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Travellers going to the place would need to be alert on the road as the road sign to the place is not very prominent. You would need to enter a side road to access the garden. Apart from the monkey enjoying the onsen, and the...More
Me and my girlfriend decided to give this place visit as it was relatively close to our hotel. The Monkeys were interesting to see and we got some good picture. The garden was ok, I'm not much of a garden person myself.
Worth a visit...More
This place are inside Yunokawa Park, including Monkey Onsen. This Botanical are placed at the behind this park, small, good, to enter this park we must pay fee JPY300 for adult, and child JPY100 and for Group more than 20 will be discount 20%.
We go over to this place mainly just to see the much talked about snow monkeys having their onsen. Paid a small amount of fee, 300 yen to enter this small tropical botanical garden which is not uncommon to us in our country. One corner...More
We went to see the Monkeys in the Onsen and that alone was worth the price of admission, though I had visions of snow cover and being closer to the Monkeys. The Monkeys are kept in a concrete enclosure. There is a Onsen footbath, playground,...More
The Botanical Garden side of the park was nice. Not very big, but enough for me. The monkeys are kept in a small concrete part of the park. This really shocked me because you see the photos and assume that they are out in some...More
Was so fun to watch all the social interactions of the monkeys. You can buy food for 100 yen. We spent almost 2 hours viewing.
The gardens themselves are quite small and a number of plants are browning from nutrient deficiency. But it's nice and...More
To be honest, the reason I came here was to watch the monkeys taking hot bath! I spent 3/4 of my time watching the monkeys and 1/4 in the botanical garden (which is pretty small, but quite interesting if you're a plant person.). The entrance...More