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Nara Old Town

Posted in Places by tokyobling on October 26, 2014

Just about two years ago I spent some time in Nara Old Town, in Nara Prefecture in Western Japan, Kansai. Walking around in the quite back streets of Nara’s older parts is a perfect way to spend a quiet evening and get some exercise as well. I especially love the different style of roofs in older Japanese towns, and one of my favorite types of buildings are the Sento, or public bath houses. The last two photos are of one bath house I passed in Nara Old Town.

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  1. lucyinthesky said, on October 26, 2014 at 2:35 pm

    Reblogged this on Lucy in the sky. Too poor to afford diamonds. and commented:
    Beautiful photos of a less traveled to area of Japan that everyone should see. I fell in love with Nara when I was there, glad to see other people did as well!

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  2. versalias said, on October 27, 2014 at 12:15 am

    Reblogged this on versalias and commented:
    After spending a lot of time in Japan this summer I’m always interested in learning and seeing more about the county. This post shows great pictures from Nara Prefecture that are definitely worth checking out! Japan is such an interesting country with a never ending supply of things to see and appreciate.

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