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Imaicho in Kashihara City, which preserves Japan's unique cityscape, It is a very precious place in Japan that has been designated as an important traditional building preservation area. Why don't you experience Japanese culture in a wonderful place where the unique history of Japan is protected? Have a relaxing time to relieve your travel fatigue.
Wearing a kimono is hard and moving is cramped. But that has nurtured “Japanese beauty” and “Japanese heart”. Wear such a traditional and colorful Japanese kimono and leave a beautiful picture of yourself as a wonderful memory of Japan.
, where the spiritual aspect is important, It is a martial art that nurtures the spirit of nature, human reason, social justice, and values the spirit of peace and harmony. This martial art is not intended to defeat the enemy. Instead of competing with the opponent by power, it is not a skill of leaving power, but rather a technique that uses the opponent's power reasonably. The quick and reflexive movement that avoids personal dangers will bounce off the thugs that suddenly attack you, and it will also exert its power for self-protection. Learn the Aikido self-defense technique that can be recommended as a self-defense technique for weak women, and experience a wonderful experience that teaches your spirit and skills to your friends. Why don't you drop your mind, feel confident in your power and feel calm?
Learning calligraphy is a practical hobby of learning aesthetic expressions through letters and beautifying life. By expressing the unique beauty that enriches your heart, you will improve your quality of life. In addition, the work of concentrating and writing letters neatly leads to a training to improve personality. Japanese calligraphy begins with the introduction of Chinese kanji, but it is a precious culture that sublimates Japanese language into aesthetics through letters. Please experience the aesthetic appearance of the characters that have been handed down for many years in a traditional Japanese town.
Igusa tatami craft experience with healing scent taught by tatami craftsmen following the 4th generation
Tatami is unique to Japan, which is rare in the world, and has long been used on the floors of Japanese houses. [Igusa], the raw material for tatami mats, is said to be a plant with healing effects. Especially rush cultivated in Japan is said to have high quality and high healing effect. This effect is a natural material that has been analyzed and evaluated by research institutes and is very popular with modern Japanese people. Made by Japanese skilled craftsmen, the Japanese rushed tatami mats have a pleasant touch and a slightly refreshing fragrance that will heal your heart. A coaster classroom made with tatami mats taught by tatami craftsmen who have been handed down for four generations in Imai-cho, a town that has been protecting traditional Japanese houses for over 500 years. Why do not you try it once! Coasters made by customers can be taken home as souvenirs. Experience the making of Japanese tatami coasters that are unique to the history of Japan and make good memories of Japan.
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What are the best Audio Guides in Nara Prefecture?
The best Audio Guides in Nara Prefecture according to Viator travelers are:
- Have a relaxing time where the five senses are healed.
- Let's take a kimono walk in a traditional town with a 500 year history ~
- Understand the spirit of Japanese martial arts, Aikido, and learn how to protect yourself.
- Calligraphy classroom
- Igusa tatami craft experience with healing scent taught by tatami craftsmen following the 4th generation
What Audio Guides in Nara Prefecture are good for avoiding crowds?
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