Nara is a city of Japan, and a popular tourist attraction, known for its wild deer who love to come up to tourists (with snacks) and bow their heads. The deer are mostly friendly, doing their own thing and greeting tourists when they're hungry, but there have been stories of greedy deer rushing towards the snack pile.
For a day trip, many people will stay in Osaka or Kyoto and travel out to Nara for a few hours. We did the same in April 2019 and here are some snapshots.
There is a shopping mall next to the station. After exiting the station, we crossed the road and turned left towards Nara Park, where the deer congregate. Along the way there are food vendors selling the deer biscuits for ¥150.
If there are not many deer around, and you are quick enough, you can get one of these "kissing" photos with the deer.
A lot of them will bow their heads 3 times if you hold out your biscuit long enough.
Another thing to do in Nara is visit the Todaiji Temple with the largest bronze statue of Buddha in the world.