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Activate JR Rail pass- Day 4 KYOTO [ Departure track No.8 ] 6 AM - JR Nara Line Local for NARA- 7.20 AM JR Nara Line: Y690, 45 minutes by express (kaisoku), 70 minutes by local (futsu), departs from JR Kyoto Station in Kyoto and arrives at JR Nara Station in Nara You’ll most likely start this itinerary at Kintetsu Nara or JR Nara Stations....
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