The deer in Nara Park is basically very docile, and some visitors will burst into the air, for three! Then look up and look at you with watery eyes waiting for you to give him a deer cake! They can still play with them when they are in a good mood. Hey, just holding the wide angle in his hand, he didn't have time to change the lens and took the deer into this cute picture. Nara's deer generally do not attack people. And... When I went, the deer were basically without corners! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Nara Park is also known as the Sika Deer Park. The most striking thing about Nara Park is the sika deer, of which 1,200 deer live here. These deer are the objects of the Kasuga Taisha Shrine, and are regarded as the embodiment of God and the most concentrated place of Japanese sika deer.
From the Nara station, I have been walking along the road, I can see the little deer scattered in the grass, everyone is excited, hurriedly bought the fairy, began to tease
Traveling to Nara, everyone is mainly to see Nara deer
Nara is really everywhere deer! They all ate leisurely grass, sneaked around, and occasionally ate for tourists! I was besieged by the group of deer when I took out the deer biscuits!
But in addition, the purpose of my visit here is to take photos. There are many pine forests in Nara, and I will start shooting when I find a forest with few people! The effect of the film is very good!
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.
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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