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Opened in 1951, this free zoo is home to over 1,400 animals of 100 different species in a 24 acre hillside park.
A one km walk ( although up the hill ) from the Sakuragicho train station, it is in the centre of Minatomirai. Exceeding...More
About 1km from Sakuragicho station, uphill walk as the zoo is located on the top of a hill. We caught a taxi from Yokohama harbour which cost 780yen as the weather was not very good. It's a city zoo which is quite small but it...More
This is a free zoo with not so many animal but still ok for me. One of most famous one here is red panda, they really cute but it depend on your luck cause sometime they're sleeping and you don't have much chance to see...More
We loved the zoo and it is totally for free. Really great is apart from the red pandas also the petting zoo!!
Only minus is the really small area that is there for the lion and the tiger, it made me a little bit sad.
It is rather small size zoo. But, for my 3 years old daughter, it is enough size to spend 3 hours with typical animals.
Be careful, it is after long slope. I walked up there from Sakuragicho station though, maybe, it is better to use...More
My husband and I enjoyed walking through this FREE zoo one day. If you are an animal rights fanatic, this is not the place for you. You really did have to overlook some of the conditions. With that said, it was a nice walk through...More
Not a major metropolitan zoo in any way, but quaint and cute. It was fun to watch the tykes and parent gather to watch the raccoon cage "show' and then watch the same type of people line up to enter the petting area where Guinea...More
A mid sized zoo that can be completed in about 1 hour although we were rushing before it close for the day in 45 minutes flat. It is relaxing just to see the animals lazing about but this zoo cannot compare to UENO ZOO in...More