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Saiko-ji Temple

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Saiko-ji Temple

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3-3-28 Tatsuta, Ikaruga-cho, Ikoma-gun 636-0152 Nara Prefecture
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KawachikatakamiRailway80 min
ShigisannguchiRailway90 min
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Private Tour - A Cycling Tour to Visit the Oldest World Heritage in Japan!
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Private Tour - A Cycling Tour to Visit the Oldest World Heritage in Japan!

How about visiting the oldest five-storied pagoda in the world and world heritage, Horyuji Temple with your otomo guide? <br><br>Horyuji Temple has brought the dawn of Japanese Buddhism and is the oldest world heritage in Japan. There are many historical Buddhist image and structures that will make you excited and overwhelmed! The five-storied pagoda there is the oldest one in the world, but its quake-proof technique of the structure is the same as used in TOKYO SKYTREE!<br><br> You will also visit an ancient tomb, a unique temple, the countryside with fields and rice fields, and a café peculiar to a historical city!<br><br> Don’t forget to book your tour to visit the oldest world heritage in Japan!
$134.03 per adult
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