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Nishinokyo District

Nishinokyo-cho, Nara 630-8042, Nara Prefecture
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静かで心が和みます

If you get off at Kintetsu Railway 'Nishinokyou Station', you will easily find Yakushiji Temple... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2017
SaoShio
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Otsu, Japan
Nice little craft shop complex across from Kintetsu Train station

This train stop is very convenient for visiting the two world heritage temple complexes nearby and... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2017
Cal_Travel_Lover
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San Francisco, California
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27 Oct 2017
“静かで心が和みます”
27 May 2017
“Nice little craft shop complex across from Kintetsu Train station”
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Nishinokyo-cho, Nara 630-8042, Nara Prefecture
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Reviewed 27 October 2017

If you get off at Kintetsu Railway 'Nishinokyou Station', you will easily find Yakushiji Temple, and Tosyodaiji Temple. Tosyodaiji Temple was built by the Chinese Priest Ganjin in the 8th century. Kondo, the main hall has been preserved since Nara Period. You can see the...More

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Reviewed 27 May 2017

This train stop is very convenient for visiting the two world heritage temple complexes nearby and enjoyed a stroll through the craft shop complex indicated on the Nara tourist map. We had a nice lunch in town.

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Reviewed 7 May 2017

Nice place to walk around. Picked up some nice sake and rice sold by local vendors. Many nice little restaurants and shops to see as well as nice local buildings and culture

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