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7 Tama Zoological Park


Oriental white stork & Japanese dormouse

©Tokyo Zoological Park Society

Tama Zoological Park, one hour from central Tokyo by train, is a unique zoological park, where animals are displayed under naturalistic and spectacular habitats set up in its vast land of 52 ha (129 acres). The zoo has three ecological areas, i.e., the Asiatic Garden, African Garden and Australian Garden, and the Insectarium.

The zoo has 13 species of Natural Monuments and Special Natural Monuments.

Natural Monument : Steller's sea eagle, Red-headed wood pigeon, white-tailed eagle, Branta bernicla, golden eagle,bean goose,greater white-fronted goose, Japanese dormouse,Japanese wood pigeon

Special Natural Monument : red-crowned crane, oriental white stork, long-tailed cock, Japanese serow

Opening times

Date :
Year-round (closed : every Wednesday (closes Thursday if Wednesday is a public holiday) and from December 29 through January 1.
Time :
9:30-17:00 (tickets sold until 16:00)
Adults (16-64) 600 yen, Seniors (65+) 300 yen, Students (13-15) 200 yen, Children (0-12) Free
Information of free or discounted of charge is available on the homepage.
Access & Required Time
1-min walk from Keio Line/Tama Monorail Tama Dobutsu Koen Station ("Tama Dobutsu Koen" means "Tama Zoological Park".)
For taking care of animal health requirements, some kind of animals are sometimes not exhibited.