From the 6th century onward is the center of Japanese Buddhist culture, but also the ancient capital of Japan. Nara and the ancient capital of China, “Chang An” closely related, Nara City,  Tōshōdai Temple is the Buddhist monastery of the total monastery, by the Chinese Mr.Tang Jianzhen monk personally built, retaining the Tang Dynasty architectural style, is now identified as Japanese national treasure and world cultural heritage.


1) Burning Mountain Festival (the second Sunday of January) 342 meters above sea level, in the past was the volcano if the mountain, also known as the “three Mt. Burning the whole mountain “burning Festival” New Year activities are usually held the day before the adult day. By then, the neon lights in Nara will be extinguished, showing in front of you is a fantastic scenery.


2) Nara Park

Nara Park, also known as Sika deer Park, is one of the pioneers of modern park in Japan. Taisho 11 years (1922) was designated as Japan’s national attractions. Nara Park, the most notable is the deer, including 1,200 deer living here, most of these deer docile and likable. These deer are Kasuga Shrine sacrifice of God, is regarded as the incarnation of God, the Japanese deer are the most concentrated place.

Address: 469 Nishi-cho, Nara-shi, Nara
Access: Take Kintetsu Nara Line and get off at Nara Station, 15 minutes by walk.
Fee: Free
Open all day


3) Todaiji
Is Japan’s Huayan main temple, also known as the Great Huayan Temple, the four-day king of the temple and so on. East Temple is located in the city of Heijō-kyō (now Nara) East, is one of the South seven big temple. In 1998, it was listed as a World Heritage Site as an integral part of the ancient Nara.

Address: 406-1 Nishimachi, Nara, Nara Prefecture
Opening hours: November – February 8: 00-16: 30, March 8: 00-17: 00, April-September 7: 30-17: 30, October 7: 30-17: 00


4) Kasugataisha
Is the Japanese Shinto religious worship places, dating back thousands of years of history, has been included in the World Cultural Heritage directory. The Kasuga Taisha is set up by the powerful Fujiwara family and is dedicated to the four guardian deities of the Fujiwara family, and is now an important place of worship in Japan.

Address: 160, Harunomo, Nara City

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