Inokashira Park Zoo, Musashino

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Take a family trip to Inokashira Park Zoo to enjoy interacting and observing a host of creatures. Familiar yourself with some of the country's indigenous species, including Japanese squirrels and Mandarin ducks, as well as more international creatures, like the rare and endangered Amur leopard. Plenty of onsite amenities, including snacks and refreshments, add convenience to the fun. Use our Musashino tour planner to visit Inokashira Park Zoo on your trip to Musashino, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • September 23, 2017
    JR or Keisei from King line Kichijoji Station-10 minute walk. Great big pond with filled so far. I read in a magazine that a small squirrel, always wanted to go back to childhood, enjoyed (* be [' *) in a space surrounded by networks of squirrels are smaller than imagined, but squirrels lived well. Hives are placed on top and the ground near where some were. Was supposed to resemble a small river water and feeling good. Wildcats, badgers, raccoons, raccoon, Fox, marten, was often raised a familiar animal for humans, such as deer, capybara. Many of the large ears that Fennec's popular small Fox even NAP with several sewashinaku around, were out to intimidate. Primarily nocturnal. There were pigs, goats, rabbits and peacocks, owls, pigeons and other birds. Guinea pig was also touching. I envy and Camellia garden dotted with sculptures in the Park, Kichijoji Temple around the stroll come such a marvelous place, partly because I thought! Once, to get out and walk a little laboratory of evaluation of aquatic products, we also recommend! Many types of duck, Red-crowned cranes and ibises waterfowl area is new and interesting. End of it do if a large pond and Aquarium, had introduced environmental initiatives. Look they are little Grebe were very friendly though. Lively was chorus many times, is the world's smallest duck in front of the exit is memorable.
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  • September 11, 2017
    Located about 15 minutes ' walk from mitaka station. "Round up and path ' we got in free. There were a lot of families. Where were the elephant died Hanako on the teeth and the size surprised. In addition, Kitamura West wanted his sculpture Museum also 〇
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  • August 14, 2017
    So I came to Inokashira Park, the long-awaited, as this was already closed when I arrived at the gate. Next time.
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  • June 10, 2017
    Very peaceful and serene atmosphere. Well connected by public transport. Trendy neighborhood shops and earning places.
  • May 31, 2017
    nice place to take a break in "crazy" Tokyo, having a large pond, before that there a ghibli museum, even it have a small zoo! many sites you can enjoy with your whole family or yourself to visit here!
  • February 26, 2017
    A very nice Park with a large pond. It's a serene experience to walk through, but you are definitely not isolated. There are many others enjoying the walkways and bridges as well. Well worth passing through if you are in the area.
  • April 3, 2017
    Great place to take the kids for a walk. Paddle boats on the lake, food and drinks. Can be very busy during cherry blossom season though, but a relaxing place still all year round.
  • April 7, 2017
    Loved it.. I don't know what it is, but I feel very relaxed walking around this park. The cherry blossoms makes it even better.

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