Zoos are often used as an alternative tourist destination while on vacation. Besides being able to see various types of fauna, you will also get new knowledge if you visit there.
One country that has cute animal species is Japan. In addition, the Japanese zoo also accommodates various types of rare animals that are almost extinct.
Well, here are 5 zoos in Japan that you can add to your list of tourist destinations. Come on, see the following reviews.
- Wakayama Adventure World
Wakayama Adventure World is often called a ‘mega park’ because this zoo combines an aquarium, a safari park, and an amusement park in the same area.
If you visit Wakayama Adventure World during the summer, they also offer night excursions, you know. So you can see various nocturnal animal activities at night. Wow, interesting isn’t it?
- Asahiyama Zoo
Asahiyama Zoo is a zoo located in Hokkaido. The zoo also has an interactive environment to see various kinds of animals. Such as Totori’s Village which is a giant cage where birds are free, a penguin aquarium, and also an orangutan cage.
Uniquely, in winter, they will take the penguins for a walk around the Asahiyama Zoo.
- African Safari
African Safari is located in the city of USA, Japan. Like safaris in general, here they provide tour buses for visitors who want to get around. Not only that at African Safari, but visitors can also feed these animals, you know.
- Tama Zoological Park
Tama Zoological Park Zoo is located in Tokyo, which is located in Hino.
Tama Zoological Park is divided into three areas based on different regional habitats. Such as the parks of Asia, Africa, and Australia. Not only that, but they also have an insectarium which includes a butterfly house, you know.
- Tobe Zoological Park
Located in Ehime Prefecture on Shikoku Island, Tobe Zoological Park is home to 765 animals with more than 150 species. The most popular animal in Tobe Zoological Park is a polar bear named Peace.
Not only that, if you go to Tobe Zoological Park, you can also see the activities and life of Peace, you know. Fun, isn’t it?
Well, those are 5 zoos in Japan that can be included in your list of tourist destinations. Don’t forget to share it with your friends too.