Shin Omiya Business Hotel

Address: 2-11-16 Shibatsujicho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 630-8114, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-11-16 Shibatsujicho, Nara, is near Nara Deer Park, Horyuji Temple, Nara National Museum, and Isuien Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Nara

Huge park with loads of deer

A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on May 18, 2015

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... A quick power nap and we head out to a restaurant we saw in the tourist guide which catches our eye, a Sri Lanken curry place where you get four types of curry on you plate at once. Never been to Sri Lanka so I don't know if this is the norm but it was nice, a range of spiciness and textures.

As per the norm we are in fed and out in an hour and we wander through the back streets
having a mooch about. We end up in a cafe bar call Sun Rock Cafe, maximum ...

The Grand Buddha at Nara.

A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 05, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... a dark greenish colour, presumably because polishing that thing must be a total nightmare! The surface area must be immense! By the time you got to one end the part where you started would already be tarnished again. Apparently deer are believed to be messengers of the gods in the Shinto religion (the predominant religion in Japan) and so there seemed to be packs of wild deer roaming every inch of the park surrounding the Daibutsu. Much like for cows in India, it is a crime to kill ...

The Temples and Deer of Nara

A travel blog entry by runes_journey on Mar 31, 2014

9 photos

... her botty when a greedy deer tried to pinch all the biscuits!

The most amazing sight seen today was the Todai-ji's Diabutsu-den Hall. This is actually the largest wooden building in the world. The present structure was rebuilt twice, most recently in 1709 and is two thirds the size of the original! It houses the Daibutsu (Great Buddha) and is one of the largest bronze figures in the world, originally cast in 746. The present statue, recast in the Edo period, stands around 15m ...

I'm singing in the rain!

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 30, 2014

56 photos

... that the crispy tempura is dropped into the soup so that it goes soggy and also that the scraps from the bottom of the tempura pan are also put in the soup so that they look like soft rice crispies. Soggy tempura aside, the homemade noodles which we had in our ramen were doughy and chewy and easily made up for the strange rice crispy bits!

The main sites of Nara are laid out across the far end of town and despite it still being pretty miserable outside we decided ...

Konnichiwa from Osaka

A travel blog entry by aarkventure on Oct 05, 2013

6 comments, 14 photos

Kaz was waiting for us when we arrived at Osaka station. We were very amused by his, 'ha ha its funny you're in Japan' comment. His dad was also there to pick us up and dropped us off at our first site in Osaka, Osaka Castle. The Japanese castle style is absolutely stunning, and it was our first history lesson in feudal history, which has really piqued our interest. I have now used the Kindle voucher from work to download a few books on the subject.

Next we took a boat trip ...