Track with a train.
Bags can be left in a locker. Those with keys are empty.
Near the central station. Lots of advertisement on buildings indeed, but here is the strange thing—eyes don't notice advertisement if you couldn't read it. Is it sort of built-in ad-block?
Watch out! Deer.
There are lots of them. They freely move around the city. The person under the green umbrella sells some sort of cookies for deer. By the way, maps are at every turn in Japan.
If deer could only buy themselves a drink in a vending machine, they would definitely do it.
I'm sure, that trained eye of the reader will find here four-pawed pal with no effort.
Unique design of Japanese roofs is charming.
Beautiful garden. There is an entrance fee as in most parks, gardens, and castles in Japan.
The first time I saw parking on the grass in Japan. Outrage.
There is a beautiful giant park in Nara with various structures and many viewpoints.
Under the feet.
Stones stuck in a lattice.
An atmospheric foggy picture with a green-ish lantern.
Deer has a quest for me.
Street at 19:00.
Japanese ATMs. Russian cards have no use in them.
Navigation and a display. How to get on the right train? Look at the departure times, minutes are different for every train—nice reference point. There are also letters, colors and direction names. It's so difficult to make a mistake.