Dzikogudani Snow Monkey Park In the mou Tokyo
Dzikogudani Snow Monkey Park
In the mountains there is snow and cool, it is better to dress warmer. You need to go to the hot springs for about twenty minutes from parking lots. The paths are not asphalted, so if the sun is baking, the sun underfoot can be slushy (February). It is better to go in January-February (the beginning), when there is most snow. At the end of February it was already not so beautiful, it melted ... It’s better not to bother the monkeys, they can take it out (they saw how the macaque attacked a too daring photographer). You can bask in a small gatehouse. They stuck there for two or three hours, until the battery in the camera sat down. An amazing sight!
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