Hotel Asyl Nara

Address: 1-58 Aburasakacho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 630-8247, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Nara Station area of Nara, is near Nara Deer Park, Nara Park, Kasuga Grand Shrine, and Horyuji Temple.
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      A quick visit to Nara

      A travel blog entry by charlotte.pain on Sep 26, 2014

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      Making the most of my JR rail pass I jumped on the rapid express to Nara for the morning. My first thoughts were how much more chilled out it was than Tokyo & Kyoto (the hoards of school children chasing me shouting 'allo 'allo to practise their English hadn't come yet) Cute deer all around the parks, a gorgeous pagoda and a huge temple later I saw the big Buddha - and he was huge. 15m tall and his hand ...

      Dyed mats and Tacky mats

      A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... intricately scrolled roof and guarded by 30 foot wooden statues of angry shinto gods . The actual temple when you get there is a real whopper (I later found out that this is the largest wooden structure in the world) and still only 2 thirds its original height!! The temple houses a 20 metre high bronze Buddah, which crazily seems in no way out of place inside such a monster structure.

      On the way back I notice (along with a couple of hundred other things) ...

      Thru the Red Gates

      A travel blog entry by pandasphere on Jun 06, 2014

      18 photos

      ... 50 minutes! Sadly, there was no spectacular view of Kyoto and there wasn't anything really special except for more shrines and torii. We were hoping for a giant display to congratulate us on making it there, and some ice cold water perhaps. But oh well, we still made it in record time! Plus all the gates were truly spectacular and I took some pretty cool pictures.
      On our way down we passed a guy running the mountain (good for him!) and a blonde ...

      Temples, city vice and the gay dude

      A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 17, 2014

      13 photos

      ... shops were opened but there was no one in the shops at all. I like that is wasn't packed with tourists but it was a bit erie that there was no one else. I visited a few more temples and also went to a Shinto shrine that was recommended by the information desk. The shrine wasn't much but it was full of love hearts with messages of love. I wasn't sure if it was couples who came to make those (see picture) or if it was singletons wishing for love, either way, I didn't think that was what ...

      The Thousands of Gates (Japan)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 29, 2013

      101 photos

      The miniature shrines and many graveyards scattered over the mountain path make an eerie hike. There are many trails leading in different directions to many shrines. There are thousands of gates I must walk through high upon this mountain.

      The Shinto shrines are places of worship. Sacred objects of worship that represent the Shinto gods, or Kami, are stored in the innermost chamber of the shrine. People visit the shrines in order to pay ...