When visiting Japan, if you have any intention of using public transit at all, get a Passmo card! This card can be loaded with money and used to take metro, buses, and can even be used in many arcades and at some vending machines. In a country that has a largely cash based economy, this card will keep you from carrying too much change.
What the Passmo card is best for is taking the trains around Tokyo. You could show up at the station, plan your stops and figure out which trains you need, enter this into the ticket machine and break a bill or count change to purchase a ticket, or you could scan your Passmo to get to your platform and scan it again when you leave. The Passmo is also much faster and may make the difference of catching your next train or not. While the Passmo card is convenient, it also is often cheaper than purchasing tickets.
Trust me, the Passmo card takes a lot of stress out of using the public transit in Tokyo which can already be a bit intimidating as you are pushed into a crowded car.
Todaiji Temple with the giant Buddha statue, pet the deers in the park, Kasuga Taisha Shrine and its thousand lanterns, visit the Kikuichi traditional Japanese knife shop With a guide who will keep you safe and will show you the city in a very unique way, welcome to Nara with the family bike tour.
After we meet at our bike location, we take off as a group to our first stop called "Yoshikien", a garden gathering 3 styles Japanese gardens in a unique location; a way to enjoy and rediscover the place at every season. Then, we stop by "Nandaimon gate" to admire the Buddhism style building and walk around the place, petting and feeding the deers.