Kasuga Wakamiya On-Matsuri, better known as On-Matsuri, or “Grand Festival” and one of Nara’s biggest festivals, is an almost overwhelmingly rich time-capsule opened once a year every year since its establishme...Read more
The people living in Nara share the city with over a thousand deer who roam freely in its 1200-acre park, in the forests, and even along the shopping and residential streets. They keep the park’s grassy lawns trimmed ...Read more
Fuku-in temple is one of the temples of Nara that represents the very earliest beginnings of Buddhism in Japan, and it attracts devotees of Buddhist sculpture for its main icon, a medieval eight-armed and three-eyed b...Read more
The Naramachi Mishiru (Seeing and Knowing Naramachi) initiative, launched as a means of showcasing the charms of Japan’s traditional townscapes, is halfway through its run till November 12th, and provides what could b...Read more
Given that the storehouse on the grounds of Nara’s Todaiji temple contains around nine thousand objects from which some sixty are selected for the yearly autumnal exhibition at Nara National Museum, it’s not an exagge...Read more
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