Things to do in Nara City.


Nara City is the prefectural office location of Nara Prefecture.


The capital changed from Fujiwara Kyo of Kashihara City to Heijo Kyo of Nara City in 710.
And the Nara era began.
After that, Nara City was a capital of Japan until 784 when the capital of Nagaoka Kyo (Kyoto City, Nagaokakyo city, Muko City) changed.


There are many old temples such as Todaiji, Yakushiji and Kohfukuji, many visitors from Japan and overseas visit.


It is "persimmon leaves sushi" famous as a specialty of Nara.
There are many kinds of sushi. Persimmon leaf sushi is sushi wrapped in persimmon leaves of sushi.


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Things to do in Nara City

Todaiji Temple Nara Park

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Todaiji is a temple built in the 8th century.Todaiji has a famous "Great Buddha".The current Daibutsu-den is a building built in 1709.


Nara Park is a popular spot for sightseeing in Nara, with many world heritage sites and national treasures.




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IntroductionTodaiji Temple (“Œ‘厛:Todai-ji) is a temple of Kegonshu-Daihonzan, which is registered as a World Heritage Site.A temple that Emperor Shomu built in the Nara period, has "Great Buddha".It is...

IntroductionNara Park (“Þ—ÇŒö‰€:Nara-koen) is a city park in Nara City, which is a scenic spot of the country. It opened in 1880.Inside the area commonly referred to as Nara Park, there are Todaiji Temple...

IntroductionKasugataisha Shrine (t“ú‘åŽÐ:Kasuga-taisha) is a shrine registered as a World Heritage Site.It is the total headquarters of Kasuga Shrine which has about 1000 places throughout the country.It...

IntroductionGangoji Temple (Œ³‹»Ž›:Gango-ji) is a temple registered as a World Heritage “Þ—ÇŽs“®‰æƒ`ƒƒƒ“ƒlƒ‹Access¡Related Web site [Japanese]by GAN...

IntroductionYakushiji Temple (–òŽtŽ›:Yakushi-ji) is a temple registered as a World Heritage “Þ—ÇŽs“®‰æƒ`ƒƒƒ“ƒlƒ‹Access¡Related Web site [Japanese]by Yakushiji TempleSearchUnr...

IntroductionToshodaiji Temple (“‚µ’ñŽ›:Toshodai-ji) is a World Heritage listed “Þ—ÇŽs“®‰æƒ`ƒƒƒ“ƒlƒ‹Access¡Related Web site [Japanese]by Toshodai...

IntroductionKohfukuji Temple (‹»•ŸŽ›:Kohfuku-ji) is the main temple of Hosso-shu sect and is registered as a World Heritage Site.A temple related to Fujiwara No Kamatari (Nakatomi No Kamatari) and Fujiwa...

IntroductionNara National Museum (“ޗǍ‘—§”Ž•¨ŠÙ:Nara Kokuritsu Hakubutsu-kan) is a museum located in Nara Park that collects and exhibits mainly Buddhist art.Access¡Related Web sitehttps://www.narahaku.go.j...

IntroductionHeijo Palace Ruins (•½é‹{Õ:Heijo-kyu ato) is a World Heritage “Þ—ÇŽs“®‰æƒ`ƒƒƒ“ƒlƒ‹Access¡Related Web site [Japanese]by Nara PrefectureSearchUnrelat...

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