Todaiji Temple: The temple has an enormous bronze Buddha image within its Daibutsuden Hall, one of the largest wooden structures in the world.
Nara Park: Walk among the 1,100 or so tame deer roaming about the park. They are considered divine messengers.
Kofukuji Temple: This temple was transferred from Kyoto in 710. It has a five-story pagoda, the second highest in Japan.
Kiyomizu: This architecturally unique temple has a main hall on a steep slope with a wooden platform supported by pillars, from which a panoramic view of Kyoto can be enjoyed.
Kodaiji: Temple commemorates Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a great general in 16th century. It was founded by his widow.
Yasaka Shirne: Well known as the central site for the Gion-Matsuri Festival, held in summer.
Gion District: Gion is one of the famous entertainment and geisha quarters, with traditional restaurants and tea-houses.
Guided Walking Tour; English-speaking guide.
Transportation to and from the departing location; Lunch; Gratuities.
Available: Daily, Departs at 8:30am.
Departs from Kyoto Station.
All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation
Kyoto Kyoto , Kyoto, Japan