Nara Morning Tour - Child

$47.00
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Todaiji Temple Budda Image, Nara

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Instructions

  • Please read the Terms and Conditions before proceeding to the reservation.
  • You can book less than 10 participants. We require the name of the person representing the group.
  • Please enter the selected tour dates. We will not be able to confirm a tour date that starts within 14 days or starts 6 months after the time of order. If you place an order within those dates, we will automatically cancel your order.
  • Children under 6 years old may participate for free, but will not be provided seats or meal services.
  • For orders of more than 10 participants, we would need to check for availability first, please kindly contact us at support@ntaamerica.com

Cancellation Charges

  • 8 or more days prior to the date: No charge.
  • 7 days to 2 days prior to the tour date: 10% of the tour fare.
  • 1 day prior to the tour date: 20% of the tour fare.
  • Prior to the starting time of the tour: 50% of the tour fare.
  • On or after the tour date: 100% of the tour fare.

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Overview

Enjoy a visit to Todaiji Temple, and see their Buddha hall with one of the largest wooden structures in the world. At Nara Park 1,100 deer will welcome you.

Basic Information

  • Daily (Except for Jan 1 - 3, Dec 30-31, 2019)
  • Start 08:30 to Approx. 13:00
  • 4.5km walking
  • English speaking guide service is included
  • Pick-up service is not available
  • Tour operated for minimum of 1 person

Highlight

Assemble at the Nippon Travel Agency office in Kyoto Station
Round trip by Kintetsu Express Train to Nara, the Imperial capital of Japan in the 8th century.

#Tour Highlight
1
Todaiji Temple
  • The temple has an enormous bronze Buddha statue within its Daibutusden Hall, one of the largest wooden structures in the world.
2
Nara Park (Deer Park)
  • Walk among the 1,100 or so tame deer roaming about the park
  • They are considered divine messengers
3
Kofukuji Temple
  • This temple was transferred from Kyoto in 710.
  • It has a five-story pagoda, the second highest in Japan

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