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Tokyo Tama Zoological Park東京都 多摩動物公園


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This zoo opened in 1958 and is one of the largest zoos in the country with approximately 320 species of animals kept on its expansive premises. A characteristic of the zoo is its spacious exhibits that make use of the area’s abundant nature. It is famous for its Sky Walk, a 150-meter rope set up high for orangutans to cross over. The park is divided up into four zones, the Asian Zone, African Zone, Australia Zone, and Insectarium, which are all connected by a shuttle bus. The closest station is Tama-dobutsukoen Station.


Tokyo Hinoshi Hodokubo 7-1-1 (Tachikawa / Kunitachi / ChofuArea)

phone 0425911611

9:30-17:00 (Admission until 16:00)

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Reviewed:2017/12/02 평균적인 핫도그와 음료
동물원 안의 음식은 왜 다들 맛이 별로 없는지....아쉽네요.

타마동물원 입구에서 들어가서 왼쪽에 기념품 판매점 옆에 있습니다. 약간 반지하 형식입니다.

메뉴는 다양하지는 않고 식사보다 간단한 패스트푸드 정도 입니다.

핫도그와 커피, 음료, 아이스크림 ... 동물원 안에서 먹을 수 있는 몇개 없는 식당이라서 아쉬울때 이용하셔도 될 듯 합니다.
Reviewed:2017/04/23 広い園内を回った後一休み
Reviewed:2016/10/25 気楽なお店

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Tokyo Hinoshi Hodokubo 7-1-1 [ map ]
Tachikawa / Kunitachi / ChofuArea
9:30-17:00 (Admission until 16:00)
Wednesday (may be Open, The day following if it falls on a public holiday), New Year's Holiday
[Admission fee] General600yen, Junior High School Students200yen, Over 65300yen, Elementary school age students and underFree
Green Sunday, Opening Anniversary Sunday, Tokyo Citizen's Sunday Free
Parking Lot
Not available (The parking lot uses the Charge parking lot around the garden)
Credit Card
Not available

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