Dahil super bait ng mga boss ko at super generous, nakapunta kaming Japan. Yahoooo!!! Summer sa Japan so super init pero okay lang. Magrereklamo pa ba ako sa libre?? 🙂
We took a day tour to Nara and here are some of the tourist spotswe went to:
Todaiji, also known as the “Great Eastern Temple” is a landmark of Nara and one of Japan’s most famous temples.
The temple was constructed in 752 as the head temple of all provincial Buddhist temples of Japan and grew so powerful that the capital was moved from Nara to Nagaoka in 784 in order to lower the temple’s influence on government affairs. – japan-guide.com
Nandaimon Gate is the Great Southern Gate for Todaiji Temple. Nandaimon Gate is around 400m south of the main Todaiji Temple and today almost appears to be a separate structure by itself. Nandaimon Gate, being part of Todaiji Temple, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and forms part of the ‘Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara’ listing. – gojapango.com
Right beside the Todaji temple is the Nara Park (Nara Koen).
The park is home to hundreds of freely roaming deer. Considered in Shinto to be messengers of the gods, Nara’s nearly 1500 deer have become a symbol of the city and have been designated a natural treasure. – japan-guide.com
Although they appear to be tame, a deer can be aggressive too. In fact, a deer attacked my boss’ bag! Haha!
And they are free to wander around the park, so better close your washroom door.
Bihira ako mag-selfie… kaya pagbigyan niyo na ako 😛
Bakit ako nagpa-selfie sa deer? Ang nickname ko kasi nung bata ako ay pareho sa name ng isang famous Disney deer (na lalake!) Hindi ko pa rin alam bakit naging nickname ko yun until now.
Hope you enjoyed the photos courtesy of my friend, Keith! ‘Til the next kuwento 😛