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iZoo, Kawazu-cho

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iZoo is located in Kawazu-cho. To visit iZoo and other attractions in Kawazu-cho, use our Kawazu-cho trip itinerary builder website .
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  • Can photograph with the big turtle! And the big snake or photo shoot! This is a very exciting Zoo. But that is more sensitive to people who are afraid of reptiles and odor... Hey... I have enjoyed in their excitement! enjoyed very low grade daughter. You cannot experience in daily life and eating crocodile meat dishes at the restaurant of the park experience is recommended. There were red eared slider volume is heard and Red eared slider protection thanks to its surprising pond red eared slider.
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  • Free turtle walking down the hotel. You can see in case too many snakes. Was not as seen on TV, I had been looking forward to the veiled Chameleon is not one big male Chameleon. Aboard the turtles turtles feed them, take charge, and you can take pictures. Personally I enjoyed so much.
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  • Child not like reptiles. I went. At first I..., and thought he was Chameleon, and the lizard you you snake, turtle, frog you. Very lively and cute it is! Kinda scary stuff it is interesting curiosity going.
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Where to stay in Kawazu-cho

Several accommodation options lie in or near Kawazu-cho, with a couple of hotels situated near the main train station, nestled in the surrounding mountains, or lining the coast. Since visitors usually make a day-trip to Kawazu-cho from Tokyo, lodgings are not plentiful in the town itself, but you can find cozy Japanese ryokans, traditional minshukus (bed and breakfasts), as well as a couple of onsen resorts.
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