Sightseeing in Nara, Kyoto and Osaka
Nara is an ancient capital of Japan (710--794 AD) and has a number of national important properties, shrines, temples, and so on, including 8 properties of the World Heritage. Nara Women's University is very close to Nara Park, where you can see several vary famous temples, five-storied pagoda, very big Buddha Statue, and deers moving freely in the park. Nara city provides voluntary free guides for group tourists. We are planning a group tour for accompanying persons.

Sightseeing in Nara
Kyoto is a world famous and the most famous sightseeing town in Japan. More than one thousand year Kyoto was the capitol of Japan, so it contains so many sightseeing spots, including 17 properties of the World Heritage. Kyoto is close to Nara: one-hour from central Nara by train.

Sightseeing in Kyoto

Osaka is the second biggest town in Japan. It is a business town and not a sightseeing town, but you can enjoy Osaka Castle, USJ (Universal Studio in Japan), and so on. Osaka is close to Nara: 40 minutes from central Nara by train.

Sightseeing in Osaka

World Exhibition of Earth, near Nagoya
You can enjoy "World Exhibition of Earth" if you have several free days. The exhibition is held near Nagoya. To go to Nagoya, first go to Kyoto by train and take a Shin-Kan-Sen train (super-express train), then you will be in Nagoya after 40 minutes.