Zoorasia

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The Yokohama Zoological Garden" "ZOORASIA" "opened in 1999 is a unique zoo that works with as few fences as possible so that visitors can observe the animals in an environment similar to their natural habitat. The zoo is therefore one of the zoological gardens of Japan with the greatest focus on animal husbandry as appropriate.

Notice

Reopened June 11th, though some facilities remain closed. Check the official website for details.

Overview

Address

1175-1 Kamishiranecho, Asahi Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 241-0001 (Directions)

Hours

9:30 - 16:30 Open Now

Opening Hours

Monday 9:30 - 16:30
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 9:30 - 16:30
Thursday 9:30 - 16:30
Friday 9:30 - 16:30
Saturday 9:30 - 16:30
Sunday 9:30 - 16:30
Holidays 9:30 - 16:30

General Amenities

  • Free guides/pamphlets
  • Information Counter
  • Free parking
  • Souvenir shop
  • Kids menu

Payment Method

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Pay by cash

Access

15-minute bus ride from Nakayama Station on JR Yokohama Line.

15-minute bus ride from Mitsukyo Station on Sotetsu Line.

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