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Nasu Alpaca Farm, Nasu-machi

#2 of 8 in Sightseeing in Nasu-machi
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  • From alpaca carried away looks quite a walk. (10-15 minutes) is inside the Park. Who are concerned about foot paved and maintained is not so might be tough. Neat to see on TV and magazines can be seen many Alpacas do about caring the alpaca is not Basic. All mud, hair unkempt... teeth rattled even this is nature's will. But is really pretty so adorable eyes of the alpaca can be seen in nearby. What greeted the final touch hair and really warm... but this only a few of all happy... (believe it or not edible thinking.)
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  • From 400 head can be cute alpaca and fulfilment of a close, the nation's largest Alpaca Ranch. To give milk to Claire Elia the last born child Alpaca 3 encounter. Pictures can be taken and Ricky in TV appearances. I can enjoy contact with alpaca. Alpaca lovers too.
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  • Lifetime of Alpaca can be seen. Wow is the number. The cute fluffy is just for shooting. After being in the great outdoors is. In nearby come and then I played around with will. And can enjoy life-alpaca. Thanks at the close they learned under only or do not grow.
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Where to stay in Nasu-machi

Most accommodations lie close to the hot springs of Nasu-machi and the surrounding areas, with seven in total to choose from. Hotels and ryokans close to them come in modern and traditional forms, with the more luxurious boasting onsens. Shoestring travelers will find a few budget-friendly options, opening up the quintessentially Japanese experience to all. Campgrounds offer a particularly wild experience, with some more glamorous sites alongside traditional budget pitches.
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