Fuji Safari Park4.3
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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Airport/Sta.Shizuoka Airport (about 77.1km) Google Transit
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5.0a week ago
Excellent place to take your family! Driving right beside the animals was so much fun! Our 3 yr old loved being so close to the animals in the car. Then you get out and can walk around the rest of the zoo. Bring lots of 100¥ coins because there is a lot of small animals to feed.
5.0a week ago
Although is hard to get there, but it's worth it. Lots of animals to see in close distance. Must try the Safari bus which can feed lions and bears. Tons of animals to pet at other area. Is easily to spend 4-5 hours in the park. Great Mt. Fuji view too.
5.0in the last week
Wow..!! Nature and natural beauty at it’s best..!! 🌳
Great combination of nature, greenery, wild animals and Mt. Fuji 🗻 in background.
You can visit this place with your own vehicle, rented vehicle or vehicle provided by Park Organisation provided you have to book it in advanced or at the time of visit.
Recommendation is to visit this park on a sunny day to get perfect experience!!
3.0a week ago
This was an enjoyable experience for everyone in the family. You can just drive through or you can park and go through the walking area as well. Feeding the smaller animals was really fun. I worry that the animals are stressed and don't have adequate room to roam.
4.0a month ago
The first Japanese zoo I've been to where the animals don't look like they want to kill themselves. Did the walking tour which is both cheap and quite exciting. It's a bit sad to see soo many people looking at sleeping animals from like 500 meters through a thick barb wire fence though... Maybe it's worth taking a real safari trip after all