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Izu Animal Kingdom, Higashiizu-cho

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Head for a family day out at Izu Animal Kingdom and view all kinds of animals. Find armadillos, giraffes, leopards, and many more fascinating species as you take in views of the surrounding tree-covered hills. Take the kids to feed animals and let them get up close and personal with some of the zoo’s residents. Head to the local restaurant, located right next to the tiger enclosure, and take in the sight of majestic and rare white tigers as you enjoy a bite to eat. Plan to see Izu Animal Kingdom and other attractions that appeal to you using our Higashiizu-cho family vacation planner.
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  • My daughter's preschool-age children and two people in the train ➕ went by bus. Not so much the number of location is not quite smooth. In the Animal Kingdom Park, white tiger bait give you feed Giraffe and Spears (500 yen was) (ESA fee charges), and touch the face of Sai had valuable experience with other artists who can.
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  • And help him/her in the animal food and you touching the giraffe, is pretty funny. I think amusement booths on the loose, this is good in this. Every year taking pictures at the entrance, growth of the 貰i子 forward.
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  • This is where I went when I was a child, well play in the family. At that time was the Izu biop 1 Qu? can also can also communicate with the animals, and, if you purchase the food listed, such as giraffes. You can enjoy and even an amusement park.
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