The hotel is pretty good, there is generally some English spoken which helps a great deal.
The breakfast is first class with a great choice, though it can be very busy when it opens at 06:30.
The bus to Tokyo picks stops at the hotel, though sadly it doesn't stop at Narita airport.
The only real negatives are that it can be difficult to get a non smoking room as the hotel is very popular and there being no wifi!
There is a great diy/supermarket store next door to the south, well worth a visit.
An ATM for international cards is about a 5-10 minute walk to 7/11 eleven store on the main drag heading southwards.More