Horyuji (法隆寺) is the oldest temple located in Nara prefecture and was established in the Asuka Period over 1,300 years ago. In December of 1993, Hōryūji was considered the first monument in Japan to be registered as part of World Cultural Heritage.
Daiki Suisan Kaiten Sushi
Shinkun’s Place is a small but interesting restaurant with a twist that is popular with anyone wanting to see some dramatic co..
Mr Q is located on the ground floor of a bar that is located within a Showa era (1925-1989) arcade containing snack bars, ramen..
Ikaruga-cho is a town in Nara Prefecture. It’s most famous for Horyuji Temple, home of the world’s oldest wooden buildings.
Nara Prefectural Folk Park & Museum
For the cherry blossom season, the site of Koriyama Castle explodes into gentle pink beauty for Oshiro Matsuri, or the Castle Festival...