Nara Park is located in the eastern part of Nara City, extending about 4 km to the east and west, and about 2 km to the south and north. On the spacious lawns many deer graze on the grass. Inside the park are located Todai-ji Temple, Kofuku-ji Temple, Kasuga-Taisha Shrine and many others that represent the glories of the city over many centuries.
The park that closed to Kofukuji and Nara National Museum. Deers here are much better than deers at Miyajima... they are cute and kind.....
Deers roam all over this park... It's not an enclosed area, so they're free to mingle with visitors... You can purchase Deer feed at kiosks in the park.
Buy a package of deer cookies for about 150 yen (stalls all over the park) and watch the deer come running!
Nara Park is very big. You can see many cute deers in the park. Although they were asking something to eat, they still looked tame and cute in my eyes.
Oh dear oh deer... dun come near me, I dun have anything for you to eat.
This deer saw us and follow us for quite a while. We walked up the slope, and it followed us as well...