Kasuga Shrine, Nara (#30) | According to the legendary history of Kasuga Shrine, a mythological god Takemikazuchi arrived in Nara on a white deer to guard the newly built capital of Heijō-kyō. Since then the deer were regarded as heavenly animal to protect the city and the country. (Wikipedia)  Top Explore Position : 30 | See more of my Explored photos.

Kasuga Shrine, Nara (#30) | According to the legendary history of Kasuga Shrine, a mythological god Takemikazuchi arrived in Nara on a white deer to guard the newly built capital of Heijō-kyō. Since then the deer were regarded as heavenly animal to protect the city and the country. (Wikipedia) Top Explore Position : 30 | See more of my Explored photos.

Nara – Templos Kofuku-Ji, Todai-ji, Kasuga Shrine e Parque de Nara

Nara - Templos Kofuku-Ji, Todai-ji, Kasuga Shrine e Parque de Nara

Nara – Templos Kofuku-Ji, Todai-ji, Kasuga Shrine e Parque de Nara

Nara – Templos Kofuku-Ji, Todai-ji, Kasuga Shrine e Parque de Nara

Nara - Templos Kofuku-Ji, Todai-ji, Kasuga Shrine e Parque de Nara

Nara – Templos Kofuku-Ji, Todai-ji, Kasuga Shrine e Parque de Nara

Moss on stone-lantern, The path of the Kasuga-taisha shrine, Nara, Japan

Moss on stone-lantern, The path of the Kasuga-taisha shrine, Nara, Japan

Japanese Ukiyo-e: Kasuga Shrine, Nara. Hasui Kawase. 1933 - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

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Japanese Ukiyo-e: Kasuga Shrine, Nara. Hasui Kawase. 1933 - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

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