Rui MORITA Travel Consultant
I’m Rui. I was born and raised in Kashihara, central Nara - the very first and most significant capital city in Japanese history. Fortunately, my parents would take me on overseas trips in my childhood so getting into foreign cultures and lifestyles came naturally to me. Travelling outside my own country always makes me realize that there is no one way to live life, and this is one of the biggest reason why I love to travel.
In my college days, I joined a study-abroad program in Sydney, Australia, and did a short-term internship at local travel agent. After graduation, I worked in Japan for a couple of years before moving to Seoul, South Korea. My job there was related to traveling and I especially focused on maintaining and improving the satisfaction of the customer so I will try my best to create a fulfilling plan for you.
Nara has a majestic and mystical atmosphere which words can’t describe. Attracted by many aspects, many even hope to move here. I am so excited to share this beautiful Nara with you. I intend to dig deep into the local landmarks and discover which accommodations and restaurants are most worth visiting.
What is your ideal travel plan? Whether you are looking for travel solutions for you or for your clients, I would be more than happy to assist you!
Autumn, vibrant with the colors of yellow and red, quickly fades away, and Nara city is transitioning into a full-fledged winter where the cold deeply permeates. The quietness prevailing in Kasugayama Primeval Forest ...
Did you know that Tanzan Shrine (談山神社, Tanzan Jinja), founded in 678, in Sakurai city has been, for most of existence, a temple? Originally known as Tonomine (多武峰) Temple, it was converted into a shrine during...
This year, starting from Mt. Omine’s official opening on May 3rd, we have had more guests than usual participate in our exclusive Shugendo training tour compared in comparison to previous years. We have noticed ...
When it comes to a representative local dish of Nara, there is perhaps nothing more fitting than ” kakinoha-zushi,” which is sushi wrapped in persimmon leaves. This was originally a summer festival treat b...
Although most travelers opt to visit the Nara City area, which is filled with impressive sightseeing spots that shouldn’t be missed, the rest of the prefecture has plenty to offer the discerning traveler. Hasedera tem...