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Price:1000 JPY(all houses); 500 JPY one house; Kinza 500 JPY
Art House Project is a collection of houses, workshops, a temple, and a shrine that have been converted into art installations where one can see work of artists from all over the world. The Project is located in Honmura, a small town on Naoshima Island. There is the Honmura Lounge which serves as an information center for the Art House Project.
The Chureito Pagoda is a part of Arakura Sengen Shrine complex situated on the hill from where one can enjoy the most the beautiful view on Mount Fuji. The pagoda has five flors and it is very popular among people who love nature combined with culture.
Mount Fuji is one of the symbols of Japan and the image of Mount Fuji with its white top is world-wide known. Even though the view on Mount Fuji is spectacular enough many people decide to climb at the summit.
Address:1 Zōshi-chō, Nara-shi, Nara-ken
Todaiji Temple complex is one of the most known Buddhist temples in Japan. The temple was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the largest wooden building in the world and it is also famous for the largest bronze Buddha statue.
Price:600 Yen; Garden 200 Y
Osaka Castle is one of the most important castles built in the 16th century on the grounds of the former Honganji Temple. This castle was the largest castle at the time of its construction. It was destroyed in the 17th century and soon rebuilt.
If you are a person that enjoys hiking and meanwhile you like nature and cultural heritage then hiking on Kamakura trails is something not to be missed. The trails can be divided into three parts; the Western, Northern, and Eastern Hills. The walk on the western hills takes about 60-90 minutes and connects the public park, Jochiji Temple, and the Great Buddha (Daibutsu).
Enoshima is a small island connected with the bridge to the mainland. Because of many attractions located here, Enoshima attracts numerous visitors every year. The island has beautiful beaches and excellent restaurants offering local food.
Address:1-1 Yoyogi - Kamizono - cho
Meiji Jingu is a Shinto shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shaken. The shrine has spacious grounds with walking paths. The original building was erected in 1926 but it was destroyed during the World War II. The new building was fiished in 1958. The shrine and its grounds cover 700,000 square meters. There are two major areas of the shrine territory: Naien and Gaien.