1st. Nara is the capital city of Nara Prefecture in the Kansai region of Japan. The first permanent capital of Japan, Nara is one of the most rewarding destinations in the country. Indeed, with eight Unesco World Heritage Sites, Nara is the second only to Kyoto as a repository of Japan’s natural legacy.
The Great Buddha, a park f is house in Todaiji, a sooaring temple that presides over Nara-koen, a park filled other fascinating sights that lends itslef to the relaxed strolling amid the greenery and TAME DEER.
***The Daibatsu (Great Buddha) of Nara – Calm ypur thoughts . Now raise your eyes to behold the Great Buddha. Theys said there is no other sight in Japan that has as much impact as this cosmic Buddha.
What I love here? – The DEER! They are tamed, yes, but wahhaha scary…. Sabi ko na nga ba Japanese si Santa Claus, nandito mga deers nya. ^______^
2nd. With 17 Unesco World Heritage Sites more than 1600 Buddhist temples and over 400 Shinto shrines. Kyoto is one of the world’s most culturally rich cities.
Things you must see and visit! Fushimi-Inari-Taisha(thousands of red torii and dozens of stone foxes), Yasaka-jinja (The guardian shrine of neighboring Gion and is sometimes endearingly referred to as ‘Gion-san’), Golden Pavillon, Kyoto Tower, Geishas.