This interesting little gallery holds some worthwhile art and craft exhibitions, ranging from traditional to modern.
This well-preserved merchant's house is an excellent place to observe architectural details: beamed ceilings, old kitchen, tansu stairs...
This temple was transferred here from Kyoto in 710. Although the original temple complex had 175 buildings, fires and destruction as a...
This friendly little cafe/gallery in Naramachi is a great place to break for a cup of joe or tea. Then head upstairs to check out the...
A giant red lantern marks the entrance to this casual, spirited okonomiyaki joint, going strong since the 1960s. There's a seemingly...
16 Kōmyōin-chō · interesting places nearby
This friendly spot in Naramachi, styled like an old storehouse, is just 16 seats around a counter amid dark wood panels and an old beer sign. Indulge in mini-katsu (mini pork cutlets), yakitori (grilled chicken skewers) and oden (fish cake and veggie hot pot). Order Nara's own Kazenomori sake (¥1200), and everyone will think you're a sake sage.