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Ikaho Green Farm, Shibukawa

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Watch as trained sheep dogs herd their quarry at Ikaho Green Farm, a working farm and theme park set in the rolling pastures of the region. The farm runs various workshops for children and families to take part in, including milking and feeding cows, as well as butter churning. Along with the workshops, you can try a host of other fun pastimes, such as taking a pony for a spin, or trying your hand at mini golf and archery. Kids will love the petting section of the farm, where they can interact with rabbits and sheep. Should you get hungry, the farm offers plenty of fresh, organic food options. On top of all this, you can peruse wares to take home with you at the farm's onsite shop. See Ikaho Green Farm and all Shibukawa has to offer by arranging your trip with our Shibukawa trip generator.
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  • Goats, sheep, horses and rabbits. You can take a walk with a sheep and goats. They can take the bait. Of course there is restaurant. Can I get kids, riding ponies. But I will never forget the sadness of the animals for some reason.
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  • Grandchildren (Gr. 1, kindergarten) were delighted. Hot accommodation surrounded by plants, animals, and flowers. There is little such rides. There is no screaming machine system. Places to eat, shop and souvenirs. Increase the adaptability and age a little archery section. If we enjoy here in the colder months is NG.
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  • Pay the admission fee alone cannot do anything in the Park. The experience and food was not only seeing the animals, so all the money to pay. Just campaign at the Museum just got.
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  • Good place to spend the day as a family. The young kids love petting the animals and the parents enjoy the leisure of walking around the large grounds. The sheep dog show is worth watching
  • Great place! I had a lot of fun there with my wife. Some things seem to be expensive, but worth the money. Overall I had a great experience there.
  • The sheepdog show was good, but short. The place seems wishy washy with no real focus to it and its not very well laid out. You don't get much for the fee you pay in. You have to pay extra for most everything, including the petting area. That is very unusual in Kanto, where most petting areas are free. The rides are short yet costly. Sometimes the sheep are walking around freely, but not as up close and personal as other farms. The only other plus I can think of is that there is plenty of open space for picnics.
  • Spacious grounds in lots of animals! But I think it is to breed the animal just this very entry fee: adult 1,200 yen, 600 yen, child is packed with lots of paid content such as touch 500 yen (3 minutes or 5 minutes) and animals rabbit walking and feeding experience. Animals fed 100 yen to 300 yen. Rabbit feeding in ¥ 200 really small vegetable kudzu was in about five! 1 1000 yen is riding the narrow 1 / 2 is the end. Spacious room and bathroom, was frustrated with the money they place at 300 yen per person show w can only make money if no entrance fee is? I thought. Meal went from the entrance at the left side, but taste was disappointing. Ramen is 1,100 yen, Katsu Curry was feeling of 1,500 yen price point. Double cherry blossoms in bloom, leisure seats tents have come, we can bring your lunch.
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  • Here's sheep is really cute. Entrance fee is 1,200 yen. But in the garden little fee is 500 yen and sheep stroll can be your favorite is. This is the third walk. Götz's first time. Second is a fondant baby. This time it was Theta-Chan. I decided that Theta-Chan is from when I went I felt the gaze, so go with this child walk. The likes of so perfect go was after some walking, was a lovely child. Less one star restaurant meal isn't a pity.
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Where to stay in Shibukawa

A convenient transport hub for explorations of the hot spring resort towns in the region, Shibukawa offers a handful of fairly plain hotels close to the main train station, and along the route the train follows. Most visitors opt to stay in one of the hot spring resort towns, with Ikaho to the west particularly popular. There, you'll find some luxury resorts, a smattering of ordinary hotels, and the showstopping ryokans, complete with onsite onsens--one of the staples of visits to the area.
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