Last modified on 22 November 2014, at 23:25

奈良市

Nara is a city in Nara Prefecture in the Kansai region on the island of Honshu in Japan. It was the capital of Japan from 710 to 740, and from 745 to 784.

This article is for media related to the city of Nara. The article Nara Prefecture has additional media related to places within the prefecture but outside the city.

Buddhist templesEdit

Temples in Nara

Akishinodera / 秋篠寺Edit

Akishinodera

Enjoji / 円成寺Edit

Enjoji

Gangouji / 元興寺Edit

Gangouji is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nara.

Kofukuji / 興福寺Edit

Kofukuji is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nara.

Todaiji / 東大寺Edit

Todaiji is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nara.

Toshodaiji / 唐招提寺Edit

Toshodaiji is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nara.

Yakushiji / 薬師寺Edit

Yakushiji is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nara.

Ryosen-ji / 霊山寺Edit

Ryosen-ji

Shinto shrinesEdit

Kasuga-taisha / 春日大社Edit

Kasuga-taisha is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nara.

Palaces, gardens, parks, and other traditional cultureEdit

Heijokyu-seki / 平城宮跡Edit

Heijokyu-seki is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nara.

Nara Park / 奈良公園Edit

Nara Park

Isuien / 依水園Edit

Isuien

Museums / 博物館Edit

Nara National Museum / 奈良国立博物館Edit

Nara National Museum

Other views / その他Edit

Naramachi / ならまちEdit

Naramachi