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17 reviews (4.29)
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Pricing Info: Per Person
Duration: 13 hours
Departs: Tokyo, Tokyo
Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted
Leave Tokyo for a day and head north to Nagano Prefecture!
Depart from Shinjuku area (LOVE OBJECT) at 08:00 (please gather within 07:45).
Enjoy Japanese style set for lunch!
After lunch, it will be time to see the famous monkeys of the Jigoku Valley, bathing in thermal water!
Finally, behold the magic created by the kamakura snow huts being lighted up! Kamakura no Sato is only for January 20th to February 26th
Arrive at Shinjuku around 20:00 (For January 20 to February 26, as the group will visit Kamakura no Sato, the tour will arrive at Shinjuku around 21:00)
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
2 hours • Admission Ticket Included
60 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
It's a very long day, but for us it was worth it! You only get about an hour to spend with the monkeys but they are really cute and fun to watch. We went on a fairly warm day so the monkeys weren't bathing but they were really playful and they behave as if they don't even notice the people around.
The snow monkey park and lunch were nice. If you are expecting a tour this is not that. You pretty much get on a bus that goes point a to b with no additional insightful or regional information. The English tour consist of a Japanese worker that calls into a service using an iPad.
We didn't really have a guide, more of an escort on this trip with limited English. He never told us anything about the Monkeys or the place we were going to. This was disappointing. In the lodge building at the site we were able to watch a short video that told you about the site and the monkey. We enjoyed the lunch, but nothing was really said about it. He seemed like this was his first trip here himself. He was taking a lot of his own pictures.
If you have the chance to see the monkeys you should it was a neat place.
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