Located in Nara, Yagyu Village's Itto-seki is the source of inspiration for the famous bolder splitting scene in the anime Kimetsu-no-Yaiba.
Overseas visitors to Nara rarely experience much beyond the deer-filled Nara Park but there's so much more to see and explore in the prefecture!
Found to the south of Nara's iconic deer park, the Asuka area was where the polity that become the early Japanese empire first rose to power.
Found in the southern sections of Nara Prefecture, Mt. Yoshino is one of Japan's best spots for viewing the cherry blossoms during spring.