Yokohama Zoological Gardens Zoorasia

Zoorasia is a zoological park that allows its wildlife to roam around freely in wide spaces using as little fences and cages as possible so that you can view the animals in an environment similar to their natural habitat. The park is divided into 8 different climate zones including, Asian Tropical Forest, Subarctic Forest, African Tropical Forest, African Savannah, Oceania Grassland, Central Asian Highlands, Japanese Countryside, and Amazon Jungle. This unique kind of display featuring animals in their respective habitats is a special method rarely found around the world. Here you can also meet okapi which are considered one of the four rare large animals of the world.

Address
1175-1 Kamishirane-cho, Asahi, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Contact No.
+81-45-959-1000
Access
Short walk from the last stop after a 15 minute bus ride bound for Zoorasia from Tsurugamine Station and Mitsukyo Station on the Sotetsu Line, and the Nakayama Station on the JR and Municipal Subway Lines.
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:30 – 16:30
Closed on Tuesdays
Official Website
http://www2.zoorasia.org/
Time Required
2.5 hours
Admission fee
Admission: Adults 800 yen, high school students 300 yen, junior high school students 200 yen, elementary school students 200 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

African Savannah

In the African Savannah Zone, you can view both carnivores and herbivores like lions, cheetahs, giraffes, and zebras as if they were all roaming around together in their natural grassland environment.

One of the World’s four large rare animals, the okapi

The popular okapi in Zoorasia are considered one of the World’s four large rare animals and is registered as an official endangered species. The okapi, native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is related to the giraffe and is known for its characteristic striped rear. Zoorasia has actually had success in breeding the rare okapi.

Source:pixta

Sumatran Tiger

Sumatran tigers, which are believed to be on the verge of extinction, can also be found in Zoorasia. The whole world is crying for the preservation of the Sumatran tiger, which Zoorasia has actually had success in breeding. In this park you can see mother and cub Sumatran tigers living together.

Source:pixta

Corner to interact hands-on with the animals

Zoorasia also has a corner that allows you to interact hands-on with many of the animals in the park. Many exciting events are on display including camel rides that allow you to ride on a camel’s back and bird shows where you can see various birds take flight from right up close.

Source:flickr

Yokohama Zoological Gardens Zoorasia

Zoorasia is a zoological park that allows its wildlife to roam around freely in wide spaces using as little fences and cages as possible so that you can view the animals in an environment similar to their natural habitat. The park is divided into 8 different climate zones including, Asian Tropical Forest, Subarctic Forest, African Tropical Forest, African Savannah, Oceania Grassland, Central Asian Highlands, Japanese Countryside, and Amazon Jungle. This unique kind of display featuring animals in their respective habitats is a special method rarely found around the world. Here you can also meet okapi which are considered one of the four rare large animals of the world.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

African Savannah

In the African Savannah Zone, you can view both carnivores and herbivores like lions, cheetahs, giraffes, and zebras as if they were all roaming around together in their natural grassland environment.

One of the World’s four large rare animals, the okapi

The popular okapi in Zoorasia are considered one of the World’s four large rare animals and is registered as an official endangered species. The okapi, native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is related to the giraffe and is known for its characteristic striped rear. Zoorasia has actually had success in breeding the rare okapi.

Source:pixta

Sumatran Tiger

Sumatran tigers, which are believed to be on the verge of extinction, can also be found in Zoorasia. The whole world is crying for the preservation of the Sumatran tiger, which Zoorasia has actually had success in breeding. In this park you can see mother and cub Sumatran tigers living together.

Source:pixta

Corner to interact hands-on with the animals

Zoorasia also has a corner that allows you to interact hands-on with many of the animals in the park. Many exciting events are on display including camel rides that allow you to ride on a camel’s back and bird shows where you can see various birds take flight from right up close.

Source:flickr