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This is just a small museum and entrance fee is required. However there is a nice coffee shop, washroooms and souvenir shop inside for visitors use free of charge. You can take a coffee break here after a day's trip in the nearby spots.
Entrance to the museum is required. However there are a few pieces displayed outside the venue. Toilet facilities and a cafe are located inside for visitors use. If you have time, it is worth to enter and learn more of the history and development around...More
Todaiji Temple in Nara Prefecture has probably the biggest statue of Lord Buddha in all over Japan. The temple was once the biggest temple that was made up of wood but due to the earthquakes , later it did not remain as the biggest wooden...More
The museum was a major let down following the Todaiji Temple. The exhibition was very small with only a few artefacts on display. No photos were allowed to be taken either. Would not recommend visiting the museum but definitely recommend visiting the Temple itself.
500 yen for the entrance to temple only, 300 yen more for entrance to the nearby museum.
The audio guide at the museum cost about 500 yen, and the artefacts dating back to 7th century in the (quite small) museum do not have English explanation.
i was in this temple 20 or more times. but my last time before this was many years ago. now not easy to park,but sure i was happy to be here again. i remember my little daughter we drove all the way from miyazaki.