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Kaida Highland Kiso Horse Village

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资讯

Kaida Highland Kiso Horse Village (開田高原 木曽馬の里) is a stable of Kiso Horse located in Kiso Town, Nagano Prefecture. Kaida Highland is about 1,200m high from the sea level and very cool place even in summer. In this stable, there are 30 Kiso Horses. It's open for public and you can touch them free. There are horse riding experience, draft riding, wagon tour and sled riding at winter. Kaida Highland Horse Village is a great stable with surrounding nature. It will be great family activity with nature and animals.

Tourist Info.
There are parking and restroom.
Admission: Free.
Time: 8:30 to 16:30

Horse Riding: 10:00 to 12:00, 14:00 to 16:00
Draft Horse Riding:
- Short Course: 500 yen 2 min.
- Long Course: 1,000 yen 5 min.
Horse Riding: 1,500 yen 15 min.
All season. All weather.
Wagon: 500 yen~

Access
0. at Kiso-Fukushima Station.
1. there is a shuttle bus to Kaidakogen Visitor's center.
2. walk 5 min.

Note: Don't enter the track and inside of the fence. You can feed horses with grasses around the stable.

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旅游详情介绍

Kaida Highland Kiso Horse Village is located at the bottom of Mt. Ontake, Nagano prefecture. There are restaurant with Soba School and a Stable.

The stable has about 30 Kiso Horses. It offers horse riding, draft horse riding, wagon tour and sled tour in winter.

It is free to touch horses. When the weather is good, you can touch and feed horses.

Note: Don't enter the track and inside of the fence. You can feed horses with grasses around the stable.

Kiso Horse
Kiso Horse is the native Japanese Horse. They are short but very strong horse. Their average height is 133cm and has large stomach and powerful legs. They used to eat grasses at mountains. They had a very strong grass fibers. So, they developed long digstive organ. That's why they have large stomach. The land was sterile and they need to be this way.

Kiso Horse can travel hard rock mountains with heavy loads.

Kiso Horse Stable appears in the record of 530. Kiso Horse became very famous with the rise of Kiso Yoshinaka in 1180 at Genpei War.

During Sengoku and Edo period, Kiso Horse was popular for the horse of Samurai.

Official Web: http://www.kis.janis.or.jp/~kiso_uma/

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