Nara is one of Japan's greatest historical and cultural cities, and was the capital of Japan from 710 to 784 A.D. It was modelled after Chang'an (Xian), which was the capital city of Tang China. It is also where the Todaiji Buddhist temple is located, which is the world's largest wooden building, holding the world's largest gilded bronze Buddha statue.

This category is for sites on Nara Prefecture, Japan.

Websites submitted here must be Nara related and in English. Sites in Japanese should be submitted to the appropriate World/Japanese subcategory.

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Asuka Historical Museum
A virtual museum of Nara City. Displays several works and remains from the 6th and 7th centuries.
Earth Harmony
Information on Japanese jazz pianist world peace tour in Ikoma, with schedule.
Nara National Museum
Includes visitor's information, exhibitions, events, collection database, map and nearby attractions. [Multiple languages]
Photo album: Japan: Kyoto and Nara, August 1997
Includes photo collection on Kyoto and Nara.
TownNet - Nara
TownNet directories of Nara. General information, travel, regions, events, shopping, and business.
Photo album: Japan: Kyoto and Nara, August 1997
Includes photo collection on Kyoto and Nara.
Nara National Museum
Includes visitor's information, exhibitions, events, collection database, map and nearby attractions. [Multiple languages]
TownNet - Nara
TownNet directories of Nara. General information, travel, regions, events, shopping, and business.
Earth Harmony
Information on Japanese jazz pianist world peace tour in Ikoma, with schedule.
Asuka Historical Museum
A virtual museum of Nara City. Displays several works and remains from the 6th and 7th centuries.

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