There is a risk of an approach or direct hit in the Kanto Koshin area from the morning of September 8th (Fri) to the morning of September 9th (Sat).
As of the morning of the 8th, the Monkey Park is open as usual.
It has been raining since the morning, and there are occasional strong winds, but none of them are on a scale that will affect business operations.
However, if the rain becomes heavier or the strong wind continues, or other dangerous conditions arise, we may decide to close the park.
Jigokudani Monkey Park is a facility located in the mountains, near the riverbed of the Yokoyugawa River, which continues to the Chikuma River. If heavy rainfall continues, rivers may rise and flood the observation area.
*As a current forecast, it seems that we will be able to continue business as usual today on the 8th. There is concern that damage will occur after the 9th tomorrow.
The latest information about the park is always updated on the website and official SNS. Please check this information before visiting the park.
Jigokudani Monkey Park is a facility that is easily linked to natural disasters due to its rich natural environment. We appreciate your understanding of the characteristics of the facility.