Walk way to Kasuga Shrine. The path is aligned with hundreds of stone lanterns. These lanterns will only be light up twice a year during Setsubun Mantoro (February 2–4) and Obon Mantoro (August 14–15).
Main entrance to Kasuga shrine.
Kasuga Taisha is UNESCO World Heritage site.
Historic stone lanterns.
The stone lanterns are mostly decorated uniquely as it is donated by worshippers.
Autumn season in Kasuga shrine with hundreds of lanterns.
Famous stone lanterns in Kasuga shrine.
Autumn leafs with many stone lanterns.
Stone lanterns in Kasuga shrine.
Kasuga shrine corridor.
List of contributors to the shrine.
Warning about deer in Nara park. Please take care and respectful to the animal and scared site here.
GPS/Coordinate: 34.681460, 135.848443
Address: 160 Kasuganocho, Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan.
Public transport: Kasuga Taisha is located in the east of Nara Park. It is about a 30 minute walk from Kintetsu Nara Station, or a 45 minute walk from JR Nara Station.