Living in Nara
Nara Prefecture is located in the Kansai region of Japan. It has a population of 1.4 million people. Its capital, Nara City, (population 368,636) borders Kyoto and was the capital of Japan during the Nara period. Nara has many famous structures, known as the Historical Monuments of Ancient Nara including five Buddhist temples, one palace and one Shinto shrine, all of which are well-known for their exquisite architecture and historical significance. Within the city of Nara, deer can be seen roaming the streets at all times. These deer are known as the Deer of Nara. Nara has a high population of non-Japanese residents, predominantly of Chinese and Korean descent. The prefecture and its capital attract many tourists each year.
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