One of Nara’s most famous gardens
Reproduction of the center of the ancient capital, Nara. Daigokuden (Council Hall in the Imperial Palace) and gardens line up in this vast historical site.
A temple with strings of ”monkey charms”
An old town house to relax in
A temple built upon the request of Emperor Tenmu during the Hakuho Period. Reconstructed in recent years, the temple structures showcase beautiful, vibrant colors.
The head shrine of all the Kasuga-jinja shrines all over Japan, it is located on Mt. Mikasa, which has been treated as a sacred area since ancient times. In 2018, the shrine commemorated its 1,250th anniversary.
An ancient temple supported by common people
A relaxing spot above the pond
The second-oldest national museum in Japan, located in Nara Park. It boasts the nation's greatest collection of Buddhist art.
A mountain-top amusement park with a great view
This sacred primeval forest is registered as a world heritage site
A large temple in Nara featuring many structures that illustrate the culture from the Tempyo Period. It is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Learn about Nara's traditional crafts
This Buddhist school was established by the Chinese monk Jianzhen
Enjoy the Japanese architecture in the elegant drawing room
The graceful standing statue of Gigeiten is a must-see attraction
Immerse yourself in the world of this photographer who loved the Yamato path
Nara's symbol, the world's largest bronze statue of Rushana Daibutsu is seated in the Great Buddha Hall located in the vast grounds. The temple has been designated as a World Heritage site.
A museum where visitors can see the various works and crafts created by the people of the old capital of Nara.
A great view overlooking the the Five Storied Pagoda of Kofukuji Temple