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Modern house with tatami space 54㎡,Carparking,WifiWalking distance from JR Nara station(4mins), Kintetsu Nara station(7mins) . Brand new guest house with all the amenities.You can use private the second floor.There are one bed room,living room,kitchen,big size bathroom and toilet.Tatami space is in the living room. This hotel is licensed as a hotel business. Newly built room on the second floor of a house.4 min walk from JR Nara Station. It's a top-ranking guest house filled with host attention, including a single board table, seally wide double bed, and lacquered Japanese-style utensils.There is a futon in the tatami mat space. We'll also show you some of Japan's cultural experiences.Enjoy your holiday in Nara with grace. How about a walk to World Heritage Nara Park? Perfect for couples, families, friends.
B&B MATSUKAZE[Japanese-style house]Our house has stood for 150 years.It's Japanese traditional house. There are 2 bedrooms(Tatami-room) and 1 living room, bathroom, shower toilet, all of the room for only you. *Children is free of charge if you don't need a bed(Futon) and break fast. Only bed room has air conditioner. And all of the room have electric fan and fan heater . I highly recommend "Kintetsu Rail Pass". It provides five consecutive days of unlimited use of trains on the network of Kintetsu Railways.
Japanese Modern Style NARA Second House #202 40㎡The NARA second house is a modern renovated three-storey apartment building with a western-style exterior that allows guests to relax and unwind in the ancient capital Nara in an interior that emphasizes Japanese Japanese style. 8 min walk to JR Nara station and 1 min walk to bus stop. Each famous sightseeing spot in Nara can be reached within 10 minutes by bus. Please use it as if it were your own home rather than a hotel or inn. I would appreciate it if you could use it as a second house in the ancient city of Nara. Enjoy your time in the World Heritage-enclosed land of Nara!