Tourist Information of Nara


Nara Prefecture is a place where the atmosphere of an ancient capital lingers, with world heritage sites and national treasures scattered throughout, as well as plenty of beautiful cherry blossom viewing spots. Don't miss the Naramachi area where you can enjoy interacting with wild deer in Nara Park and traditional townhouses. You can also enjoy gourmet food such as the Ichimoku Senbon Sakura in Yoshino Mountain and Ayaka Ramen.

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Nara Prefecture has a variety of tourist destinations, including the world heritage site "Todai-ji Temple," the nature-rich "Mitaki Valley," and the thrilling "Godaimatsu Cave." In addition, the "Ikoma Sanjo Amusement Park," where you can enjoy a panoramic view from the mountaintop, and the "Kintetsu Ikoma Cable," which was first operated as a commercial cable car, are also popular. You can enjoy beautiful scenery that blends history and nature. もっとみる

Spots with Historical Buildings

Nara Prefecture is the birthplace of the ancient Yamato government and is home to numerous historical buildings such as the world heritage sites of Kasuga Grand Shrine and Horyu-ji Temple. At the Ishibutai Kofun, you can feel the power of the massive stones. Additionally, at An'yu-in (Asuka-dera), you can experience a 1400-year history. All of these are unique tourist spots in Nara Prefecture that captivate visitors. もっとみる

Spots to Enjoy Culture

Nara Prefecture is a place where history and culture come alive. Visit the world heritage sites of Todai-ji Temple and Horyu-ji Temple to experience Buddhist art, or take a tour of traditional machiya (townhouses) in the Naramachi area. At the "Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Asuka Historical Museum," you can also immerse yourself in the ambiance of the Asuka period through crafts and exhibits. もっとみる

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Accommodations in Nara Prefecture are attractive for their calm atmosphere that evokes the ambiance of the ancient capital, as well as delicious cuisine utilizing local ingredients. You can also enjoy relaxation with hot springs. Additionally, the natural and historical views visible from the hotels provide healing for travelers. In particular, at "Kasuga Hotel," you can enjoy the view from the garden open-air bath, and at "Mikasa," you can experience the unique sight of deer playing in the garden, both of which are unique experiences that can only be found in Nara! もっとみる

Hotels Enjoyable for Families with Children

Hotels in Nara Prefecture are safe even for families with children. At the nature-rich "Nosegawa Onsen Hotel Nosenogawa," you can take a stroll along the Kumano Kodo trail, while at "ANDO HOTEL Nara Wakakusayama," you can enjoy activities such as stargazing and fishing. At "Nara Kenko Land Nara Plaza Hotel," you can refresh yourself with a variety of hot springs. Please come and visit Nara Prefecture, where both parents and children can have fun! もっとみる

Hotels Famous for Hot Springs

Accommodation in Nara Prefecture is attractive for its ancient capital ambiance and hot springs. In particular, "Kawayu Onsen Gokinosho Hanaya Tokubei," a long-established inn where you can bathe 24 hours a day, offers a peaceful and relaxing hospitality experience. At "Sarusawa Pond Yoshidaya," you can enjoy a private bath while gazing at the quiet lakeside. Nara Prefecture's hotels will add even more enjoyment and color to your trip! もっとみる

Local Cuisine in Nara Prefecture

Nara Prefecture's local cuisine includes a variety of dishes such as kakinoha sushi, which originated from a land without the sea, amago dishes made from the deep mountains, and Miwa somen and Asuka nabe, which have been passed down since ancient times. These dishes feature flavors that highlight the ingredients and allow you to savor the deliciousness woven together with history. When you visit, be sure to give them a try. もっとみる
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