Hoki-ji, located in Nara surrounded by rice paddies and cosmos fields, is one of the 7 temples erected by Prince Shotoku, and a part of the World Heritage Site.
Hannya-ji Temple / Nara
Hannya-ji, located to the north of Todai-ji Temple in Nara is famous as cosmos temple. In Autumn, countless beautiful cosmos flowers are in full bloom.
Shoryaku-ji Temple/ Nara
Shoryaku-ji, an ancient temple, located on the Bodaisen mountain in Nara is called as the “Village of Brocade”, to offer an amazing scenery with autumn color.
Tanzan Jinja Shrine/ Nara
Tanzan Jinja, on the hillside, located in the Sakurai mountains in Nara is a shrine well-known for its brilliant autumn colors and bright red buildings.
Yoshino-Jingu Shrine (吉野神宮) / Nara
Yoshino-Jingu, located on Mt. Yoshino, the highest sanctity, a tribute from one emperor to another, to offer a taste of Japanese history and a commanding view.
Kasuga-Taisha Shrine/ Nara
An atmospheric forest path, lined with hundreds of stone lanterns takes you to Nara’s most famous and impressive shrine, Kasuga-taisha in the east of Nara Park.
Ono-ji Temple (大野寺) / Nara
The Ono-ji Temple Cliff-Carved Buddha stands before the water’s edge. The temple is also known for its two 300-year-old weeping cherry trees blooming in spring,
Saidai-ji Temple (西大寺) / Nara
Saidai-ji Temple, a high status, a large temple complex, is located on the western side of Heijo Palace. The temple is one of the 7 great temples in Nara.
Asuka-dera Temple (飛鳥寺) / Nara
Asuka-dera Temple was founded in 596, about 60 years after the introduction of Buddhism to Japan. The Temple has high historic value in the Nara area.
Nyoirin-ji Temple (如意輪寺) / Nara, Yoshino
Nyoirin-ji Temple, a quiet temple in Mt. Yoshino has the tomb of Godaigo emperor, tells us the fleeing nature of this life.
Omiwa Jinja Shrine (大神神社) / Nara
Omiwa shrine in Sakurai city of Nara is the oldest shrine of Japan. It worship Mt. Miwa where the god lives through a extreamly rare triple torii gate.
Ofusa Kannon Temple (おふさ観音) / Nara
Ofusa Kannon Temple is located in Kashihara, Nara. This small temple treats you with a wide variety of roses, and other varieties of flowers throughout year.