Nara Park / Kofukuji Temple / Nigatsu-do / Todaiji Temple / Kasuga Grand Shrine / Naramachi
Nara (奈良) was in the 8th century the first fixed capital of Japan, under the name of Heijo-kyo (平城 京), as before, according to the Shinto beliefs, death was impure and it was necessary to destroy everything that was related to the Emperor after his death.
Often overshadowed by its more famous neighbor Kyoto, Nara is omitted from many tourist’s itinerary.
However, Nara is home to many important historical sites, such as Todai-ji Temple, the world’s largest wooden structure, with its Daibutsuden (Hall of the Great Buddha), and today preserves its main sights much more attractively than Kyoto within Nara Park and its Sacred Deer and neighborhoods like Naramachi.
Many travelers go to Nara to see the statue of the Great Buddha and the sacred deers, but you not only.
If you have three or four days in Kyoto/Osaka, we also suggest making this day trip.
Rates (group of up to six (6) people)
- 8 hours Private Experience: JPY48.000
- This tour can also be done with private car.
- Hotel pick up.
- Your guide’s transportation and entrances.
- Food and drink costs. Please pay for the guide’s lunch.
- Your transportation and entrances (~JPY3.000/day/pers.)
- In the unplanned event of using taxis instead of public transportation, extra fees may apply.