For 74 years, Nara was the capital of Japan and luckily it still retains some great gardens and temples. In Nara you can see the Todai-ji Temple completed in 752, and famous for its Great Buddha. But what I really want is to see the "vultures" of Nara. It is not that this beautiful city is full of these birds of prey, if not some beautiful deer that chase anything in search of food. What monkeys they are, but the truth is that I feel like feeding them even though they go chasing me all over the place until they have eaten the last loaf of bread. They can be found in the Nara-koen (Nara Park) and there are about 1,200.
You can go to Nara from Kyoto with the JR NARA LINE line that takes between 45 and 51 '(690 ¥ one way).
All those who have gone to Nara can explain your experiences with deer. They are welcome! (^ o ^) /