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A crowd of deer fawn in the precincts of Todai-ji Temple

As the "messengers of the gods" of Kasuga Taisha, deer were heavily protected in Nara. Nowadays, deer are everywhere in Nara Park (including the precincts of surrounding temples and shrines), and many of them even appear in the city.


Of course, there are many deer in the precincts of Todaiji Temple. This photo is taken in front of Namdaimon Gate. There are many tourists coming and going here, but the deer do not care about them. The shade of the trees in the vicinity is a good place for them to relax.


There are many stalls selling 'shika senbei' (food for deer) in this area. Tourists enjoy buying these crackers and feeding them to the deer. The deer know what they are doing, and as soon as they see a tourist with a deer cracker in his hand, they immediately surround him. And that's not all. Not only that, but they also poke their heads out as if to urge those who have nothing in their hands. There is also a "ruffian" who puts his face in my bag and bites off the pamphlet paper in it. They are more trouble than they seem.


The deer in Nara Park are also good subjects for photographs. The deer in Nara Park are also good subjects for photographs, as they are good free models who do not claim their "portrait rights". You will see tourists everywhere, cheering and pointing their cameras at them.


This is a place where people (tourists) and deer live together in harmony.

Copyright: Bibouroku Tabito
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10592x5296
Taken: 07/11/2013
Chargée: 16/11/2013
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Tags: japan; nara; park; deer
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