The town of Nara, in Japan would normally be overrun by tourists at this time of year, but the Coronavirus lockdown has been terrible to all of us especially to people that get their living it of touristic places. People love to come and see the famous deer park but those days no one could come and visit it, but the e residents and animals living near these sites are enjoying. With no tourists around the deer now sit near cherry trees peacefully without the disturbance of vehicles or tourists lining up to take selfies.The deer lay among the pink-blossomed trees in a beautiful scene at Nara Park near Osaka, which is home to more than 1,000 of the animals.
In normal times, visitors will flock to the park to mingle with the deer and feed them crackers while they enjoy the blossom and visit a series of temple buildings. However, tourists have stayed away during the state of emergency which was imposed by prime minister Shinzo Abe in early April.
One resident told AP News that he was enjoying the peaceful scenes and not seeing those tourists who climbed inside the ancient and fragile cherry blossom trees to take pictures. “Tourists were overflowing, and this is about right,” Kinji Nakamura told AP News.