Narita

The second thing you may see is the little farmhouse, smack dab in the middle of the airport. Quaint? Not quite. People live there — an artifact of the most laborious birth in the history of any airport anywhere. Born
The second thing you may see is the little farmhouse, smack dab in the middle of the airport. Quaint? Not quite. People live there — an artifact of the most laborious birth in the history of any airport anywhere. Born of molotov cocktails, mass demonstrations and civil unrest, Narita wasn’t welcomed by the locals, who didn’t want an international airport on their land, almost 41 miles east of the epicenter of the Japanese capital.


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