Chapter 239: Jigokudani Snow Monkey Park

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Before I even start, I have to say the last pic was my favourite of them all because they were so adorable hugging each other!!! When I finally reached the Monkey Park, it was 800 Yen entry and it was well worth the hike. Of course they’re wild animals and you should take extra care when being around so many. I’ve heard stories about how some may become aggressive and start to attack people, especially if they know you have food. And no selfie-sticks. Luckily, I didn’t come across any aggressive ones, they all seemed far too focus in their day to day activities. Not all monkeys were taking a dip, but I managed to witness some. And a mother and child hugging by the rocks warming up by the steam.

I was just so overjoyed to see these fluffy cuties. Definitely a must visit when you’re in Nagano.

—Tofu

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