Amazing 4K Footage of the Incredibly Friendly Bowing Sika Deer Who Populate Nara Park, Japan

While on his trip to Japan, cosplay filmmaker Micah Moore aka Beat Down Boogie captured amazing footage of the very friendly bowing sika deer who populate Nara Park and the town of Nara itself.

In the town of Nara, Japan, deer and people live side by side. The deer are centralized at Nara Park, but can be found wandering on nearby sidewalks. The deer have learned to bow, hoping for snacks (deer cookies sold by nearby vendors). Nara is also home to many historic shrines and temples.

Coincidently, our dear friends Jason Scott and Rachel Lovinger are also visiting Japan and went to see the deer of Nara.

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