Kasuga Trisha shrine was established to protect Heijokyo,the ancient of Japan in Nara.It is the head shrine of about 3000 branch Kasuga shrines in Japan.The vast princincts are situated in the forest.Is has a vermilion-lacquered main building and open fields named Tobihino where there are a lot of deer, and the Manyo Botanical Garden.The shrine is characterized by about 2,000 stone lanterns installed along approach leading up to the center of the shrine’s well as the 1,000 lanterns dangling from the top ob the gallery.
World Heritage sites of North Nara have a 1,300-year history of preserving Buddhist art.
160 Kasugano-cho,Nara City,Nara,Japan
Special admission to the front of the Main Sanctuary:8:30-16:00
Lenz：Vrio-TessarT*E 16-70m F4 ZA OSS