Sunday, April 16, 2017

Temples in Nara prefecture. 奈良の寺社巡り。

The second day, we went to Hasedera temple at first.

The entrance.


The main gate.


The main building and a winter cherry tree.


Five storied pagoda.

Cherry blossoms.


The main building from a distance.

Then we went to Murouji Temple.


The main gate.

Five storied pagoda.


The main building.

We stayed  Nara hotel.

We could see this Araike pond from the Hotel's garden

Next morning we went to Nara park on foot.


Five storied pagoda of Kofukuji Temple.


Himuro jinja shrine.

Himuro jinja shrine.




Wild deer in this park.
Thanks for visiting this post.



34 comments:

  1. Hello. Cherry tree flowers are really beautiful. Thank you for your lovely photos. Greetings.

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  2. What a lovely sakura blossoms scenery there.

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  3. The temples in your country are so beautiful! And the cherry blossoms just add to the beauty.

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  4. Such a beautiful and peaceful place!

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  5. 長谷寺から室生寺まで車で行かれたのですか。山の上の寺で歩くのが大変そうで行ったことないのですが、美しい寺ですね。3月末に私が氷室神社に行ったときは、ようやく枝垂れ桜が咲き始めたところでした。ホテルからの荒池のお写真素敵です!!!良い週末を!

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    1. Dear Tomoko sama.
      こんにちは、ありがとうございます。はい、車で頑張って行って来ました。次回は山野辺の道です。古墳を沢山見てきました。

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  6. 奈良県の桜巡り満喫されたようですね。長谷寺は春牡丹と寒牡丹の時期のみ行きました。なるほど桜の時期はこうなんですね。室生寺の塔は可愛くて好き、比較的小さいのですが階段の下から見上げると堂々としています。荒池からの興福寺の眺め、同じような構図で撮りました。桜と塔を一緒にいれたいですよね。次の山野辺の道も楽しみにしています。

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    1.  Yoko sama
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。吉野山に桜を身に行く予定でしたが、咲いていないのであきらめました。前回行ったときは盛りを過ぎていたので、今回は少し早めと思いましたが早すぎました。
      おかげで長谷寺を楽しむ事が出来ました。

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  8. You got some great shots, and all those blossoms are so beautiful.

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  9. Those "wild" deer look quite tame!
    All of these images are marvelous as always. Thank you for joining the party this week at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/04/making-dangerous-situation-kid-friendly.html

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  11. What lovely photos Minoru. Thank you for sharing them.

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  12. Wow! You just shared very beautiful photos of Nara with lots of Sakura blooms everywhere. I will visit Nara again someday as my last visit was just a quick day trip only. That place is so relaxing with so many friendly deers roaming all over the streets. The motorists were so kind to slow down their vehicles to allow the deers to cross the streets!

    I knew that I missed many exciting places which you have shared. Thank you Minoru-San.

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I hope you will enjoy Nara visiting in some future. I recommend you to visit there between at the end of March and at the beginning of April.

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  13. So beautiful! I wish I can take photos like your. The contrast between the cherry blossoms and the color of the temples is great. Like those deer on your last photo. #WordlessWednesday

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    1. Dear Ruth.
      Thank you very much for your comment. If you have a chance,please come to Japan.

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  15. Olá, maravilhosa fotorreportagem com excelentes fotos do templo e detalhes bem definidos.
    AG

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  17. And so many cherry trees, lots of varieties of blossoms. We do not have so many types, so, it is so lovely to admire them through your camera lens. Especially in so relaxing places like these ones with ponds, pagoda, winter cherry tree and deers! Lovely views, once again! Many thanks for sharing them with us! Best regards in April!

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    1. Dear Alexa.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Your comment always inspires me very much.

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