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A bridge and pavilion over the Sagi-ike pond in Nara.
Nara National Museum
Nara National Museum displays an important collection of Buddhist sculptures and images that belong to temples and shrines in the area. *Note: The original olde
The Nara Park is a large park located in the centre of this old capital of Japan. Established in 1880. It is where many of Nara’s historical sites are located,
Yume-Kaze Plaza is a collection of restaurants, cafes and shops located right across from the Nara National Museum's new wing.
Cafe i-lunga is a popular Italian cafe with outdoor seating located within Yume-Kaze Hiroba right across from the Nara National Museum.
Himuro Jinja Shrine
Himuro Jinja is a Shinto shrine located right across the street from the Nara National Museum.
Hotel Wellness Asukaji
Just 300 metres from Nara Park, Hotel Wellness Asukaji offers spacious rooms with a private bathroom and flat-screen TV. A public bath and Japanese restaurant w
Naramachi Hostel & Restaurant
Built in 1856, Naramachi Hostel & Restaurant boasts a history of 160 years and has recently been renovated in 2016. Featuring free Wi-Fi and a restaurant, Naram
The century old Nara Hotel features classic Japanese architecture and elegant rooms with free wired internet. Located on Nara Park’s beautiful hills, it overloo
Just a 5-minute walk from Nara Park and a 10-minute walk from Isuien Garden, Hotel Pagoda offers free WiFi access in public areas and has rooms with an LCD TV.
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