Arima Onsen, Kuromon Ichiba Market, Tōdai-ji & Nara Park fr Osaka

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Join our captivating Japan tour! Experience the ancient Arima Onsen, Osaka's culinary paradise - Kuromon Market, and encounter adorable sika deer in Nara. Explore culture, flavors, and heritage on this unforgettable journey! ● Soak in the rejuvenating natural hot springs at Arima Onsen, known for their healing properties. ● Indulge in a unique shopping experience by exploring a wide range of premium and luxury brands at discounted prices. ● Witness the awe-inspiring sight of the world's largest bronze Buddha statue at Tōdai-ji. ● Interact with the deer and feed them special crackers, creating memorable and heartwarming moments.

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Operated by: S.A. Tour

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Stop At: Arima Onsen

Hot springs are one of the must-dos in Japan's travel list. The representative of Hyogo Prefecture: Arima Onsen is one of the three ancient springs in Japan. Among them, gold and silver soup is famous for the different minerals contained in the soup spring.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Todai-ji Temple

Tōdai-ji was first established in 728 AD during the Nara period as the head temple of all provincial Buddhist temples in Japan. The temple complex has undergone several reconstructions over the years, with the most recent being in 1709 after a fire destroyed the original buildings. The main attraction of Tōdai-ji is the Daibutsu-den (Great Buddha Hall), which houses the world's largest bronze statue of the Buddha. The statue, known as the Daibutsu, is over 16 meters tall and weighs around 500 tons. It was cast in the 8th century and is a marvel of ancient engineering. Apart from the Daibutsu-den, Tōdai-ji also features other notable buildings like the Nigatsu-do Hall, which offers panoramic views of Nara, and the Hokke-do Hall, which houses an impressive collection of Buddhist art.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Nara Park

Nara Park is a public park located in the city of Nara, Japan. It covers an area of about 502 hectares and is home to hundreds of free-roaming deer, which are considered to be sacred and protected by the local government. The park was established in 1880 and is one of the oldest and most famous parks in Japan. It is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, offering a serene natural setting and opportunities to interact with the friendly deer. Apart from the deer, Nara Park is also home to several notable temples and shrines, including Todai-ji Temple, Kasuga-taisha Shrine, and Kofuku-ji Temple. These ancient buildings are significant cultural and historical landmarks and are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kobe Sanda Premium Outlets

Kobe Sanda Premium Outlets is a renowned shopping destination located in Sanda, Hyogo, Japan. Known for its upscale shopping experience, the outlet features a wide array of designer and luxury brands offering their products at discounted prices. With its picturesque architecture and beautiful surroundings, Kobe Sanda Premium Outlets attract both locals and tourists seeking high-quality fashion, accessories, and homeware. The outlet complex provides a relaxed and enjoyable shopping atmosphere, making it a popular choice for those looking to indulge in premium brands while enjoying the scenic surroundings.

Duration: 2 hour
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