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Nara Park

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Nara Park

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469 Zoshicho, Nara 630-8501 Nara Prefecture
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Hiking Adventure in Mt. Kasuga Primeval Forest
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Hiking Adventure in Mt. Kasuga Primeval Forest
Hiking tour in Mt. Kasuga Primeval Forest, surrounded by beautiful nature, various plants and animals, and amazing picturesque views.<br>Mt. Kasuga Primeval Forest is located in the main area of Nara City and very close to Nara Park.<br>It has remained untouched for thousands of years and has been carefully protected as the sacred forest of the Kasugataisha Shrine. There are over 800 types of trees, wild animals, rare birds and insects.<br><br>Takisaka-no-Michi path, one of the famous hiking courses in the forest, passes a waterfall and small caves carved with Buddha figures. It is said to be a training path for monks in Nara and you can see the objects of faith along the way.<br><br>The path leads to Yagyu Village known as the birthplace of the Yagyu Shinkage School of swordsmanship. The statue of Kubikiri Jizo appears along the way. It has been sliced at the neck by a sword. According to folklore, it was used by the master swordsman to test his blade.
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Nara Park, of course, meets all the criteria a park as such requires. It's green and there are plenty of deer hanging about begging for deer cookies while beeing photographed by tourists. Still it wasn't a spectacular parks as such or as parks go (particularly in Japan). For me
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Well worth a trip. Nara is very easily accessible from both Kyoto and Osaka by train. Can be done as a day trip but you may consider spending the night as there is plenty to see in Nara. Museums, cafes and plenty of scenic walks (with deer of course). The park is full of
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We went to Japan to play on the summer vacation last year. The weather in Japan is very cool and comfortable. There are many deer walking around in Nara Park. You can feed them rice crackers,people who like to interact with animals must love this place.And there are many cute
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Nara Park is quite large. In addition to tourists, you'll meet tons of deers. They're wild, but very friendly. Inside the park, you have grass areas, small rivers and creeks, temples... Really nice. However, it's quite full of people. It's a good idea to sleep in Nara and enjoy
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The park is beautiful, deer are very cute and it was only a short train ride from Osaka, the Japan Rail Pass covered the ticket from Osaka station. There were more deer then I thought there would be! Make sure to bow at them, as they will bow back (usually if you have food for
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