1. 鹿の群れ:奈良公園は特に、野生のシカが自由に歩き回ることで有名です。これらの鹿は「天然記念物」に指定されており、訪れる人々にとって特別な存在となっています。鹿(約1300頭)は公園内で自由に歩き回り、訪れる人々からせんべいをもらうこともあります。
  2. 自然の美しさ:公園は美しい木々、池、芝生のエリアで知られ、四季折々の自然の美しさを楽しむことができます。特に春の桜や秋の紅葉の時期は、多くの観光客で賑わいます。
  3. 歴史的建造物:奈良公園の周辺には、多くの重要な歴史的建造物や寺院があります。例えば、東大寺、春日大社、興福寺などがこの地域に位置しています。
  4. イベントと祭り:年間を通じて、奈良公園ではさまざまなイベントや祭りが開催されます。これらのイベントは日本の伝統文化を体験する絶好の機会を提供します。


奈良公園に生息するシカは国の天然記念物に指定されている野生動物で、決して飼育されている動物ではありません。野生動物は「無主物」であり、所有者はありません。 だからといって、個人が捕まえたり、傷つけたりすることは違法行為です。たたいたり、追いかけたりいたずらをしないでください。鹿せんべい以外の食べ物を与えたりしないでください。

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Things to keep in mind at Nara Park, where approximately 1,300 deer roam freely within the park.

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Nara Park (Nara Koen) is a park located in Nara City, Nara Prefecture, Japan. It has been designated as a place of scenic beauty and a historic site by the nation. The park covers an area of about 660 hectares and is one of the main tourist attractions in Nara.

Deer Herds: Nara Park is especially famous for its free-roaming wild deer. These deer, designated as natural monuments, hold a special place for visitors. About 1,300 deer wander freely in the park, often receiving rice crackers (senbei) from visitors.

Natural Beauty: The park is known for its beautiful trees, ponds, and grassy areas, offering enjoyment of nature’s beauty throughout the seasons. It is particularly crowded with tourists during the cherry blossom season in spring and the autumn foliage season.

Historical Monuments: The area around Nara Park is home to many significant historical structures and temples. For example, Todai-ji, Kasuga Taisha, and Kofuku-ji are located in this region.

Events and Festivals: Throughout the year, various events and festivals are held in Nara Park. These events offer great opportunities to experience Japanese traditional culture.

Nara Park has become an attractive destination for both domestic and international tourists, thanks to its historical significance, natural beauty, and the unique presence of deer. This place, where nature and history blend together, offers an unforgettable experience to its visitors.

The deer living in Nara Park are wild animals designated as national natural treasures, and they are not domesticated animals. Wild animals are considered “ownerless property,” meaning they do not have an owner. However, this does not mean that it is legal for individuals to capture or harm them. It is illegal to hit, chase, or play pranks on them. Please do not feed them anything other than the special deer crackers (shika senbei).

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