We bought the set ticket consisting of bus ride, safari entrance and jungle bus which was value for money. The narration is in Japanese only, so it is better to visit with someone who can translate for you so that you can better enjoy the experience. It was a cold and rainy day and the jungle bus guide cautioned that we may not get to see the animals. We were given a tray of raw meat, dried food pellets, oranges, etc. to feed the lions, giraffes, camels, and deers as the jungle bus moved around the safari park, We were lucky as we saw many animals despite the rain, and were able to feed them in the safe confines of the jungle bus. It was fun but scary to see the animals up close. The poor lions had their food snatched from under their nose by the crows (or hawks?) which swopped down to grab the meat from our feeding thongs as we stick it out of the grills of the jungle bus to feed the lions. After the jungle bus tour, we could walk around the park to look at horses and other small animals kept in open pens and enclosures. There is also an indoor dog "studio" where you can pay to enter and play with the cute dogs. A highly recommended experience if you want to try your hands at feeding the animals up close and personal.
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