Naramachi Westside of Gango-ji ②
Further south area of west side of Gango-ji Yoshida Kacho - mosquito nets shop Yoshida ...
Gango-ji Temple ②
Gango-ji Temple Futo refers to Buddha, "den" refers to Rice field Buddhist images and stupa are lined up like a rice field in this place.
Naramachi Goryo Shrine
Naramachi Goryo Shrine: God of national security, prosperity of family business Goryo Belief, The Guardian Dog with the strings to wish to stop
Gango-ji Temple, In the heart of Naramachi is Gangoji Temple, Japan’s oldest Buddhist temple, East Gate(Higashimon) Gokuraku-do (Mandara-do) Old auditorium cornerstone & Exhibition Hall
Naramachi Westside of Gango-ji temple
Naramachi, The Street at Westside of Gango-ji temple, Machiya-styled Houses, Shops are along the street, Guesthouse, Sword shop, Cloth, Japanese Sandal, etc.
You can see the old Machiya style merchant house, which is opened to public for free, named as "NIGIWAI-NO-IE".
Naramachi Museum The sites where original Gangoji Temple was built. Shomen-Kongo known as Koshin-san - Migawari-zaru - Red cloth monkey dolls
Naramachi Karakuri Toy Museum & Chintakureifu Shrine
Japanese classic Machiya style house. It is free admission, and Kids and Adults can enjoy the Edo era 17th century Karakuri Toys and the atmosphere of Meiji era Machiya style house.
Kintetsu Nara Station
Kintetsu Nara Station, West exit, You find the The Monk "Gyoki", Water fountain, and Higashimuki Shopping Street runs north and south.
Tobihino Mt. Mikasa Ukimido
Tobihino, Mt. Mikasa, Ukimido Dosuimon, Yuugayamaenchi,Hotel FuFu Nara