Wakakusa Hill, Nara
Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
Surround yourself in evergreen scenery and immerse yourself in nature at Wakakusa Hill. Almost completely covered in grass, the 342 m (1,122 ft) high hill provides you with a peaceful atmosphere, perfect for a picnic while you enjoy views over the nearby town. As you follow man-made trails around the mountain, you will come across deer who call the local area home. Once a year, a festival in which locals burn the dead grass of the hill takes place, a tradition that supposedly originated in 1760. According to legend, it was the result of a boundary dispute between two temples. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Wakakusa Hill by using our Nara itinerary planner.
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晴れた日に奈良公園に来たら、是非若草山に登ってみてください。時間がないならば車で上まで行けますし､時間があるなら是非足で登ってみて下さい。When you come to NARA Park on a sunny day, come little mountain climbing to try. And up on the car if you don't have the time, if you have time please come climb on foot.show original
朝早かったため、ゲートは閉まっていました。入山は9時からと表示されています。 若草山の麓は鮮やかな緑色をしていて、山に登りたい気分ですが、今回は小雨ということもあり断念しました。 周辺には鹿がいて休憩中。観光客が増えてくると鹿せんべいをもらいに近寄ってくるようです。Early morning because the gate was closed. Iriyama shows and from 9. Feels like to climb the bright green is at the foot of Mount wakakusa, that rain and gave this time. Have a deer in the area during a break. Become tourists seems to approaching deer biscuits.show original
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