STAFF INTRODUCTION

Kana HAYASHI Travel Consultant

Hello there! My name is Kana. As a Kyoto native, growing up right near the iconic Tō-ji Temple, I had the privilege of having historical landmarks as my playground since childhood. During my university years, I had the amazing opportunity of studying abroad in the United Kingdom, and during the summer and winter breaks, I traveled extensively throughout Europe. The rich history of Europe left me captivated, leading me to pursue a career as a tour operator specializing in the Middle East and Europe after graduation.

As I've grown older, I've come to deeply appreciate the incredible blessing of being born and raised in Kyoto. Amidst the bustling city life, passing through the gates of temples and shrines feels like entering a different world—a world of tranquility and serene beauty that I adore. It has become my hobby and lifelong passion to seek out the unique flowers and landscapes that each season brings, creating unforgettable memories.

Nara, with its peaceful atmosphere, abundant nature, and friendly deer that can be found throughout Nara, offers a serene escape even more tranquil than Kyoto. In Nara, time and air flow at a leisurely pace, allowing you to immerse yourself deeply in the essence of Japan and forget the daily hustle and bustle. It would bring me great joy to be a part of creating unforgettable memories for you and helping you experience the true essence of Nara.
I look forward to showcasing the seasonal delights of Nara and introducing you to its hidden gems.
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Latest Blog

Isonokami Jingu Shrine

Isonokami Jingu Shrine is one of the oldest extant shrines in Japan, said to have been founded in 4 AD. You will find it in Tenri city at one end of Japan’s oldest road: The Yamanobe-no-Michi. Isonokami Jingu Shrine w...

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Yamanobe-no-Michi trail Passes

The Yamanobe-no-Michi Trail pass is part of the oldest road in Japan and is mentioned in the Kojiki and Nihonshoki, the two oldest books – written in the 7th and 8th century – that record the history of Ja...

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Japan’s oldest shrine – Tamaki Shrine – which can only be reached by being called by the gods

  Tamaki Shrine, located in the village of Totsukawa, almost at the summit of Mount Tamaki, is the oldest shrine in Japan. The shrine, which is 1,076 metres above sea level, was founded in 37 B.C. In 2004, this s...

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Temple lodgings at Mount Shigi

The whole mountain is a sanctuary, and like Mont Saint-Michel in France, once you step inside the area, you are in a different world. After getting out of the car, the temple lodgings is located at the end of a cobble...

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Oku-senbon “Saigyoan” in YOSHINO

  I extend my warmest greetings and a touch of nostalgia as I share a collection of moments from Yoshino, captured a bit earlier than intended. While the vibrant peak of autumn has gracefully faded away, I invite...

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