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It's a bit of a hike up though the park but for the UNESCO status and the crowds going there, I might have ignored it. Stone lanterns line the route and the local deer, always hungry for food from a tourist are everywhere. Pass a...More
Walking through the deer garden (there are real deer in there) up to the shrine is a more relaxed walk. The shrine itself is nice, pay the entrance fee to see the inner shrine, well worth it, specially the lantern room.
We walked through the Nara deer park up to this temple at 5pm on a clear autumn day. Many of the crowd had gone home after their day trips from Kyoto. As we approached the temple up the stone lantern lined path, everyone else was...More
Wonderful shrine! It was our last shrine of our Japan trip. We completed our goshuin book in this shrine and we were happy because the stamp has a deer on it which represents Nara completely ♡. We were surprised to see the amount of lamps...More
The path leading to the shrine is lined with stone lanterns, and many more nestled in the woods. The main shrine is recently renovated. The color of the shrine is in vivid orange red. There are many bronze/metal lanterns hanging along the wall of the...More
Lovely walk through the wooded area of Nara Park to get to this shrine. The shrine is very impressive and incredibly peaceful - although it is popular with tourists, somehow it still seems to give off a peaceful feel.
Kasuga Grand Shrine is a must whilst in Nara.
Many different areas at the shrine the dark room with all the lantens lite up and many beautiful walk ways in brilliant red.
Crowd's were small on the day so getting some great pictures was easy.
Kasuga is a smaller shrine with a lot of lanterns along the walk way to the shrine, It is within the Nara deer park, I must admit i was probably at this stage all shrined out as we had been to so many i didnt...More