The tourist spot that I will introduce today is Nara Craft Museam in Nara. It is along Naramachiodori street.
Nara is described as being at the eastern end of the Silk Road.
Since ancient times, it has flourished as the birthplace of Japanese culture and traditional crafts.
There is Nara Craft Museum in Nara.
Nara's craft, lacquerware, ittobori(a work of art created by carving with a single knife), Akahada-Yaki pottery, Nara Fude(Writing Brushes)&Nara Sumi(India Ink), Nara Sarashi(Bleached Cotton), deer horn work are exhibited.
Admission is free.
When I went there was not always crowded.
[ Approximate Latitude and Longitude of tourist spots etc. ]
On Google Maps, you can examine the location by latitude and longitude.
The following latitudes and longitudes are not officially announced, they are what I examined.
So they may be wrong.
(1)Nara Craft Museum: N34.67865 E135.82823
(November 30, 2017)