People's Inn Hanakomichi

23 Konishicho, Nara, Nara, Kinki, 630-8226, Japan | Hotel
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Oh deer oh deer!!

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4


... go inside because it was 500 entrance fee. The temple looked nice from the outside but I don't think it was worth 500 to get in. We just walked around the shrine instead.

Once we had finished taking pictures of the shrine walked to another shrine called Wakamiya Jinja. This wasn't nothing special if I'm honest. In fact I never knew we had seen it until Xavier said that it was it.

We made our way back to the bikes so that we could cycle to the next temple. We ...


A travel blog entry by thebartons99


... to go as we went. However we were still pouring through guidebooks until bedtime our last night in Hiroshima and didn't decide where to go until the morning we left - there is too much choice! This was probably too much on the "too little" planning extreme - just shy of showing up at the train station and picking a random destination!

We knew ...


A travel blog entry by mrichar.7


... deer cookies but no.... they just got meaner as we progressed... at one point they even tried stealing my baked sweet potato that i had purchased to stave off the biting cold! that was a fight they were not winning!!! nothing comes between me and my warm! all joking aside the little buggers were cute but slightly intimidating needless to say it was overall remarkable uneventful but filled with awesome pics of us being bullied into giving up our lunch money by cleverly disguised ...

Nara Park

A travel blog entry by sueanddale


... Nara Park is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and includes a complex of shirnes, temples and pagodas spread over this forested park.
Tourists love the chance to interact with the Sika deer, regarded as sacred messengers of the gods in the Shinto religion. They roam the grounds freely, and special rice crackers are sold as deer food. Once you have the crackers in hand, you'd better be ready to dole them out ...

City lights and Alpine hot pools

A travel blog entry by nadinehanlon

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Having been banished from Kyoto by virtue of there being 0 hostels available on Saturday night, I took the train down to Nara for the weekend. Nara was the first capital of Japan before Kyoto and before Tokyo, and home to a national park which houses temples and shrines and parks and forests, and also home to thousands of wild deer whom roam freely around the town. The deer were believed to be holy messengers and are ...

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This hotel, located in the Nara Station area of Nara, is near Nara Deer Park, Nara Park, Kasuga Grand Shrine, and Horyuji Temple.
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