- 0.1 Nara-Osaka 1-Day tour!Nara Park, Deer, Todaiji temple, Great Buddha , Goshuin( red ink stamp), Lunch, Osaka castle train , Castle tower,Samurai costume, Doutonbori street, Hozenji temple, Dinner !!
- 0.2 Nara Park
- 0.3 Deer
- 0.4 Todaiji Temple
- 0.5 The Great Buddha
- 0.6 The nostril’s hole of the Great Buddha
- 0.7 Goshuin( red ink stamp)
- 0.8 Lunch
- 0.9 Osaka Castle Train
- 0.10 Osaka Castle tower
- 0.11 Samurai Photo
- 0.12 Dotonbori
- 0.13 Hozenji Temple
- 0.14 Dinner
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Nara-Osaka 1-Day tour!
Nara Park, Deer, Todaiji temple, Great Buddha , Goshuin( red ink stamp), Lunch, Osaka castle train , Castle tower,Samurai costume, Doutonbori street, Hozenji temple, Dinner !!
Hi I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 26 countries!
I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 10 years.
For the people who are interested in and planning trip to Japan ,
I show you hidden local information which you have never seen and heard of through books and ordinary site!
You will find unexpected fun through my articles!
We did a one day tour to Nara-Osaka!
The itinerary is as follows.
It was established as a city park in 1880.
It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Japan with many national treasures and world heritage sites.
These are Kofukuji Temple, Todaiji Temple, Kasuga Taisha Shrine, and Nara National Museum.
Deer are the messengers of the Kasuga Taisha Shrine.
About 1,200 deer greeted us.
They are friendly and bow to ask for deer clacker.
Founded in 733, Todaiji Temple is the world’s largest wooden structure, 46.7 m high.
Although the current building is 5/8 the size of the original, it is still synonymous with gigantic things in Japan.
The Great Buddha
The world’s largest bronze statue, 14.7 meters high.
The statue is said to be located at the center of the world in the Kegon sect of Buddhism and symbolizes the macrocosm itself.
The nostril’s hole of the Great Buddha
In the Daibutsuden (Great Buddha Hall), there is a pillar with a hole the same size as the nostril of the Great Buddha.
It is said that if one passes through this hole, he or she will be free from illness and get good health.
Moreover their wishes will come true.
Goshuin( red ink stamp)
Goshuin is the red ink stamp of shrines and temples.
It’s a common hobby for Japanese collecting red ink stamps on stamp book.
They all have different designs for each shines and temples.
This temple’s one is beautiful hand written!
We had udon lunch at the restaurant at the entrance of Todaiji Temple.
Osaka Castle Train
We moved to Osaka by car.
We took a train at the entrance of Osaka Castle to near the castle tower.
We enjoyed the moat and the greenery of the trees.
Osaka Castle tower
We climbed up to the Osaka Castle tower.
You can walk up the tower, but we took the elevator.
The tower is 54.8 m high and offers a 360-degree view of the surrounding area.
On the 2nd floor of Osaka Castle, there is a service where you can have your picture taken in a samurai costume.
He looks very strong as samurai!
The busiest shopping street in Japan.
Signs for foodstuffs such as crab, puffer fish, and beef line the streets.
One street inside from Dotonbori, you will enter the quiet Hozenji Yokocho( alley).
The water-hanging Fudo Buddha statue here is always covered with moss as worshippers pour water on it.
We took dinner at a local restaurant nearby.
How about it?
Why don’t you try it next time?
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together !!!