Waking up at 6 am and arriving in Nara in one of the most enchanted destinations for the cherry blossoms season. We decided to take a break after feeding the wild deer around town, and then enjoyed an ice cream instead of lunch ;)
This group of the world's boldest deer will also run to nearby farmland and eat crops, which has aroused the dissatisfaction of the affected farmers. They even established a "Nara City Deer Prevention Farmers Organization" and jointly wrote the governor of Nara Prefecture. .
Deer herds chase tourists for food, and even bite tourists! Don't be fooled by their cute faces!
It is estimated that it is difficult for a city to be so close to people and animals as Nara does. Here deer can go shopping and play as they want, and when they are tired, lie down and sleep for a while. When you wake up, there will be various people feeding deer biscuits. Just eat and drink. If you make a deer, you must give birth to Nara.
nara park . october trip , one of the most peaceful places i ever been in my life , walking arohns this place is just amazing . u feel full of serenity and peace , and feeding the deers is awesome , they are just so friendly snd polite , you really must visit . all shot with phone
Nara Park is a vast open park located on the east side of Nara Street. Most of Nara's attractions, including grassy hills, Todaiji, Kasuga Grand Shrine, and the Nara National Museum, can be found gathered around here. Picturesque all year round, the park is home to hundreds of wild sika deer which roam the open meadows.
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