Edogawa Natural Zoo
Edogawa-ku: Zoo
 
Edogawa Natural Zoo: Edogawa-ku
Edogawa-ku / Zoo
Open 10am-4:30pm (Sat, Sun from 9:30). Closed Mondays.
Free admission

Small animals like red pandas, prairie dogs, wallabies, penguins and anteaters make up most of the residents of this compact city-run zoo, with around thirty species of animals in all. The facility includes a popular petting-zoo corner where you can interact with friendly rabbits, guinea pigs, goats and sheep. (The petting zoo is open 10:00-11:45am and 1:15-3:00pm.)

Edogawa-ku, Kita-Kasai 3-2-1.
15 minutes from Nishi-Kasai Station (Tozai line); 20 minutes from Funabori Station (Toei Shinjuku line)
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