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Osaka,Kyoto & Nara / 5~8 days

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Tokyo & vicinity
Osaka,Kyoto & Nara
•1~4 days
•5~8 days
Option - Hiroshima

Sightseeing in Nara
(Todaiji Temple, Horyuji Temple, etc)

Todaiji Temple
Todaiji Temple
Great Buddha
Great Buddha
Horyuji Temple
Horyuji Temple
Nara thrived between 710-794 as both the center of politics and Buddhist culture, and is even older than Kyoto.
Todaiji Temple was built in 728. The temple has many excellent pagods. Daibutsuden is the biggest wooden architecture in the world. A World Heritage site.


The Buddha in Daibutsuden in Todaiji is the biggest gold-gilded copper-made pagod in the world. The construction of the Buddha started in 745 and was completed in 752. It was burned later on by a fire and reconstructed in 1690.

Kondo, a main building of Horyuji temple, is said to have been completed in 607. It is the oldest wooden architecture in the world. There are many national treasures in the temple such as architectural structures like Gojyu-no-to, Yumedono and Daikodo and pagods. Inscribed on the World Heritage list.


Experience Kyoto, School Relation
(Handicraft center, Tea ceremony, etc)

Nishijin
Nishijin Textiles
Tea Ceremony
Tea Ceremony
Kyoto Handicraft
Kyoto Handicraft
Nishijin district of the center of Kyoto started to develop about 1200 years ago. Various kinds of products are produced in this district such as Obi, Kimono, fabrics for clothes and decorative textiles for interiors. The textiles produced here are famous world wide as artistic top-quality textiles.

The ceremony became popular about 400 years ago and is known world wide as what represents Japanese spirit. Tearoom, tea bowl and other instruments are important, however the most important things in tea ceremony is the manner and sprit.

You can deepen your understanding of the culture by experiencing for yourself making various traditional handicraft of Kyoto.


Free day
(shopping and dining)

Kyoto Cuisine
Kyoto Cuisine
Cup Noodle
Cup Noodle
Japanese Fan
Japanese Fan
  You can learn the history, transition and production process of Cup Noodle, which is eaten by many people around the world today, You can taste it too.

 

Free until the flight time