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On my way to Iwayatama Monkey Park

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Have you ever dreamt of walking surrounding by monkeys? If so, make that wish comes true in Kyoto✨. Located at the top of Mount Arashiyama, Iwayatama Park harbors more than a hundred Japanese macaques living in the wild. 
Here you get the meaning of the say nothing comes free and easy since the park entrance is on the top of the mountain. It takes approximately 20 minutes to get there. So be ready 😜👟 for the climb. 
Archives Snapchat from the park✌🏽
Once you arrive at the park, there is no transition: you are directly greeted by the monkeys 🤩! It’s really impressive but also disruptive. It’s not everyday that the living being behind you… is a monkey 😅. 
Personally I think that the cage concept is awesome. This is what makes the park so original. Unlike the traditional parks where animals are kept in cage, here it’s the opposite. The visitor has to go inside to feed the monkeys 😎. I guess that’s a reminder that we are the guests on their lands 😉. Moreover from the inside, you can get a bag of peanuts for ¥100 (about 0.90€) to provide food to them. 
Before leaving the park, don’t forget to stop for a minute and enjoy the incredible view offered by the park 😍
If you have ever been to Iwayatama Monkey Park, don’t hesitate to share your experience in the comment 😉. 
Froholically, F. 

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