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    Nara City is the old capital city of Japan and the birthplace of Japanese Buddhism because of which a lot of Buddhist temple was built and many of them are now well conserved as World Heritage.

    Using the Charter Bus and Limousine service, you can continue your trip to these historical places after your Osaka City visit without the trouble of changing your hotel.

    Tour route is flexible and can be arranged upon request.

    Recommended spots:

    • Todai Temple – The head temple shrine among 68 Buddhism temples in Japan. It has a long history of over 1,200 years and its Buddha Hall is the largest wooden agricultural masterpiece in the world.
    • Nara Park – You can see groups of deer playing in the park. They are protected as National Conservation animal owed to its connection with the legend of white deer. There are attractive landscapes throughout the year.
    • Kasuga Taisha – A world heritage shrine in Nara Park against the backdrop of Kasuga Mountain. It was constructed by Mr Fujiwara, a nobility member, in order to offer sacrifice to the Guardian deity of the city and people.
    • Yakushi Temple – Constructed by Emperor Tenmu in the late 7th century for the recovery of the emperor’s sick wife. There are a lot of visitors from all over the world every year.

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