Spring club is a shrine in Nara City, Nara Park, Japan. It is also a very worthwhile tourist attraction in Nara. Especially in autumn, it is beautiful and beautiful. More importantly, because the local attractions are too scattered, basically the tour groups will not come here, let alone choose this route, so it is very comfortable and freehand brushwork. Along this road, you can see a lot of "stone lampposts", some even covered with moss, feeling very chronological. There are also many large and small shrines, and there are even fatter deer. It feels like the fawn here is more "fat and beautiful" and more intimate than Nara Park. Generally speaking, there are not many tourists here, the scenery is more beautiful than Nara Park, and it is very mysterious and very sensible.
Spring club is far away from Nara Park. It's about 1 kilometer long. It's surrounded by woods and scattered with all kinds of deer. Nara's characteristic is the deer in Nara Park. It's really interesting. You can buy deer fairy shells to feed. There are many stone lighthouses outside the Spring Club. There are also many lanterns inside. It feels very good.
[Spring Club] Opening time: April-September 6:00-18:00, after entering the field of Spring Club, the colour in front of us becomes more brilliant. From simple and natural green and wood to leaping orange-red. In the afternoon, we visited the Spring Club. Nara's Spring Club is the headquarters of Japan's Spring Club for more than a thousand years. It needs to cross a deep path to get there. There are large and small stone lanterns standing on both sides. Walking into the shrine, the vermilion Corridor around this hall and the green jungle at the foot of the spring hill are shining. Under the corridor eaves hang a row of scattered copper lanterns, which are quiet and elegant. The most striking thing is the 10,000 lanterns, the dim bronze and ashes in sharp contrast to the dazzling temples. There are 1,000 chandeliers and 2,000 stone lanterns. They are all used for praying. We found that the Spring Commune is divided into many areas. We walked to the side. There are many old-fashioned thatched huts. We need to go up a little. There are many rooms to live in. There are also many deer in the shade. Unfortunately, these deer have been fed and have no interest in my deer pie. Light food is also provided in the hut. You can try it next time. Crossing this hut, you can see a lake far away, and you don't know whether it's artificial or natural. Many people are rowing cherry trees there. I also paced past. _Approached the original so beautiful. Hold a handful of cherry blossoms and come to a magnificent Cherry Blossom rain bar. Japanese locals take their puppies to take pictures and go on to the left. There are famous stone lanterns. Here's another story: there are actually two deer. The deer above was fed and photographed. The deer below was pulling at the tourists'clothes and no one fed it. So we can see the importance of the city entrance. _See the warriors imitate the scene of ancient shooting, the more people, the deer are also there_as long as they are given food, any way, feel at will_This deer still has a sense of lens_Crossing the stone road guarded by the deer, came to a large cherry blossom tree in the front of the spring club, provoked a lot of cameras, queuing for photos is very polite_most attractive. What people pay attention to is the 10,000 lanterns, the dim bronze and ashes in contrast to the dazzling temples. There are 1,000 chandeliers and 2,000 stone lanterns. They are all used for praying. There are still tickets to buy in the hall. We did not go in. We went around the back and continued to visit the old roof. The clear cherry petals left a deep impression on our trip to Nara today.
Spring Shrine (Spring Shrine) is a shrine in Nara Park, Nara City, Nara County, formerly known as Spring Shrine. Founded in Hetong two years (710). The builder is Fujihara. The shrine built for the patron saint of the Fujiwara family, who was in power at that time, was also famous for its vines. The gods worshipped in the community include Wu Weng's life, Jingjin's life, Tian Erwu's life and Bi Se's life. The official sacrificial day of the shrine is March 13 (spring sacrifice). Although built to worship the gods, the Spring Club has a totally different style from the ancestral temples or temples. It seems less depressing and depressed, more harmony between heaven, earth, gods and people, and more freedom from noise, impetuosity and calm the mind in the solemn sacredness.
On the way from Nara Park to Spring Commune, there were small woods, and indeed there were fawns everywhere. Only when you see grass cakes in your hand will you follow suit. Young deer are more obedient, and adult deer will bite your clothes and let you turn to it for food. Uh huh. That's how hegemonic it is. In fact, there are also candles on both sides of the road. When it really arrives, there is still a little fear of "dare not speak loudly".
Several scenic spots in Nara are linked together. The Spring Club is also near the park. When we enter the park, travelers are scattered all the way. There is no main road. We are also looking for the road signs and maps to position ourselves. When we see where the scenery is good, we stay for a while. When we have a good grasp of the general direction, we will not deviate from it. Sometimes we will encounter those who are looking for food. Sika deer, here you can relax, feel Nara's quiet and deep, spiritual energy and vitality, and play Nara for a day is enough to
Spring Club Kasuga Grand Shrine Spring Club, as an ancient relic of Nara, is also included in the World Heritage Site. The vermilion-red halls and bird houses, the towering green forests and the lively deer constitute the tranquil and leisurely natural atmosphere of the Spring Commune. On both sides of the road leading to the shrine, there are many large and small stone lanterns, which were donated by good men and women. These stone lanterns are covered with moss, with traces of history, full of Zen. Legend has it that the seat of the great God of the shrine is deer. People regard the deer on the mountain as the messenger of the God and cherish the deer. The green vegetation on the mountain is also forbidden to be cut down in spring, so that we can see this green natural landscape. The paintings of horses in the Spring Club are also very distinctive. They are all deer-shaped paintings of horses. They can paint deer faces by themselves, which is very interesting.
The Spring Age Club is a shrine belonging to Japan, a local sect of Japan, and also a Spring Age Club. The Spring Age Club in other parts of the country is a branch, which belongs to the forest zone, so the trees are very strong and lush. The road is the way people walk. The deer seems very conscious here. They hide behind the stone lanterns in the woods and stay there. They are said to be the messengers of God. There are thousands of lanterns here, and the roads are full on both sides. Every year in late February, there will be a thousand lanterns party. I was ready when I went, but unfortunately I couldn't take part in the trip.
Spring Club is a shrine in Nara Park, formerly known as Spring Club. It has a history of more than 1,300 years. The world cultural heritage should be a place to worship Spring Daming God. At the same time, many gods should be worshipped, including Wu Weng, Tian Er Wu, Jin Jing and so on. The building structure of Spring House reproduces the style of Nara era. There are 3000 stone lanterns and pendant lanterns in the community, which are very special and worth visiting. When we came, we just met with Japanese cultural festivals. Many Japanese came to visit us in traditional kimonos.
I happened to meet the couple when I went to get married. I stopped by and watched. Although it's not the wisteria season, the 700-year-old tree is still visible with its intertwined roots. The witches in the shrine wear special Wisteria headdresses, which are quiet and beautiful. In the courtyard of this palace there is an ancient "split" tree, one of which grows straight up through the eaves next to it. Spring club's deer stick is a feature, you can draw one. The signature is held in the mouth by the lovely deer. After opening it and reading the bad luck, the deer can also be taken home for remembrance. It's not the peak season, it's also the tourist season, but the whole is very quiet.