Kasuga Hotel

Address: 40 Noboriojicho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 630-8213, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 40 Noboriojicho, Nara, is near Nara Deer Park, Nara Park, Kasuga Grand Shrine, and Horyuji Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Nara

    Nara: deer and mystic forest

    A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 11, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... a modern building of Nara Photography Museum. Then we walked through narrow peaceful streets back to the park, by a lake with huge carps and white herons and to the train station. We picked up the luggage, bought a bento for the road and took a train to Osaka station and another train from Osaka to Kanazawa. Here we took a short taxi ride to a ryokan, checked in and found some internet.
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    The Temples and Deer of Nara

    A travel blog entry by runes_journey on Mar 31, 2014

    9 photos

    ... wild (but tame) deer, tree's and temple's. First we strolled around Kofukuji Buddhist Temple and its impressive pagoda's, before coming across the deer, of which there are about 1200 of. In pre-Buddhist time they were considered messengers of the gods and today enjoy the status of national treasures. They are free to roam around the park, they search for food handouts from tourists. We bought some deer biscuits, and had a fun time feeding them. Much to Rune's amusement, Nanna got ...

    I'm singing in the rain!

    A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 30, 2014

    56 photos

    ... the golden statues and jewelled Buddhas of Thailand and the incense coils of Hong Kong, instead we have found the temples of Japan to be very simple in contrast. The incense here is not as pungent, the decoration is muted and the material of choice is dark wood, the colours red, brown, black and cream.

    We spent the next few hours walking sideways across the brow of the hill, taking in all the small nooks and crannies which we found. As we came to the opposite face ...

    From the Depth of Eternity

    A travel blog entry by vandna on Dec 29, 2013

    ... cast even more looming shadows, He creates a more powerful impression than if his body shone bright. I learned that this lighting technique was intentional on the part of the architectural masters of the 11th century.

    The Buddha was flanked by his two usual cpmpanions, Kannon and another one whose name I forget (but whose forgiveness I seek). There were also two giant statues of militant ...

    LUCKY! in Nara

    A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 11, 2013

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... and sights of the town, and part of the attraction of Nara is feeding the deer. I forgot about the deer part until we actually got there.




    We made our way though town from the train station to the park and centre of all the big temples, managing to attract a lone Latvian backpacker, who offered us grapes and gum in exchange for tagging along with us. We accepted, and together we toured the Kofuku-ji temple and pagoda, ...