Fox Village in Zao Japan! 蔵王きつね村・kitsune mura

Fox Village in Zao Japan!  蔵王きつね村・kitsune mura


Keep backing up. That’s exactly what she asked
you not to do. His legs are so long, and his tail is so fluffy! Today we’re at Fox Village! It’s a gorilla! It’s like gorilla village. It’s a village slash zoo for foxes that you can go inside and play with more than
200 foxes for only 1,000 yen. Can I touch it? I can’t even believe a place like this really
exists. It was even better than I thought it was going to be. How excited are you on a scale of 1 to 10? 36! How about you? 5,000! Oh my god. 10/10 When you first enter, you’ll be in an area
with cages where there are newly born baby foxes who are being taken care of by their
mamas. There’s a fox hospital in this area, and if you want to, you can hold a fox here! Once the babies separate from their mom they join in one of these big adolescent pens where you can watch them running back and forth and playing with each other, or sleeping in the most adorable giant fox ball EVER. That is literally a pile of foxes. I can’t
even count how many there are there. And then, finally, they’ve graduated to the
main fox village, which is an open area of more than 18,000 square feet filled with fox
houses, a fox hotel street- It’s like a cat tower, but a fox tower. -a fox shrine, a fox feeding platform- How did that one get in? It got in when I was getting out. Oh.
Now it doesn’t want to come out. “Please don’t let the foxes in.”
I know. Come here… He’s just excited to be in there because they’re not normally allowed in there, I guess. Here foxy! Yay! We saved the day. -and plenty of nooks and crannies for the
foxes to enjoy playing around in, exploring, and digging fox holes. The foxes were all really well-behaved. They
seemed almost like they were half-cat/half-dog. They were all born and raised here, so that
might explain some of it, but they were even more domesticated than I would have expected. You can buy treats for them, which come in plastic bags, and as soon as they realize
you have treats, they will follow you everywhere. Oh. I just made a noise with the food. He
noticed. Hi. Sorry for tricking you. I’m not allowed to feed you here. I’m sorry! And if you don’t go feed them quickly enough,
some of them get kind of grabby. He’s vicious! Come on, no no! Come on, ow, ow, he’s gonna kill me! He’s like strangling me. They did this thing a lot where they open
their mouths and squeal at each other, which we assumed was a show of dominance, but I’m
not a fox scholar so I can’t say for sure. Which one won? You? Apparently if you don’t lock down your belongings
carefully enough, they’ll run off with your stuff and try to bury it. He’s trying to steal it and run off with it. You’re so chubby. Oh, the lens cap… Awww. So be careful, and make sure they don’t
get a hold of anything they can choke on. And can we talk about the noises they make,
because it’s so adorable it’s killing me. What does the fox say? They’re very quiet. Nevermind. They’re not. Not at all. They mostly seemed chubby and happy so it
was a really fun place to visit. All in all I highly recommend this place. Thank you for watching, and I hope you guys can all visit fox village one day, too. Up until now I was like, I don’t really care about foxes. But now I’m gonna walk out of here a changed man.

39 thoughts on “Fox Village in Zao Japan! 蔵王きつね村・kitsune mura

  1. Il sont maigre les renard sérieux je vie dans la campagne je voie pas mal de renard et il sont plus gros que eux j'en suis sûr qu'il sont en sous alimentation et il encore plus sale que les miens qui vivent dans la nature pfff

  2. Ok, I have a new dream. Go into animal care studies, learn japanese, move to japan, and work at this Fox village. Wish me luck!

  3. いやああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ可゛愛゛い゛ぃ゛い゛

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