 

Do you have a long layover and want to leave the airport? Or maybe you’d like to experience the city’s unhurried atmosphere before moving on to the other, fast-paced destinations in Japan? Whatever your reason for visiting charming Narita, stay luggage-free using our luggage storage service. 

With several convenient locations throughout the city, you won’t have to worry about dragging heavy luggage around while exploring. Download the Bounce app and search luggage storage Narita for the nearest baggage storage. Store your non-essentials with us while you enjoy shopping, dining and museum-hopping in this historical area.  

Luggage storage in Narita

Narita serves as a major entry and exit point for travelers in Japan; the city welcomes thousands of people daily. Whether you’re in Narita for a layover or a short stop before heading out to the bigger cities, you’ll surely benefit from our temporary luggage storage services. We offer BounceShield™ Protection on each bag, and your luggage will be well taken care of from the moment you check it in.

We have highly-rated store partners near major attractions, Narita International Airport, local shops, hotels and museums. Store luggage without a hassle and, at the same time, get valuable tips on what to see in the city from our knowledgeable partners. 

Narita city guide

Top things to do in Narita

Although small, Narita has abundant must-visit cultural attractions, incredible local cuisine, great shopping, and several other worthy spots. If you want to maximize your time in Narita, these are things you should do.

Museums in Narita

Narita has been dubbed “the living museum of traditional Japanese culture,” and rightly so. The city boasts several museums showcasing Narita’s culture, art, science, nature and history. 

Engage in interactive exhibits at the Museum of Science in Narita or witness stories of war heroes at the war museums. If you’re traveling with kids, add the Natural history museums to your itinerary. These are the best museums in Narita for all travelers.


If you want to get a taste of old Japan, visit the Boso-no-Mura, also known as “Boso Village.” This open-air museum is 51 hectares in size and is dedicated to showing off the local lifestyle of the Boso Region (including the Narita Airport area) during the Edo Period by recreating a “village.” The spot is complete with workshops, merchant houses, and other elements that typically make up a village. 

At Boso-no-Mura, you can experience traditional activities such as papermaking, tea ceremonies and blacksmithing. Try Japanese armor or a Samurai costume and relax with a cup of tea. Whatever you decide to do, you’ll get to enjoy and learn something new.

Boso-no-Mura bag policy

The museum doesn’t have storage lockers for your luggage, so stowing large bags, backpacks and suitcases before you go there is the best idea. Drop off your belongings at any of our baggage storage locations in the area and enjoy the museum at your leisure.

Museum of Aeronautical Sciences

This museum is just a 7-minute ride from the Narita Airport and an hour’s drive from Haneda Airport. It’s one of the most visited spots in the city, especially for those who want to pass the time during a long layover. Whether you’re a fan of aviation or have extra time on your hands, you’ll find the museum interesting. Plenty of actual planes and full-scale replicas are on display here. 

The exhibits also have different plane parts and components, such as a Boeing 747 engine and landing gear. The best part is to try operating a plane through the plane stimulators and imitation cockpits. Public viewpoints allow you to watch planes taking off, which could be an extraordinary experience for kids and kids at heart. 

Museum of Aeronautical Sciences bag policy

Though the bag policy for this museum isn’t specified, we offer multiple luggage storage locations in the area where you can store luggage of any size. Book a place to stow your stuff in advance at a nearby location.

National Museum of Japanese History

Also known locally as Rekihaku, this government-run museum is in Sakura, just a few minutes away from Narita. Opened in 1983, it’s the only national history museum in the country and an excellent facility to visit if you want to learn the Japanese people’s history and cultural development. 

The museum’s collection, which focuses on Japan’s history, folk culture, and archaeology, spans six galleries and consists of several cultural artifacts and models. The National Museum of Japanese History is an excellent introduction to Japan, especially if you’re just starting your trip and want to better understand the country’s heritage and culture. 

National Museum of Japanese History bag policy

Oversized bags aren’t allowed inside the facility. To make the most of your museum tour, find our nearest luggage storage in Narita and stow your luggage for a few hours. 

For security reasons, most museums in Narita don’t have luggage lockers or any kind of luggage storage space. Before visiting a museum in Narita, check their website for opening hours, access, luggage storage and other services. As an option to train station lockers, download the Bounce app to find our multiple locations. Take advantage of our quick and easy service to drop off your non-essentials.

Shopping in Narita

The shopping scene in Narita may not be comparable to the other Japanese cities, but it has some special spots to check out if you want to do some retail therapy.

Naritasan Omotesando Street

If you want to bring cool souvenirs home, this is just the place. The Narita-san Shinsho-Ji Temple is one of Narita’s most popular spots, and the path leading up to it is just as worthy of visiting. Naritasan Omotesando Street, which is 800 meters long, is lined with various shops and food stalls. Here, vendors sell woven baskets, clothing, souvenirs, and custom-made chopsticks.

AEON Narita

Are you looking to do some quick shopping to start your Japan trip? Not too far from the airport is the AEON Mall, a popular shopping destination among travelers and locals alike. The mall is home to over 150 stores that sell a range of products — from fashion items to food. The best part is some of the stores offer tax-free shopping for travelers. Shop and save money? Yes, please.

Shisui Premium Outlet

If you don’t mind driving, this outlet is 15 minutes from the airport and is one of the best shopping spots in the area. Here, you’ll find plenty of bargains, discounts and more on items from local and international brands.

Shopping in Narita can be tiring, even more so if your hands are full of heavy shopping bags. Lighten your load by storing your belongings at one of our many luggage storage facilities in the area, and continue shopping or grab a bite at one of the restaurants nearby.

Restaurants in Narita

Japan is world-renowned for its cuisine, and Narita has many restaurants serving local and international dishes. If you are looking to taste the best the city has to offer, check out the following dining spots.


Narita has a thriving dining scene, offering traditional Japanese favorites, including the local specialty – unagi (eel). If you want to try the best unagi in the city, check out Kawatoy, near Narita san, the most famous temple in the city.

Teco Teco

If you’re looking for something other than Japanese food, don’t worry because there are plenty of international restaurants in Narita. Teco Teco is a Brazilian restaurant near Narita train station serving churrasco, a traditional Brazilian dish. A culinary gem, Teco Teco is a small eatery, and the chef is the owner, too, while a friendly staff runs the place and offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere.


A buffet-style restaurant with an open kitchen, Serena provides an excellent dining experience for guests and visitors of Hotel Nikko Narita. Choose from a line-up of Japanese and Western dishes and sit on the terrace facing the garden. Later on, you can take a walk around the lovely hotel.

Don’t carry luggage or heavy shopping bags when stopping to dine in Narita. We offer many luggage storage facilities conveniently located across the city. Store your luggage before deciding on a must-try restaurant.    

Convenient luggage storage options in Narita

Instead of trying to fit your bags in airport coin lockers, locate our convenient, safe, and flexible luggage storage in Narita. It’s hard to beat our affordable prices and excellent service. When your items are too big for train station storage lockers, book with us. We always have availability to store bags and luggage of any size.

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