Fuji Safari Park

Sightseeing information about Fuji Safari Park in Japan.

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Fuji Safari Park located in Susono city at the base of Mount Fuji is the largest safari park in Japan. You can see Sub-Saharan African animals, such as lions, giraffes and rhinos, from the comfort of your car or from a jungle bus which has netting over the windows so you can feed the animals. The view of Mount Fuji offers a great background to the vast grounds.

The safari area is divided into seven zones - bears, lions, tigers, cheetahs, elephants, grazing animals, and mountain animals. You will see a lot of signs around warning "DANGER" or "Never get out of your car." There is also a petting zoo area, where you can walk and feed directly to animals, such as kangaroos and deer.

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5.02 months ago

Though types of animal are not that much but whichever they have are huge in number. Specially they have probably more than 30 Lions (I didn’t count though, but looking at those I feel they have more). Royal Bangle tiger was very fresh and new look. They come closer to you even. A really great place to be with your kids. Can get in with your own car. It’s pretty safe. Rangers are all around they guide animal away from driveways.

When you are there please don’t rush, go slow and enjoy the animal. If you are in your own car then you can’t feed the animal. But if you ride on the bus from park then you can get the chance to feed them. They have some rear animal on the walking part like red panda which we really like.

5.0a year ago

This was a wonderful experience. My kids, husband and I enjoyed the drive through the different zones. So far our best animal experience in Japan. My only complaint is the petting zoo. By the time we got there half of the items were closed down for about an hour to two hours, so we didn't get to enjoy that as much.

5.0a year ago

A very fun and enjoyable experience for the entire family. Highly recommended as a family outing. Had the opportunity to watch lions eat up close. Be sure to bring/wear jackets during a cold day as the entire safari experience is inside a caged truck. It can become quite chilly during a windy/cold day.

4.0a year ago

Recommended destination for spending a safe and quality day out with the family during this pandemic. You can stay inside the car for the whole tour inside safari park (about 50 minutes) and enjoy the cuteness of animals without lining up or being in a crowd as zoo. Even though this safari is not too wild and may not really matched to those who loves “adrenaline shocking” :D

2.02 months ago

The conditions in which the animals are being kept do not seem to be good; as others have written, many animals are in pretty bad shape. The elephants looked especially horrible and considering the very small space in which they (and the other animals) are living, it’s not surprising. Looks like a purely commercial operation with little regard for the animal welfare…
Considering the prices and the space that seems to be available, they could easily improve the situation if they would care.

I’m giving it two stars only because the rest (cleanliness etc) was good.

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