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  • whispersiren

    Jigokudani Monkey Park - Japanese spa Snow Monkeys where the wild monkeys sit in the hotsprings in winter.

  • Trina Yeo-Hallock

    Jigokudani Monkey Park is a famous hot spring area near Nagano, Japan. It is famous for its large population of wild Snow Monkeys that go to the valley during the winter when snow covers the park. The monkeys descend from the steep cliffs and forest to sit in the warm waters of the onsen (hot springs), and return to the security of the forests in the evenings.

  • Ann Simeoli

    Jigokudani Monkey Park, (Nagano, Japan) where the Japanese Snow Monkeys sit in the hotsprings in winter. MONKEYS IN HOT TUBS!!!

  • Leah A

    interested, but kinda scared....Jigokudani Monkey Park (Jigokudani Yaen-koen) is in Yamanouchi, Shimotakai District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. It has been loved by many people all over the world since 1964. It is a place where the interesting life of Japanese Macaque can be observed closely, and is known for the Monkey’s hot springs (Onsen).

  • Remi Kalisz

    Jigokudani hotspring in Nagano Japan | Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata). Jigokudani Hot Spring, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Monkeys taking a bath in those springs are famous. Image taken in February 14, 2005.

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