WELCOME TO Japan
THE LAND OF THE RISING SUN
“Don’t worry about not being able to capture Instagram-worthy photos with the deer,
because you will definitely meet at least 1 of the 1200 deer at Nara Park!
Located in the city of Nara, Nara Park spans over 660 hectares.
While it is famous for its free-roaming sika deer, Nara Park is also home to
acclaimed temples and shrines that are really worth visiting!
Other than feeding deer with special biscuits, I also want to visit Todai-ji Temple and Kasuga-taisha Shrine -
they look really grand in pictures. Let’s try to feed the deer some biscuits first.
Oh, our tour guide is testing us on how well we can count in Japanese.
I think I had better get my Japanese numbers right! Let’s invite Caleb to teach us.”
“I really like how our tour guide has been interacting with us and
servicing us so well during our time here in Japan.
I feel I ought to show my appreciation by getting her a little gift.
Find out along with me what to take note of when giving gifts in Japan.”
This was what my tour guide was asking me just now.
See if you can answer the question correctly.
Mitsuha sees さん (san) deer at Nara Park.
She wants to feed each deer に (ni) biscuits.
How many biscuits does she need in total?