・Visit two old capital cities in Japan - Kyoto and Nara- in a day by a comfortable chartered bus
Nara There are a number of World Heritage Sites within walking distance. You can also enjoy feeding wild deer at Nara Park.
Heian Jingu ShrineYou will feel as if you are in the palace of the 9th century.
Gion the most traditional neighbourhood in the city, where, if we are lucky, we might see some elusive geisha
◆◇◆◇◆ Tour Highlights ◆◇◆◇◆ 【１】Todai-ji Temple/Nara park (Including lunch time) ・Enjoy strolling around Nara Park filled with green where are a number of world heritages. ・The park is home to hundreds of freely roaming deer. Enjoy playing with deer! ・One of Japan's most famous and historically significant temples, Todai-ji Temple, is there. ※Admission Fee of 'The Great Buddha Hall of Todai-ji Temple' ：JPY 600 ※Please enjoy your own lunch. 【２】Heian Jingu Shrine ・The shrine was built on 1895, on the occasion of the 1100th anniversary of the capital's foundation in Kyoto. ・The shrine's main buildings are a partial replica of the original Imperial Palace from the Heian Period(8th～12th), built on a somewhat smaller scale than the original. 【３】Gion Area ・Gion is very Kyoto and in the elegant surroundings that still retain some traces of the historic city. ・Narrow stone-paved streets around Hanami-koji or across Shira-kawa River are very attractive for taking pictures. ※It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to walk from the parking lot to the center of Gion. ※You can leave the tour at Gion if you want to stay longer. However, there will be no refund and you are responsible for arranging your own transportation to go back to Osaka. ※If you want to experience wearing a kimono at Gion, please let us know by an e-mail. We will send a request to a kimono shop (not guaranteed).