Nara Tour ~Another Ancient Capital~
Nara, a historic city that was once the capital of Japan, has a history older than Kyoto.
It is a tourist city filled with a variety of attractions, including buildings that are national treasures and important cultural properties, beautiful nature, and a townscape that harmonizes with ancient romance.
First, we will experience ``Karakuri'' in a real ninja house at the ``Iga-ryu Ninja Museum'' located on the grounds of ``Iga Ueno Castle.''
For lunch, enjoy the flavor of Iga beef at Kanaya, a famous sukiyaki restaurant nearby.
In the afternoon, you will visit Todaiji, the largest Buddhist temple in Japan, and see the Great Buddha, which is also one of the largest in Japan.
The Great Buddha Hall is one of the largest wooden structures in the world.
Finally, we will head to Uji, Kyoto, to Byodo-in Temple, which is also featured on the Japanese 10 yen coin.
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- Minimum number of participants: 1
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※Twins and families are also available
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Harley-Davidson Nightster Special（P-6）
Harley-Davidson Street Glide（P-7）
Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic（P-7）
HONDA Gold Wing（P-7）
You can tour the ninja's karakuri mansion, and depending on the schedule, you can also watch ninja demonstrations.
Speaking of Nara, Todaiji Temple. Todaiji was registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in December 1998 as part of the cultural properties of ancient Nara. Take a closer look at the 15m Great Buddha!
Byodo-in Temple is one of the constituent properties of the UNESCO World Heritage "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto" registered in 1994. It has been featured on the 10-yen coin since 1953.