Zao Fox Village

宮城県/白石市
宮城蔵王 キツネ村

Description
This is a zoo at the peak of Mount Zao in Minami-Zao. There are around 250 foxes of 6 types being raised here, with around 100 grazing in the fields. The owner opened this zoo in 1990 for the foxes (which were cultivated for fur) had no place to go. There are also rabbits, goats and ponies here too.


Address
989-0200
宮城県 白石市 宮城県白石市福岡八宮字川原子11-3
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Nearby Drive Spots
Spot
御釜
Okama Crater
This is a crater lake at the peak of Mount Zao, with an altitude of 1550m above sea level. As the water contains high levels of acid, there is no wildlife present, but the water shines a light green hue due to the acid levels. The name comes from the fact that the crater looks like a pot full of water.
Onsen
蔵王温泉
Zao Onsen
Located at the western foot of Mount Zao, this is a hot spring with 1,900 years of history. It has characteristically acidic spring water and is known as "Princess water" due to its skin whitening effects (skin whitening seen as more favourable in Japan). As there is also a ski slope, skiing can also be enjoyed here in the winter. The area is famous for its views of the forest of snow covered trees.
Onsen
秋保温泉
Akiho Onsen
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Spot
浄土平
Jododaira Wetland
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松島
Matsushima
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Onsen
銀山温泉
Ginzan Onsen
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五色沼
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瑞巌寺
Zuiganji Temple
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猪苗代湖
Lake Inawashiro
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鳴子峡
Naruko Gorge
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Onsen
鳴子温泉
Naruko Onsen
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Onsen
東山温泉
Higashiyama Onsen
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History
羽黒山五重塔
Mount Haguro Five Storied Pagoda
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History
大内宿
Ouchi-juku
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