Shin Omiya Business Hotel

2-11-16 Shibatsujicho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 630-8114, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nara

From the Depth of Eternity

A travel blog entry by vandna

Dear Nara,

You are the home of a thousand deer. These deer roam your parks, greeting your visitors with gentle nuzzles and exploring their persons for the presence of edibles, particularly the circular wafers that vendors sell to us on the street.

These deer can be quite persuasive, almost pushy if you let them be and thank goodness they have their antlers groomed. However, they are ...

Ureshii- happy

A travel blog entry by orimono


Leaving Matsuyama early ( early, early) the weather started to change and once I arrived in Nara, it was 30 degrees! On the way to Nara I decided, that I have been enough riding trains and carrying my bags and that I would skip Koyasan for two extra days in Kyoto. The backpacker hostel in Nara is... ... a beauty! An old house with the traditional outlay and a beautiful garden. When the owner explained ...

Nara day trip and Ryokan stay

A travel blog entry by andyandjen


... area was supposed to be known for its geisha houses, but it seemed to us like it was just a bunch of fancy restaurants. We found one that looked nice and had an English menu. Jen had some tempura, I had terayaki chicken, and we shared a vegetable rice bowl. Also a little saki! When we got back to the ryokan, our hostess (can't think of any other politically correct term) had set out our mattress on the floor and turned on the heater for a good night's ...

Day 6: Monkey! Monkey! Monkey!

A travel blog entry by apat


... With the majority of the sea of people heading over the bridge to the little township of Arashiyama, we decided to head up the mountain to the Iwatayama monkey park. A very steep, and uninteresting 25 minute climb later, we arrived at the summit of the mountains. We were wondering whether we'd see any monkeys. Would we see one or two monkeys? Would we be able to get close enough to photograph the monkeys. When we got to the top, our concerns ...

Those little things

A travel blog entry by lilynomad


... chic. Meditating with the persistent click click was a new challenge! My later walk around the park was such a sensory overload, if not watching small children play so happily with their parents or viewing the magnificent variety if trees your olfactory senses are tantalized by the most intoxicating scents of all the blossoms. I have never had such a sense if smell for cherry blossoms before. It was lovely just to be able to sit under a ...


This hotel, located on 2-11-16 Shibatsujicho, Nara, is near Nara Deer Park, Horyuji Temple, Nara National Museum, and Wakakusa Hill.
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