Nara is located in the Kansai region. The prefecture is famous for having more World Heritage Sites than any other prefecture and the deer. There are many local restaurants, hotels, souvenir shops, things to do, and historic sites.
Although it was annoying during the rainy season, it was also the main period for the bloom of hydrangea! Hydrangeas, also called hydrangeas, have different shades of soil because of the pH value of the soil and are attractive when in bloom. This art...
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Create your own wedding story with the help of destination wedding and engagement photographers from Famarry! Your bridal dreams are sure to come true at a wedding photo shoot in scenic Japan.
At Yoshinoyama the cherry blossoms cover the mountain during cherry blossom season which captures the true essence and beauty of cherry blossoms in Japan. Make your way down the Yoshinoyama and enjoy the beautiful cherry blossoms as far as the eye ca...
The goldfish phone booth fascinates both locals and visitors as it's unique design and concept attracts onlookers from all around Japan. Come have a coffee and a crepe while sitting beside the goldfish phone booth!
Horyuji Temple in Nara is a historically rich temple that was constructed for Prince Shotoku. With many UNESCO World Heritage Sites and artifacts, this is a must visit spot.
Nara has so many things to offer, not only historic temples and shrines, but also cherry blossom spots and hot springs! Make sure Nara is a stop on your list while in Japan.
There are many historic temples all throughout Japan. Every temple enshrines a different deity. Depending on the temple, there are different benefits. Many temples are World Heritage Sites.