walk with a local Guide

Let us take you on a tour to Ancient Japan.
With us, you will see the beauty of our history, our culture, and ingenuity of our ancestors.

Experience Nara, the first capital of Japan with NaraWalk!

NaraWalk started in 2009 in Nara. Our value is “to make your day with us the best day in Japan!”

All our guides are nationally licensed professionals from Nara, Kyoto, Osaka, and Kobe. From the major tourist attractions to a rural village, from taxi tours to walking tours, we are ready and happy to be a part of your Japan Trip!

WINTER SEASON NOTICE

From December 1st to the end of February our popular Nara Park Classic Tour needs RESERVATION! A private tour fee applies. From March 1st we offer the tour on a non-reservation basis again. In any case and in whichever the season, we love to welcome you to Nara!

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New Tour From March 2020

Be a Potter in Rural Nara!

There are places that locals know but are not visited by foreign tourists. Muro is one such area. It takes longer to get here than tourist populated destinations, but still we wish if you could be here! <LEARN MORE>

POTTERY LESSON

This tour comes with a pottery lesson at a local potter’s private studio.

Painting plan 1000 yen~, pottery plan 1500 yen ~.

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Private tours

Enjoy Nara at your own pace!

Customize a tour just for your family or group.

Whether to make a tour easier for grandparents or to make the most of the time available, private tour is here to meet your needs.

We have also worked with schools taking our tour as a part of an academic curriculum or as an excursion.

 

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Going to Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Himeji, or even Hiroshima?

NaraWalk goes beyond Nara!

We offer private tours to Nara’s neighboring cities, and to cities good for a day trip from Kansai region such as Hiroshima.

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090-9708-0036
090-8126-1849

Most Popular Tour

See through the eyes of a local guide!

“Nara Park Classic Tour”

All-time-favorite tour covering World Heritage Sites to popular Deer Park!  Enjoy must-sees of Nara through the eyes of our local guides! <READ MORE>

¥3,000/per

10 a.m. ~ 1 p.m.

No need to book

Highly rated on TripAdvisor, and introduced in a travel guidebook Lonely Planet.

GROUP Walking Tours

Afternoon Old Town Stroll

Visit traditional townhouses, taste rice syrup, drink sake etc. – see how people live and lived in the small old town Naramachi. Good to go on after Nara Park Classic Tour.  <READ MORE>

¥2,000/per

2:30p.m.~4:30p.m.

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Toshodaiji/Yakushiji Half-Day

Forget the bustle of everyday life and soak yourself in the 8th-century religious world. Visit less touristy and quiet area. <READ MORE>

¥6,000/per

1:30 p.m. ~ 4:30 p.m.

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Horyuji Todaiji One-day Tour

Be amazed by the world’s oldest and biggest wooden structures! Highly recommended for architecture lovers! <READ MORE>

¥10,000/per

10 a.m. ~ 4:30 p.m.

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Half-Day Horyuji Tour

Walk around a group of the 7th-century original structures. Historical, educational and marvelous! <READ MORE>

¥6,000/per

10 a.m. ~ 1:30 p.m.

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français: Promenade Classique à Nara

Voulez-vous faire une visite guidée en français au cœur de Nara avec un guide agréé ? <Lisez la suite>

¥4 000/per

10 a.m. ~ 1 p.m.

Contactez-nous

All group walking tours are available for private tours!

Book these tours private for your family, group, or school excursion.

Private tour fee applies.

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Why tour with Nara Walk

Expert Guides

We are National government licensed guide interpreters with charming personalities!

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Satisfy Curiosity

History to folktales or even about funny habits of deer in Nara, we tailor our talks to fit your curiosity. We can also be quiet!

Fun and Efficient

We take care of finding ways or thinking about train schedule etc. Guests focus on having fun!
“Amazing tour of Nara”
“Our guide was wonderful!”
“Nara was the Highlight of our Entire Japan Trip” TripAdvisor Reviews - Certificate of Excellence 2016-2018

Nara Walk appears on a travel guidebook Lonely Planet.