I love caves. However, this cave has clearly had a lot of work done on it. There are several large chambers near or around interesting rock formations, and if you look closely, the rock wall is actually a coating over concrete. I found a patch where the plaster had fallen off, exposing concrete with little holes from tubes or tiny metal pipe- to provide structure for the concrete. The most interesting rock formations were behind chicken wire, so you can't get good pictures. Get two pamphlets, one in English and one in japanese, so that you can compare and figure out where you are. The English map has English names for everything, which is found nowhere in the caves, so if you don't know japanese, the map is meaningless.
The 'zoo' or birdhouse, whatever they call it, at the exit, would get the animal rights activists picketing outside if this were in the US. The area is famed for their long- tailed chickens, which have tails 4-5 feet long. They are kept, live, in tiny boxes, one area for their bodies, and one area for their tails. They literally can't move because there is nowhere for their tails to go. It made me sick.
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