Isui-en & Neiraku Art Museum
This garden, located next door to Isui-en (to the right as you enter), is a stunner. Originally a residence of the high priest of...
An enormous gate containing two fierce-looking Niō guardians. These recently restored wooden images, carved in the 13th century by the...
Not far from the Daibutsu-den and Nandai-mon, the stately Tōdai-ji Museum displays several priceless Bodhisattva and other temple...
Adjacent to Nara-kōen and across from the Nara National Museum, this convenient collection of a dozen restaurants offers everything from...
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Isui-en & Neiraku Art Museum information
This exquisite, contemplative Meiji-era garden features abundant greenery, ponds and walkways with stepping stones designed for you to observe each one as you walk, to appreciate their individual beauty. For ¥850 you can enjoy a cup of tea on tatami mats overlooking the garden. Admission covers the adjoining Neiraku Art Museum, displaying Chinese and Korean ceramics and bronzes in a quiet setting.