E35***77park is free entrance! and it is massive! I am into jr Nara which I had read was not near to the park however when you get off the train there are signs to the bus stop outside. the bus is a loop system with fixed price. there are 1300 deer in the park- photo opportunities everywhere. well worth a visit and easy by public transport.
GLS***66Not to be confused with Todai-ji, this temple looks fairly similar although it is located on the outskirts of the city. This area was once considered central to Nara and played a significant role in the city's history. Many buildings possess National Treasures and are photogenic. There are far less people here than other temples in Nara which is also a plus.
GLS***66Kofukuji used to be the Fujiwara family temple, the most powerful family during the Nara and Heian Periods. This temple was built the same time that Nara become the country's capital in 710. At the time, it was made up of over 150 buildings, but now only a few remain. The most important is the five story pagoda. This is the second largest in Japan and a symbol of Nara that shouldn't be missed.
Tiramisu8511Nara is a city suitable for strolling around on foot. It is a bit old. In the old town area of Nara Town, Japanese-style machiyas have been preserved. The only thing I don't understand is that it is old and deep at 6 o'clock in the evening, and the shops are freshly opened and there are fresh people and cars. I encounter a pedestrian street in Nara Town, and the small shops are very distinctive; the crane machine in the high-speed service area, can you add it to the small one? Interesting