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Free historical tour of modern Nara
Hello travelers / traveling friends! I am Masa, guru of Nara. Originally from Japan, I have been in Mexico for a year and Brazil for 7 years. I have visited Spain, Argentina, Paraguay... I am a happy and fun person, I am always looking for something new and interesting. I am very interested in meeting people and sharing experiences. I know Latin America and the Iberian countries. So now, I want to show a little bit of Japan to Spanish and Portuguese speakers. For Spanish speakers, welcome to Nara, the ancient city of Japan! Brazilian years, we will be visiting Nara, the ancient city of Japan!
Hello travelers / traveling friends! I welcome you to Nara. Sejam bem-vindos!
Nara is one of the oldest cities in Japan and the country's first capital was located here. It is an extreme point of the Silk Road that linked Europe since the 2nd century BC. C. until the middle of the 15th century.
You will have the opportunity to visit ancient Buddhist and Shinto temples here . You can also meet the deer that are considered servants of God .
What are we going to visit?
- Nara Park
- Kasuga Temple
- Nigatsudo Temple
- Todaiji Temple (Big Buddha)
- Kofukuji Temple (optional)
- Naramachi neighborhood (optional)
Brazilian friends ! If you want to be friends with those SEEN in Japan , don't miss this city!!!
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:Nara Station, 1 Sanjōhonmachi, Nara, ...Nara Station, 1 Sanjōhonmachi, Nara, 630-8122, Japan
Meeting point is in front of Seven Eleven at JR Nara Station. It is then found when you exit the Station ticket machine, on the SAME FLOOR on the left. EYE! At JR Nara Station there are two Seven Elevens, upstairs and downstairs. The meeting point is from ABOVE.
1Entrance not includedKasuga-taisha (Visita opcional)
It is the central Shinto temple of approximately 1,000 Kasuga shrines across the country.
2Outside visitMizuya Chaya (Punto final del tour)
Es un café de una casa tradicional de paja.
3Outside visitMount Wakakusa
It is also called Mount Mikasa-yama, because it looks like three hats placed one on top of the other. Its height is 342 meters.
4Free admissionNigatsudo (Pabellón del segundo mes)
The name of this pavilion, Nigatsu-dō, means Pavilion of the second month. The Shuni-e ceremony is held here in the second month of the lunar calendar. In 1667 it was destroyed by fire in the middle of one of these Shuni-e ceremonies. The current building is a reconstruction of 1669.
5Entrance not includedTōdai-ji
The Great Buddha Pavilion is the main pavilion of the Tōdai-ji. Built for the first time in the Nara Period (8th century), it was destroyed twice by fire during military conflicts, in 1180 and in 1567. The current structure is a reconstruction of 1709. Its height and its depth of depth preserve the original size, making it the largest wooden construction in the world. Dimensions: Width 57m; Length 50m; Height 48m
6Free admissionNandai mon (Gran Puerta Sul)
The South Gate is the main Gate of the Tōdai-ji. The original Gate, erected during the Nara Period, was blown down by a typhoon in the Heian Period. The current construction is of the Kamakura Period (late 12th century). The Gate is built in a double-roof style, although the lower one is roofless. Its height is 25 meters above the stone base on which it stands. The South Gate is the largest entrance to a temple in Japan.
7Entrance not includedKōfuku-ji
Kofuku-ji was considered one of the seven most influential temples in the Nara era (710-784). The construction was built in the same year as the start of the Capital of Nara.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).