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Tama Zoological Park

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Tama Zoological Park

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7-1-1 Hodokubo, Hino 191-0042 Tokyo Prefecture
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Small-Group Walking Tour with Udon Cooking Class in Hino
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Small-Group Walking Tour with Udon Cooking Class in Hino

After picking up from the meeting place at Hino Station, we will head to Hosenji (Zenji) while walking, introducing ourselves and talking about Hino City. Inside, you can tour the garden while enjoying the atmosphere of a local Zen temple. The photo is okay. Next, we will walk to Yasaka Shrine while, and then I will introduce a little about the shrine's manners inside. After that, head to Honjin and go sightseeing inside, you can see the rooms, gardens, and daily necessities that the old samurai of the Edo period used to spend. After that, we will go to the, the handmade udon shop we experience, and actually experience and enjoy the meal. <br>I want you to feel and enjoy all of our experience resources of making traditional Japanese food in a private space, not just a cooking class.<br>Participants will be pleased with the face-to-face experience.<br> If you can make your own original noodles at this shop, it will be one of the world's flour arts.
$65.76 per adult
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chicka b wrote a review Mar 2020
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Please help baby chimp Plum she needs some physical and mental rehabilitation. She is underdeveloped at her age. The hair on her stomach is worn off . And she is going to be very ill if something isn’t done soon. Her mother Peach lacks mothering skills for sure. Please step In And help save her life. Thank you
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Date of experience: February 2020
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EgyptAndSummer wrote a review Oct 2019
Antwerp, Belgium1,095 contributions129 helpful votes
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If you’re visiting from Tokyo, leave early. It takes a while to get there. There was a bit of construction going on at the lion exhibit. Bring enough water and snacks. The tigers were playful.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Kim N wrote a review Mar 2019
Hanoi, Vietnam6 contributions
Peaceful zoo to relax, kids are interested all sightseeing. Free bus around the zoo provided which is so convenient.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Global298183 wrote a review Sep 2018
Singapore, Singapore24 contributions4 helpful votes
Not recommended, total disappointment. Fancy toilets, retail shops & picnic areas at the expense of animal welfare. Disgusting. Utterly miserable & depressing seeing majestic animals in tight, poorly laid out enclosures that lack enrichment. The Asian Elephant habitat was horrible, two elephants in a narrow concrete space with a big solid metal bar cage at one end, nothing to play with & only enough room to walk in a straight line back/forth. Also saw one lonely rhino in a small rectangular pen with a single tree in the middle, basically its supposed to just walk in circles all day, so sad. Lions enclosure is another sad case just two skinny male lions in a pit. So many of the animals lack room to roam & looked miserable, worse than being in prison. Although the African enclosure was undergoing renovation, it is no excuse for the substandard living conditions of the existing non-African exhibits. The park is huge but lacks effective space planning. Space is wasted on too many fancy toilets, food kiosks & picnic areas when there's not even sufficient visitors to use all of them, most were empty. So unnecessary. There's practically a toilet & picnic area at every turn while animals are cramped in lousy quarters. We also noticed several plots of unused land within the park that could have been better allocated to the animals. Not friendly for wheelchair or people with disabilities due to many uphill, winding paths. Park has great potential but fails to deliver. Poor use of a large space. Priority should be given to improving the quality of life & habitats for the animals in captivity. This is supposed to be a zoological park, instead of a commode park.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Chiokp wrote a review Sep 2018
Tokyo52 contributions31 helpful votes
We enjoyed a lot the visit. They have a lot places to stop after small walk then you can rest, drink something, use the toilet or refresh or get warm depende of the weather. All the cafes are kids and baby’s friendly. The employees are so warm with everybody, they have a special shuttle , check the ways and availability. It is important check the routes and plan your visit if you come with kids to stop, you can rent strollers. The hills are very high in some areas, it is tired for the kids. Also I front of the zoo there is one playground with cafe service.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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