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Tama Zoo park 多摩動物公園 Zoos / Tachikawa

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Tama Zoo aims to display its animals in natural looking settings and large enclosures. It's a large park, divided into three areas: the Asiatic Garden, African Garden and Australian Garden, with an insectarium and butterfly conservatory as well.

Categories Zoos
Nearest Station Tama Dobutsu Koen
Address 7-1-1 Hodokubo, Hino-shi, Tokyo
Telephone 042-591-1611
Home Page http://www.tokyo-zoo.net (Available in English)
Business Hours 9:30am-5:00pm (tickets sold until 4:00pm), closed Wednesday (or Thursday if Wednesday is a public holiday)
Price Admission: Adults (16-64): 600yen, Seniors (65+): 300yen, Teenss (13-15): 200yen, Children (0-12):Free
Credit Cards Yes

3 Reviews for Tama Zoo park


zaou
  • Tama Zoo park
  • (2008-10-27)
  • This zoo has so many animals and a great opportunity to really get up and close, smell them, and take pictures. There is free entry to the place on Tokyo Citizen's day (already passed for Oct 1, 2008) and on the zoo's anniversary on May 5th. Greenery day too on May 4th. When you first enter, there is the gift/souvenir shop on the left (most people hit this up when the park closes and most of th... Read More

Vintaro
  • Amazing afternoon at Tama Zoo
  • (2008-05-31)
  • Thanks to Ryan's review (I never knew about Tama Zoo until I found it on Sunnypages!), I brought my nearly-three-year-old son out to Tama Zoo on a sunny Tuesday afternoon in late May. We had a fantastic time. We arrived after 1pm due to our late start and over one-hour ride on multiple trains. As we entered, hundreds of yellow-capped school kids were leaving after their field trip. As the crowds... Read More

Ryan
  • Tama Zoo park
  • (2007-10-01)
  • Lions, Tigers, and Bears Oh my, and more? A short train ride outside of Tokyo lies a vast and spacious zoo that has so many interesting and adorable animals. This zoo is different from others because of how close you can get to a lot of the animals. My favorite part was the lion pit. It is a large enclosure that in which you can take the "Lion Bus" through. The lion bus goes through the pit and ge... Read More
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