Visited this zoo in March 2019. Just a few minutes walk from Dobutsuen-Mae station. It is quite a small zoo, but well maintained. Good for a short visit and entrance is free for holders of the Osaka...
Worst zoo ever. I know zoos aren’t the best place but this was just upsetting, run down cages and far too small for the animals , poor polar bear and penguins having to adapt to Japanese weather (it w...
This is the only zoo that I've seen that is very well maintained. The zoo is very clean. If you have Osaka Amazing Pass you get the entrance fee for free. It's my first time to see a white polar bear ...
Tennoji Zoo is an urban zoo that opened its third zoo in Japan.
Now, there are about 230 species of 930 animals in an 11-hectare park. The zoo reproduces the habitat environment as much as possible, and also introduces the animal display activities to introduce the animals that live here. In the same area, you can observe the elephants in the Asian rainforest, the giraffes such as giraffes/zebras living in the African savanna, and the carnivores such as lions/spotted hyenas, and become an immersive display. There is also a casino as a resting place, a facility for environmental education venues, and an oasis in the center of the city. It is very lively.
It is the best zoo I have seen so far. The entire park makes full use of the limited space, there are many kinds of animals, and it is especially humanized! It is the third-ranked zoo in Japan, occupying at least half of the area of Tennoji Park. There are about 200 species and more than 1,000 animals in the park. They are quiet in the space of their own life, but the expression reflects freedom... The most cute thing is the polar bear. It swims in the water, plays, and then sneaks for a long time, and then suddenly emerges from the water. Come, climb the shore and pull out countless drops of water.
As it was going to Tongtian Pavilion, the Tianwang Temple Zoo was in front of the Tongtian Pavilion, so I went by.
The zoo is said to have about 200 species of 900 animals. But I actually went, I don't think so much, and I think this zoo is a little mini. If you go by, you can still go there. There is no need to go straight here. However, the sanitation in the park is still very good, very clean, the air is also very good, and there is no strong animal smell. Leaning on the bench, enjoying the scenery is a good choice
Japanese vending machines are really developed, there are all the streets and alleys, I think the automatic sale of ice cream is also very good. The service in Japan is really 24 hours a day.
I don't know why the male toilet is represented by a lion, while the female toilet is represented by a wolf.
With a vouchers, you can enter for free. The small zoo has been around for nearly a hundred years. The overall design feels like a few years. This time I look at the koalas. The results have been staying on the tree and I can't see clearly.
Consider the characteristics of children in the design of fun and exhibition areas. You can also learn some common sense about animals while you are enjoying a pleasant visit. Some small listings are quite interesting. Pay attention to feeding time while playing, and the interaction between animals and breeders is also very interesting.
Tennoji Zoo is located on the west of Tennoji Park in the south of Osaka. The park is home to a variety of animals, including koalas, raccoons, elephants, and the only kiwi in Japan. In order to promote better understanding of animals' natural habitats and their relationship with the natural environment, as well as awareness of the need for environmental protection, the zoo added a reptile house in 1995. Overall, this is a great place for families to visit.