History Museum in Naramachi, Nara
10am - 3:30pm
Allow 30 minutes
Closed: Monday; During Obon; New Year holidays
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Updated 24 April 2020
Originally the home of a senior Kofukuji Temple monk, the residence is an excellently preserved example of the 15th century Shoin architecture.
A small museum showcasing many items related to the history of Naramachi.
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A well preserved traditional townhouse in central Naramachi. Built in 1917 as a tradesman’s house, entering is like stepping back in time to that era.
Established in 1884, Harushika is one of Nara’s best known sakes. Although the brewery itself can only be toured at certain times of the year, the attached store offers affordable sake tasting sets.
A solemn memorial space dedicated to the victims of the atomic bombing.
The main building (Honkan) houses the Japanese Gallery at the TNM. 24 exhibition rooms house sculpture, lacquerware, metalwork, swords, modern art and traditional Ainu and Okinawan culture, spanning from the prehistoric to the Edo era.
A world-class history museum dedicated to the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.