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Shika no fune (鹿の舟)

Complex Facility / Commercial Facility

Shika no fune is a facility situated in Inoue Town, Nara City, made up of Mayu, a tourism information center for south Nara; Kamado, a restaurant and grocery store, and Saezuri, a tea room and gallery. Ikebana and tea ceremony workshops, etc. are also held at the tourist information center, and in the reading room visitors can browse up to about 800 books. The restaurant serves set meals of rice cooked with firewood in a Japanese traditional oven, and they sell all sorts of food which goes well with rice. The tea room offers sweets, snacks, drinks, and a meal menu offering things like pasta, etc.

place

Nara Pref. Narashi Inouechou 11 (NaraArea)

phone 0742943500
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Depending on the facility

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Details

Address
Nara Pref. Narashi Inouechou 11 [map]
Area
NaraArea
Phone
0742943500
Hours
Depending on the facility
Closed
[Kama] 1st/3Tuesday, Every weekWednesday
[Tit] Wednesday
[cocoon] open everyday
Parking Lot
Not available
*Coin parking (20 spaces) is adjacent
Credit Card
Available
VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, DinersClub, Discover Card, Rakuten Card)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

          There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.
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          With a reputation almost as stellar as that of Kyoto, Nara is a must-visit for those searching for the remains of "traditional Japan." The largely green Nara city holds the majority of the prefecture’s treasures, such as the iconic Todai-ji Temple, in which a 15-meter tall Great Buddha sits, and Nara Park, where deer flock to befriend passersby. While mountains are by no means hard to come by in this area, for hiking with a reward, head to the Kii Mountains’ Yoshino district in spring, when the hillsides put on an impressive display of white and pink cherry blossoms.