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admission 660yen (~US$6)
but wait... petting area's another 300 (~US$3)
then... the so-called "research" area 300 (~US$3)
finally, the train ride another 660 (~US$6)
plus, the bird feed / llama feed / etc...
it'll ring up to about US$20 per person...
not that it's expensive......More
My 2 year old daughter was so happy all the morning. The park is not the scale of ocean park, but with animals to walk along with, and pet on birds ( PEACOCK , GOOSE) and mammals (alpacas, guinea pigs, rabbits), it is easy to...More
This is a fun place to bring your kids to especially if you want them to have close contacts with birds.
The overhead scenic train ride was thereabout 20mins and I recommend to take the ride if you have young kids. This comes at an...More
Kids will love this place. Has personal animal feedings, easy to walk, (not too long) fun electronic rides and such, the animal feeding food is a bit expensive (2 USD) per pack, so I would recommend either sneaking in some bread in your pockets~ or...More
Park is quite dated and the entrance of the park is swamped by many many birds and droppings. Realised that the train ride was beside the park and backtracked. The train ride was a rather nice concept, but the state of the park is in...More
We still enjoy going here and see the animals and birds up close and personal, feeding them and walking through the park. Lots of the birds & animals are free roaming or within reach to hand feed, the petting zoo portion is different but still...More
My kids and I must have gone this park at least ten times. Very inexpensive park and very rewarding. It had gone through minor changes over the years and I have not been back in a while but like I said when I did tkae...More
This place will be boring for those who don't like to be close to animals or birds. You can walk up close to the animals or rather they will come to you if they can see food in your hands. Get some animal feeds at...More