At the Kasuga Taisha Shrine in Nara, more than 3,000 lanterns in the precincts are lit up.
The Kasuga Grand Shrine (春日大社), known as Kasuga Taisha in Japanese, is located in Nara Park. Its 3000 lanterns are symbolic of the 3000 Kasuga shrines spread throughout Japan. The Kasuga Grand Shrine Temple achieved UNESCO recognition in 1998.
Traditional performing arts can be enjoyed at this annual festival held since the 12th century.
Nara is a relatively small city that has several options when it comes to deciding on a place to stay. One of these places is Hotel..
Hotel Wellness Asukaji is a typical Japanese BBB (Bed, Bath and Breakfast). This conveniently located hotel just off of Nara Park..
Luxury hotel in the heart of Nara Park, located near Kofukiji and close to Araike lake.
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Half Time Cafe
Nara has a long and rich history, and it shows in the amazing variety of food unique to the area.
Todaiji, also known as the Great Eastern Temple, was originally constructed in 752 at the behest of Emperor Shomu and was designated to be the head of..
Walking along the path that leads to Kasuga Taisha shrine is like walking back in time, to a place where time stood still, where..
Enjoying the candlelit lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine in Nara.