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... were rather polite and actually bow to get food. They were also very gentle. We ended up spending about 450 yen on special deer biscuits. Then it was off to see some more stuff. We saw the last existing tea house in Nara and a Buddhist library. After that we headed back into town for a late lunch. Then we did ...
... years. We followed up this tremendous meal with a nice sake tasting (at a spot that also barely had any signage in front - the directions were simply look for a sake barrel in front), where I think I really enjoyed dry, cold sake for the first time.
Satiated, we then returned to the train station and hopped on the Yamatogi Line back to Osaka. I HIGHLY recommend making a 1/2-full day trip to Nara.
... of new foods and strange sights and unknown customs. And while we’d had a small taste of this, (the sushi and vending machines and hanami parties), we hadn’t yet had the breathtaking moment which we’d been waiting for. We’d come all this way for something different only to find that, so far in our trip, life here didn’t seem so alien to us.
Considering the amazing photos we’d seen of Nara before ...
... swords and other implements.
Coming out of this experience, I reflected that over the past few days it felt as if I had traveled progressively further back into history.
Tokyo - made capital in 1800's
Kyoto - made capital in 1300
Nara - made capita in 800s
The question that came to me now was not where I would go next, but to when I would go next...
... and he seemed a little too interested in touching the deer. Oh well.
Todai-ji is a grand temple, and rightfully so, to have to house such a great Buddha! The approach is wide and the temple looming, with its worn paint and faded colors from too many pilgrims wanting to touch sacred pillars and beams. Inside, the great Buddha obviously takes precedence, welcoming you into his home, but he is found surrounded by a band of ...