Endless amount of deer! deer everywhere! Some are extremely cute and some are a bit aggressive trying to get the deer biscuits but overall we really did have a wonderful time there
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We were travelling around Japan between Kyoto and Osaka and we planned to come here for a day, of course to see the deers. This was amazing, parks were great and deers and very friendly. Reminder don't buy deer snacks from the people in the...More
The park is around 5-10 min straight walk from the train station. It is a 55 min train ride from Kyoto. The deers are very curious due to the cookies you can buy and feed them. One pack of these cookies or whatever they are...More
Our first day when visiting Kyoto and its surroundings is Nara city, I thought we could finish it in one day, but it seems my parents cannot walk further, and they really entertained with the Great Buddha and those cute and polite deer.
We noticed a free tour sign at the Nara train station and joined two other people. Giro san was our volunteer tour guide. He is a retired bank executive. We purchased good lunch and water at a grocery store in the station and took a...More
the park was far too big for us to cover it all. Went through a part of it to visit Todai-ji. Was enough for us. Nice to see the deer walk around, but they can get quite close. You can buy food and feed them...More
We were here as part of our day tour in Nara and Kyoto and this place was our very first stop of our itinerary. After visiting the Todai-ji Temple, which is located next to the park, we came by here for a "close interaction" with...More
The park is home to some amazing attractions - I would highly recommend visiting the great Buddha - yet the main draw continues to be the hundreds of adorable deer who call it their home. They are beyond cute and getting close to the creatures...More