park is free entrance! and it is massive! I am into jr Nara which I had read was not near to the park however when you get off the train there are signs to the bus stop outside. the bus is a loop system with fixed price. there are 1300 deer in the park- photo opportunities everywhere. well worth a visit and easy by public transport.
Nara Park has two main features. One is to wash your hands when you enter the temple. It's very exquisite. You must listen to it and explain it. The second feature is the interaction with elk, which is absolutely rare in China. Elk around you want biscuits to eat, biscuits are designated, can not be randomly fed, the park has bought. Elk Super Meng Dai, in order to eat your biscuits, will bow like you constantly, lovable, and then, after eating, will follow you for a while, to confirm whether you still have good food to feed it. Interesting?! I recommend that you take your children to Austria! It must be unforgettable!
Nara is a deer city, Shenlu Park, a vast area, is one of the pioneers of modern parks in Japan. Dazheng 11 years (1922) was designated as a national attraction in Japan. Crowds of deer playing in the park are protected by the legend of white deer circulated by the Spring Commune and are designated as the natural protection animals of the country. Not only do the deer herds in Nara inhabit the broad lawn of the park, but there are also many famous temples and shrines designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites, among which the most famous are the Dongda Temple with a long history and the Spring Daily Commune, one of the three major shrines in Japan. In addition, Japanese students and children's groups led by teachers can be seen everywhere in the park, with happy smiles on their faces, which has become another scenic spot in the park. Taking social practice as a big classroom, paying attention to traditional virtue education such as students'environmental protection etiquette, abandoning the teaching mode of dead reading, dead reading and blindly pursuing the rate of admission, these aspects are still worthy of our reference.
Nara is beautiful in autumn. The sunshine has painted the leaves, and the colorful leaves have brought vitality to autumn. When the gentle Sika Deer sees the biscuits in the hands of tourists, it will be most beside you, looking at you with big eyes, hoping to get food. Looking at it will germinate your heart, naturally will not let it disappointed to leave, it licks your palm with soft tongue feel itchy
Nara Park in Deer City, on our way to Dongda Temple, we can see two Sika Deer walking leisurely in the car room, but Dujiangyan, famous for its giant panda, has not reached such a level (after all, it is a high-risk animal). Nara Park is an open park. On the way to Dadong Temple, there are many sika deer chasing tourists. On the open meadow, there are hundreds of Wild Sika deer, playing and playing. Nara Park is picturesque all year round, especially in the autumn when maple leaves are full.
To play in Nara, you can actually buy "Japanese Kansai Tour Card 2/3 Volume" on major websites. Although the prices are much the same, but buy 4-5 copies, the price difference is somewhat different. It is suggested that you should compare three before group buying. Nara is the best place to go in autumn. Red, yellow, orange and green leaves are interwoven together. It's really beautiful. Nara is not hot in autumn. It's very cool, just need to wear a thin coat. The scenery of Nara Park (autumn scenery) is very suitable for taking pictures. We have almost a camera and a mobile phone. There are many temples here. The most famous one is the Dongda Temple. Of course, it is suggested to arrange half a day for the park. The feeling of walking slowly is really enjoyable. Back here, it must mention the Dongda Temple, Spring Club and others who see people. Love deer, deer, flower deer... very smart, see you have food will be close to you, you do not eat, they do not care about you, haha
What impressed me most was deer. There were deer everywhere along the way. At the same time, there were their dung on the road. They bought deer food. When they were feeding, they would rush to grab food in groups. So I would find a quiet place where there were few deer and choose to feed them. I accidentally saw two male deer fighting. They should occupy the territory. In order to defend their position, the last male deer would fight. If you lose, you will nod to the winner again and again to show your defeat. Very interesting!
Living here in Naiko for many days and traveling to and from Osaka, Kyoto, is because I like all the friendly local people here, the delicious Ramen shop, the naughty deer, and of course, the color of the street in the flowering season is different from that of the day... Too much... What I want to do when I come to Japan is to slow down the pace of the scenery everywhere and let everything go at will...
I didn't want to go to Nara, because I just wanted to think about the deer, but I'd better go there again and again. The day I went was Sunday. I happened to meet what ceremony the Spring Festival club was holding, so I gathered a lively scene. There were children riding on horses and shooting arrows. There were many onlookers, but we didn't understand very well. Ha... Nara Park covers a large area. There are many deer in it. They are really not afraid of people at all. They will come up when they see people. It means begging for food. It's too chicken thieves! I saw a female comrade take deer cake and feed it. Later, she surrounded many deer and bit and pulled her pants. Instantly dispelled my desire to feed, or just look at it from a distance! Overall, it's worth going around. Stand out from JR Nara and walk all over the shop on a straight road to Nara Park to see if it's good to eat!
Accommodation is in Xinzhaiqiao. It's very convenient to take the subway down from Line 1 to see the deer. There are deer cakes sold at the gate of the park, 150 yen, 9 yuan RMB. Be careful when you buy them. Otherwise, you will find a group of deer around you, biting your clothes, not suggesting wearing white, and it nods to you not because of courtesy, but because you don't give it food, ready to attack you, not because of courtesy. To misunderstand its meaning, haha.