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I entered this arcade shopping street by taking a small lane down from the Kofuku-ji Temple. The street is like so many others that can be found all over Japan with some nice looking restaurants, souvenir shops, cafes and general stores as well as street...More
A covered arcade in Nara, which is well worth the visit. There's a Daiso hundred yen shop here that is jam packed with bargains you never knew you needed. Good place for rice paper and origami paper, etc.
The shopping street was not included in our itinerary that day. All of us were focused on the sites inside Nara park. The deer, gardens, temples, museums and everything else. It's only on the way back to the train station that we received a message...More
This covered shopping arcade close to Nara Park. You can find all kinds of arts and craft shops, stores selling clothes and accessories both modern and traditional, and souvenir shops selling tea, rice crackers, stuffed deer toys, and traditional confectionery. Many of the shops are...More
I am sure that if you ask a Japanese friend that they will easily source an inflatable Japanese deer on the internet as inflatables are used as advertising by many shops in Tokyo. Check out you tube videos of Nara Park to... More
I am sure that if you ask a Japanese friend that they will easily source an inflatable Japanese deer on the internet as inflatables are used as advertising by many shops in Tokyo. Check out you tube videos of Nara Park to see them bow. Actually that may be the starting point of an internet search