#staycation Nara Park, Nara Japan. Up close and personal with lovely deers in Nara park. You can bond with them while feeding with deer crackers available inside the park.Just don't feed them other than the deer crackers. Make sure also not to hurt them while feeding. Great experience for people who are fond of animals.
If you don't like the bustling metropolis, just want to go to the most natural place, feel the tradition and nature, then you must choose Nara, a city that you won't regret.
Nara is not as lively and prosperous as many other big cities in Japan. Nara is just a quiet little town. It has a city, a place where ancient monuments and nature blend together. This is a Japanese city full of nature.
Although it has not been a long time as a capital in the history of Japan, most of the ancient buildings in Nara have been preserved. It is rare and has eight world cultural heritages, second only to Kyoto in Japan. The area of
Nara is very small. Most of the attractions are in Nara Park. In addition to these monuments, the most attractive and famous is the more than a thousand sika deer in the park. The deer here and the local residents come from Visitors from all over the world can get along with each other, and the deer is also a symbol of Nara.
The cherry tree is fed by the deer, and the Nara Park experience is different from that of Kyoto. Nara is relatively rare, and it is convenient to go to Nara in Osaka or to Nara in Kyoto. Take the train to Nara in the direction of Nara. It only takes more than half an hour.
Nara Park is one of the most famous spots in Nara, and is also a representative spot for cherry blossom viewing in the Kansai region. It is a free tour and it is a 10-minute walk from Kintetsu Nara Station.
The deer in Nara Park can be said to be the characteristic of Nara. Under the cherry tree, the deer pacing on the grass, it feels particularly beautiful. If you want to take a photo of a tourist close to the deer, you can buy a special deer in the park. Pancakes, 150 yen, look at a lot, but will be lighted in a while, because the small deer in Nara Park really likes to eat this pancake, and when the pancakes are lit, the surrounding deer will flock to them until After eating, I will go. When I feed, I can ask my companion to help me take pictures. The deer is not afraid of people.