Deer have been summoned from the woods in a ceremony at a park in Japan’s ancient capital of Nara.
The deer calls started more than 100 years ago as a tourist attraction.
About 80 deer appeared from the forest on Sunday after hearing a ceremonial horn.
They were treated to acorns by the members of a local foundation that was set up to protect the deer.
Tourists took pictures and fed the animals.
The deer calls will be held on weekends and national holidays through August.
Source and image: NHK