5 Zoo You Need To Visit In Japan!

KiaraNews.com - It's Almost Weekends and I guess you guys are still confused where to spend your vacation time right? Well, if you are currently in Japan maybe you can try visiting several zoos with a variety of Animals, Starting from cute animals like Red Panda to scary ones like Tiger. If you are interested, you can read some of the recommendations below!

1. Kanagawa (Nogeyama Zoo)

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Short drive from Tokyo, It close to the bustling Minato Mirai region of Yokohama, Nogeyama Zoo gives a unique trip to nature that individuals slightest anticipate. You won't pay any Entrace Fee, it's free!! There are more than 90 creature species to see but the main start in Nogeyama Zoo is the adorable Red panda, With it's cute small Body and running like a racoon. The zoo moreover features a huge cultivate, counting bushes pruned into creatures, and is also open at Night in Summer Time. http://www.hama-midorinokyokai.or.jp/zoo/nogeyama/

2. Hokkaido (Sapporo Maruyama Zoo)

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Near the center of Sapporo, Maruyama Zoo is the Primary and the Best Zoo on Japan's, Located on northernmost island, Hokkaido. It's home for more than 1,000 diverse creatures from approximately 150 species, Like a tropical birdhouse, Japanese Monkey, Bear and you can also enjoy local food while enjoying various creatures here, the last one you can also enjoy winter encounters amid Sapporo's celebrated Snow Celebration! https://www.city.sapporo.jp/zoo/english/index.html

3. Kanagawa (Zoorasia)

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It's Another Zoo based in Yokohama, Kanagawa. Zoorasia build near Nogeyama which they construct own offices with as few wall as conceivable to permit guests to see the unique creatures in an Environment comparative to their habitat territory. The zoo is separated into zones separated by climate, and is additionally domestic to the Yokohama City Breeding Center, which is devoted rare animals conservation. http://www.hama-midorinokyokai.or.jp/zoo/zoorasia/

4. Oita (African Safari)

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African Safari is a replica of the existing African Savanna which is home to various Fauna and Flora found on the southwestern Japanese island of Kyushu. Much like the safaris mentioned earlier, they can be reached by private vehicle or Public transportation, and give visitors the opportunity to watch the creatures in their free living space - and do support them! They have a wide variety of creatures, from girraffes and cheetahs to lions and elephant. http://www.africansafari.co.jp/english/

5. Wakayama (Wakayama Adventure Park)

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Wakayama Adventure Park can be called a Mega Park because it combines Safari, aquarium and Amusement Park into one place. Wakayama Safaris gives visitors a chance to see creatures in the wild, the aquarium has a variety of Fish or Mamals to offer, and there are horse riding offices for everything from horses to elephants and even roller coasters! Like the other entries on the list, this Mega Park allows for an evening outing in the summer, which can be a wonderful opportunity to see the Animals at night. https://www.aws-s.com/index.php/english/index.php

Pack Your Things and go to some of the zoos that I recommended above, Enjoy your time by enjoying a variety of unique new experiences to see various Flora & Fauna in Japan and of course enjoy local dishes or other entertainment while on vacation, although so don't forget your Health, especially with the current COVID-19, Always use a Mask & Shield Mask, Bring Santizier's Hand, Social Distancing and Wash Your Hands. I hope you can enjoy your Weekend, Stay Safe and Happy Holidays!

5 Zoo You Need To Visit In Japan! 5 Zoo You Need To Visit In Japan! Reviewed by Kiara on March 03, 2021 Rating: 5

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