Look at the cherry blossoms in the cherry blossoms!
No one can resist the spring value of Nara.
As the sisters who take pictures and punch, the sacred place where the girls heart explodes, the spring of Nara makes you worthwhile.
Soft Meng cherry and the deer collided
10 minutes walk from Nara Kintetsu Station to the east, it is Nara Park. Nara Park is a large area, consisting of Nara Park, Kasuga Taisha, Todai-ji Temple and Wakayama Mountain.
Nara's deer lived here for generations. These natural wild deer are free to run under the cherry trees.
In Nara Park, you can always see the deer in the corner of the casual.
Dongda Temple is one of the seven major temples in Nandu. It is about one hundred and two hundred years old and is the largest wooden building in the world. The Chinese monk Jianzhen monk in the Tang Dynasty once set up a ring here. Dongda Temple can not use a tripod... Later, it was found that many places are prohibited from tripods~ It is estimated that it is afraid of affecting the flow of visitors~ Fahuatang (February Hall) on the east side of Dongda Temple, because the deity is "not empty, but also known as Guanyin" Church.
According to the historical records of the Zhengcang Institute: In the preparation stage of the construction of the Big Buddha, the was built before the main buildings of the central gamma (such as the Great Buddha Hall, the lecture hall, etc.), and in the year when the Big Buddha was built, Weifang began teaching activities. Every year, at the north side of the Fahua Hall, the Second Session (Water Festival) is based on the eleven-faced Guanyin, confessing the crime, and praying for the world's Taiping and the harvest of the grain.
#awesomepic Todaiji Temple is a famous temple landmark in Nara, Japan. The main Big Buddha Hall (Daibutsuden) is the world's largest wooden building and houses one of Japan's largest Buddha bronze statue. One of the must visit temples in Japan. #unforgettableexperiences #travelinspiration #historicallandmarks #worldheritage #instagramworthydestinations #awesomepic
Dongda Temple, as one of the seven major temples in Nandu, has a history of more than 1,200 years. Because it is located on the east side of Hiraizumi (Nara), it is named Dongda Temple.
And because of the large number of tourists, this is also the gathering place of the deer. Every time they pass, they will stroll over and smell your bag or have their favorite deer cake. Once you take it out, they will flock and sneak in; if not, the snobbery will not return, turn away, completely ignore your existence.
Enter the main entrance of the temple, located in the majestic Great Buddha Hall in the middle of the center, completely attracting the attention of all tourists. Although it is already the largest ancient wooden building in the world, it still retains only two-thirds of the original building. It is not difficult to imagine how great such a hall is for the various underdeveloped pasts.
Arrival: At the JR, Kintetsu Nara Station, take the round bus to the front of the Kasuga Grand Shrine, and walk for 5 minutes. From Nara Station, walk about 20 minutes.
Opening hours: April to September 07
Todaij, located on the east side of Nara, boasts a history of over 1,200 years. As one of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara, it has been listed as a World Cultural Heritage site. Jianzhen, an eminent monk of the Tang Dynasty in China, set up the temple here as the ordination hall for monks. The large bronze Buddha and the reconstructed East Hall are must-see attractions.