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Fukuchiyama City Zoo福知山市動物園

Zoo

Fukuchiyama City Zoo is the only zoo in Northern Kinki and Sanin. There is a large pond nearby, and it's known for letting you get close to the animals. Their Japanese macaques are a favorite, and you can see them in their natural social groups at the facility's Monkey Island.

place

Kyoto Fukuchiyamashi Izaki 377-1 (Kameoka / Miyama / FukuchiyamaArea)

phone 0773234497
place

9:00-17:00 (Entry hours until 16:30)

Review of Fukuchiyama City Zoo

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2014/07/27 Good for small town
Nothing spectacular but ok for such a small town. There are couple of new facilities for the animals but generally very old. Very nice people working there so you feel welcomed. Kids liked it that's...
Reviewed:2018/10/30 小さな動物園です。
はじめて訪れましたが、
小さな動物園です。
京都で、こんな小さなかわいい動物園があるなんて、新鮮でしたね〜
Reviewed:2018/07/21 独特な雰囲気
小さく、ボロボロな動物園で飼育されている動物も地味です。ただ、それが大きな動物園と違って妙な味を生んでいる気がします。今はどうか分かりませんが、テナガザルと触れ合えたり、リクガメが園内を闊歩してたりなかなか面白いですよ。

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Address
Kyoto Fukuchiyamashi Izaki 377-1 [ map ]
Area
Kameoka / Miyama / FukuchiyamaArea
Phone
0773234497
Hours
9:00-17:00 (Entry hours until 16:30)
Closed
Wednesday (The next day in the case of Public holiday), 12/28-1/1
Fees
[Admission fee] Adults 210 yen, 4 years old-Junior High School Students 100 yenen [group discount] 30 or more people 1 discount
[people with disabilities] Adults 100 yen, 4 years old-Junior High School Students 50 yen y ※ up to one person and their carers
(Please show us at the reception desk of disabled person etc)
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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