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NARA KOEN KANSAI, JAPAN An easy day-trip from Kyoto, Nara Koen is 1,300 acres of parkland and temples, and home to more than 1,000 deer, believed to be the sacred emissaries of the temples’ gods. The park's centerpiece is a colossal bronze image of Buddha housed in Todai-ji, the Great Eastern Temple, and the world's largest wooden structure. Tuesday, November 1, 2016: 1,000 Places to See Before You Die - 2016 Page-A-Day Calendar, Front Image

Todai-ji Hall, Nara, Honshu, Japan. The Todai-ji Hall is the world's largest wooden building and would be amazing to see!


Todai-ji Temple (東大寺)

東大寺 (Todai-ji Temple) in Nara, 奈良県