Family Lodge Hatagoya Narahariten

2411-3 Tsugeshiraishi-cho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 632-0221, Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $81.00

Travel Blogs from Nara

Nara: Ancient Capital of Japan

A travel blog entry by chiapoe


... our fill of temples, and quite frankly, simply being stunned by the sight of the mammoth Daibatsu-den structure, we walked through town and the Higashimuki Shopping Market, which is a covered arcade that we have noticed is very common in Osaka/Nara/Kyoto (and perhaps other parts of Kira, western Honshu). It was here that I took a photo with the weird mascot of Nara - a mini-Buddha with deer ...

From the Depth of Eternity

A travel blog entry by vandna

... cast even more looming shadows, He creates a more powerful impression than if his body shone bright. I learned that this lighting technique was intentional on the part of the architectural masters of the 11th century.

The Buddha was flanked by his two usual cpmpanions, Kannon and another one whose name I forget (but whose forgiveness I seek). There were also two giant statues of militant ...


A travel blog entry by ditchthecube


... time than the Amtrak.

The train we were on had a see-thru cab so I was able to watch the conductor drive us along the mountainous route. It was amazing watching him go through a 15 point checklist every time he stopped. As expected, he was very exacting.

At Nara Station, we put our bags into a $4 locker and walked in the direction of the park, stopping for some McDonald's energy along the way. The park itself is ...

I am fawned of Nara.

A travel blog entry by markmegan


... After Kofuku-ji we hopped back on a train for Kyoto. Nara is about half way between Osaka and Kyoto.. We didn't realize that we had hopped on the wrong train until our arrival back in Kyoto. Thankfully we were able to grab a high speed train back to Osaka and still make our flight to Tokyo.

However we had no time in Tokyo, got to the hostel at midnight. Slept until quarter to six and then went to catch a plane to Beijing.


A travel blog entry by steveandtam


We found that the sword shop the wanted to visit was only 200m from our hotel! We went there first up and admired all of their wares including samurai swords, knives, authentic edo period sword guards and much much more. The authentic swords were starting at $4000 each so I quickly pushed Steve out of that room and back downstairs to the beautiful steel swords. We took ages to choose one, just then the shop owner pulled one ...


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