Charm of places
Tenri City- Road around the mountain
From the foot of Mt.Miwa to the north so as to sew the mountain foot, it is the road which continues to the foot of Mt.Kasuga, It is said to be the oldest main road in Japan that appears in old Japanese history. It is also a hiking cource, and on the roadside it is a way to enjoy while feeling the ancient romance of the seasons such as cherry blossoms and persimmon fields as well as scattered monuments and ancient tombs.
Nara City- Nara Park
Nobori-oji-cho/Takabatake-cho/Kasugano-cho/Zoushi-cho, Nara city
About 1,200 deer inhabits in Nara Park. Todaiji Temple, Kofukuji Temple, Kasuga Taisha shrine they are wrapped in a valuable historical cultural heritage , and natural beauty surrounding these harmonize. Nara Park, where people and wildlife coexist, is a historic park that is a symbol of ancient capital Nara.
Gojo City- Gojo Shin-machi
Gojo City is located in the Midwest part of Nara Prefecture, it is a small city adjacent to Osaka Prefecture and Wakayama Prefecture. In the Edo period, the Gojo Shin-machi area has prospered. The townscape that existed in the four centuries from the beginning of the Edo Period until the early Showa era was still left and quietly carved the time.
Higashi-Yoshino Village- Nana Taki Ya Tsubo
Oaza Omata,Higashi-Yoshino Village,Yoshino-gun,Nara pref.
It is a Waterfall selected as "100 famous water selection of Heisei" by the Ministry of the Environment in 2008. It is a collective term of the seven waterfalls flows to the "Omatagawa river". "Mt.Isetsujiyama" of mountain range of Daiko is the source of water.It is rich water, It is shaping a beautiful landscape. The area surrounded by artificial forest of Yoshino cedar is one of Japan's three largest artificial beauty forests, Many animals such as capricornis crispus of country's natural monument is living.
Totsukawa Village- Autumn leaves
Oaza Sugise,Totsukawa Village
It is a autumn leaves picture of the Kannogawa river where we took "INORI" in.
Kashihara City- A miracle city, Imai-cho
Imai-cho is the last "Japanese town" left in Japan.There are 500 traditional townhouse miraculously remaining, and still thousand people live in. There are few tourists, and when walking in a town Feeling like where samurai will come out,you'll feel like you returned to the Middle Ages.