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Inokashira Park Zoo 井の頭自然文化園 Zoos / Kichijoji

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Located in a quiet and distinctive suburb of Tokyo, Inokashira Park Zoo exhibits a variety of Japanese species as well as an Asiatic elephant and tropical birds. It contributes to conservation and breeding of Japanese squirrels, mandarin ducks, and swans.

Categories Zoos , Parks & Nature
Nearest Station Kichijoji
Address 1-17-6 Gotenyama, Musashino-shi, Tokyo
Telephone 0422-46-1100
Home Page (Available in English)
Business Hours 9:30am-5:00pm (tickets sold until 4:00pm); Closed Mon (closed on Tuesday if Monday is a public holiday)
Price Admission: Adults (16-64years): 400yen, Seniors (65+): 200yen, Students (13-15): 150yen, Children (0-12):Free

2 Reviews for Inokashira Park Zoo

  • Inokashira Park Zoo
  • (2008-12-26)
  • The San Diego Zoo it certainly is not. But it is still a fun thing to see inside Inokashira Park. The animals are smaller and there aren't that many varieties, nor are there large numbers of any variety. The aviary has quite a few interesting varieties of winged critters, but that's about it. It's not a depressing zoo, but it really isn't worth going out of your way for, either.

  • Inokashira Park Zoo
  • (2008-03-16)
  • When the mascot of a zoo is a squirrel, you can't expect a whole lot from it. The main attractions at this zoo were squirrels, raccoons, deer, foxes, and ducks. Yes, there was one elephant and some snow monkeys, but honestly, it was mostly animals from my backyard in the US. Now, I'm not saying the zoo wasn't tons of fun walking around, we were giggling the whole time. And I admit that the s... Read More
  • Yuzawaya
  • Shopping-Others
  • ( Kichijoji )
Daiso: Seiyu Kichijoji
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