The feeding site for the last wild Toki, Japanese crested ibis, in Japan
A rapport of Mr Kintaro Uji and a wild Toki
A wild bird flied down in Nishimikawa in 1967. Mr Kintaro Uji, Toki observer, carefully observed and kept calling out to the bird, and eventually, succeeded in feeding it. The Toki, later taken into protective care, was named Kin after Mr Kintaro Uji, and ended its life of thirty-six years at Sado Toki Conservation Center. The monument was built in memory of Mr Uji, who successfully fed wild Toki, and Kin, the last wild Toki.
- Toki (Japanese crested ibises)
- Nishimikawa, Sado, Niigata 952-0434
- Transport Access
- Ogi Port Approx 20 by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Tagirisu（Ogi Line） Approx. 15 minutes on foot from bus stop
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