Yokohama Zoo Zoorasia4.3
In this zoological garden in the suburbs of Yokohama, you can see animals in an environment similar to their natural habitats. The zoo was opened in 1999 under the themes of "Symbiosis of Life" and "Harmony with Nature" and uses mostly moats, instead of fences or walls, to divide the animals and the viewers.
The animal exhibitions are divided into seven different climate zones - Subarctic Forest, Central Asian Highland, Asian Tropical Forest, Oceanian Grassland, Amazon Jungle, African Tropical Rain Forest, and Japanese Countryside. The zoo exhibits such rare animals as okapi, proboscis monkey, Tsushima cat, Indian lion, kagu and a various types of tapirs. The zoo has a breeding center for the purpose of researching and preserving rare species.
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4.03 weeks ago
Its big and one the best zoo. Entry fee is cheap and parking charge is also reasonable. Lots of activities here and its big…can spend the whole day easily.
4.03 months ago
This is a large zoo, so expect to have to walk quite far to see everything. Based outside of town it is spacious and has several play areas for children. Being out of town though we found it a little harder to get to as the local bus stop didn't have much English available. A nice zoo though.
4.0a week ago
It's a very nice zoo with a lot of animals altho some animals are just all alone in their cages :(
It's very big tho so it's advisable to go early in the morning especially since most of their special shows are slotted from 11am-3am.
4.04 months ago
We went to the last night of night zoo. Would have been better if they had more lights on the paths. Some stretches were pitch black.would recommend going during the day.
5.05 months ago
Zoorasia (ズーラシア) is one of Japan's newest, largest and best kept zoos. The zoo was established in 1999, and since then has been operating under the themes of "Symbiosis of Life" and "Harmony with Nature". The animals are generally kept in spacious areas that mimic their natural habitat to a degree that is not usually seen in Japanese zoos.