Business Hotel Shindai

Address: 1-52-1 Nijo-cho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 630-8002, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-52-1 Nijo-cho, Nara, is near Nara Deer Park, Horyuji Temple, Isuien Garden, and Nara National Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Nara

More deer and cocktails

A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on May 18, 2015

... when we get there. The first one is closing as we get there (some places a only stay open until 9) so the choice is made and we go into the other one.

We ask for some wine, there has not been a huge choice in any of the places we've eaten in so when we ask what type it is the waiter scurries away to look. French is his reply. Well that narrows it down doesn't it. I asked if I could see the bottle, he brought back the wine already
decanted. It ...


A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on Apr 03, 2015

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... a nice deer mural on the wall and some great origami figures on the wall – we even got a free origami gift as we left!

On the way back, we went past a tea shop that made the whole street smell of green tea before heading into the local supermarket and shopping arcade where they had massive 5 litre bottles of sake for around 20!

Near the hotel, there was a Pachinko parlour ...

Leaving India, Shinto, & Building a Bigger Buddha

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 03, 2015

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... If you can wriggle through it, the tradition goes, you will instantly achieve enlightenment. It is not a wide hole, and a young man of perhaps 18 was contorting himself as he tried to pass through it as a crowd watched, hooted, and cheered, skeptically. When he made it there was much hilarity all around.

It was a good introduction to Japan, and tomorrow we are going to tour the Imperial Palace in Kyoto and the Kamigamo Shrine. But tonight I will sleep ...


A travel blog entry by joca92 on Nov 03, 2014

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... was because they knew it would get them food, but it was still great to watch and interact with them. As well as the deer the park had many shrines surviving from its past grandeur, including kasuga shrine with its 3000 lanterns and kofoku ji's pagoda. But the main temple was the enormous todai-ji, which is the biggest wooden structure in the world and it's not surprising. It is without doubt the standout temple I ...

Sacred Messengers

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 31, 2014

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... here. I encounter mounds covered in illuminated balloons which people will float away their worries with. Then the real reason I have come. The lanterns. Set out in front of the audience hall hundreds and hundreds of lanterns with peoples wishes and dreams. Endless rows of hopes.

After a rather late night I drag myself from bed to get to Horyuji. This is the birthplace of Buddhism in Japan and no trip to Nara would ...