This is a place to sense time.
Located within the historical grounds of Nara Park,
with its majestic towering temples, tutelary deer, and air of the divine,
our Nara resort uses the power of the land to invigorate and vitalize both body and mind.
Each FUFU is unique.
Experience the charm of Nara at FUFU, a hotel filled with stories and memories.
Lantern lights, historical ambiance, exquisitely harmonious Nara resort.
Welcome to FUFU Nara.
The handwork of Nara artisans is peppered throughout the hotel. Yoshino cedar wood, vases and pottery made from Nara clay, handcrafted hemp tapestries and iron artefacts. Experience the meticulous crafts of Nara passed down over generations for yourself.
The enormous tree that once grew in this land has returned to FUFU Nara in a beautiful form. The lobby counter, the BAR entrance, the art tables in guestrooms, and elsewhere, it takes root within this space.
Rooted in beautiful history and culture, Nara reveals new charms each season you visit.
Cherry blossoms and autumn leaves, rare treasures, traditional temple ceremonies, crafts, and Japanese sweets.
Reflect on history as you appreciate the art adorning the hotel.
We are committed to bringing our guests organic, highly moisturizing facial and body care with a pleasant scent.
Presenting Japanese amenity brand YOKOU, with its original ink fragrance.
Fragrances linger in the memory and bring back memories from the journey.
Dining at Fufu brings hospitality through dishes made from local produce and characteristics of this region.
Discover wholesome ingredients and healing plants in Nara, the birthplace of Japanese medicine.
Indulge in kaiseki ryori (traditional course dining) or teppanyaki unique to Nara.
Lunch and afternoon tea services at Tekisui are also opened to the public.
Staying in Nara, the ancient capital of Japan and a World Heritage Site, lets you take your time to explore the city and its culture. Savor the awe of encountering new landscapes that express the length of Nara’s history and the grandeur of its nature with tours of the temples and hikes through the primeval forests.