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 ;)
What do you think of when you talk about Nara?
Is Nara Michi, or Nara Deer Pill? Hahaha will actually think of it as a deer~~ Once you arrive at Nara Station, take a taxi and go straight to Dongda Temple. Be careful of the signs that the deer are haunting along the way. Buy a few biscuits here and you can take away a group of deer! But be careful too - these cute little animals will eat the paper in your hand.
In addition to going to the temple to see the deer, there are cherry blossoms in the spring. Many places have cherry blossoms. Although it has already passed through the blooming period, there are some little cherry blossoms that bloom late in the evening. With the background of the temple, this is Japan. When you wander in Nara Park, you must not miss the matcha ice cream. When you pass by, many Japanese middle school students eat there, so they bought it when they returned. Try, the taste of tea is very strong and it is delicious. Tempura near the station, even if it is two o'clock in the afternoon, it took ten minutes to eat. Its hot.
Nara Park, when you see the deer in the forest, hh/ If you come to Nara, you can only go to a place, then you must recommend Nara Park, and the cherry blossoms will never let down your imagination of spring. Nara is dominated by Yae Sakura and Nine Sakura. Nara Park has 1,700 cherry trees. Walking along with the deer in the cherry blossoms, it is a wonderful place to go anywhere.
In Nara, you can "read a lot of deer" in one day, which deer can only be friendly and can be separated according to the face. The deer in Nara Park is obviously much more docile than the Kasuga Taisha. With enough deer Xianbei to go deep into the park's woods, and the deer have turned around and squatted back to the ground to play games, it is really not too much for a long time. Although they are given the title of the messenger of God, they are still purely those who have the needs of the first level. The deer are everywhere in Nara, and here they can really feel what it means to be in harmony with nature.
[Harmony photo with Luhan is not completely north]
Luxianbei can buy more, especially if there is no deer Xianbei on the grassy hill. We bought 6 copies directly and did not know 8 copies, 150 yen / share.
Find a cute deer, feed the limited deer Xianbei to it, remember to smash it and feed it. Other deer Xianbei remember to hide in the bag, don't let the other deer next to it have a chance. Then the photographer captures in the distance, which guarantees a high rate of filming.
There is also an upgraded version of the shooting method, suitable for a group of deer. It is to use a deer fairy to introduce a group of deer to the position you want to shoot, just like the blame in the game copy. Then take a few pieces of deer Xianbei and smash it around you, leaving the group of deer for a while, and take a deer cake in his hand to find a deer to feed. This trick is what I did in the three-fold wedding photography team in Wakayama. I am learning and using it now. Of course, this trick requires a certain psychological quality, especially when surrounded by a large group of deer, it is still not recommended to do so at Kasuga Taisha and Todaiji.
If the deer fairy is fed, you can raise your hands and spread your palms, indicating that there is no more; yes, it is similar to the posture of surrender. Seeing this position, the snobbish deer under the mountain will leave at a speed.
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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