Saiko Wild Bird's Park

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This park, surrounded by the Aokigahara sea of trees, is a home to about 60 species of wild birds, including the Varied Tit, the Meadow Bunting, and the Japanese White-eye. The ocean-of-trees' gallery within the park has an exhibit section with documents and photographs of animals in the area, and a bird-watching room equipped with telescopes.The craft workshop also offers the pleasure of making things by hand to you and your family. Bird feeders are placed throughout the park, so you can watch the birds rest their wings. In the winter, you can enjoy the frosted trees festival. Forest bathing in the park full of wild birds and flowers is an irreplaceable experience. How about spending some time getting close to nature here?

Venue Address

401-0332 2068 Saiko, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minami-tsuru-gun

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