Introduction Japan, a land of ancient traditions and modern marvels, is a treasure trove of natural wonders to explore. From majestic mountains to dense forests and mesmerizing oceans, this enchanting country offers diverse landscapes that will leave you in awe. In this blog post, we will take you on a virtual journey through the natural… Read More The Natural Wonders of Japan: A Journey Through Mountains, Forests, and Oceans
Nara is an excellent day trip destination from neighboring towns such as Kyoto and Osaka. When you see our list of the best activities in Nara, you can remain for a few days and explore this heritage city that was once Japan’s capital.Nara is not a tiny city, but its narrow alleys, wide open green… Read More 10 Things to do in Nara – Day trip itinerary
Nara is a city in the prefecture of the same name in south-central Japan. It’s larger than you might think, and its dense forest makes it feel even more remote. In the past, Nara was an important site for producing sacred texts. Today, it’s most famous for its resident population of wild Asian red deer… Read More The Top 5 Places in Nara Japan
I promised you I would share my mistakes and travel tips and tricks, so let’s start. If you have your own opinion, that’s very good. I would really want to hear it in the comments. 1. Remember that the Deer Are Wild Animals The most crucial point to remember is that the deer in… Read More 5 Tips On How To get out of The Nara with good memories and without bite marks.
The oldest shika senbei maker in the city gives us an inside look and a fresh-cooked taste. Nara has several temples, shrines, and statues of historical significance, but arguably the biggest draw to the city is its herds of deer which freely roam its central park and streets. Though they’re wild animals, the deer are […]… Read More Reblog: This Nara workshop has been making deer crackers for more than 100 years
Todaiji (東大寺, Tōdaiji, “Great Eastern Temple”) is one of Japan’s most famous and historically significant temples and a landmark of Nara. The temple was constructed in 752. As the head temple of all provincial Buddhist temples of Japan and grew so powerful that the capital was moved from Nara to Nagaoka in 784 to lower… Read More Todaiji Temple 東大寺
Yakushi-ji Temple Yakushiji (薬師寺) constructed by Emperor Tenmu in the late 7th century for the recovery of the emperor’s sick wife. One of Japan’s oldest temples, Yakushiji has a strictly symmetric layout, with the main hall and lecture hall standing on a central axis, flanked by two Pagodas. The main hall was rebuilt in the… Read More Nara -gathering point for important shrines and temples Vol.3
Nara National Museum Built in 1895, the National Museum is the city’s most famous museum and houses numerous significant works of art. The most famous one of the Nara period of the 8th century. Permanent collection includes several galleries dedicated to archaeological finds. As well as beautiful exhibitions of sculpture, paintings, and calligraphy. I would… Read More Nara Vol 2.
Let’s start with the most popular one and the nevertheless than with the most significant wooden structures in the world. 1-Todaiji Temple Most mentioned and most photographed place in Nara, located in the heart of the city. Park is home to history, culture, and nature. Highlights include watching the park’s roe deer wander the woods… Read More Nara Vol. 1.