Yado Hanaya Tokubei

217 Dorogawa, Tenkawa-mura, Yoshino-gun, Nara Prefecture, Kinki, 638-0431, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located in the Dorogawa Onsen area of Tenkawa-mura.
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Mt. Koya

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 02, 2014

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... each year. It is said that Kukai went into a cave to meditate and move into eternity near the end of his life on earth, and is still living (eternally) in this cave today. When pilgrims come to visit the temple that was built around the cave he “lives” in, they spend much more reverence and worship time at the entrance to his cave, than they do in front of the buddha statue/altar. The temple built to revere him is called Kobodaishi ...

Day 10 - Nara & Kyoto

A travel blog entry by marsha.amy on Sep 24, 2012

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... make the most
hilarious noise – they're like squeaky toys!!

Our first stop was at Kofuku-ji Temple, which has one of the
world’s oldest five storied pagodas. Then after a quick stop at a very helpful
tourist information desk, we made our way to Todai-ji Temple. This temple houses the world’s largest bronze
Buddha, clocking in at 53ft. The statue
was cast in 752 – it’s amazing ...

OMG! Deer Attack!

A travel blog entry by acampen on Sep 13, 2012

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... with some the largest statues I have ever seen. I don't know if it was worth the deer attack but well worth the trip out to Nara.
Daily food note: Learned the difference between shabu-shabu and sukiyaki today. Had shadu-shadu for dinner and felt like were at the Japanese Melting Pot (minus the cheese). If anyone like cooking their own food, its a great experience, otherwise, might just want to get a ...

Day 418: too much for one title

A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 13, 2012

... to go to Nara, a temple town with the same name as the Swiss mountain I spent all of my childhood holidays on. My new friend decided to join me, but unfortunately school holidays have started and in addition today is some religious holiday and it is impossible to find two accommodation for both of us in the village nor here in Kyoto. One bed for me in Nara and one for her here is the outcome of about an hour on the phone and the internet. So the ...

Big Buddha

A travel blog entry by ofraza on Jun 06, 2012

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Today, as I had planned, I went to Nara. The train I took was just a regular one, so the scenery didn't fly past as it did on the way to Kyoto. I actually got to see the landscape! The ride was only 35 minutes, even with a few stops. I got to Nara and just hopped in a cab and asked the driver to take me to Todaiji, one of the large temples that borders Nara Park. Nara Park is quite special in that there are hundreds of freely roaming deer that go wherever humans ...